2014 Ford Escape Values
Select a 2014 Ford Escape trim level
2014 model year changes
The Escape SEL model has been discontinued for 2014, leaving S, SE and Titanium trims. The 1.6L EcoBoost engine is now standard on the Titanium, while the Titanium gets some additional standard equipment, including new 18-inch machined aluminum wheels, silver roof rails, grille radiator shutter, the power liftgate and a power converter. SE models gain a new 10-way power driver seat and SYNC is now standard on the base S. The rear power outlet has been deleted from the Titanium, and the Parking Technology Package is no longer offered. Otherwise in options, Active Park Assist has been included with the Titanium Technology Package, which also includes HID headlamps, BLIS, and rain-sensing wipers and the SE Convenience Package now includes MyFord Touch and Rear Parking Aid Sensors.
Stronger performance and better handling than other small affordable crossovers; excellent MyFord Touch connectivity; excellent fuel economy; rakish exterior and fashionable cabin; impressive maneuverability; spacious interior
Special features for 2014
Back for a second year after a radical redesign, the 2014 Ford Escape doesn't bear any likeness to the model it replaced-- it's a sleek, rakish, modern design, yet surprisingly roomy inside. Also surprising is how well the Escape responds and handles--as if it were a sport wagon. Escape's powertrains are standouts in this class, both offering more power than you get elsewhere plus excellent fuel economy. In terms of tech features, between MyFord Touch, an active park assist system and active-safety features like BLIS, the Escape stands far apart from more plainly presented crossover wagons.