2007 Ford Escape Values

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2007 model year changes

Changes for Ford's small utility are relatively minor this year as the 2008 Escape is expected to receive a restyled interior and exterior and a smoother hybrid system. New for 2007 are the XLT Sport package that gives the Escape a monochromatic look with painted body-color bodyside cladding, bumpers, and wheel lip moldings. A Silver Appearance Package brings a silver metallic tone to those same items. Several new colors join the palette for 2007: Vista Blue Clearcoat Metallic, Dune Pearl, and Tungsten Grey Clearcoat Metallic, along with Vista Blue Clearcoat Metallic on the Hybrid. Also, Ford's unique keypad entry system is now standard on some models. The Hybrid model has several new packages that are composed of a number of popular options.


Competitive comparison

Handling, ride, fuel economy, Hybrid model


Special features for 2007

The Escape, which brings the upright, boxier appearance of a traditional SUV to the small utility segment, has a surprising amount of passenger and cargo space inside for its compact dimensions. And with carlike underpinnings, the Escape is graced with a smooth ride and good handling. The price of entry is low for the four-cylinder, starting at only $18,580, while V6 offers much peppier performance and the Hybrid model boasts an enviable 36-mpg estimate.




With plenty of body style and engine options to choose from, the 2003 Ford Super Duty F-350 SRW is a work truck in every sense of the word. Available in Regular, Supercab and Crew Cab configurations, in XL, XLT and Lariat trims, the F-350 SRW features single rear wheels as opposed to its sibling, the DRW (with dual rear wheels for improved towing performance). Engines range from a 5.4-liter V8 to a 6.8-liter V10. Standard equipment is plentiful and includes air conditioning, cruise control, power accessories, an adjustable steering wheel, running boards, ABS and airbags.