The Escape’s four trim models — the base S, mid-level SE, sporty SEL, and posh Titanium — have a little something for every kind of driver.
The base S attracts lots of shoppers with its low price tag (starting at $26,010) and its roomy, comfortable cabin. The Escape S also helps keep you safe, with high-tech driver aids (blind-spot monitoring, lane keeping assist, and forward collision mitigation) to help keep you on your toes.
For a little extra money, the mid-grade SE adds to the base lineup with modern utilities, like keyless ignition and entry, the Sync 3 infotainment system, and smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. This model even adds two rear-seat USB ports so passengers can keep devices fully operational.
The SEL adds to the above features to give you a sportier ride. For example, roof rails help you to transport your kayak or surfboard to the beach. On a misty morning, fog lights offer a clearer view of the road ahead.
Finally, the top-trim Titanium gives you a taste of the high life. This Escape is swanky, with LED headlamps and fog lights, ambient interior lighting, and chrome exterior trim. It’s the only Escape available with optional leather upholstery, a wireless smartphone charging pad, a head-up display, and a premium B&O sound system.