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The all-new Ford Escape SUV will bring a fresh offering to Australian SUV buyers, with advanced technology, an all-new platform and standard FordPass Connect embedded modem across a premium focussed line-up.

Joining the highly-contented Ford Puma in showrooms this year, the sleek and spacious Escape will include the premium ‘Escape Vignale’ variant, reflecting its high level of standard equipment and advanced features.

Arriving in showrooms from Q3 2020, the all-new Ford Escape takes the customer benefits that Escape is known for to a new level, thanks to enhanced driving dynamics, user-friendliness and advanced technology, to slip simply and seamlessly into everyday life.

“The Escape and Puma will offer Australian customers models with unique identities that stand apart from the crowd,” said Kay Hart, President and CEO, Ford Australia and New Zealand.

“Escape and Puma are also distinguished by advanced safety and Driver Assistance Technology, including FordPass Connect, paired with effortless style, simplicity and practicality.”

In addition to a five-year, unlimited kilometre full factory warranty, the all-new Escape is eligible for the Ford Service Benefits program, which brings owners a Service Loan Car, Auto Club Membership including Roadside Assistance as well as sat-nav map updates. With long 15,000km/12-month service intervals, A and B logbook services for the first four years/60,000km are set at a maximum of $299 per service.

Your very own ‘escape’

Efficiency is key to Australian SUV buyers and was a core element in every process of development for the all-new Ford Escape. The Escape’s C2 platform uses advanced materials to be significantly stronger, more rigid and electrification-ready, delivering real-world improvements to safety and fuel efficiency.

Smart Powertrains

The 2020 Ford Escape line-up brings a choice of two powertrains, with a mix of front-wheel and all-wheel drive models. All Escapes feature a 2.0L EcoBoost powertrain with an 8-speed automatic, apart from the Escape PHEV, which has its own 2.5L Atkinson cycle/electric powertrain.

Greater choice to suit Australians’ lifestyles

The 2020 Ford Escape line-up will comprise of three variants plus several powertrain options – the first variant, badged as ‘Escape’, with accessible style and technology; the second, the sports-focused ‘Escape ST-Line’ and ‘Escape ST-Line PHEV’; and the third, the ‘Escape Vignale’, which crowns the line-up with high equipment levels and unique style. 



Recommended MLP (incl. GST)

‘Escape’ (FWD 2.0 EcoBoost)


‘Escape ST-Line’ (FWD 2.0 EcoBoost)


‘Escape ST-Line’ (AWD 2.0 EcoBoost)


‘Escape ST-Line PHEV’ (FWD)


‘Escape Vignale’ (FWD 2.0L EcoBoost)


‘Escape Vignale’ (AWD 2.0L EcoBoost)