When you're comparing new Ford SUVs to see which Ford is best for you, be sure to take a good close look at the 2020 Ford Escape and the 2020 Ford Edge. Each of these new Ford models was designed to simplify your every drive thanks to capable Ford Escape specs and innovative 2020 Edge interior amenities, while the new Edge configurations and 2020 Escape dimensions provide plenty of versatility and space. While both Ford SUVs for sale are excellent models, one may be a better fit for your lifestyle than the other. Compare the 2020 Ford Edge vs. 2020 Ford Escape with us, then continue comparing these Ford SUVs to the Toyota RAV4 and see what makes them stand out from the pack.
|2020 Ford Escape
|2020 Toyota RAV4
|2020 Ford Edge
|1.5-Liter EcoBoost® Engine
|2.5-Liter 4-Cylinder Engine
|Twin-Scroll 2.0-Liter EcoBoost® Engine
|Standard Safety System
|Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0
|Standard Infotainment System
|SYNC® 3 & FordPass Connect™
|SYNC® 3 & FordPass Connect™ with 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot
|Passenger Volume (cu. ft.)
|2nd-Row Legroom (in.)
|Cargo Volume Behind First Row (cu. ft.)
|Max Towing Capacity (lbs.)
Visit our Ford dealership in Mobile, AL, to test-drive the 2020 Ford Edge and 2020 Ford Escape SUVs to see firsthand which is best for you. To start, the 2020 Ford Escape is a compact crossover, which means it's a bit smaller than the 2020 Ford Edge. Altogether, the 2020 Escape dimensions offer 104 cubic feet of passenger space while the 2020 Edge passenger volume is 113.9 cubic feet. The new Ford Edge also has more cargo space than the Ford Escape, offering 73.4 cubic feet of cargo volume behind the first row compared to 65.4 cubic feet in the Escape. However, if you're concerned about passengers being seated comfortably, don't be! Both the Ford Edge and Ford Escape have room for up to 5 people, and each SUV offers just over 40 inches of rear legroom for your taller passengers.
If you need a little bit more space for daily passengers, the 2020 Ford Edge interior might be best for you. But, if you need a compact crossover to navigate tight city streets and weave in and out of traffic easily, the 2020 Ford Escape may be a better choice.
If you've been wondering about the differences between the Ford Edge and Escape vs. the Toyota RAV4, be sure to visit our Alabama Ford dealer. We can tell you everything you need to know! To start, the base Toyota RAV4 price falls between the Ford Escape and Ford Edge starting MSRPs -- the Toyota RAV4 is more expensive than the 2020 Ford Escape but less than the base price of the Ford Edge. Is the Ford Escape bigger than a RAV4? The answer is yes, as the new 2020 Escape offers 104 cubic feet of passenger volume while the RAV4 only offers 98.9.
Meanwhile, both the new Ford Escape and 2020 Edge come equipped with the smart tech and safety features you crave. Both Ford models come standard with Ford Co-Pilot360™. In the 2020 Ford Escape, this means you get standard systems like Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking, a Lane-Keeping System and BLIS® with Cross-Traffic Alert. In the new Ford Edge, there are even more standard features, such as Auto Start-Stop Technology and Hill Start Assist.
If you're still questioning which Ford SUV is best for you, take a trip to our Ford dealership in Mobile, AL! The Mullinax Ford of Mobile team would be happy to answer any questions you might have about these Ford Edge specs, Ford Escape colors and everything in between. Don't forget, when you buy from a Mullinax Ford dealership, you'll be able to take advantage of our Up Front® Pricing policy, too. This means that when you buy from us, prices are completely transparent and you won't pay any dealer fees! Stop by today to shop our huge selection of new Ford SUVs for sale.
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