The Escape Hybrid model is available as well.
The 2020 Ford Escape configurator is now live and you have a chance to see how you can build a vehicle that promises to be extremely competitive against its fierce competition. Based on our visit to Dearborn, Michigan back in the spring, we could see how much effort the Ford engineers put into this new crossover. Remember: the 2020 Ford Escape competes against some of the best selling competitors in the business, including the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V.
There are a few interesting things about the 2020 Ford Escape’s various iterations, they come in more flavors than the competition can (currently) match. While not listed yet, we expect to see a Ford Escape plugin-hybrid soon.
The prices listed below are directly from Ford’s online configurator. None of these base prices include the $1,500 all-wheel drive (AWD) option. There are several additional features and options available for each trim level and we encourage you to try it out to get in-depth details on each model.
Here are the base prices:
S (base model): $24,885
- 1.5-liter EcoBoost with Auto Start-Stop Technology
- Sync with 4.2-inch LCD Screen Display
- Ford Co-Pilot360
- SYNC 3 with 8-inch display
- 10-Way Power Driver with Heated Front Row
- Intelligent Access with Push Button Start
SE Sport Hybrid: $28,255
- 2.5-liter Atkinson Cycle I-4 (hybrid powertrain)
- 17-inch Ebony Black-Painted Aluminum Wheels
- 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster
- ActiveX seating material
- Hands-free power liftgate
- Reverse sensing system
- Power Driver and Passenger Heated Front Leather-Trimmed Seats
- Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist+
- B&O by Bang Olufsen audio system with 10 speakers
There’s more – a lot more coming. We expect to see the plug-in hybrid soon as well as an off-road capable crossover that’s based on the Escape’s platform. That vehicle could be called the Ford Adventure, Scout, Maverick – or something else.
Check out our first impressions of the 2020 Ford Escape below: