The Ford Escape attracts former customers of the Fusion and Focus sedans.
After the discontinuation of those two in America, their customers have switched to other accessible models of the brand – the Ford Escape crossover and the Maverick pickup.
So, a significant number of those who owned Ford’s traditional economy sedans have found the Escape and Maverick to be appealing alternatives.
It looks like we don’t have to worry that Ford has lost customers with the Focus and Fusion leaving. The Ford Maverick’s ‘career’ on the market is developing quite well. The Ford Escape was and continues to be a bestseller.
Furthermore, the refreshed 2023 Ford Escape is arriving soon (debuted last month). Ford builds the model at the Louisville Assembly Plant in Kentucky. It is available to order now and will reach dealerships early next year.
The 2023 Ford Escape offers a new stylish ST-Line series, a 13.2-inch display with cloud-connected SYNC 4 tech, and new advanced driver-assistance systems.
Only 2 of 15 small SUVs tested by the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS) have gained the top tier ‘good’ rating, and the new Escape is one of those two.
Its popular features include hybrid and plug-in hybrid engine choices and a sliding second-row seat with more legroom than the Toyota Sequoia.
Source: Ford Authority