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Ford Escape Performance


Efficient and capable, the 2.0L EcoBoost Petrol engine provides up to 183 kW of power and 387 Nm of torque.
The new Escape offers the ideal balance of power and performance.

Ford Escape Performance


Efficient and capable, the 2.0L EcoBoost Petrol engine provides up to 183 kW of power and 387 Nm of torque.
The new Escape offers the ideal balance of power and performance.

Ford Escape selectable drive modes digital display

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The Ford Escape comes with five selectable drive modes to suit varying conditions – normal, eco, sport, slippery deep snow/sand and trail. Plus, it’s available in both FWD and AWD drive train options.

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The Ford Escape comes with five selectable drive modes to suit varying conditions – normal, eco, sport, slippery deep snow/sand and trail. Plus, it’s available in both FWD and AWD drive train options.

Red Ford Escape driving uphill on road

FWD or AWD?


The FWD (Front Wheel Drive) system sends power and weight directly to the front wheels, helping to retain traction on slippery roads. The AWD (All-Wheel Drive) system intelligently determines how much grip, balance and responsiveness is needed to suit varying conditions and terrain.

FWD or AWD?


The FWD (Front Wheel Drive) system sends power and weight directly to the front wheels, helping to retain traction on slippery roads. The AWD (All-Wheel Drive) system intelligently determines how much grip, balance and responsiveness is needed to suit varying conditions and terrain.

Person charging Ford Escape using public charging station

What is a PHEV?


The Escape Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) uses two sources of power to get you where you need to go, efficiently. The Escape PHEV can travel up to 56km on battery power aloneEscape PHEV. For longer journeys, power split technology recharges the hybrid battery as you drive.

What is a PHEV?


The Escape Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) uses two sources of power to get you where you need to go, efficiently. The Escape PHEV can travel up to 56km on battery power aloneEscape PHEV. For longer journeys, power split technology recharges the hybrid battery as you drive.

Person driving Ford Escape using heads-up display

ST-line extras


The optional ST-Line Pack comes with Power Tailgate with Smart Keyless Entry, Front Heated Seats, LED Glare Free Headlamps and Heads Up Display, for your convenience.

ST-line extras


The optional ST-Line Pack comes with Power Tailgate with Smart Keyless Entry, Front Heated Seats, LED Glare Free Headlamps and Heads Up Display, for your convenience.

Red Ford Escape tow bar

Towing capacity


A small SUV that’s big in utility. Extra power and ability there for when you need it, whether you’re moving houses or travelling with a boat. The Escape 2.0L Petrol AWD can tow up to 1800kgranger-maximum-braked-down.

Towing capacity


A small SUV that’s big in utility. Extra power and ability there for when you need it, whether you’re moving houses or travelling with a boat. The Escape 2.0L Petrol AWD can tow up to 1800kgranger-maximum-braked-down.

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