2012 Ford Escape Hybrid absolutely present the great gas mileage ratings when compare to other affordable compact SUV. This green crossover brings the pros, likes rugged exterior style, interior complete with high-technology features, transmission shift get smoothly and excellent fuel economy even best in its class surely. But, there are still some shortcomings from rear seat without reclining & sliding, mediocre towing capability, and the rivals offer better for interior quality. In 2012 Ford Escape, there are two Hybrid models, the base Hybrid and Hybrid Limited.
2012 Ford Escape Hybrid Performance
The engine type of 2012 Ford Escape Hybrid using two kinds: 2.5L Atkinson-cycle I-4 engine that delivers 155-horsepower @ 6,000 rpm and permanent-magnet AC-synchronous electric motor that generates 94-hp @ 5,000 rpm, so it has 177 net horsepower.
2012 Ford Escape Hybrid Gas Mileage
Divided within two drivetrains for 2012 Ford Escape Hybrid EPA-estimated fuel economy (city/highway/combined):
- 2012 Ford Escape Hybrid FWD at 34/31/32 mpg
- 2012 Ford Escape Hybrid 4WD at 30/27/29 mpg
2012 Ford Escape Hybrid Features
The all-new 2012 Ford Escape Hybrid, both base Hybrid and Hybrid Limited set the standard features: complex reflector headlamps, autolamp feature, fog lamps, power side mirrors with manual fold, integrated blind spot mirrors, power door locks, liftgate flip-up glass, solar-tinted glass, privacy glass (for rear doors, quarter, & liftgate windows), variable intermittent front windshield wipers, rear window defroster and a two-speed wiper and washer, Easy Fuelâ„¢ Capless Fuel Filler, dual-zone Electronic Automatic Temperature Control, Ice Blueâ„¢ interior lighting, top-of-dash display, leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel with cruise & secondary audio controls, power windows with one-touch down on the driver’s side, auto-dimming interior rearview mirror, message center, compass & outside temperature display, center console, center dome with map lights & a rear cargo area lamp, C-pillar mounted coat hook, Battery Saver, dual illuminated vanity mirror visors, MyKeyâ„¢, power points (one in each row), carpeted front & rear floor mats, audio input jack, AM/FM Stereo with single CD player & 4-speakers, SiriusXMÂ® Satellite Radio, voice-activated SYNCÂ®, 60/40 split-fold rear bench seat, 6-way power driver’s seat, and map pockets on front seatbacks.
2012 Ford Escape Hybrid
Standard highlight features of 2012 Ford Escape Hybrid provides from 16-inch five-spoke cast aluminum wheels, black roof rack side rails, black mirrors, black door handles, overhead console with dual storage bins, and Eco-Friendly Seats. Then, the optional features, there are black roof rack crossbars, integrated side step bars, power moonroof, remote start system, cargo area protector, and voice-activated navigation system with SiriusXM Trafficâ„¢/Travel Linkâ„¢/HD Radio.
2012 Ford Escape Hybrid Limited
The 2012 Ford Escape Hybrid Limited gives the highlight standard features are rear view camera, heated side mirrors, Chrome upper/lower grille & liftgate garnish, roof rack side rails with Chrome inserts, black roof rack crossbars, body-color mirror skull caps, body-color door handles, power moonroof, ambient lighting, Chrome-trimmed shifter knob, retractable cargo cover, Universal Garage Door Opener, heated front seats, and premium leather-trimmed seats. Next, the optional features: Active Park Assist, Reverse Sensing System, integrated side step bars, remote start system, cargo area protector, and voice-activated navigation system with SiriusXM Trafficâ„¢/Travel Linkâ„¢/HD Radio.
2012 Ford Escape Hybrid Prices
Here are the MSRP starting prices for 2012 Ford Escape Hybrid model.
- 2012 Ford Escape Hybrid has the starting prices at $30,570 MSRP
- 2012 Ford Escape Hybrid Limited has the starting prices at $33,080 MSR
Please, see more details information about Ford Escape Hybrid 2012 at your Ford local dealer.
2012 Ford Escape Hybrid Competitors
When competes in the affordable compact SUV, Ford Escape Hybrid 2012 has a lot of rivals in its class. There are Kia Sportage, GMC Terrain, Jeep Wrangler, Nissan Rogue, Chevrolet Equinox, Honda CR-V, Ford Escape, and more. Of course, its offer best fuel efficient as the hybrid car among other competitors.