Although Ford claims that the prices listed are “for survey purposes only and are subject to change,” they will most likely not change much, if at all.
The base Escape S is listed at $22,720. It comes with a 168-hp 2.5L four-cylinder mated to a 6-speed automatic that sends its power to the front wheels.
Stepping up to the Escape SE starts at $25,320. The SE is available with either the 173-hp 1.6L or 237-hp 2.0L EcoBoost engines with either front or all-wheel-drive. The SE trim also adds Ford’s SYNC system, keyless entry dual chrome exhaust and body-colored trim exterior pieces.
The Escape SEL starts at $28,120 and adds leather seats and the MyFord Touch system.
The top of the line Escape Titanium starts at $30,620 and adds a 10-speaker HD radio audio system, 19-inch wheels and remote start. Adding all the options like the panorama roof, parking technology package and navigation system on the all-wheel-drive Titanium model pushes the final price around $37,000.