Ford Escape Fuel Economy Specs. & Features | Ford Canada

2020 Ford Escape Fuel Economy

The 2020 Escape is designed to deliver a fuel-efficient ride. While the Escape Hybrid front-wheel-drive (FWD) has an estimated range of 936 kilometres* delivering an average of 5.4L/100 km (city) and 6.2L/100 km (highway) and 5.8 L/100 km combined2, the all-wheel-drive (AWD) delivers an average of 5.5L/100 km (city), 6.4L/100 km (highway) and 5.8 L/100 km combined2.

 

Every model in the lineup, whether powered by one of two EcoBoost® engines or the hybrid powertrains, targets increased fuel efficiency with an EPA-estimated range of at least 643 kilometres**.

 

*2020 Ford Escape Titanium Hybrid 2WD. Actual fuel consumption and range will vary. Range is based on USA EPA estimated range of 582 miIes per tank (or 936 km per tank,). 15.3 US gallon tank, includes tank reserve (or 58-litre tank), 44 city/ 37 hwy / 41 combined mpg. Range calculation from fueleconomy.gov (US), visit for more details.

**Model designations are based on powertrain, drivetrain, and trim level combinations. Actual mileage and range will vary. Lowest range vehicle Escape 2.0L AWD. EPA-estimated ratings: 23 city mpg /31 hwy mpg /26 combined mpg, 5.5 city L/100km, 6.3 hwy L/100km, 5.8 combined L/100km.

Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV)

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Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) powered by both battery and gas to help optimize performance and fuel efficiency. Instead of plugging in, the battery pack gets recharged by the gas engine and regenerative braking.

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Three Engine Lineup

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EcoBoost Engines

The standard 1.5L and the available 2.0L EcoBoost engines put out 181 horsepower with 190 pound-feet of torque and 250 horsepower with 280 pound-feet of torque respectively.11  
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Hybrid 2.5L iVCT Atkinson-Cycle I-4 Engine

Standard on the Escape Hybrid, the 2.5L I-4 Atkinson-cycle powertrain comes with an electronically controlled continuously variable transmission (eCVT) and an 88-kW electric motor.

Technologies that Help Save Fuel

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Available All-Wheel Drive Disconnect

Designed to save fuel, available All-Wheel Drive Disconnect, allows you to disconnect the rear driveline when the system detects that AWD is not needed. This drives only the front wheels of the vehicle, reducing drag and the overall energy consumption of the drivetrain. 
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Auto Start-Stop technology

Perfect for city driving, Auto Start-Stop technology helps reduce fuel consumption and vehicle emissions during city driving. When your vehicle comes to a stop, the engine shuts off and restarts seamlessly when you step on the accelerator or take your foot off the brake pedal.