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2018 Ford Escape SE

2018 Ford Escape SE - 84,207 mi

Millersville, MD (46 mi) - Listed 144 days ago
  • $2,972 below market price
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2012 Ford Escape XLT

2012 Ford Escape XLT - 64,898 mi

Manassas, VA (19 mi) - Listed today
  • $1,784 below market price
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2012 Ford Escape Limited

2012 Ford Escape Limited - 38,789 mi

Kensington, MD (21 mi) - Listed 10 days ago
  • $2,293 below market price
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2020 Ford Escape Titanium

2020 Ford Escape Titanium - 1,491 mi

Woodbridge, VA (31 mi) - Listed 151 days ago
  • $4,692 below market price
$32,994
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2013 Ford Escape Titanium

2013 Ford Escape Titanium - 126,631 mi

Leesburg, VA (12 mi) - Listed 45 days ago
  • $1,555 below market price
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2014 Ford Escape SE

2014 Ford Escape SE - 6,402 mi

Leesburg, VA (6 mi) - Listed 112 days ago
  • $3,541 below market price
$18,996
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2009 Ford Escape Limited

2009 Ford Escape Limited - 159,780 mi

Falls Church, VA (19 mi) - Listed 50 days ago
  • $897 below market price
$5,995
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2013 Ford Escape SE

2013 Ford Escape SE - 111,145 mi

Baltimore, MD (51 mi) - Listed 1 day ago
  • $1,780 below market price
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2017 Ford Escape SE

2017 Ford Escape SE - 106,097 mi

Leesburg, VA (12 mi) - Listed 8 days ago
  • $3,424 below market price
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2014 Ford Escape SE

2014 Ford Escape SE - 111,382 mi

Stafford, VA (43 mi) - Listed 173 days ago
  • $1,646 below market price
$11,900
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2016 Ford Escape Titanium

2016 Ford Escape Titanium - 105,123 mi

Manchester, MD (55 mi) - Listed 26 days ago
  • $1,803 below market price
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2018 Ford Escape S

2018 Ford Escape S - 99,517 mi

Alexandria, VA (26 mi) - Listed 122 days ago
  • $2,893 below market price
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2020 Ford Escape SEL

2020 Ford Escape SEL - 43,284 mi

- Listed 106 days ago
  • $3,210 below market price
$24,999
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2013 Ford Escape SE

2013 Ford Escape SE - 105,850 mi

Laurel, MD (37 mi) - Listed 175 days ago
  • $1,575 below market price
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2013 Ford Escape Titanium

2013 Ford Escape Titanium - 135,610 mi

Chantilly, VA (7 mi) - Listed 103 days ago
  • $1,382 below market price
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2015 Ford Escape SE

2015 Ford Escape SE - 178,250 mi

Fredericksburg, VA (41 mi) - Listed 223 days ago
  • $1,523 below market price
$8,995
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2014 Ford Escape SE

2014 Ford Escape SE - 129,392 mi

Locust Grove, VA (52 mi) - Listed 103 days ago
  • $1,672 below market price
$10,995
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2011 Ford Escape Limited

2011 Ford Escape Limited - 162,321 mi

Martinsburg, WV (37 mi) - Listed 103 days ago
  • $961 below market price
$6,995
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2011 Ford Escape XLT

2011 Ford Escape XLT - 191,641 mi

Purcellville, VA (17 mi) - Listed 144 days ago
  • $617 below market price
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2017 Ford Escape S

2017 Ford Escape S - 31,428 mi

Hagerstown, MD (44 mi) - Listed 25 days ago
  • $1,082 below market price
$19,500
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What is the average price for Used Ford Escape? How many are for sale and priced below market?

  • 15,570 cars for sale found, starting at $1,777
  • Average price for Used Ford Escape: $22,731
  • 1,233 deals found. Average savings of $1,343
  • Save up to $7,115 below estimated market price

What Is The Average Price Of A Used Ford Escape By Model Year?

Year Average Price Deals Listings
2022 Ford Escape for Sale $32,310 - 884 listings
2021 Ford Escape for Sale $31,785 Save $5,658 on 79 deals 1,150 listings
2020 Ford Escape for Sale $29,855 Save $6,866 on 160 deals 2,791 listings
2019 Ford Escape for Sale $26,420 Save $7,115 on 203 deals 4,285 listings
2018 Ford Escape for Sale $23,687 Save $5,859 on 303 deals 5,071 listings
2017 Ford Escape for Sale $19,959 Save $5,528 on 357 deals 3,398 listings
2016 Ford Escape for Sale $17,406 Save $4,525 on 179 deals 1,373 listings
2013 Ford Escape for Sale $12,694 Save $4,171 on 292 deals 1,409 listings
2012 Ford Escape for Sale $9,768 Save $3,545 on 105 deals 518 listings
2010 Ford Escape for Sale $8,191 Save $2,597 on 88 deals 383 listings
2008 Ford Escape for Sale $6,962 Save $2,076 on 78 deals 324 listings

What Is The Average Price Of Competitor Cars To The Used Ford Escape?

