2017 Ford Escape vs 2017 GMC Acadia
The Ford Escape has been one of the most popular crossovers on the market since it was first introduced. If you are in the market for a new crossover, you may know that the options are endless but we are here to help. In our comparison of the 2017 Ford Escape vs 2017 GMC Acadia, we will show how the Escape matches up to its competition and why the Ford Escape is one of the best choices in the crossover market.
Sometimes with SUVs you have to sacrifice fuel economy, but not with the 2017 Ford Escape. The Escape receives an estimated 22 city mpg and 30 highway mpg, which is comparable to some sedans on the market. The 2017 Escape is available with three engine options, two of those options are EcoBoost engines with auto start-stop. The auto start-stop technology helps to reduce emissions and conserve fuel. The 2017 GMC Acadia has two engine options available, though neither one offer the same advanced fuel saving technology as the Ford's EcoBoost engines.
|Yes||Hands-Free Foot-Activated Liftgate||No|
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2017 Ford Escape Burlington, VT
The Ford Escape is loaded with all of the best convenience, safety and technology features. The Ford Escape makes things easier for you, like the hands-free foot activated liftgate that opens effortlessly by just a kicking motion under the bumper. Safety is an important feature to many and that is why Ford has packed the Escape with all of the best advanced safety technologies such as lane-keeping system, enhanced active park assist, blind-spot monitoring with cross-traffic alert and more.
Interested in the 2017 Ford Escape? Call or visit us at Heritage Ford in South Burlington for more information on the Ford compact crossover. Schedule a test drive online through our website and come in today to get your hands on a new 2017 Ford Escape.