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A small SUV produced by Ford since model year 2001. It was the basis of the Mercury Mariner and Mazda Tribute. Known as the Ford Kuga in the European market.

History

The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's Ford Escape page on 21 May 2017, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

The Ford Escape is a compact crossover vehicle sold by Ford since 2000 over three generations. Ford released the original model in 2000 for the 2001 model year—a model jointly developed and released with Mazda of Japan—who took a lead in the engineering of the two models and sold their version as the Mazda Tribute. Although the Escape and Tribute share the same underpinnings constructed from the Ford CD2 platform (based on Mazda GF underpinnings), the only panels common to the two vehicles are the roof and floor pressings. Powertrains were supplied by Mazda with respect to the base inline-four engine, with Ford providing the optional V6. At first, the twinned models were assembled by Ford in the US for North American consumption, with Mazda in Japan supplying cars for other markets. This followed a long history of Mazda-derived Fords, starting with the Ford Courier in the 1970s. Ford also sold the first generation Escape in Europe and China as the Ford Maverick, replacing the previous Nissan-sourced model. Then in 2004, for the 2005 model year, Ford's luxury Mercury division released a rebadged version called the Mercury Mariner, sold mainly in North America. The first iteration Escape remains notable as the first SUV to offer a hybrid drivetrain option, released in 2004 for the 2005 model year to North American markets only.

Mainstream production of the first generation Escape/Tribute ended in late 2006. For Asia-Pacific markets, both received respective facelifts in 2006 and had production fully transferred to Ford Lio Ho in Taiwan. Extended production of the Mazda lasted until 2010, with the Ford lingering on until 2012.

Second generations of the Ford Escape, Mercury Mariner, and Mazda Tribute were released in 2007 for the 2008 model year, but mostly restricted to North America. In other markets, the first generation models were either replaced by updated first series versions built in Taiwan, and/or by the unrelated Mazda CX-7 (2006) and Ford Kuga (2008). The North American second generations were merely reskins of the first, with carry-over mechanicals, but with restyled hanging panels and a redesigned interior. Unlike the collaborative approach taken with the previous model, this time the design and engineering was carried out by Ford. A hybrid option was again available. The Mercury version lasted until late 2010, withdrawn from the market as part of the closure of the Mercury brand, with Mazda's Tribute ending production in late 2011. Ford ended manufacture of the second series Escape in 2012.

Ford released a third generation in 2012 for the 2013 model year, again, limited to North America. This time, rather than issuing an indigenous, albeit Mazda-derived model, Ford merged the Escape with the Ford Kuga designed in Europe. Although still manufactured in the US, and fitted with slightly different powertrains, the third generation Escape is fully aligned with the Kuga as per the "One Ford" plan of having only one vehicle per segment internationally.

First generation (2000–2006)

The first generation Ford Escape was released in 2000 for the 2001 model year. It was jointly developed with Mazda, in which Ford owned a controlling interest, and was released simultaneously with the Mazda Tribute. Both are built on the Ford CD2 platform, in turn based on the Mazda GF platform.

At the time, larger sport utility vehicles tended to use pickup truck-based, body-on-frame designs. Other car makers, Jeep and Toyota, had been offering smaller unibody designs, the Jeep Cherokee (XJ) and RAV4, respectively. Solid rear axles were commonly used due to their ability to carry heavy loads at the expense of a comfortable ride and good handling. Ford and Mazda then decided to offer a car-like, unibody design with a fully independent suspension and rack and pinion steering, the Escape. Although not meant for serious off-roading, a full-time all-wheel-drive (AWD) system supplied by Dana was optional, which included a locking center differential activated by a switch on the dashboard. The AWD system normally sends most of the power from the engine to the front wheels. If slipping is detected at the front, more power will be sent to the rear wheels in a fraction of a second. The four wheel drive system was a newer version of Ford's "Control Trac" 4x4 system, dubbed the Control Trac II 4WD in the Escape. This system allowed the front wheels to receive 100% of the torque until a slip was detected. Using a Rotary Blade Coupling, the rear wheels could be sent up to 100% of the power in fractions of a second. When switching the system from "Auto" to "On," the front and rear axles are locked at a 50/50 split; the reaction time necessary to engage the rear wheels is reduced via an integrated bypass clutch. The Control Trac II system allows for a four-wheel drive vehicle without the use of a center differential. The entire braking system was built by Continental Teves, including the ABS and various related suspension components. CKD production began in 2002 at Ford Lio Ho Motor Co. in Taiwan for various Asian markets.

