114 NY 104 Ontario, NY 14519 585-671-4680
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2011

Ford

Escape

4WD 4dr XLT

98,966

Automatic

1FMCU9DG1BKA20676

4594

3.0L V6 FLEX FUEL ENGINE

Cloth

Gray

4WD

Wagon

NY


Estimated By E.P.A.
City
18
Hwy
23
Actual Mileage May Vary

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Vehicle Options


  • Side Airbags
  • 2nd row 60/40 split bench seat -inc: tip-fold-flat latch
  • 2nd row coat hook
  • 4-wheel anti-lock brakes
  • 4-wheel drive
  • AdvanceTrac w/Roll Stability Control (RSC)
  • All-position 3-point seat belts
  • All-position head restraints
  • Auto-lamp headlamps
  • Battery saver feature
  • Black center stack
  • Black door handles
  • Black pwr exterior mirrors -inc: integrated blind spot mirror
  • Body color front/rear fascias
  • Body color liftgate
  • Child safety rear door locks
  • Chrome grille w/lower body color
  • Driver & front passenger side map pockets
  • Dual stage driver & front passenger airbags -inc: front passenger occupancy sensor
  • Electric pwr assisted steering (EPAS)
  • Electrochromic rearview mirror -inc: compass
  • Floor console -inc: storage bin, removable interior bin, (4) cup holders
  • Fog lamps
  • Front disc/rear drum brakes
  • Ice blue illuminated gauge cluster
  • Illuminated entry
  • Instrument cluster -inc: message center, compass, outside temp display
  • Lighting -inc: center dome lamp, map lights, rear cargo area light
  • Manual air conditioning
  • MyKey system -inc: top speed limiter, audio volume limiter, early low fuel warning, programmable sound chimes, Beltminder w/audio mute
  • Overhead console
  • Personal Safety System
  • Privacy glass
  • Pwr points -inc: (1) 1st row, (1) 2nd row
  • Pwr windows w/1-touch driver down
  • Rear 2-speed wiper w/washer
  • Rear outboard LATCH child seat anchors & tethers
  • Rear window defroster
  • Safety Canopy
  • SecuriLock passive anti-theft system (PATS)
  • SIRIUS satellite radio -inc: 6-month subscription *N/A in AK or HI*
  • Spare tire, mini space saver
  • Sunvisors w/dual illuminated mirrors
  • Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
  • Variable intermittent windshield wipers
  • Wheel nut wrench & jack

Vehicle Description


About this vehicle:
One Owner
Owned in Alliance, OH
16-inch alloy wheels
Outside mirror with an integrated blind-spot viewing surface
Keyless entry
MyKey parental controls
Full power accessories
Cruise control
Air-conditioning
Four-speaker stereo with a CD player and auxiliary audio jack
Automatic headlights
Foglamps
Auto-dimming rearview mirror
Six-way power driver seat
Steering-wheel audio controls
Satellite radio

Review from Edmunds.com:
Back when it debuted in 2000, the Ford Escape was a smash hit with its just-right size, pleasant driving dynamics and available V6. It was also a trend-setter, because there weren't many other choices around for a small crossover or SUV. Fast-forward a decade and the 2011 Ford Escape doesn't have it nearly as easy. Competition abounds, and despite some cutting-edge features, the Escape has aged noticeably in a few respects.
We'll give you the good news first. The Escape strikes most folks as attractive inside and out, offering a number of unique and enticing technology features. Among the latter are Ford's superb Sync system that allows voice control over your cell phone, iPod/MP3 player and the available navigation system. Should you opt for the navigation system, Sync also provides real-time information for traffic, weather, sport scores, movie times and probably your horoscope if you ask nicely enough.
New for the 2011 model year is MyKey, which allows parents of teenage drivers to set electronic limits for vehicle speed and stereo volume. And those who dread parallel-parking might want to consider the Auto Park option, a new Ford technology that enables the Escape to identify a likely parking spot and then navigate into the slot with the steering while you just tend to the gas and brake. It works like a charm and is actually better than the system offered in the high-end Lexus LS 460 luxury sedan.
Now, the bad news. Despite all the gee-whiz features, the 2011 Ford Escape still lacks a few key items offered in most of its competitors, such as a telescoping steering wheel and a reclining/sliding backseat. And folding that backseat is a multistep hassle compared to the simple flip-down design of other crossovers. But it's the Escape's brakes that have it trailing the competition. Where nearly all of its rivals have four-wheel disc brakes, the Escape inexplicably uses drum brakes in the rear that simply don't have the power to bring it to a stop quickly.
Once it's loaded with options, a 2011 Ford Escape will likely please those who value having the latest technology. But unlike a decade ago, there are a number of top compact crossover SUVs such as the 2011 Chevrolet Equinox, 2011 Honda CR-V, 2011 Kia Sportage, 2011 Subaru Forester and 2011 Toyota RAV4 that best the Ford in terms of overall refinement and functionality.





