2020 Ford Escape Technology Features
The 2020 Ford Escape made its debut this fall and is now in stock at Eric von Schledorn in Milwaukee, WI. There are plenty of features to get excited about on this model, like entertainment technology, advanced safety features, seating and cargo capacity, and selectable drive modes. Let’s dig a little deeper into the technology features on the 2020 Ford Escape.
One thing that makes car rides enjoyable is having the ability to customize what you listen to. Instead of tuning into the radio and listening to the same old advertisements, available SYNC® 3 provides Amazon Alexa, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, so you can customize your listening experience with your music, podcasts, audiobooks and much more. When you’re listening to your music, having a good sound system is very important, so the available B&O™ Sound System brings the bass with 10 speakers.
Although you focus on driving safely, it’s good to have your Ford keep an extra eye on the road for you. Ford Co-Pilot360™ technology features a host of standard advanced safety technology like BLIS with Cross-Traffic Alert, Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking, Auto High-Beam Headlamps, Lane-Keeping System and Rear-View Camera.
In addition to the standard technology, there is plenty of available safety technology on the 2020 Ford Escape, including Active Park Assist 2.0, Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go, Evasive Steering Assist and a Voice-Activated Navigation System. With these advanced safety features, navigating busy Milwaukee streets and highways is safer.
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The 2020 Ford Escape has selectable drive modes for different driving situations. The Eco, Sport, Normal, Slippery and Deep Snow/Sand modes help make for a more customized drive. The Normal drive mode is ideal for everyday driving, Eco mode helps the driver maximize fuel efficiency and Sport mode gives the Escape a sportier feel with increased throttle response and quicker shifting. The Slippery and Deep Snow/Sand drive modes are ideal for Wisconsin winters, because Slippery is ideal for driving on surfaces that are covered in ice, loose sand, water or grass, and the Deep Snow/Sand setting is meant for navigating snowy surfaces where the vehicle may require more traction.
If you want to learn more about the 2020 Ford Escape, schedule a test drive at Eric von Schledorn!