One main difference between the Tribute and the Ford Escape is that the Tribute's suspension is tuned for a firmer ride than the Escape, in order to correspond with Mazda's sporty image.

Second generation (2007–2012)

The second generation Ford Escape debuted at the 2006 Los Angeles International Auto Show. The North American-market Escape and its Mazda Tribute and Mercury Mariner siblings were redesigned in order to stay competitive with other new compact SUVs, however most of the internals have been carried over for the 2008 model year. The Escape still uses the CD2 platform. Ford also included an electronic stability control system standard on the 2008 Escape.

The updated Escape received some styling cues from the Explorer, Edge, and Expedition. Changes include a new grille with larger headlamps in the front fascia, while the sides were revised with cleaner lines and rounder wheel arches. The interior is also completely redesigned, including the newest standard Ford family navigation system.

The 2008 Escape and its Mercury Mariner sibling were the first vehicles to feature Ford's pull-drift steering mode, an enhancement made possible by applying software control to the Electric Power Steering (EPS) system.

On June 23, 2010, it was announced that Ford will end production on the second generation Escape in 2011 and move production to its Louisville Assembly Plant in Louisville, Kentucky, where it is slated to be succeeded by a Taiwanese version of its European CUV counterpart, the Ford Kuga.

Third generation (2013–present)

The third generation was designed by Ford of Europe alongside the largely identical European-market Ford Kuga. It was released to North American markets in 2012 for the 2013 model year. Other markets that previously used the "Escape" nameplate have switched to "Kuga" under the "One Ford" program.


Multimedia

11 May 2017
14-36001 Aline Miller v. Ford Motor Co.
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
The Ford Motor Company appeals the district court's summary judgment in favor of Aline Miller in Miller's diversity products liability action alleging a defect in Miller's vehicle, a Ford Escape that was manufactured and sold by Ford.
Download 14-36001 Aline Miller v. Ford Motor Co. - 117MB - 34:22


Photographs

Ford Escape Rear Window Decal by Signazon Rear Window Decal by Signazon.com
View photo of Ford Escape with Rear Window Decal by Signazon - 6.1MB
Ford Escape Harley-Davidson Edition Harley-Davidson Edition
Photo ©2011 Bill Crittenden
Dave Green turned a Ford Escape into a one-off Harley-Davidson Edition
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Ford Escape Harley-Davidson Edition Harley-Davidson Edition
Photo ©2011 Bill Crittenden
Dave Green turned a Ford Escape into a one-off Harley-Davidson Edition
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Ford Escape Harley-Davidson Edition Harley-Davidson Edition
Photo ©2011 Bill Crittenden
Dave Green turned a Ford Escape into a one-off Harley-Davidson Edition
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Ford Escape Taillight Photo ©2011 Bill Crittenden
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Rush University Medical Center Security Ford Escape Rush University Medical Center Security
Photo ©2012 Bill Crittenden
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Checker Taxi Ford Escape Checker Taxi
Photo ©2012 Bill Crittenden
View photo of Checker Taxi Ford Escape - 4.4MB
Grainger Ford Escape Grainger
Photo ©2010 Bill Crittenden
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Grainger Ford Escape Grainger
Photo ©2010 Bill Crittenden
View photo of Grainger Ford Escape - 273KB
Service Experts Ford Escape Service Experts
Photo ©2015 Bill Crittenden
View photo of Service Experts Ford Escape - 3.8MB
Service Experts Ford Escape Service Experts
Photo ©2015 Bill Crittenden
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Royal 3 CCC Chicago Taxi Cab Assocation Ford Escape Royal 3 CCC Chicago Taxi Cab Assocation
Photo ©2012 Bill Crittenden
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Royal 3 CCC Chicago Taxi Cab Assocation Ford Escape Royal 3 CCC Chicago Taxi Cab Assocation
Photo ©2012 Bill Crittenden
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American United Taxi Ford Escape American United Taxi
Photo ©2012 Bill Crittenden
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City of Chicago Parking Enforcement Ford Escape City of Chicago Parking Enforcement
Photo ©2012 Bill Crittenden
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lite fm 93.9 Diet Pepsi Patrol Ford Escape lite fm 93.9 "Diet Pepsi Patrol"
Photo ©2012 Bill Crittenden
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Chicago O'Hare International Airport Ford Escape Chicago O'Hare International Airport
Photo ©2013 Bill Crittenden
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Chicago Aviation Police Ford Escape Chicago Aviation Police
Photo ©2013 Bill Crittenden
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2012 Ford Escape 2012
2012 New York International Auto Show
Photo courtesy BlueSpringsFordParts.com
View photo of 2012 Ford Escape - 289KB
2013 Ford Escape SEL 4WD 2013 SEL 4WD
Photo ©2013 Bill Crittenden
2013 Woodstock High School Car Show
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2013 Ford Escape SEL 4WD 2013 SEL 4WD
Photo ©2013 Bill Crittenden
2013 Woodstock High School Car Show
View photo of 2013 Ford Escape SEL 4WD - 4.3MB
2015 Ford Escape Titanium Ecoboost 4WD 2015 Titanium Ecoboost 4WD
Photo ©2015 Bill Crittenden
Woodstock High School/Bull Valley Ford Drive 4UR School Event
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2015 Ford Escape Titanium Ecoboost 4WD 2015 Titanium Ecoboost 4WD
Photo ©2015 Bill Crittenden
Woodstock High School/Bull Valley Ford Drive 4UR School Event
View photo of 2013 Ford Escape Titanium Ecoboost 4WD - 2.9MB
2015 Ford Escape Titanium Ecoboost 4WD 2015 Titanium Ecoboost 4WD
Photo ©2015 Bill Crittenden
Woodstock High School/Bull Valley Ford Drive 4UR School Event
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Documents