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2011

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4WD 4dr XLT

98,966

Automatic

1FMCU9DG1BKA20676

4594

3.0L V6 FLEX FUEL ENGINE

Cloth

Gray

4WD

Wagon

NY

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2011

Ford

Escape

4WD 4dr XLT

98,966

Automatic

1FMCU9DG1BKA20676

4594

3.0L V6 FLEX FUEL ENGINE

Cloth

Gray

4WD

Wagon

NY

  • Side Airbags
  • 2nd row 60/40 split bench seat -inc: tip-fold-flat latch
  • 2nd row coat hook
  • 4-wheel anti-lock brakes
  • 4-wheel drive
  • AdvanceTrac w/Roll Stability Control (RSC)
  • All-position 3-point seat belts
  • All-position head restraints
  • Auto-lamp headlamps
  • Battery saver feature
  • Black center stack
  • Black door handles
  • Black pwr exterior mirrors -inc: integrated blind spot mirror
  • Body color front/rear fascias
  • Body color liftgate
  • Child safety rear door locks
  • Chrome grille w/lower body color
  • Driver & front passenger side map pockets
  • Dual stage driver & front passenger airbags -inc: front passenger occupancy sensor
  • Electric pwr assisted steering (EPAS)
  • Electrochromic rearview mirror -inc: compass
  • Floor console -inc: storage bin$COMMA removable interior bin$COMMA (4) cup holders
  • Fog lamps
  • Front disc/rear drum brakes
  • Ice blue illuminated gauge cluster
  • Illuminated entry
  • Instrument cluster -inc: message center$COMMA compass$COMMA outside temp display
  • Lighting -inc: center dome lamp$COMMA map lights$COMMA rear cargo area light
  • Manual air conditioning
  • MyKey system -inc: top speed limiter$COMMA audio volume limiter$COMMA early low fuel warning$COMMA programmable sound chimes$COMMA Beltminder w/audio mute
  • Overhead console
  • Personal Safety System
  • Privacy glass
  • Pwr points -inc: (1) 1st row$COMMA (1) 2nd row
  • Pwr windows w/1-touch driver down
  • Rear 2-speed wiper w/washer
  • Rear outboard LATCH child seat anchors & tethers
  • Rear window defroster
  • Safety Canopy
  • SecuriLock passive anti-theft system (PATS)
  • SIRIUS satellite radio -inc: 6-month subscription *N/A in AK or HI*
  • Spare tire$COMMA mini space saver
  • Sunvisors w/dual illuminated mirrors
  • Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
  • Variable intermittent windshield wipers
  • Wheel nut wrench & jack
 

About this vehicle:

One Owner
Owned in Alliance, OH
16-inch alloy wheels
Outside mirror with an integrated blind-spot viewing surface
Keyless entry
MyKey parental controls
Full power accessories
Cruise control
Air-conditioning
Four-speaker stereo with a CD player and auxiliary audio jack
Automatic headlights
Foglamps
Auto-dimming rearview mirror
Six-way power driver seat
Steering-wheel audio controls
Satellite radio

Review from Edmunds.com:
Back when it debuted in 2000, the Ford Escape was a smash hit with its just-right size, pleasant driving dynamics and available V6. It was also a trend-setter, because there weren't many other choices around for a small crossover or SUV. Fast-forward a decade and the 2011 Ford Escape doesn't have it nearly as easy. Competition abounds, and despite some cutting-edge features, the Escape has aged noticeably in a few respects.
We'll give you the good news first. The Escape strikes most folks as attractive inside and out, offering a number of unique and enticing technology features. Among the latter are Ford's superb Sync system that allows voice control over your cell phone, iPod/MP3 player and the available navigation system. Should you opt for the navigation system, Sync also provides real-time information for traffic, weather, sport scores, movie times and probably your horoscope if you ask nicely enough.
New for the 2011 model year is MyKey, which allows parents of teenage drivers to set electronic limits for vehicle speed and stereo volume. And those who dread parallel-parking might want to consider the Auto Park option, a new Ford technology that enables the Escape to identify a likely parking spot and then navigate into the slot with the steering while you just tend to the gas and brake. It works like a charm and is actually better than the system offered in the high-end Lexus LS 460 luxury sedan.
Now, the bad news. Despite all the gee-whiz features, the 2011 Ford Escape still lacks a few key items offered in most of its competitors, such as a telescoping steering wheel and a reclining/sliding backseat. And folding that backseat is a multistep hassle compared to the simple flip-down design of other crossovers. But it's the Escape's brakes that have it trailing the competition. Where nearly all of its rivals have four-wheel disc brakes, the Escape inexplicably uses drum brakes in the rear that simply don't have the power to bring it to a stop quickly.
Once it's loaded with options, a 2011 Ford Escape will likely please those who value having the latest technology. But unlike a decade ago, there are a number of top compact crossover SUVs such as the 2011 Chevrolet Equinox, 2011 Honda CR-V, 2011 Kia Sportage, 2011 Subaru Forester and 2011 Toyota RAV4 that best the Ford in terms of overall refinement and functionality.





Visit Stone Road Auto online at www.stoneroadauto.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 585-671-4680 today to schedule your test drive. 

Stone Road Auto
114 NY 104
Ontario, NY 14519
Sales
585-671-4680
Message: Thought you might be interested in this 2011 Ford Escape.

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