It'll be available as both a hybrid and plug-in hybrid.
It's far more carlike than its predecessor, slotting into part of the space the Focus will leave behind when it's canceled.
Many elements in the front end closely resemble Ford's new Focus, which we won't get in the US.
The majority of Escapes on the market will sport a 180-horsepower, three-cylinder gas engine.
In addition to three- and four-cylinder engines, hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains will be on offer.
The SUV will be built in Louisville, Kentucky.
The carlike Escape will have a more rugged sibling when the "Baby Bronco" makes its debut.
That three-cylinder engine is potent enough to generate a 2,000-pound tow rating.
Not too shabby, Ford. Not too shabby.
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