2013 Ford Escape Pricing Released, Will Start at $23,295

2013 Ford Escape

When Ford redesigned its Escape SUV for the 2013 model year, it ditched the box on wheels look, trading creases for curves wherever possible. Now proudly displaying a front fascia and rising bodyline that brings the small ute more in line with the brand’s corporate design language, Ford switched up the identifying trim levels and added a full-zoot Titanium model.

The 2013 Escape will adopt the S, SE, SEL, and Titantium trim-level nomenclature used in Ford’s lineup of cars and crossovers.  Also changing will be the availability of a manual transmission; the 2013 comes only with a six-speed auto. Although the stick shift is gone, the base price of the Escape with an auto has dropped by $200. Base S models are available only with the 2.5-liter inline-four that carries over from 2012; the rest of the range has an option of 1.6- or 2.0-liter EcoBoost fours. All-wheel drive will continue to be an option on SE, SEL, and Titanium models for an additional $1750.

Base prices are as follows:

  • S: $23,295
  • SE: $25,895 includes: Sync voice-activated communication system, USB port, satellite radio, MyFord with four-inch color display.
  • SEL: $28,695 includes: Leather-trimmed and 10-way power driver’s seat, heated front seats, automatic dual-zone climate control.
  • Titanium: $31,195 includes: hands-free automatic liftgate, HID headlamps, 10-speaker Sony audio system, MyFord Touch.


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