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Available Trim Levels and Options
The new 2015 Escape includes the following trim levels:
  • S: A urethane steering wheel, an AM/FM radio with CD/MP3 player and a rear-view camera.
  • SE: Optional tow package and SYNC® with Ford MyTouch. It comes standard with cloth-trimmed front bucket seats with a 10-way power driver's seat.
  • Titanium: comes with leather seats, heated front seats, an audio system from Sony, an optional panoramic vista roof and a voice-activated navigation system.
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The 2015 Ford Escape combines being environmentally friendly with high performance. You may opt for one of the two different engines including the 1.6L EcoBoost®, I-4 engine that gets an EPA-estimated 32 miles per gallon on the highway. The other option is a 2.0L, EcoBoost I-4 that delivers 240 horsepower. The EcoBoost provides better fuel efficiency since it produces a cooler, more dense fuel injection charge that has more power per drop. The 2.0L engine can tow up to 3,500 lbs. You can equip this vehicle with a Class II Trailer Tow Package for the optimal towing experience.

So if you are shopping for a 2015 Ford Escape in Dallas then visit Park Cities Ford to test drive one today..

Interior View Of 2015 Ford Escape in Dallas
Exterior View Of 2015 Ford Escape in Dallas

Interior Overview

The 2015 Ford Escape has a six-speed automatic transmission that lets you switch gears with a knob so you no longer need to deal with a clutch. You and your passengers can ride in comfort with the dual-zone electronic temperature control that lets each person in the vehicle set their own zone temperature.

Exterior Overview

The 2015 Escape has variable intermittent wipers in the front and intermittent ones in the back. The Titanium model has the option of bi-xenon high-intensity discharge (HID) headlights, which last longer and use less energy than halogen bulbs.