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Meet the 2023 Ford Escape Active, a compact SUV designed for those who appreciate adventure and versatility. With its dynamic exterior design, rugged cladding, and athletic accents, this vehicle exudes a sporty, go-anywhere spirit. Inside, the Escape Active offers a practical and comfortable interior, with a focus on providing room for both passengers and gear. With a choice of powerful engines and available all-wheel drive, it delivers a spirited and efficient driving experience suitable for both urban commutes and outdoor escapades. Equipped with advanced technology and safety features, it ensures peace of mind on the road. Whether you’re navigating city streets or seeking off-road trails, the 2023 Ford Escape Active provides a harmonious blend of style, capability, and adventure for all your journeys.
Vapor Blue Metallic 2023 Ford Escape Active 4D Sport Utility FWD 8-Speed Automatic 1.5L EcoBoost
27/34 City/Highway MPG $500 -With Approved Credit with Ford Motor Credit. Must Finance with FMCC January 4th, 2024
Repair costs increase every year and can add up to thousands of dollars depending on the vehicle part or service required. A Vehicle Service Contract (VSC) can take over where your manufacturer’s warranty ends.
Nothing looks worse on your new car than the damage caused by tree sap, road salt, bird waste and other environmental elements.
The cost of routine maintenance is an expense no one likes. Select from a variety of Maintenance Plans to cover the cost of routine maintenance.
Want the flexibility to choose the protection that fits your driving needs and budget? A plan can be customized to include options such as Tire & Wheel Protection, Alloy Wheel Cosmetic Repair, Windshield Repair and Paintless Dent Removal.
If your vehicle is stolen and not recovered, totaled in an accident, or damaged beyond repair due to a natural disaster, your auto insurance alone may not pay the remaining balance on your vehicle loan.