The five trim levels of the 2020 Ford Escape are the S, SE, SEL, Titanium, and Titanium Hybrid. When you come into Sherwood Ford to purchase a 2020 Ford Escape, you will have to choose between these five versions, each of which has its own characteristics. This page is dedicated to helping you choose.
We’ll start with a chart comparing the three lowest trim levels. Each column represents one of these, with rows for its price, climate control, liftgate, and wheels. There are other ways that these three trim levels vary as well, such as design details and materials, but this should give you a pretty good idea of the upgrades you can expect. Keep reading below that for more details on the Titanium and Titanium Hybrid trim levels.
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2020 Ford Escape Titanium
The Titanium is the highest trim level, starting out at $40,049. This luxury trim level will impress you in every way, from its high-end materials to its attractive technology interfaces. It comes with standard Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go and Lane Centering, unlike the lower three trim levels, which either offer it as an available add-on or don’t offer it at all. Adaptive Cruise Control is a convenient technology feature that mimics the use of previous cruise control technology, now with the added benefit of being able to slow and accelerate your vehicle with the flow of traffic.
2020 Ford Escape Titanium Hybrid
As you can tell by its name, the Titanium Hybrid is the only hybrid trim level. Starting at $36,549, it clocks in as the second-highest trim level. It shares most features with its namesake, the Titanium trim level, including the Adaptive Cruise Control feature that we highlighted. Unsurprisingly, the Titanium Hybrid has the best fuel economy of the five trim levels. It is estimated to use 5.4 L per 100 km in the city and 6.3 L per 100 km on the highway.