About Ford Escape

    The Ford Escape rolled off the line for the 2001 model year as a compact crossover SUV. It was designed with an independent suspension along with rack-and-pinion steering, as Ford decided to build the model with a monocoque chassis for car-like handling. The model was initially outfitted with a 2.0L four-cylinder engine capable of approximately 130 horsepower mated to a five-speed manual transmission or a four-speed automatic. A 3.0L Duratec V6 was offered as well, showing off around 200 horsepower directed through the four-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive was standard; however, all-wheel drive was made available as an option. The Ford Escape parts and the model itself made an impression right from the beginning. The SUV was nominated for Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best List and named a Consumer Guide Recommended Buy (2001). 2004 welcomed in the Ford Escape Hybrid. Rated as 75% more fuel efficient according to the EPA, the Escape Hybrid uses an Atkinson cycle internal combustion engine for its power source and even offers a 110-volt AC plug-in outlet as an option.

    In 2005, the original 2.0L engine was replaced by a 2.3L four-cylinder upgrade that produced an extra 23 horsepower while the automatic transmission became available for the first time on the base four-cylinder versions of the Escape. Several other changes took place for 2005. Intelligent all-wheel drive and upgraded seatbelts and airbags were also implemented. On models geared up with an automatic transmission, the shifter was relocated to the console from the column while in all models, Ford discontinued the reclining ability on the rear seats as a safety measure in case of an accident. At this point, the Ford Escape was already distributed in Europe under various badges (such as the Maverick) and showed off many of the same changes for 2005 as the domestic Escape while introducing the Duratec V6 for the first time.

    The Ford Escape parts saw another crop of changes take place for the 2008 model year. Unveiled at the 2007 Los Angeles International Auto Show, the Ford Escape was the recipient of the redesigned accessories and parts. Still based off of the CD2 platform along with the Mazda Tribute and Mercury Mariner, the Ford Escape was adorned with a larger front-end grille, bigger headlights, and a revamped interior that included the addition of a new navigation system. The base engine was boosted to a 2.5L Duratec four-cylinder, increasing horsepower to 171. The 3.0L V6 was also improved to 240 horsepower and 230 pounds-per-foot of torque. A year later, rear spoilers for the rear tires and front-end were added, as were optional 17” chrome alloy wheels perched on Michelin Low-Rolling tires. The model has received attention throughout the industry in recent years, including being named a Best New Truck by AMI Auto World Magazine (2006), an Intellichoice Best Overall Value (2008), and a Consumer Digest Best Buy (2009).

    The Ford Escape is a "game changer." The first in its class to be offered as a hybrid, the Ford Escape makes news in more ways than one. Outstanding comfort awaits inside the vehicle, providing the space and components that designate it as a SUV without neglecting its "compact" status. A smooth, contouring interior and delightfully aero shaped exterior make the Escape as stylish as it is logical. The Ford Escape knows no limitations, and its drivers understand the value and fashion this vehicle presents. is famous for our commitment to providing the most styles along with the highest quality and our selection of Ford Escape Accessories and Parts is no different. We showcase nothing but the finest options for your vehicle, starting with everything from grilles and dash kits to floor mats and spoilers. And since our Ford Escape accessories and parts come from the most respected manufacturers in the game, you are guaranteed a perfect OEM fit along with relentless durability. Let your ride speak for itself - hook up with the Ford Escape accessories that do the talking!

    Whether you plan to improve your vehicle's performance or simply want to add some flare to its style, we store an exhaustive collection of accessories and parts designed specifically for your vehicle. Whatever product you choose, you are guaranteed to get nothing but the premium quality, unrivaled performance, and unique style. Understanding that your vehicle deserves only the top accessories and parts, we carefully handpicked each single item. And be sure all of them are manufactured by the most reputable companies in the industry, so the quality is beyond any doubts. If you still are not sure what product to choose, you are welcome to check 421 reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and define what accessory or part perfectly fits both your vehicle and your pocket.

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    The more camo we see on the test mules, the more sure we are that the debut of the next-generation Ford Escape is getting closer and closer. Unlike previous spy pics, where the 2013 Escape has been wearing the body of the current-generation Kuga, these latest photos unveil the new shapes of the SUV.

    Caught testing near Ford's Dearborn headquarters, the prototype shows that the redesigned crossover will be a totally different creature from what we have now. The most prominent change will be a switch to the C1 platform, which is a Blue Oval's global compact car platform already underpinning the Focus and the C-Max MPV. If we peek beneath the camouflage, we're likely to find that the overall look of the vehicle is similar to the Vertrek concept, introduced at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show. The prototype shares with the concept swept-back headlights, bulging hood, and a line running from the front wheel arch to the tail lights.

    The final version of the Escape is planned to debut at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show and is supposed to hit the showrooms in the first quarter of 2012. The new SUV is expected to be produced at the Ford’s Louisville plant in Kentucky. Currently, the plan is undergoing renovations and should be operational in the second half of the year. It was officially stated that the next-gen crossover will replace both the Escape and Kuga, but it is still unclear whether Ford will keep both names in the market.