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Ford Escape Savings in Greeneville, TN

In the rapidly growing SUV market, versatility is the name of the game. Drivers need a vehicle that can adapt to roles that can change by the day, as you might have to carpool in the morning, pick up a week's groceries that evening, and even hit the highway with a trailer soon after that. Ford understands the need for well-rounded adaptability, and offers the as the all-in-one solution. This crossover SUV provides plenty of space on the inside for passengers and cargo, and it can be equipped with a wide range of tech features to help you stay safe every time you pull out of the driveway. It also packs substantial power under the hood, and can be set up to pull a trailer when the need arises.


If the Escape sounds like what you've been looking for, we invite you to come try it out for yourself here at Gateway Ford. Whenever you here in Greeneville, we'll show you this SUV inside and out, and we'll be happy to go over all its trims, features, and tech options. we'll also let you jump in the driver's seat for a test drive.

New Ford Escape at Gateway Ford in Greeneville, TN

What's New in the 2021 Ford Escape?

Ford has made several updates to the Escape for 2021, following up on a total redesign just one year earlier. Their efficient hybrid powertrain is now available in the SE and SEL trim levels, and it comes standard in the Titanium trim. More tech options are also available in various packages and trims, including driver's seat memory settings in the Technology package and traffic sign recognition in the Co-Pilot360 Plus package. Updates in the recent redesign include the addition of a long list of standard safety features including blind spot monitoring, forward collision warning, and automatic emergency braking for every model.

The hybrid powertrain consists of a 4-cylinder engine along with two electric motors for a combined output of 221 horsepower, and you can expect the configuration to maintain excellent efficiency. The Escape's standard engine is a 181-horsepower turbocharged EcoBoost 3-cylinder, while Ford also offers the crossover with a 250-horsepower turbocharged 4-cylinder. Both engines pair smoothly with an eight-speed automatic transmission for easy shifting at any speed. The Escape promises an engaging experience every time you start the engine, as it leaves its rivals behind with peppy acceleration, responsive handling, and confident cornering.

Although it's a member of the compact SUV class, the Escape's interior is by no means cramped. Up to five people can ride in the cabin, with ample space for adults in both cushioned rows. Children can also ride securely in the back thanks to dual sets of LATCH connections for fastening car seats. You'll find legroom and overhead space in abundance, and the interior furnishings are all high-quality and comfortable. Ford offers a variety of features to enhance the cabin, including heated front seats, leatherette or genuine leather upholstery, and a panoramic moonroof. When it's time to bring home groceries, you'll find 33 cubic feet of storage space in the back, and for larger hauls, the rear seats can fold for more than 65 cubic feet.

The Escape comes standard with a user-friendly SYNC infotainment system, and you have a diverse list of feature options available to stock your cabin with entertainment and conveniences. Ford's tech features include a Wi-Fi hotspot, navigation, and smartphone synchronization. MyKey comes standard, allowing you to set caps on top speed and volume if someone else is behind the wheel.

History of the Ford Escape

The Escape debuted in 2001, corresponding with the rise of SUVs as America's go-to family class. The premier model complemented car-like handling with expanded space and comfort, all packaged with the dependability that Ford is known for. The SUV quickly found an appreciative audience, and Ford invested new research and development into the vehicle over the years that followed. As a result of their innovation, the Escape was one of the first vehicles in its class available with a hybrid drivetrain.

While the first Escape models featured a truck-inspired body, a 2008 redesign endowed the SUV with smooth curves and a more streamlined appearance. More updates followed with each year, including fresh technology to keep the Escape at the cutting edge of the class. With a 2020 redesign, many of the older models' available safety options were issued as standard features.

Find the Escape at Gateway Ford

We have the Escape here and ready for you at Gateway Ford, and you'll find this outstanding SUV and more whenever you want to visit us. Take a look at our to see what we have on the lot today, or drop by the dealership to explore the selection in person. Our team is standing by to show you around and go over your specific needs and preferences, and we'll help you find what you want for a low price. You can also from home to save time during your visit.