Compare the 2020 Ford Escape With the 2020 Nissan Rogue

The 2020 Escape Was Awarded a 2019 IIHS Top Safety Pick for Small SUVs*

That’s an Important Consideration When Shopping for an SUV

To Help You Park in a Variety of Situations, the All-New 2020 Escape Offers Available Active Park Assist 2.0*

You Cannot Get This Feature on Rogue

The 2020 Escape,* With the Second-Row Seat All the Way Back, Has More Second-Row Leg Room Than the 2020 Rogue Does*

That’s Something Your Tall Passengers Will Appreciate

Over 98% of All Escape SUVs Sold in the Last 10 Years Are Still on the Road Today*

Escape SUVs Are Built for the Long Run

If You Have a Lot of Cargo You Want to Carry, Escape Is the Ideal Vehicle

With the Second-Row Seat Folded, the All-New Escape Provides up to 65.4 Cu. Ft. of Cargo Room*,**

The All-New 2020 Escape SEL and Titanium Models Equipped With the EcoBoost® 2.0L Engine Produces Up to an Available 250 Hp*

Rogue Has Only 170 HP

With an Available Maximum Towing Capacity of up to 3,500 Lbs., the All-New 2020 Escape Tows More Than Rogue Can*

Rogue Has a Towing Capacity of Only 1,102 Lbs.

Escape Has Standard Ford Co-Pilot360™

Features include Rear View Camera, Auto High-Beam Headlamps, BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) With Cross-Traffic Alert, Lane-Keeping System and Pre-Collision Assist With Automatic Emergency Braking

Escape Offers an Available Hands-Free, Foot-Activated Liftgate

It’s Perfect for When Your Hands Are Full and You Can’t Access Your Keys*

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All these smart features make Ford the clear choice.

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