From: Ford Motor Company
To: All U.S. Ford and Lincoln Dealers
DateDocument Name & DetailsDocuments
June 2001Remote Advanced Occupant Protection System Investigation
Vehicle - 2001 Ford Escape
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 576KB - 11 pages
4 June 2003Safety Compliance Testing for FMVSS No. 301L: Fuel System Integrity
2003 Ford Escape MPV
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 5.4MB - 65 pages
July 2004On scene Investigation / Vehicle to Object
2005 Ford Escape
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 1,153KB - 15 pages
8 October 2004Vehicle Safety Compliance Testing for FMVSS 208, Occupant Crash Protection; FMVSS 212, Windshield Mounting; FMVSS 219, Windshield Intrustion (Partial); FMVSS 301, Fuel System Integrity
2005 Ford Escape MPV
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 21.3MB - 383 pages
December 2004SCI/NASS Combination 208-Compliant Vehicle Investigation
Vehicle - 2005 Ford Escape
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 1,007KB - 13 pages
classified date 2005Special Crash Investigation Report
Case Vehicle: 2002 Ford Escape XLT, 4-door SUV
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 8.1MB - 113 pages
April 2005On-Site Certified Advanced 208 Compliant Vehicle Crash Investigation
2005 Ford Escape
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 2,135KB - 17 pages
August 2005Calspan On-Site Certified Advanced 208-Compliant Vehicle Crash Investigation
Subject Vehicle - 2005 Ford Escape
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 137KB - 13 pages
December 2005Safety Compliance Testing for FMVSS 201: Occupant Protection in Interior Impact, Upper Interior Head Impact Protection
2005 Ford Escape, 4-Door
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 5.2MB - 172 pages
classified date 2006Special Crash Investigation Report
Case Vehicle: 2002 Ford Escape XLT, 4-door SUV, 4x4
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 8.0MB - 114 pages
14 July 2006Safety Compliance Testing for FMVSS 225: "Child Restraint Anchorage Systems"
2005 Ford Escape
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 6.0MB - 90 pages
September 2006Calspan On-Site Side Impact Inflatable Occupant Protection System Investigation
Subject Vehicle - 2005 Ford Escape
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 170KB - 15 pages
September 2007Calspan On-Site Side Impact Inflatable Occupant Protection Investigation
Vehicle: 2007 Ford Escape
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 177KB - 16 pages
28 March 2008Safety Compliance Testing for FMVSS 135: Passenger Car Brake Systems
2008 Ford Escape Hybrid FWD, 4-Door Liftback, MPV
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 14.3MB - 78 pages
August 2008Calspan On-Site Rollover Crash Investigation
Vehicle: 2006 Ford Escape
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 132KB - 12 pages
August 2008On-Site Hybrid Vehicle Investigation
Vehicle - 2008 Ford Escape Hybrid
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 2,771KB - 16 pages
October 2008Calspan On-Site Office of Defects Investigation Rollover Crash Investigation
Vehicle - 2007 Ford Escape XLT
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 462KB - 16 pages
September 2008On-Site Rollover Investigation
Vehicle - 2008 Ford Escape XLT
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 1,574KB - 12 pages
September 2008On-Site Rollover Investigation
Vehicle - 2008 Ford Escape XLT
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 2,122KB - 15 pages
1 October 2008Safety Compliance Testing for FMVSS 301R: Fuel System Integrity - Rear Impact
2008 Ford Escape Hybrid
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 58.2MB - 79 pages
February 2009On-Site Hybrid Vehicle Investigation
Vehicle - 2008 Ford Escape Hybrid
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 2,422KB - 17 pages
February 2009On-Site Rollover Investigation
