Ford’s compact SUV, the Ford Escape, got a remodeling for 2017, dealing with the growing prevalence of smaller SUVs.
“One-third of all automobiles sold in the United States is an SUV,” stated Ford representative Kate Pearce. “And little SUVs, the sector that Escape plays in, is actually representing 17 percent of the market.”
The designing of the new Escape was gently ungraded as we can see, however the technology was provided a huge upgrade.
Ford has introduced Sync 3 in the brand-new compact SUV, which included new safety systems to keep cars in the lane or out of accidents. It likewise used a simple touch-screen user interface and better connection, including app-based convenience that individuals can use to display material located on the dash screen through their phones.
Furthermore, Ford likewise presented an app that enables users to start their vehicle, schedule dealer services and more. As per the Ford, the app is hack-proof.
With competitors coming on strong from many brands, remaining fresh was necessary to Ford.
Kia’s most recent Sportage SUV had huge changes for 2016 that benefited in both designing and content.
The Escape is not too far behind, and with technology upgrades for 2017, it’s moving slightly ahead for purchases who desire the most recent tech.