2013 Ford Escape Titanium Walkaround, Review, and Test Drive

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  1. I miss my Ford Escape 2013 Titanium. I got into a terrible accident just a few days ago and now it's been totalled. It serves me very well while I had it and it protected me during the accident. Only got two bruises and slightly hurt my wrist. I will forever miss you, my love. 🙁

  2. Bought my wife a used one in very good condition. Those 19 inch wheels really fuck the car up! It was almost painful to drive. Unfortunately someone total her car while parked late one night. She loved this car so much we found another one with 17 or 18 inch wheels and the ride was improved 100%. DON'T BUY ONE WITH THE 19 INCH WHEELS! Yes, it feels sporty but for a daily driver your back and neck will soon start hurting. Otherwise, yes, this is an excellent car!

  3. My family just bought the SEL a year ago. But a warning the front wheel drive in the snow sucks! The traction control just cuts the power to the front wheels and you are going no ware. And the traction is a pain to turn off.

  4. 1.6 85 PS S5, 5 Speed, 1.6 105 PS S5, 5 Speed, 1.6 125 PS S5, PowerShift
    1.0T 100PS EcoBoost S5, 5 Speed, 1.0T 125PS EcoBoost S5, 6 Speed
    1.6T 150 PS EcoBoost S5, 6 Speed,1.6T 182 PS EcoBoost S5, 6 Speed
    2.0T 250PS S5, 6 Speed,1.6 TDCi 095 PS (DPF) S5, 6 Speed,
    1.6 TDCi 105PS (DPF) S5, 6 Speed,1.6 TDCi 115 PS (DPF) S5, 6 Speed,
    2.0 TDCi 140 PS 6 Speed,2.0 TDCi 140 PS PowerShift,
    2.0 TDCi 163 PS 6 Speed, 2.0 TDCi 163 PS PowerShift
    2.2 TDCi 125 PS,2.2 TDCi 150 PS
    Available UK Engines

  5. for a Ford Fiesta PETROL 1.25 60PS, 5 Speed, 1.25 82PS, 5 Speed
    1.0 80PS Start/Stop, 5 Speed, 1.0T EcoBoost 100PS Start/Stop, 5 Speed
    1.6 105PS, Powershift, 1.0T EcoBoost 125PS Start/Stop, 5 Speed
    1.6T EcoBoost 182PS, 6 Speed
    DIESEL
    1.5TDCi 75PS, 5 Speed,1.6 TDCi 95PS Start/Stop, 5 Speed, 1.6TDCi 95PS, 5 Speed

  6. Engines for the Mondeo(Fusion) , S-MAX, Galaxy, Kuga(Escape) are,
    1.6 EcoBoost SCTI 160 BHP Petrol and 110BHP/115BHP Diesel,
    2.0 Duratorq TDCI 115 BHP/140BHP/163BHP Diesel,
    2.0 EcoBoost SCTI 203BHP Petrol, and they all can come with a Six Speed Manuel or a Six Speed Automatic, but if you go for a Focus it is Five Speed Manuel or Six Speed Automatic.

  7. This Car is Sold in Britain/ UK as the Ford Kuga, UK Trim Levels are ZETEC , TITANIUM and TITANIUM X much like the rest of the SUV's, SAV's/MPV's/Minivans and Family Cars, If you want a Car to carry about a growing Family then I would say that you would be best with a Ford S-MAX or Ford Galaxy because there is more Rear leg room on the middle row infact a good One or two Feet and a Larger Boot(Trunk),

  8. Unfortunately, if your wife has always liked Toyota's it will be hard to convince her otherwise. Brand loyalty can be hard to crack. Just have her test drive an Escape with the 2.0T Ecoboost and let her try out the tech features in both cars so she can compare them. Both SUVs drive nice, but the Escape is sportier and is much quicker with the 2.0T. After rebates, the higher sticker prices brings it closer to the Toyota's levels.

  9. I have an Escape SE, and there is a buzzing sound coming form the climate control area. Could anybody tell me if it's normal. I know that this isn't screen noise.

  10. yeah, this is really fantastic. and i can tell u, i've been getting paid about $200 a week just for letting brands know what i prefer to buy. i found it here: bit.ly/1a8RUHE?=jkayj

  11. You are somewhat correct there. I do take into consideration the fact that our government applies an import tarrif as well as a GST onto the cost of the vehicle. But even when you apply the tarrif and GST, that still only makes the vehicle $45,850. So you are correct, the difference isn't as bad as initially thought, but there is still a difference of almost $10,00. In fact I have just been quoted $54,244 for the Diesel version on road.

  12. I hear that alloy from friends outside the Us. I think a lot of that has to do with what kind of import Tariff's your government places on vehicles.

  13. Awesome review! One of the best reviews for this car on the web at the moment. The only thing that shocks me is the price disparity. I see that the US is paying $34,735 for the top of the range model with all the bells and whistles. Whereas here in Australia it is currently going for $53,000 for the top of the range model. And this is despite the fact that the Australian dollar is buying US$1.05. Hard to see where the mark up can come from, especially the almost $20,000 difference!

  14. Very nice review.. can u please help me to choose.. Its called in Australia KUGA..
    i only can afford KUGA Trend.. should I buy PETROL or DIESEL..

    THANKS MATE

  15. European styling is superior. I'm sorry but the boxy frame looks like you're driving a box. Good riddance with the old escape.

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