What Makes the 2017 Ford Escape a Small-SUV Standout?
If you’ve yet to encounter the fresh-faced 2017 Ford Escape, we here at Tuttle-Click’s Capistrano Ford hate to be the ones to break it to you, but:
You quite likely are missing out.
Don’t stress it, though, as Autotrader reviewer Debra Shigley is here today to help you get up to speed. Check out her assessment of the latest Escape in the clip below:
Those seeking a swanky, upscale vibe from the Escape are sure to get just that with its range-topping model, the Titanium.
Standard equipment on this trim includes a power liftgate with an exclusive foot sensor, keyless ignition and entry, roof rails, the upgraded SYNC 3 infotainment array, an 8-inch touchscreen, leather upholstery, ambient interior lighting, as well as a thunderous, 10-speaker Sony sound system, complete with HD radio.
So, what’s the hold-up, faithful friend? The time is now to experience the splendor of this SUV. As such, we invite you to pop by our San Juan Capistrano, CA facility, whereupon we’ll happily arrange a test drive in the Escape, or any other Ford model you might’ve had in mind.
Autotrader – Offers ‘Real World Review’ for 2017 Ford Explorer
It’s good to be the king — just ask the 2017 Ford Explorer.
A living legend of the American automaker’s lineup — as well as a permanent fixture of the full-size SUV segment — the Explorer’s one ride that most certainly has the right stuff.
And so, with that in mind, we encourage you to check the clip below. Here now with more on all things Explorer are our friends at Autotrader:
No doubt one of the more alluring engines across the Explorer catalog, the mid-level EcoBoost iteration is straight-up sublime.
Optional on the base and XLT trims and standard on the Limited, this turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder produces a peppy 280 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque. Standard fare includes a six-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive; all-wheel drive, meanwhile, is available as an option.
The main event of the EcoBoost, however, is fuel efficiency. When had in front-drive form, for instance, it’ll return a remarkable 22 mpg combined (19 city/27 highway).
So, what’s the delay, loyal reader? The time is now to experience the splendor of this SUV. As such, we invite you to pop by our San Juan Capistrano, CA facility, whereupon we’ll happily arrange a test drive in the Explorer, or any other Ford model that’s commanded your curiosity.
2017 Ford Fusion Charms AutoGuide.com Critics
Might you be in the market for a midsize sedan? Well, if so, we here at Tuttle Click’s Capistrano Ford would be quick to couple you up with ours, the 2017 Ford Fusion.
Yet, why — specifically — would we do so?
That answer, conveniently enough, can be found in the clip below. Hear all about the Fusion from AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai:
Arguably our favorite engine across the Fusion range, the mid-level turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder is truly terrific.
Optional on the SE trim and standard with the Titanium and Platinum, this turbo-four joins with a six-speed automatic transmission to make a muscly 240 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque. It’s served up standard with front-wheel drive, though an all-wheel system is available as an option.
If you’d like to meet this fantastic four-door “in the metal,” or wish to put one through its paces on the open road, we encourage you to pay us a visit at our San Juan Capistrano, CA location. Upon your stopover, we’ll be sure to set you up with a test drive in the Fusion, or any other Ford model that strikes your fancy.
KBB.com Can’t Contain Excitement for 2017 Ford Escape
If you’ve kept pace with our blog page here at Tuttle Click’s Capistrano Ford, then you may well recall a post from just last month, in which we profiled our compact-SUV standout, the 2017 Escape.
That said, we hope you saved room for seconds, as that’s exactly what we’re serving up today.
Dive right back into the topic at hand with a little help from Kelley Blue Book Senior Associate Video Editor Zach Vlasuk:
Though not quite as feature-rich as the top-tier trims, the base S model nonetheless delivers the goods in a major way.
Standard amenities on this iteration include 17-inch steel wheels, automatic headlamps, LED taillights, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, a 4.2-inch display screen, a rearview camera, the SYNC infotainment system, Bluetooth compatibility, as well as a six-speaker sound system, which further adds a CD player and USB port.
For more information about this fun utility vehicle, or to take the wheel of one, we invite you to swing by our San Juan Capistrano, CA showroom. Our seasoned staff is available to address your every question regarding the Escape, or any other Ford model throughout the current catalog.