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Monthly Update for May 2017 - 2017 Ford Escape

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,112
edited June 2017 in Ford
imageMonthly Update for May 2017 - 2017 Ford Escape

We drove about 1,700 miles in our 2017 Ford Escape this month. Its fuel economy is still underwhelming, but maybe not as bad as we were previously reporting.

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Comments

  • canddmeyercanddmeyer Posts: 410
    Thanks for the update.
  • prndlolprndlol Posts: 140
    That steering wheels does look a little Nerf-y for 32K.
  • agentorangeagentorange Posts: 893
    " I'll also follow up on a comment left on a prior update in which a reader asked if we've been filling up with regular or premium gas. We've put premium 91 octane gas in a few times, but the vast majority of fill-ups have been with regular."

    After my experiences with a turbo-charged Volvo, I have to say that regular gas is a false economy. I see the mindset that only "prestige" cars take premium is alive and well at Edmunds even after the Chevy Cruze proved that turbos run best with premium.
  • canddmeyercanddmeyer Posts: 410
    Where's the June update?
  • palmetto3palmetto3 Posts: 2
    My rental Escape in Miami was a bad choice.We had to start it up early just to let it cool off enough for rear seat passengers.At least I had a cool right hand on the steering wheel.
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