Average Price Deals Listings
Chevrolet Equinox for Sale $22,843 Save $7,590 on 2,050 deals 20,968 listings
Honda CR-V for Sale $25,142 Save $6,357 on 1,210 deals 18,822 listings
Toyota RAV4 for Sale $27,332 Save $8,242 on 1,368 deals 18,283 listings

What Is The Average Price Of Used Ford Escape In The Top 10 Cities?

Average Price Deals Listings
Ford Escape in Houston $22,779 Save $5,269 on 56 deals 543 listings
Ford Escape in Atlanta $21,422 Save $4,058 on 91 deals 465 listings
Ford Escape in Dallas $22,453 Save $4,784 on 78 deals 617 listings
Ford Escape in Chicago $20,829 Save $3,229 on 77 deals 895 listings
Ford Escape in Miami $18,985 Save $4,466 on 42 deals 210 listings
Ford Escape in Los Angeles $19,670 Save $5,715 on 59 deals 419 listings
Ford Escape in Philadelphia $21,866 Save $3,752 on 79 deals 788 listings
Ford Escape in San Antonio $20,660 Save $2,952 on 26 deals 240 listings
Ford Escape in Phoenix $19,662 Save $4,201 on 70 deals 391 listings
Ford Escape in Orlando $21,713 Save $3,409 on 37 deals 368 listings

Average Price of Used Ford Escape Trims

Trim Average Price Listings Specs
Used Ford Escape SE
(2013-2020)
$21,198 11,426 Listings
Body Style SUV
Drive Train AWD, FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Ford Escape Titanium
(2013-2020)
$23,878 4,149 Listings
Body Style SUV
Drive Train AWD, FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Ford Escape SEL
(2013, 2018-2020)
$25,804 3,729 Listings
Body Style SUV
Drive Train AWD, FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Ford Escape S
(2013-2020)
$19,967 2,069 Listings
Body Style SUV
Drive Train AWD, FWD
Fuel Type Flex, Gasoline
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Used Ford Escape XLT
(2001, 2004-2012)
$7,797 1,341 Listings
Body Style SUV
Drive Train 4WD, AWD, FWD
Fuel Type Flex, Gasoline
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Used Ford Escape Limited
(2003-2012)
$8,774 561 Listings
Body Style SUV
Drive Train 4WD, AWD, FWD
Fuel Type Flex, Gasoline
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Used Ford Escape XLS
(2001, 2004-2012)
$7,954 237 Listings
Body Style SUV
Drive Train 4WD, AWD, FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Ford Escape XLT Choice
(2002)
$4,326 40 Listings
Body Style SUV
Drive Train 4WD, FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Ford Escape XLT Sport
(2006-2007)
$5,967 31 Listings
Body Style SUV
Drive Train AWD, FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Ford Escape XLT Popular 2
(2003)
$8,164 17 Listings
Body Style SUV
Drive Train 4WD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Ford Escape Overview

The Escape is a compact crossover introduced by Ford in the 2001 model year in conjunction with Mazda, who introduced it as the Tribute that same year. The Escape was meant for North American sales only, though it was sold in a few other markets through Mazda manufacture. There are three generations of the Escape so far. Production of both models for U.S. sales was undertaken by Ford, though imported Mazda engines were used in some models during the first two generations of the Escape. The Escape and Tribute were the first vehicles in the compact SUV segment to offer a fully independent suspension for more car-like handling and ride quality. Ford quickly offered a premium version of the Escape with its Mercury line, the Mariner. Front-wheel drive was standard with all-wheel drive as an option. Both four- and six-cylinder engines were available with four- and five-speed automatic transmissions. A hybrid model was offered from 2005-2007 as well. In 2008, a new generation (#2) of the Ford Escape was introduced to market. The Tribute and Mariner remained as well, coming along for the second generation. New body designs, specifically to continue with Ford's other sport utility offerings in the Explorer, Edge, and Expedition, were offered, but most of the Escape's underpinnings remained largely the same. The Escape Hybrid model returned in 2009 and was marketed until the 2012 model year. The Tribute also offered a hybrid model. In the 2012 model year, the Ford Escape entered its third generation. The Mazda Tribute was discontinued (in favor of the in-house CX-5 model) and the Mercury brand had been retired, leaving the Ford Escape as the only vehicle for this third generation. The Escape Hybrid remained as well, but globally the Escape's name changed to Kuga in most markets. High-mileage Escape models from the 2005-2006 model years are often cited as prone to transmission failure. The four-speed automatic is the one most often cited. The Escape otherwise enjoys a reputation as a relatively reliable crossover.

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2019 Ford Escape

The Ford Escape walks the fine line between sporty car-like agility and useful crossover-SUV versatility. It does this well and is one of the better blends of performance and usefulness in the class.

The 2019 Ford Escape updates a few things from the previous model year, adding Sync 3 infotainment in the lower SE trim and making keyless entry and push-button start standard in the SE and SEL trim levels. The Escape is otherwise unchanged.

