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Escape Models

Ford Co-Pilot360

Introducing Ford Co-Pilot360 — an advanced suite of standard driver-assist technologies that includes BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with Cross-Traffic Alert,10  Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking,118  Auto High-Beam Headlamps,10  Lane-Keeping System10 , 138  and Rear View Camera.10  Ford Escape also makes additional technology available that is designed to help keep you in command, from the driveway to the highway.10

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Selectable drive modes to help improve driving experience and handling

Selectable Drive Modes

Designed to help improve your driving experience and handling on varying road surfaces. The different modes are Normal, Eco, Slippery, Sport and Deep Snow/Sand.10  Once selected, each of these driving modes can modify the electronic stability control system and traction control system.
2020 Ford Escape being driven through the city

Available Intelligent AWD and AWD Disconnect

Designed to help save fuel, available All-Wheel-Drive Disconnect automatically lets you disconnect the rear driveline when the system detects AWD is not needed. This allows only the front wheels to propel the vehicle, therefore reducing drag and the overall energy demands of the drivetrain.

Available Head-Up Display

Keep your eyes on the road. The available head-up display creates an image on a display screen in front of you as you look through the windshield. This minimizes the distraction of having to look down at the car’s instrument panel. The head-up display keeps you informed with various available driver-assist features that include Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go, Lane-Keeping System, Navigation and more.*
*Don’t drive while distracted. See owner’s manual for details and system limitations.
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Available head up display