2006 Ford Escape Ratings

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Ford Escape 2006
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    2006 Ford Escape

    exelent quality vehicle

    Pros: fold down rear seats makes room for my english mastiff to just walk in and lay down.

    Cons: ?

    93000 miles and going strong. Cooper tires seem to be the quietest and longest wearing tires for this vehicle.

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 4 years
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    2006 Ford Escape

    Good vehicle and reliable.

    Car has been very versitile.

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 4 years
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    2006 Ford Escape

    Pros: good mileage

    Cons: nothing

    Runs good, handles great, easy to park, no repair problems, good on gas.

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 4 years
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    2006 Ford Escape

    best hybrid suv

    Pros: hybrid

    Cons: nada

    great hybrid suv. searching for new replacent!

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 4 years
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    2006 Ford Escape - XLT 3.0L (310B) FWD

    Pros: ease of folding down back seats, extra cup holders in back, quiet engine

    Cons: no lights on vanity mirrors

    Advice: great time to buy SUV--esp if you have a growing family and need one; great stock of used ones; skip hybrid for now--approx 22-26 mpg for 2006 and the hybrid only offers 30 mpg--for almost $10K more!

    Quiet engine; sleek look for an SUV; roomy inside without feeling like you're driving a tank; unexpected amenities for a 2006 model such as 6-CD changer, leather interior, moon roof, extra storage in cab. We love this vehicle, how it handles, and how functional it is.

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    2006 Ford Escape - XLS 2.3L (120A) FWD

    Pros: Lots of room

    Cons: Haven't found anything yet

    Advice: We love it.

    We were looking for an economy vehicle and have a new baby. Therefore, we opted for the 4cyl 5speed for the 24 to 28 mpg rating. It has decent power and even the base XLS came with power windows, Automatic door locks and security system, CD player, etc, etc. It drives very nice, a tad stiffer than a car, but no where near my truck. Handles great, and feels 'zippy'. It is easy to get around in and holds a bunch of stuff. All the baby gear, and you can still shop without fear of having to stuff things in.

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    2006 Ford Escape - XLT 3.0L (400B) 4x4

    Pros: everything

    Cons: cant think of any right now

    Advice: Get the V6 you will not be sorry

    After looking at many different styles of SUV's we decided on the Escape, The vehicle is by far the best I hae owned and does well in all types of conditions It has decent fuel economy and plenty of power with the V6. Over all it is a fun and pleasurable car to drive for daay to day life.