Take a Look Phoenix Ford Shoppers - the Escape has Arrived
In Edmunds.com's most recent review of the Escape, editors start right off with saying that it's one of their favorite compact crossovers, and in our opinion, it's no wonder why. Other 2016 Ford Escape reviews agree that the award-winning SUV's got all the right moves, with efficient EcoBoost engines, smart infotainment technology, available all-weather all-wheel drive and style that turns heads.
Available trim levels for this year's shoppers once again include the Escape S, SE and Titanium, each of which has its own unique personality. S models are a great entry into the lineup, offering features that one might have to pay more for on other SUVs. In addition to standard electronics like Bluetooth phone/audio, SYNC with AppLink smartphone integration and a rearview camera, the 2016 Ford Escape in Phoenix comes standard with a plethora of convenience features that make every day commutes more comfortable. A tilt/telescoping steering wheel and height-adjustable driver seat will allow you to find the most comfortable seating position for your particular stature, while basics like full-power accessories and cruise control take work off your shoulders in small ways that make a big difference.
Choose an SE model, which is now offered with Ford's awesome new SYNC 3 system (Convenience package), and the features list grows. The 2016 Escape SE is a great middle ground for those who want a model that's a step up from the base trim, but who don't necessarily need all the bells and whistles included on the top-tier Titanium. SE models add larger wheels, satellite radio and higher quality cloth among other features. Titanium trims augment these additions with an auto-dimming rearview mirror, upgraded Sony sound system, HD radio, power liftgate and more.
When it comes to power, three advanced engines are offered on the 2016 Ford Escape in Phoenix, starting with the base 2.5-liter four-cylinder, which produces 168 horsepower and 170 pound-feet of torque. The next engine up is a 178-horsepower, 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder (standard on the SE and Titanium). Optional on the two upper trims, shoppers can elect a lively 240-horsepower, 2.0-liter four-cylinder.
Visit Camelback Ford today to find out why 2016 Ford Escape reviews call this SUV a top choice in its class! When you stop by be sure to ask if there are any current 2016 Escape lease specials that you may qualify for.