2021 Escape

Capability

Capability to Explore

It’s a big world out there. Escape lets you hit the road and explore it with the choice of three different engines. For helping keeping you in control, there’s also the available All-Wheel Drive Disconnect and standard Selectable Drive Modes.
The 2021 Ford Escape Titanium in Star White Metallic Tri coat being driven on a highway

Four-Engine Lineup

AWD with AWD Disconnect

Designed to save fuel, available All-Wheel Drive Disconnect can disable the rear driveline when the system detects AWD is not needed. This allows only the front wheels to propel the vehicle, reducing drag and the overall energy demands of the drivetrain.
2021 Ford Escape in Bronze Fire traveling through the city

Selectable Drive Modes

Designed to help improve your driving experience and handling on varying road surfaces. The different modes are Eco, Sport, Normal, Slippery and Sand.10  Once selected, each one of these driving modes can modify the electronic stability control system and traction control system without you having to do anything.
Interior view of 2021 Ford Escape with available technology

Cold Weather Package 

New for 2021, the Cold Weather Package includes electronic automatic temperature control with rear air duct, heated front-row seats, heated sideview mirrors, remote start system, plus a heated and premium wrapped steering wheel.

Towing Capability 

Escape Titanium with its 2.0L EcoBoost® engine has a maximum towing capacity of 3,500 lbs. when equipped with the Class II Trailer Tow Package. The standard 1.5L EcoBoost® engine, when properly equipped, can tow up to 2,000 lbs. And don’t forget about hybrid capability, because when properly equipped, the Hybrid* and Plug-in Hybrid are powered by the 2.5L I-4 and can each tow up to 1,500 lbs.** 

*See a Ford EV-certified dealer for details.
**Max towing varies based on cargo, vehicle configuration, accessories and number of passengers. 
2021 Ford Escape in Velocity Blue towing a boat