The 2020 Ford Escape Titanium Hybrid is a great choice for forward-thinking drivers who are open to adopting a hybrid vehicle. What you may not know about hybrid vehicles is that they get fueled up at the gas station just like any other vehicle. In fact, driving a hybrid vehicle does not have to change anything about the way you drive, and it comes with many benefits, as we will discuss below. Keep reading to learn about the 2020 Ford Escape Titanium Hybrid with Sherwood Ford.
The fuel economy is one of the most important aspects of your hybrid vehicle. After all, you wouldn’t be purchasing a hybrid if you didn’t expect it to be efficient and save you time and money at the gas station. Thankfully, the 2020 Ford Escape Titanium Hybrid fits the bill.
For city driving, the 2020 Ford Escape Titanium Hybrid is rated at 5.4 L per 100 km. When you take your 2020 Ford Escape Titanium Hybrid to the highway, it will use roughly 6.3 L per 100 km of driving. For a large SUV, these numbers are ground-breaking.
As a hybrid vehicle, the 2020 Ford Escape Titanium Hybrid has an engine, but also it has a battery and various hybrid performance features. The 2020 Ford Escape Titanium Hybrid features a 2.5 L I-4 Atkinson-cycle powertrain that works alongside an 88-kW electric motor. When extra power is generated through regenerative braking, it is stored in the 1.4 kW/Hr hybrid battery.
One thing to note about the 2020 Ford Escape Titanium Hybrid is that it has a smaller battery than previous models. The battery now takes up about the size of a briefcase, about one-third the size of former models. That helps your vehicle save on weight and space to be used in other areas.
The 2020 Ford Escape Titanium Hybrid is also a high-end trim level, and as such, it features an available, premium sound system. For audiophiles, the available B&O Sound System by Bang & Olufsen is a must have. With ten speakers, it offers an immersive sound experience for all passengers. That way, you won’t have to worry about fiddling with audio settings to try to make it audible for your rear seat passengers; they’ll get the same treatment as front seat riders.