2021 Ford Escape Warranty

 The centre stack of the 2021 Ford Escape is simple but intuitively laid out, with a good balance of touchscreen controls and actual physical buttons. The back seat has plenty of legroom, but three adults across would be a squeeze. The SEL's new fold-down centre armrest with two cupholders is appreciated.

The Escape's front seats are comfortable over long distances, and the view out of the vehicle is good, if hampered slightly by the slightly thick C-pillars. The trunk has enough space for four sets of golf clubs, and the rotary shifter on the centre console works well.

2021 Ford Escape

2021 Ford Escape Warranty

Ford's standard warranty package is fairly basic, especially when compared to competitors such as the Hyundai Tucson and the Kia Sportage, both of which provide significantly more powertrain coverage. The Escape hybrid and plug-in hybrid will both come with a policy that is tailored to their electrified powertrains and covers up to 100,000 miles.

The limited warranty lasts three years or 36,000 miles.

The powertrain warranty is valid for 5 years or 60,000 miles.

The warranty on hybrid components is for 8 years or 100,000 miles.

There is no free scheduled maintenance.

The 2021 Escape looks identical to the 2020 model, which is a significant departure from the boxy previous generations of Ford's compact SUV. The front fascia appears to be from a Kia or a Euro-market crossover SUV. Whatever the case, it's clear that aerodynamics played a significant role in the design of the current Ford Escape, which aids in fuel economy. Roof racks, too, have a low profile to reduce wind resistance.