Escape vs. Chevy Equinox & Mazda CX5

Compare the Ford Escape to the Chevrolet Equinox and Mazda CX-5

Ford's commitment to performance and versatility shows in the newly redesigned Escape. Returning with agility and plenty creature comforts for drivers and passengers alike, the new Ford Escape is back to take on models like the Mazda CX-5 and Chevrolet Equinox. Bloomer Ford Inc. has a new selection of Escape SUV models in stock and a team of sales professionals ready to assist you today. Our sales associates are here to walk you through side-by-side comparisons of the new Escape and its competitors to help you make the best decision before you buy. We strive to make sure our customers are satisfied and informed at every level of the car-buying process. Get ready to take on your next adventure or daily commute in a new Ford Escape from Bloomer Ford Inc. Continue reading to see how the Escape stacks up to the CX-5 and Equinox, and be sure to stop by our dealership to speak with a sales professional today.

 

The Escape vs. the Equinox

    The Escape and Equinox seat up to five passengers and come with premium materials used through their cabins for ultimate refinement and comfort.
    Both models also come standard with two-wheel drive or available all-wheel drive for better handling and control on adverse terrains.
    These SUVs have towing capacities of 1,500 pounds each, giving you plenty of strength to bring your gear along for the ride.
    The Escape has a lighter curb weight than the Equinox making the Escape agiler on the road.
    In terms of safety, the Escape comes with standard safety features such as a rearview camera, airbags, and Ford's exclusive AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control system.
    The Escape offers more standard power than the Equinox as well. The Escape packs an available 179-horsepower 1.5-liter turbocharged inline-four-cylinder engine while the Equinox's similar engine option only produces 170 horsepower.
 

The Escape vs. the CX-5

    The Ford Escape comes in at a lower MSRP than the Mazda CX-5, giving drivers ample performance and features at a more affordable price.
    Both SUV options have incredible fuel economies for more time on the road between fill-ups. The Escape averages 29 miles per gallon on the highway while the CX-5 averages 31 miles per gallon on the highway.
    The Escape has more available front headroom and legroom than the CX-5 for a more comfortable experience.
    If you're looking for cargo space, the new Escape is your best option. The Escape offers 67.8 cubic-feet of space while the CX-5 only offers 59.6 cubic-feet of space.
    The Escape also has a larger full tank capacity than the CX-5 as well.
    Both models come with efficient 2.5-liter inline-four cylinder engines standard paired with automatic transmissions to channel their power.

Visit Bloomer Ford Inc.

For more information and to get behind the wheel of your new Ford Escape, make the short drive over to Bloomer Ford Inc. Your satisfaction is vital to our success, and we want to pair you your new Escape in no time. While you're here, be sure to stop by our available finance department as well. Our finance department is here to get you approved and on the road while staying within your budget. If you're seeking to purchase or lease, let us help you find the best Ford financing options available. Customers are also encouraged to complete an online finance application from home and get pre-approved in minutes. When it's time to have your Escape serviced or repaired, we also have a dedicated service department. Our certified technicians are here to keep your vehicle in pristine condition for years to come. Contact us or stop by for more information and available specials today, and see why so many customers have made us their local Ford destination.

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