2011 Ford Escape Values

Select a 2011 Ford Escape trim level

2011 model year changes

Few changes have been made to the Escape lineup for 2011, pending a complete redesign scheduled for 2012.

Competitive comparison

Smooth ride and handling; fuel efficiency across the lineup; competitive pricing; hybrid available; an eco-friendly vehicle inside and out

Special features for 2011

The 2011 Ford Escape is one of the most affordable and economical small SUVs, and its car-like ride and handling, along with good maneuverability, make it a solid choice for urban drivers. The Escape is a Top Safety Pick award winner from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and has received a 5-star government rating in its crash testing. At the same time, the Hybrid model is one of the lowest-priced hybrids and offers a practical way to "go green." Last year's Escape Hybrid offered a fuel efficiency rating of 34 mpg city and 31 mpg highway.
With few changes in 2011, the Ford Escape and the Escape Hybrid holds onto the styling and mechanics gained through the compact sport utility's 2007 redesign. Gasoline-only Escapes are either powered by a four-cylinder Duratec engine or an optional six-cylinder 3-liter power plant providing a potent 230 horsepower. The 2011 Ford Escape Hybrid continues to combine a 2.5 liter inline-four engine with an electric motor to produce a total 177 horsepower while providing 29 miles per gallon in combined fuel economy. Gasoline-only versions of the Escape consists of XLS, XLT and Limited trim varieties. Hybrid powertrain edition of the 2011 Ford Escape comes in either a base trim or a Limited model. Standard features in all 2011 Ford Escapes list a multi-use center console, Ford MyKey, audio input jack and Easy Fuel Capless Fuel Filler. Features new to the Ford Escape for 2011 includes Active Park Assist, rear view camera and HD Radio.