2017 Ford Escape vs 2017 Nissan Rogue near Orlando

 2017 Ford Escape 2017 Nissan Rogue

Compare the Ford Escape and the Nissan Rogue for Your Maitland Commute

Choosing a new SUV can often feel like an overwhelming process. Many modern vehicles withstand years of use and you can find a color, body style, and trim package to suit nearly every lifestyle. Many Florida drivers compare the new Ford Escape and Nissan Rogue models. At first glance, the Escape and Rogue vehicles seem to share a lot in common, however only one SUV can exceed your expectations to become your new daily driver. Whether you travel to Sanford, Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Orlando, or Winter Park, we hope you will visit Peacock Ford in Maitland to discover why the Ford Escape makes an excellent daily driver!

New Escape vs New Rogue Performance Comparison

The Nissan Rogue and Ford Escape can transport you between Central Florida destinations with style, although both vehicles differ in the amount of power and versatility each trim model provides. When you need to get up and go, you will want to go in the Ford Escape. The Escape 2.0L comes fitted with a 245-horsepower, 2.0-liter engine, while the Rogue features a standard 170-horsepower engine. Additionally, the new Ford Escape can tow up to 3,500 pounds of gear for your recreational outings or career. In comparison, the new Nissan Rogue can tow significantly less, with a maximum of 1,000 pounds.

Ford Escape Excels in Safety and Technology

The Escape also offers innovative technology features that improve your safety and entertainment. An available enhanced active park assist guides you into a parallel or perpendicular parking space with a little help from you. This excellent feature does not come with the Rogue. Additional situational awareness features include adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, and more. The new Escape also offers the Ford Pass app, enabling you to start your engine, check your gauges, lock and unlock doors, and access your service information, all from the palm of your hand. The Nissan Rogue does not offer this innovative app. Additionally, the Ford SUV offers an innovative SYNC 3 infotainment center that provides access to your favorite music, apps, navigation system, phone, and more.

Interior and Exterior Highlights

Enjoy premium comfort in the Ford Escape SUV. Compared to the Nissan Rogue SUV, the Ford vehicle features more from leg room and hip room to ensure a comfortable driving experience. A foot-activated liftgate and 60/40 split second row seats provide convenient and accessible cargo storage in the new Escape SUV. Easy-push buttons on the side of each rear headrest ensure an easier cargo storage transition. On the exterior, only the Ford Escape features standard convex mirrors on the driver and passenger side, giving you a better view of your vehicle's surroundings. While both the Rogue and Escape come in a variety of paint finishes and premium trim packages, the Ford SUV stands out with fresh LED taillights, rear privacy glass, the power liftgate, and 10-spoke wheel design.

Request an Escape Test Drive at Our Maitland Ford Dealership

Now that we've demonstrated that the Ford Escape dominates the Rogue competition, we invite you to request an Escape test drive appointment at Peacock Ford! We welcome all drivers from Sanford, Casselberry, Altamonte Springs, Orlando, and Winter Park, Florida to our Ford dealership in Maitland. Contact our Ford sales associates to inquire about new Ford Escape trim models and finance solutions!

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