Work is underway on the new 2017 Ford Escape, which will include driver-assist technology that can help keep drivers in their lane, maintain a set speed and distance on the highway, and even help drivers in getting out of a tight parking spot.
- New Escape – first Ford vehicle to offer Apple CarPlay and Android Auto – aims to maintain sales momentum and attributes that led it to a tie* as Highest-Ranked Compact SUV by J.D. Power in Initial Quality; Escape is the No. 2-selling Ford vehicle in the United States, second only to F-Series
- To deliver top quality, the build process at Louisville Assembly Plant has implemented multiple new attention-to-detail stations that use high-tech methods and human touch to scrutinize every Escape that comes down the line
The 2017 Ford Escape will hit dealerships in May.