2015 Ford Escape SE Review | 2015 Escape Test Drive

2015 Ford Escape SE Review | 2015 Escape Test Drive | CHICAGO NEWS

I’ve been following Ford regaining its former glory for a couple of years now. As you know, this manufacturer produces one of the most extensive model lines among any brand that’s presented in the United States auto market. Moreover, this is the model line where you can name a number of truly iconic cars that were produced at certain periods of time. Let’s take the famous Model T. With the production line starting back in 1908, it was the vehicle intended to become a “people’s car,” and that was successfully accomplished. And now let’s look at the Ford Mustang. Can you name a more iconic American muscle car out there?
However, these are not the models that sell the most in Ford dealerships, as well as all over the county. The famous F-150 has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States for the past 32 years, and the best-selling pick-up truck for 43 years. In addition, it is also one of the best-selling vehicles in Canada. If you missed our detailed review in the April 10th issue, you can always check it out online at www.mychinews.com/cars/2015-ford-f-150-supercab-review.
Now, let’s move on to the car we’re reviewing today, the 2015 Ford Escape. And instead of the “routine” introductions of how it looks from the outside, I would like to jump straight to the point (or, I should say, to the interior). I love how Ford designed the front driver’s panel. Everything here is so plain and, at the same time, so sophisticated that you wouldn’t have any questions even if you were a first time driver.
In terms of the options, there are plenty of them. The panel upfront has two “trip info” settings available. Here you can see every single thing that you might ever need – from temperature and time to fuel consumption. In addition, you can see how the engine power is distributed among all four wheels when the car is moving. Also, right here in the menu you can turn off the traction control if you need to cope with some harsh weather conditions, and pull the car out of snow or any other sort of “traps” of Mother Nature.
I was really amazed by how perfectly the Ford Sync works. When you’re behind the wheel…

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