Ford sport utility vehicles are popular. Not only are they spacious and well thought out, but they’re also efficient in any situation. Because they also come standard with the CoPilot360 package, they’re also safe for everyone in the family.
But not all SUVs are created equal. While they share many technologies, Ford’s different models have their specialties and capabilities. Whether you’re more adventurous or more family-oriented, the Ford family has a model for you. But it’s essential to study each one carefully and choose the one that will best suit your needs. And of course, once you’ve made up your mind, come and see us, and we’ll take you on a test drive of the vehicle that will take you on the road to adventure.
Which Ford SUV is right for you?
The Ford Escape is a modern compact SUV. Its silhouette sets it apart from its rivals, but it’s its performance and multiple trim levels that draw attention. Under the hood, traditional models offer two engine options and performance that peaks at 250 horsepower. Properly equipped, it can tow up to 3,500 pounds. But a hybrid version, and another plug-in hybrid offering 50 kilometres of electric range, are added to the total.
Seating for five, seats that fold flat to free up a maximum of 949 litres of cargo space, and the optional Intelligent 4WD system are just some of the features that make the Escape a versatile and affordable choice.
1.5-litre 3-cylinder engine
2.0-litre turbo engine
Hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions
8-speed automatic transmission
3,500-pound towing capacity
Selectable driving modes
Standard heated front seats on SE, SEL and Titanium
Want adventure but don’t need an extreme vehicle? That’s precisely what the Bronco Sport offers. Smaller in size than its big brother Bronco, it still has some of the same qualities, including the GOAT drive mode system and the Hoss suspension available on some models.
The Bronco Sport is also an everyday vehicle, offering a direct driving experience and advanced onboard technology, including a voice-activated navigation system. Perfect for off-road adventures, the Bronco Sport is also the ideal companion for a night out with friends.
The Ford Edge is Ford’s most family-friendly SUV. Each of its five available trim levels comes standard with the Ford Co-Pilot360 suite of safety and driver-assist technologies, including a blind spot information system with cross-traffic alert, lane tracking, automatic high-intensity headlights, and more. If you’re looking for family versatility and the feel of a performance vehicle, there’s no better choice than the Ford Edge.
But there’s more to the Edge than safety. It can deliver impressive performance in ST trim, thanks to its 335 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque. It can also offer more with its 250-horsepower engine, but either way, it provides plenty of space and a ride worthy of a large sedan.
When it comes to space, capacity, versatility and choice, the Ford Explorer tops the list. Its ability to accommodate up to seven passengers completes a lineup of vehicles with undeniable qualities. Whether you choose the more sedate XLE, the more luxurious Titanium, the sportier Explorer ST or the more adventurous Explorer Timberline, you’ll find something to suit your needs in one of the most comprehensive lines in the class. The Explorer even comes in a hybrid version for added economy.
But no matter which version you choose, you get a modern SUV that combines the most advanced comfort technology with exceptional sporty capabilities. The optional B&O audio system turns the cabin into a concert hall, while the Drive Mode Management System lets you go wherever you want. Explorer is the full-size Swiss Army knife of the Ford family.