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AVAILABLE ENHANCED ACTIVE PARK ASSIST
AVAILABLE BLIS® WITH CROSS-TRAFFIC ALERT
68 CU.FT (1,925 L) OF TOTAL CARGO SPACE
Adept at multitasking.
We designed the 2019 Ford Escape to make your life easier. It starts with available Intelligent Access with push-button start. You want to carry lots of cargo? No problem. The rear seats fold to provide up to 68 cu. ft. (1,925 L) of cargo capacity. Accessing the rear of the vehicle is also a breeze, thanks to an available hands-free, foot-activated power liftgate. In addition, if you need help you while backing the vehicle up, a rear view camera is standard and a Reverse Sensing System is availablle.
60/40 Split-Fold-Flat Rear Seat Backs
Fold both rear seat backs for a flat load surface and 68 cu. ft. (1,925 L) of total cargo space. Or fold down either of the 60/40 split rear seat backs and still save room for a passenger. If you’re carrying items such as luggage, leave both seat backs up and you’ll have 34 cu. ft. (962 L) of cargo space.
Available Hands-Free, Foot-Activated Liftgate
Thanks to the available hands-free, foot-activated liftgate, there’s no need to fumble for keys. Its hands-free operation is especially helpful when your arms are full of items like grocery bags. With the available Intelligent Access key in your pocket or purse, kick your foot under the bumper and the liftgate opens. You can also adjust the liftgate height, which is helpful for lower overhangs. Standard on the Ford Escape Titanium model.
Available Intelligent Access with Push-Button Start
Simply have the Intelligent Access key in your pocket or purse, then touch the door handle. Once inside, press the brake pedal and then the start button. Shift into gear and go. Standard on Ford Escape SE, SEL and Titanium.
Fold both rear seat backs for a flat load surface and 68 cu. ft. (1,925 L) of total cargo space. Or fold down either of the 60/40 split rear seat backs and still have room for a passenger. If you’re carrying items such as luggage, leave both seat backs up and you’ll have 34 cu.ft. (962 L) of cargo space. For more space, available roof-rack side rails with available crossbars* let you carry more cargo, especially items that don’t transport easily inside the vehicle.
*Crossbars are available as a factory-installed option or as a dealer-installed accessory.
Escape makes it so easy.
You could say the 2019 Ford Escape is one smart SUV. It has a number of available driver-assist features that make driving easier. It includes available features such as the Ford Safe and Smart™ Package, SYNC® 3, SYNC Connect with a Wi-Fi hotspot, powered by FordPass™, BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with Cross-Traffic Alert, Lane-Keeping System, Adaptive Cruise Control and Forward Collision Warning with Brake Support, and Enhanced Active Park Assist.
Ford Safe and Smart™ Package*
After using the driver-convenience features in the Ford Safe and Smart™ Package, you’ll never know how you got along without them.
- Front rain-sensing wipers
- Auto high-beam headlights
- BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with Cross-Traffic Alert
- Lane-Keeping System
- Adaptive Cruise Control and Forward Collision Warning with Brake Support
- Auto-dimming rearview mirror (standard on Titanium)
- Panoramic Vista Roof® included on Titanium in the Ford Safe and Smart+ Roof Package
*Available on Ford Escape SE, SEL and Titanium as the Ford Safe and Smart™+ Roof Package.
Available BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with Cross-Traffic Alert
The available Ford Safe and Smart Package™ includes BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) with Cross-Traffic Alert. This feature uses radar to identify a vehicle detected in your blind spot and alerts you with an indicator light in the appropriate exterior mirror. Cross-Traffic Alert also uses radar to watch for traffic behind you as you’re slowly backing out of a parking spot or driveway. If cross-traffic sensors detect a vehicle approaching from up to 15 yards (13.7 metres) away, you will be audibly and visually alerted.
Available Enhanced Active Park Assist
Available Enhanced Active Park Assist9 is designed to help you park in a variety of situations. With minimal actions on your part, the Ford Escape virtually steers itself into or out of a parking spot.
- Parallel Parking scans for an appropriate space, signals when one is found, then helps steer you into the space*.
- Park Out Assist provides instructions on shifting and moving forward/back to help steer you out of a tight spot*.
- Reverse Perpendicular Parking finds a suitable space and helps you back in*.
- Side Sensing System emits a warning when you get too close to an object on either side of your vehicle. Standard on Titanium.
*System controls steering while you shift, accelerate and brake.
The added extras.
Ford Escape can be equipped with features that enhance your driving experience. For example, there’s the available Panoramic Vista Roof® . It permits all passengers to enjoy natural light. The available heated steering wheel keeps your hands warm on the coldest days. Available SiriusXM® and the available Voice-Activated Touchscreen Navigation System provide a variety of entertainment choices in addition to navigation. And that’s for starters.
Cold Weather Features
- Engine block heater (Standard on SE and above)
- Heated front row seats (Standard on SE and above)
- Heated sideview mirrors (Standard on SE and above)
- Heated steering wheel (Standard on Titanium)
- Remote start system (Standard on SE and above)
- Windshield wiper de-icer (Standard on S and above)
Panoramic Vista Roof®
The available Panoramic Vista Roof features a large forward panel that tilts up or opens fully, plus a fixed rear skylight. So whether you’re sitting up front or in back, the Panoramic Vista Roof lets in the natural light.
Available Bi-Xenon HID Headlights with Signature Lighting
Available Bi-Xenon HID (high-intensity discharge) headlights provide a brighter light, last longer and use less energy than conventional bulbs. Complementing the headlights are signature light-emitting diodes (LEDs). Standard on the 2019 Ford Escape Titanium.
Escape lets you do what you want to do.
The 2019 Escape is capable in so many ways, offering versatile seating/cargo combinations. And it’s engineered to deliver the performance your lifestyle requires. Depending on the model you choose, you have a 2.5L iVCT, a 1.5L turbocharged EcoBoost® engine or a 2.0L Twin-Scroll EcoBoost rated at 245 horsepower. Handling control comes courtesy of standard AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control™ , Curve Control and Torque Vectoring Control19 . For added traction, there’s available Intelligent 4WD, and if you need to tow, we offer a Class II Trailer Tow Package with a 2.0L EcoBoost engine and a max tow rating of up to 3,500 lbs. (1,587 kg).
AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control™
Standard AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control (RSC) uses two gyroscopic sensors to monitor yaw and roll rates. This allows AdvanceTrac with RSC to help you maintain control whenever it detects wheelslip, understeer, oversteer or roll motion. It also helps maintain control in various road conditions such as ice, gravel or rain. AdvanceTrac with RSC also features Curve Control, which will slow the vehicle down when it senses that it’s going too fast for a particular curve. Trailer Sway Control, too, is included in the Class II Trailer Tow Package.
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Maximum 3,500-lb. Towing Capacity
The 2019 Ford Escape Titanium has a maximum towing capacity of 3,500 lbs. (1,587 kg) when properly equipped with the 2.0L EcoBoost® Class II Trailer Tow Package. This package is also available on Escape SEL 4WD and Titanium. Trailer sway control technology and auxiliary transmission oil cooler are included in the package. When trailer sway is detected, the system automatically takes measures, such as applying precise braking or reduced engine torque, to help keep both the vehicle and the trailer under control.
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Curve Control and Torque Vectoring Control
Curve Control can sense if you’re going too fast and slow the vehicle down using throttle reduction and anti-lock braking. Once you’re into the curve, G-forces tend to transfer more traction to the outside tires than to the inside ones. Standard Torque Vectoring Control enhances that by transferring torque to the wheels that have the most grip, reducing understeer and forcing the front end to hug the inside of the curve.