Hey folks, Bear E. White here. As you learned in my first ever blog post, the 2013 Escape is a great SUV built for the city. But how does it handle in the great outdoors? My unnamed lumberjack buddy showed me just how versatile and ready the Escape is to handle all of your driving needs!
The engineers at Ford place a big emphasis on the details, and not just in their axe handling skills like a certain outdoors aficionado we know. The 2013 Escape is packed with features to make your Canadian country driving more efficient (fuel saving!) and as productive as possible with functional technology.
The 2013 Escape Can Handle It!
At first I doubted that the Escape could handle my country living and driving needs, but boy was I wrong! The Escape is ready and willing to tow up to 3,500 pounds of wood, honey, trailer or anything else you need to move from the cabin to the campsite. And with features like Active Park Assist and the Blind Spot Information System, you outdoor folks can spend more time chopping wood and less time worrying behind the wheel.
Built with Features for Performance!
If you need to go man (or bear) to Mother Nature with your vehicle, the 2013 Escape might be a good choice for you. With Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, EcoBoost engines and towing packages available, Escape is strong, steady and ready to serve your many needs.
2013 Escape is Versatile!
It’s no secret that the lumberjack and I may not always agree on the best campsite. But when it comes to the best SUV to suit our needs in the country, or in the city, we agree on the 2013 Escape. Now, who wants some honey? I happen to have a stash under the back seat!