About Ford Escape
The first-generation Ford Escape was developed in collaboration with Mazda. The two-seater Mazda Tribute and Mercury Mariner were also developed. The second-generation Ford Escape was launched in 2007, but only in North America. In other markets, the first-generation models were replaced by updated versions of the first generation. Unlike previous models, Ford designed and developed the car itself. Since 2013, this model has been similar to the Kuga sold outside North America. A hybrid variant was also offered. Ford introduced the third generation of the 2012 model for the 2013 model year. Ford combined the model with the European Ford Kuga as part of the "One Ford" plan to launch one car per segment internationally for the third generation.
In North America, the Ford Escape is almost identical to the Kuga with minor cosmetic changes. The fourth-generation model is available as a hybrid and plug-in hybrid. lt is available as a hybrid and plug-in hybrid. The XLT Sport was one of the most popular Ford Escape trim levels from 2002 through 2007 and is an optional extra over the standard XLT. The features are the same as the standard XLT. It was the highest Escape trim level available in 2001 and was the most popular when it was introduced. The XLT version adds the following features to the XLS version. The highest trim level for the Escape from 2002 to 2007 was the Limited, which offered additional features over the XLT Sport trim.
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The updated ZC Escape was introduced in 2005 as the Ford Equator Concept. It was launched in the Asia Pacific in the second half of 2006. Major exterior changes included a redesigned front bumper, grille, headlamps, hood, and rear bumper. Inside the cabin, the automatic transmission is attached to the floor. Air conditioning is automatic on all models except the XLS. The Limited model also features color-keyed bumpers, wheel arches, and side fenders. The rear drum brakes have been replaced with disc brakes. The ZD Escape was developed by Ford Lio Ho in Taiwan for the Asia-Pacific market. It was based on the original Ford Escape Adventure concept. It was launched in mid-2008 with a number of modifications. In Australia, the V6 engine was replaced by a 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine.
Models were also simplified to a single specification. The exterior changes included an all-new front bumper and a new hood with an enlarged Ford emblem on a triangular chrome bumper. At the rear are new, narrower taillights that are horizontal instead of vertical. The 2009 ZD Escape has been updated with a new grille and hood done by Ford designer Lio Ho. To update the Ford Escape for the 2005 model year, Ford's Mercury division was founded in the United States in 2004. It was introduced as a Mercury Mariner version. The Mariner was Mercury's first car-based SUV. It is part of the Mercury Mountaineer series.