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New Ford Escape or are there anything better with same price range?

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Re: New Ford Escape or are there anything better with same price range?

Postby Abacus » 31 Jul 2012, 07:19

tommy525 wrote:A couple of folks I know have an escape (made in usa) and they are fine. Over 100,000 miles and doing good.

Are taiwan made ones crap or what?

I didn't say the Escape was crap but rather that the Edge was better. Ride, noise and comfort improvements that come from a 5 yr old design vs a 25 yr old design.
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Re: New Ford Escape or are there anything better with same price range?

Postby tommy525 » 31 Jul 2012, 12:25

The Edge aint bad really..but test driving one, I kinda felt the brakes to be a bit inadequate?

Wonder how the new escape is going to be like? Will Taiwan be makin those soon?
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