2009 Ford Escape XLT
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 1,172KB - 16 pages
March 2009Calspan On-Site Hybrid Vehicle Crash Investigation
Vehicle: 2006 Ford Escape Hybrid
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 307KB - 15 pages
July 2009Calspan On-Site Rollover Crash Investigation
Vehicle: 2008 Ford Escape XLT
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 593KB - 15 pages
September 2009On-Site Rollover Investigation
2008 Ford Escape
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 941KB - 17 pages
November 2009On-Site Rollover Investigation
2008 Ford Escape Hybrid
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 1,811KB - 17 pages
December 2009On-Site Side Impact Inflatable Occupant Protection Investigation
Vehicle - 2008 Ford Escape XLT
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 1,520KB - 13 pages
January 2010On-Site Rollover Investigation
2008 Ford Escape Hybrid
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 2,356KB - 19 pages
June 2010On-Site Other Inflatable Occupant Protection Investigation
Vehicle - Ford Escape XLT
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 1,371KB - 17 pages
October 2010On-Site Office of Defects Investigation Air Bag Non-Deployment Investigation
Vehicle - 2007 Ford Escape XLT
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 2,306KB - 14 pages
27 October 2010Vehicle Safety Compliance Testing for FMVSS 208, Occupant Crash Protection; FMVSS 212, Windshield Mounting; FMVSS 219, Windshield Intrustion (Partial); FMVSS 301, Fuel System Integrity; FMVSS 305, Electrolyte Spillage & Electrical Shock Protection
2009 Ford Escape Hybrid MPV
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 51.9MB - 339 pages
25 July 2012Ford Motor Company (Ford) Recall No. 12S37 - Certain 2001 through 2004 model year Ford Escape vehicles equipped with 3.0L V6 engines and speed control - potential interference between the engine cover and the speed control cable connector
From: Steven Kenner, Ford Motor Company
To: Nancy Lewis, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 834KB - 3 pages
25 July 2012NHTSA Recall 12V353000
2001-2004 Ford Escape
Engine And Engine Cooling
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Recall Page - 1 page
26 July 2012Speed Control Cable Connector Interference
From: Jennifer Timian, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
To: Steve Kenner, Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 50KB - 2 pages
26 July 2012Safety Recall 12S37 Certain 2001-2004 Model Year Escape Vehicles with 3.0L Engine and Speed Control Engine Cover Modification
From: Michael A. Berardi, Ford Motor Company
To: All U.S. Ford and Lincoln Dealers
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 1.7MB - 12 pages
August 2012Certain 2001-2004 Model Year Escape Vehicles With 3.0L Engine and Speed Control — Engine Cover Modification Attachment III
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 330KB - 4 pages
August 2012Customer Information Sheet
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 58KB - 1 page
August 2012Safety Recall 12S37 Acknowledgement of Interim Service Offer
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 52KB - 1 page
August 2012Safety Recall Notice 12537 / NHTSA Recall 12V-353
From: Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 462KB - 2 pages
August 2012Safety Recall Notice 12S37 / NHTSA Recall 12V-353
From: Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 72KB - 3 pages
22 August 2012Safety Recall 12S37 - Supplement #1 Certain 2001-2004 Model Year Escape Vehicles with 3.0L Engine and Speed Control Engine Cover Modification
From: Michael A. Berardi, Ford Motor Company
To: All U.S. Ford and Lincoln Dealers
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 2.2MB - 14 pages
September 2012Safety Recall Notice 12539 / NHTSA Recall 12V-431
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V431000

