The sleek, 2016 Ford Escape is a sight to behold and a sport-ute to be seen in. This sporty, well-appointed beauty is the compact crossover that continues to set the world on fire with its fantastic features and captivating capabilities. We'd like to show you our capabilities at Mike Reichenbach Ford Lincoln in Florence, SC, serving Lugoff, Myrtle Beach, Lumberton, and Sumter, SC. We have a large selection of 2016 Escapes on our lot and ready to deal on. So if you want a great deal from a trusted dealership on a 2016 Ford Escape, we'll make it happen right now!
Let's see how the 2016 Ford Escape competes against the Honda CR-V.
Just because the 2016 Ford Escape is in the compact SUV category doesn't mean that it's not packed with power and performance -- and it's leaps and bounds above the Honda CR-V. What small sport-ute offers three engine choices? The Escape, that's who, with its 168 hp, 2.5L I04, 178 hp, 1.6L EcoBoost I-4 and its amazing 240 hp, 2.0L EcoBoost I-4, which are all mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission. 4WD is offered on the EcoBoost models. By contrast, the Honda CR-V limits you to none powertrain -- a 185 hp, 2.4L I-4 paired with a CVT automatic. When you've got power and efficiency choices like you do in the 2016 Ford Escape, why be boxed in by only one engine like the CR-V?
Saving money is a good thing, even for Warren Buffett and Mark Zuckerberg. Your bank account might not be the size of theirs, but it will still get a boost when you choose the 2016 Ford Escape over the Honda CR-V. With its starting MSRP of $22,960 vs. the CR-V's MSRP of $23,445, you'll keep almost $500 in your wallet by making the wise choice of going with a Ford Escape -- and that's even before we discount the price even further at Mike Reichenbach Ford Lincoln! Plus, you'll get more stylish 17-inch wheels, a 6-speaker audio system, rear spoiler and integrated blind spot mirrors standard on the 2016 Ford Escape that the CR-V doesn't offer on the base model.
It might not be the first thing you think of when you're in the market for a compact crossover, but when you and your friends want to sail the Pacific, you'll be grateful the 2016 Ford Escape is capable of pulling your motorboat. With its maximum towing capacity of 3500 pounds when properly equipped, the Escape can carry a ton more -- literally -- than the CR-V, which maxes out at 1500 pounds!View Inventory