Blustery days, dark nights, and miles slick with snow - winter has come to Washington. Now every journey demands your full attention, with the weather undermining each turn of the steering wheel. It’s a struggle to keep your car centered on the road.
Ford wants to offer some relief.
This is why it’s paired the 2019 Escape with class-leading safety - affording Kirkland drivers the intuitive (and automated) support they need to battle winter weather.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the 2019 Escape delivers class-leading technology. Bi-xenon headlamps anchor the front, cutting through even the darkest of days; while the side-view mirrors boast integrated puddle lamps to improve visibility. A rearview camera affords high-definition support, utilizing real-time streaming and color-coded gridlines to guide drivers as they reverse; and a tire pressure monitoring system notes every fluctuation, ensuring that compromised air levels are immediately detected.
What truly makes the 2019 Escape a favorite of the NHTSA, however, is its torque vectoring technology. This feature seamlessly adjusts traction ratios, allowing the wheels to remain balanced on changing inclines and slick terrains. Gyroscopic sensors monitor both positioning and steerage angles, instantly correcting trajectory as needed to assure precise control.
This is a five-star option for every Washington family.
Want to learn more about the new Ford Escape? Visit our dealership today to request further specs and financing information.