2018 Ford Escape S vs. SE vs. SEL vs. Titanium | Elgin, IL

The new 2018 Ford Escape is a highly capable and comfortable compact SUV, perfect for your family's active lifestyle. But which trim level meets your specific needs? To assist in your decision, the product specialists at Hopkins Ford have put together this detailed 2018 Ford Escape S vs. SE vs. SEL vs. Titanium trim comparison. Read on to learn which trim package is right for you!

After learning about these four exceptional Ford Escape trims, head over to our new inventory to see the models available at our Ford dealership in Elgin, IL. Then schedule a test drive with your favorite! We also encourage you to visit our incentives page to see if you qualify for fantastic savings on your next Ford SUV. If you have any questions, give us a call at (877) 930-4997.

2018 Ford Escape Titanium

2018 Ford Escape S vs. SE vs. SEL vs. Titanium: Similarities

Whether you're debating between the practical features of the Ford Escape S vs. SE, or picking between the luxury features of the Ford Escape SEL vs. Titanium, there are several similarities all of these trims share. Check out the features you'll find on all new 2018 Ford Escape trim levels below.

  • Seating for five passengers
  • 68.0 cu. ft. of maximum cargo space; 34.0 cu. ft. of cargo space behind 2nd row
  • 6-speed automatic transmission with SelectShift® capability
  • Front-wheel drive or available Intelligent 4WD System
  • Curve Control
  • Safety Canopy® System and SOS Post-Crash Alert System™
  • Halogen reflector headlamps
  • Rear view camera
  • 60/40 split-fold-flat rear seat backs
  • LED taillamps
  • Black lower grille

2018 Ford Escape Titanium

2018 Ford Escape S vs. SE vs. SEL vs. Titanium: Differences

Depending on your personal preferences, one new Escape trim package may suit you better than another. If your daily drive is in need of the basics, the S or SE trim level could be a great fit. If you want a premium materials and an upgraded infotainment experience, the SEL or Titanium trim packages are worth considering. View differences between these four new Escape trim packages below.

  • 2.5L Duratec® engine; 168 HP, 170 lb.-ft. of torque; 21 city/29 hwy MPG (S)
  • 1.5L EcoBoost® engine; 179 HP, 177 lb.-ft. of torque; 23 city/30 hwy MPG (SE, SEL)
  • 2.0L EcoBoost® engine; 245 HP, 275 lb.-ft. of torque; 21 city/28 hwy MPG (Titanium)
  • Cloth Upholstery (S), Premium Cloth Upholstery (SE), Leather Upholstery (SEL, Titanium)
  • 17-in. steel wheels with sparkle silver-painted covers (S), 17-in. sparkle silver-painted aluminum wheels (SE, SEL), 18-in. sparkle silver-painted aluminum wheels (Titanium)
  • 6-way manual driver seat (S), 10-way power driver seat (SE, SEL), 10-way power front seats and driver seat memory (Titanium)
  • Single-zone manual climate control (S); Dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control (SE, SEL, Titanium)
  • SYNC® system (S, SE); SYNC® 3 and SYNC® Connect with FordPass™ (SEL, Titanium)
  • AM/FM single CD/MP3 with 6 speakers (S, SE, SEL); 10-speaker audio system from Sony® (Titanium)
  • Voice-activated touchscreen navigation system with pinch-to-zoom capability, SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link® (Titanium)
  • Optional SE Sport Appearance Package, which includes gloss black-painted accents, leather-trimmed features, upgraded LED exterior lighting, and more (SE)

If you have any questions, reach out to the Hopkins Ford team through our contact form or by calling (877) 930-4997.


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