There aren't many things to dislike about the Escape and its held its age well, despite being one of the older designs in the compact crossover market today. The Escape, last redesigned in 2013, has aged well.

The 2019 Escape is a five-seat compact crossover-SUV offered in four trim levels with three engine choices. Front-wheel drive is standard and all-wheel drive is offered on most trims.

2017 Ford Escape

The 2017 Ford Escape is a good-looking compact crossover-SUV that competes in an arena with some of the best offerings automakers can present. The fast-growing compact segment is a focal point for many manufacturers and Ford has managed to bring its A-game with the little Escape.

The Escape offers a fun demeanor, great exterior look and a choice of three engine options. It's roomy inside, drives well, and has exterior color choices that border on ridiculous in their brightness. The Escape manages to be both contemporary and edgy. We feel it should be on most buyers' shopping lists in this segment.

2015 Ford Escape

The Ford Escape was one of the first "cute-utes" from an American automaker to go head to head with the creators of the genre known as the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V. Unfortunately for buyers of the first few years of the first generation Escape there were multiple recalls and quality was not up to the standards of its competition. Fast forward to this second generation Ford Escape and it's easy to see Ford pulled out all the stops engineering a world class compact family SUV that would please any owner worldwide. And no, it's not a "cute-ute" anymore. It's far too grown up for that.

The 2015 Ford Escape is available in front or all-wheel drive with the choice of three engines—one is a 2.5 liter Duratec 4-cylinder good for 168 horsepower/170 lb. feet of torque, the second is a much more advanced 1.6 liter Ecoboost 4-cylinder which returns 178 horsepower/184 lb. feet of torque and lastly Ford offers a 2.0 liter Ecoboost turbo 4-cylinder boasting 240 horsepower/270 lb. feet of torque. We tested a fully loaded 2.0 liter model in Titanium trim as well as a 1.6 liter model in mid-grade SE trim. So which one did we like more and does the current Escape make a convincing alternative to the Nissan Rogue, Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-5 and Toyota RAV4? Read on to find out.

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2013 Ford Escape

Amid the crowded compact crossover market, the 2013 Ford Escape, all-new and impressively thought out for the 2013 model year, is one of the segment's leaders in style, fuel-efficiency and high-tech features. Offering a choice of peppy and efficient engines, sporty handling and the updated MyFord Touch infotainment system, the new Escape also features an available power liftgate that many families love.

How much is a Ford Escape?

Ford Escape

  • A new Ford Escape's average price is $30,888 and the price range is $25,738 to $38,598
  • A 3-year-old used Ford Escape's average price is $28,081 with a price range of $22,861 to $33,995

See below for the average Ford Escape price across model years.

Ford Escape   2017-2022   $23,747
Ford Escape   2012-2017   $15,931
Ford Escape   2007-2012   $9,011

The average price for a 3-year-old used small and compact SUV is $24,131, with the Ford Escape's price typically $3,950 above average for this vehicle type.

How long do Ford Escapes last?

Ford Escape

  • The Ford Escape is the 6th most reliable vehicle in the small and compact SUV category, with a reliability score of 8.
  • Approximately 0.5% of all Ford Escapes on the road have reached 200,000 miles or more, which compares to an average of 0.9% for the small and compact SUV category
  • The best-ranked small and compact SUV for reliability is the Jeep Wrangler

See below for the reliability scores of various cars in the small and compact SUV category:

Jeep Wrangler   8.5
Honda CR-V   8.5
Subaru Outback   8.4
Subaru Forester   8.1
Toyota RAV4   8.0
Ford Escape   8.0
Jeep Wrangler Unlimited   7.8
Mitsubishi Outlander   7.7
Jeep Cherokee   7.7
Chevrolet Equinox   7.7
Kia Sportage   7.6
Hyundai Tucson   7.5
GMC Terrain   7.5
Nissan Rogue   7.3
Mazda CX-5   7.2
Volkswagen Tiguan   7.0
Jeep Wrangler JK  
Jeep Wrangler JK Unlimited  
Toyota Corolla Cross  
Volkswagen Taos  
Volkswagen Tiguan Limited  
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross  
Ford Bronco Sport  
Hyundai Santa Fe Sport  

Is the Ford Escape a good car?

Ford Escape

  • The Ford Escape earns an ISC quality score of 8.2 based on its reliability, value retention and safety ratings.
  • The Ford Escape is ranked 7th in quality in the small and compact SUV category, with the Hyundai Tucson ranked just above it and the Mitsubishi Outlander ranked just below it
  • The best-ranked small and compact SUV for quality is the Subaru Outback

See our full list of the Best Small SUVs.

Is the Ford Escape safe?

Ford Escape

  • The latest Ford Escape's 5-star NHTSA-based safety rating ranks it 10th for safety in the small and compact SUV category
  • The Ford Escape's rating has averaged 4.6 stars over the past 10 years
  • The Ford Escape's individual crash test scores for 2021 are listed below:
    • Frontal Crash -- 5
    • Side Crash -- 5
    • Rollover -- 4
These scores are based on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) crash tests.

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