PDF
- 405KB - 2 pages
19 September 2012Safety Recall 12S37 - Supplement #2 Certain 2001-2004 Model Year Escape Vehicles with 3.0L Engine and Speed Control Engine Cover Modification
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 1.5MB - 10 pages
4 September 2012Ford Motor Company (Ford) Recall No. 12S39 - Certain 2013 model year Escape vehicles equipped with 1.6L engines - engine cylinder head cup plug
From: Steven M. Kenner, Ford Motor Company
To: Nancy Lewis, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 12V431000

PDF
- 616KB - 3 pages
4 September 2012NHTSA Recall 12V431000
2013 Ford Escape
Engine And Engine Cooling
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Recall Page - 1 page
5 September 2012Cup (Freeze) Plug
From: Jennifer Timian, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
To: Steve Kenner, Ford Motor CompanyNHTSA Recall 12V431000

PDF
- 48KB - 2 pages
October 2012Recall Reminder: Cylinder Head Cup Plug Repair
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V431000

PDF
- 95KB - 1 page
October 2012Safety Recall Notice 12537/ NHTSA Recall 12V-353
From: Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 432KB - 2 pages
30 October 2012Quarterly Completion Report - Third Quarter 2012 - Pursuant to 49 CFR Part 573.7
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 2.4MB - 3 pages
30 October 2012Quarterly Completion Report - Third Quarter 2012 - Pursuant to 49 CFR Part 573.7
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V431000

PDF
- 1.1MB - 3 pages
30 January 2013Quarterly Completion Report - Fourth Quarter 2012 - Pursuant to 49 CFR Part 573.7
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 241KB - 3 pages
30 January 2013Quarterly Completion Report - Fourth Quarter 2012 - Pursuant to 49 CFR Part 573.7
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V431000

PDF
- 241KB - 3 pages
30 April 2013Quarterly Completion Report - First Quarter 2013 - Pursuant to 49 CFR Part 573.7
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 78KB - 3 pages
30 April 2013Quarterly Completion Report - First Quarter 2013 - Pursuant to 49 CFR Part 573.7
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V431000

PDF
- 78KB - 3 pages
28 June 2013IN RE Ford Motor Company
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 904KB - 4 pages
26 July 2013Quarterly Completion Report - Second Quarter 2013 - Pursuant to 49 CFR Part 573.7
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 546KB - 2 pages
26 July 2013Quarterly Completion Report - Second Quarter 2013 - Pursuant to 49 CFR Part 573.7
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V431000

PDF
- 546KB - 2 pages
October 2013*** IMPORTANT SAFETY RECALL REMINDER ***
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 641KB - 2 pages
October 2013IMPORTANT SAFETY RECALL REMINDER
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V431000

PDF
- 400KB - 1 page
30 January 2014Quarterly Completion Report - Fourth Quarter 2013 - Pursuant to 49 CFR Part 573.7
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 87KB - 2 pages
30 January 2014Quarterly Completion Report - Fourth Quarter 2013 - Pursuant to 49 CFR Part 573.7
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V431000

PDF
- 87KB - 2 pages
October 2014*** IMPORTANT SAFETY RECALL REMINDER ***
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 619KB - 2 pages
October 2014* * * IMPORTANT SAFETY RECALL REMINDER * * *
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V431000

PDF
- 595KB - 2 pages
September 2015*** IMPORTANT SAFETY RECALL REMINDER ***
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 413KB - 2 pages
November 2015* * * IMPORTANT SAFETY RECALL REMINDER * * *
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V431000

PDF
- 372KB - 2 pages
August 2016*** IMPORTANT SAFETY RECALL REMINDER ***
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 262KB - 2 pages
November 2016URGENT SAFETY RECALL
Ford Motor Company
NHTSA Recall 12V353000

PDF
- 372KB - 2 pages


Article Index

DateArticleAuthor/Source
17 June 2004Ford Unveils Hybrid SUV John Birchard, VOA News
6 June 2006Ford Escape Hybrid Given To ChicagoChuck Smith
14 July 2006Ford Escape Hybrid Technology Clinic Given To Las VegasTerry Brown
26 July 2006New Events From Ford: The Escape Hybrid Technology ClinicJay Stevens
2 August 2006Ford Escape Hybrid Technology Clinic comes to SacramentoJason Moore
3 August 2006Sacramento To Receive Ford Escape Hybrid Tech ClinicJay Stevens
12 August 2006Austin Receives Ford Escape Hybrid Case Taxi StudyJay Stevens
28 May 2008Ford Escape with a Hybrid EngineAnthony Fontanelle
17 December 20092010 Ford Escape Hybrid: Places to Go, Keeping them GreenWayne Scraba
24 July 2012Denial of Motor Vehicle Defect Petition and Petition for a HearingDavid Strickland
16 November 2012A Guide To Buying A Used Ford EscapeRaia Anne Martin
6 February 2013Used Escape - Best Ford Quality You Can AffordLiza Reese Oliver


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