Ford Motor Company Announces the Tentative Price of the 2013 Ford Escape


Ford Motor Company has recently released the tentative pricing of the 2013 Ford Escape on the company’s site. This simply means that the figures included on the page will most likely change since these were placed there for survey purposes. This particular move was actually used by Ford as a means of gathering data from potential buyers. Ford Motors will surely use the data obtained from potential buyers as the company’s basis in deciding the final prices of the existing trims of the 2013 Ford Escape.

Aside from the tentative prices that were found on the site, Ford has also provided some of the specs of each trim to further generate pricing suggestions and recommendations from buyers who would surely purchase their own unit of the 2013 Ford Escape as long as they think that the prices are fair enough.

Since the 2013 Ford Escape is made up of 3 trim levels, Ford has come up with tentative prices for each of these. The cheapest trim is the 2013 Ford Escape S. This model has a starting price of $22,470. The price is applicable only to the S trim that is powered by a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine with a front-wheel drive system and equipped with all the standard equipments. The starting price does not include the destination charge and due to this the price is expected to increase as soon as the additional charges are incorporated in this.

The 2013 Ford Escape SE that is offered with two engine options is more expensive compared to the S-trim. Between the two versions of the SE, the model that is powered by a 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine with the front-wheel drive system is cheaper. It has a starting price of $25,070, while the all-wheel drive version costs around $26,820. However, these prices could possibly increase as soon as the destination charge and the other applicable fees are added.

The 2013 Ford Escape SE that is equipped with a larger 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine and offers greater horsepower has a starting price of $26,165 for the front-wheel drive model while the all-wheel drive version is sold at a price of $27,915. Both of the SE models are equipped with the Ford Sync infotainment system and this makes the prices of each version quite reasonable.

Finally, the 2013 Ford Escape SEL which is available in four variants is considered as the most expensive among the other two trims. The SEL trim that is powered by a 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine with the front wheel drive system is sold at a starting price of $27,870 while the AWD version’s price begins at $29,620. On the other hand, the 2013 Ford Escape SEL that is powered by a 2.0-liter and uses the front-wheel drive powertrain has a starting price of $28,965. The all-wheel drive version is quite expensive compared to the front-wheel drive model and this is given a tentative price of $30,715.

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