What Are the Ford Escape Cargo Space Dimensions?
The 2018 Ford Escape cargo space maxes out at 68 cubic feet — not much less than the larger Ford Edge. Sure, the Ford Escape offers fuel-efficient performance and a range of trims, but it’s first and foremost a utility vehicle. This means Rifle can expect a wide cargo area and thoughtful storage solutions for the journeys ahead. Read on to learn more about the new Ford Escape dimensions!
Passenger and Cargo Room
There’s no shortage of room inside the Escape. With the rear seats in use, you’ll have 34 cubic feet of cargo room. Need a little extra space for furniture or sporting equipment? Fold the rear seats down for up to 68 cubic feet. All that room doesn’t mean passengers will have to sacrifice comfort, however. The Ford Escape comfortably seats five people. Here’s a quick look at the Ford Escape dimensions:
- Passenger Space: 98.7 cubic feet
- Front Headroom: 39.9 inches
- Second-Row Legroom: 37.3 inches
- Second-Row Hip Room: 52.4 inches
- Second-Row Shoulder Room: 55.2 inches
Compact SUVs like the Ford Escape often include clever features to help you make the most of their small interior dimensions. To make it easier for Grand Junction and Denver drivers to stay organized, the Ford Escape offers:
- 60/40-Split Folding Rear Seats: Allow you to haul cargo while also transporting a rear passenger.
- Small Storage Solutions: Includes six cupholders, two coat hooks, and an overhead console with sunglasses storage.
- Optional Interior Cargo Cover: Lets you keep your belongings safe and out of sight.
Discover the Ford Escape Interior at Glenwood Springs Ford!
Compared to competitors like the Honda CR-V and Subaru Forester, the 2018 Ford Escape cargo space, performance, and features speak for themselves. Schedule a test drive near Montrose and Steamboat Springs to experience the Ford Escape from the driver’s seat. Before you do, take a moment to browse our current offers on new Ford vehicles like the Escape SUV!
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