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Looking at purchasing an Escape

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  • colero1colero1 Posts: 2
    Oops! Just a little disgruntled over my rotten Ford! I hope this person steered clear of a crappy product. If not they probably figured out the mistake and unloaded it by now...
  • bj02176bj02176 Posts: 115
    I agree, 2010 Escape, crap compared to my 2005 Escape.

    Traded!!!!
  • hackattack5hackattack5 Posts: 315
    edited April 2011
    Nope I have 3 Fords in my garage. 1996 Mustang 200,000 miles runs like a scalded dog. 2010 Fusion 20,000 miles no problems and I have a 2011 Escape 7000 miles averaging 28MPG runs like a cat in a room full of rocking chairs. You can Bash Ford all you want but I am going to guess that you did get a bad one but all manufactures have this issue. Good luck to you in whatever you replaced your Escape with.
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  • kqqlkatkqqlkat Posts: 2
    Hello Auburnnette, yes every car seems to have some problems. Its just choose one that has the least. Today I bought a Ford Escape and it is my first SUV. My last 3 cars were Toyotas (one every 10 years till this last piece of ............) Never again on Toyota. I have been researching and driving vehicles for over 2 months and have always come back to this car. I just had a sigh of AHHHHHHHHHHH driving it home today. Hope you fall in love with it just as I did.
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