The all-new Escape
comes with a standard Ford Co-Pilot360™ safety suite, which includes
Pre-Collision Assist and Automatic Emergency Braking. These technologies use
sensors to detect potential car accidents and apply the brakes if necessary.
During IIHS testing, for instance, the Escape avoided collisions at 12 mph and
25 mph — earning the vehicle a Superior rating.
To earn the Top Safety Pick award, the Escape scored “Good” in all six aspects of the crash tests, including driver-side small overlap front, moderate overlap front, side, roof strength, head restraint, and passenger-side small overlap front tests.
What else is distinct
about the Ford Escape’s safety features? The Escape Titanium comes with LED
reflector headlights to optimize visibility, and the model scored exceptionally
well when it came to child seat anchors. You’ll also find a Blind Spot
Information System to monitor hard-to-see areas, available Active Park Assist
to make parking easier than ever, and available Adaptive Cruise Control to keep
you at a safe following distance.
Test drive the Escape
at Tropical Ford today to learn more about its advanced safety systems.
The 2020 Ford Super Duty won’t arrive at Tropical Ford until the end of this year, but already it’s making waves in the news with its unbelievable number of best-in-class accolades for its three engine options.
The standard 6.2-liter gas V8, for example, delivers
best-in-class max payload capacity at 7,850 pounds.
Need more power? Go with the new 7.3-liter gas V8 engine,
which pumps out best-in-class 430 horsepower and 475 lb-ft of torque, another
But the most impressive performance stats come from the
available 6.7-liter Power Stroke® Turbo Diesel engine. This engine achieves
best-in-class diesel gooseneck towing at 37,000 pounds, best-in-class diesel
fifth-wheel towing at 32,500 pounds, and best-in-class diesel conventional
towing at 24,200 pounds. It also cranks out best-in-class horsepower and torque
— 475 horsepower and 1,050 lb-ft respectively.
But that’s not all. Ford also promises that the new 2020
Ford Super Duty truck lineup will also offer best-in-class water fording
capability thanks to the Tremor Off-Road Package.
“Ford truck customers are building a better world with Super
Duty, and we’re helping them work even harder with the most available diesel
towing, payload, torque, and power you can get in a heavy-duty pickup,” explained
Mike Pruitt, Super Duty chief engineer. “We’re excited to be in the nation’s
largest truck market at the State Fair of Texas announcing we’ve surpassed the
kilotorque barrier and made it standard with every pickup truck featuring a
Power Stroke diesel engine.”
We know what it takes to take on the off-roads here in the States, and apparently so do our friends down under — the Australian Motoring Awards recently announced that the Ford Ranger Raptor is Australia’s 2019 4×4 of the Year.
The Ford Ranger Raptor features a
210-horsepower 2.0-liter Bi-Turbo diesel engine paired with a 10-speed
automatic transmission, Fox racing shocks, BF Goodrich All-Terrain tires, and
Ford’s advanced Terrain Management System. 4×4 Australia, the magazine
responsible for selecting each year’s winner,says that the Ford Ranger Raptor is an “enormously fun-to-drive, competent,
and capable” off-roading vehicle, perfect “on any back road — the rougher the
better — or any 4×4 track.”
Unfortunately, the all-new Ford Ranger Raptor
is still unavailable in the United States, but it’s been causing a ruckus across
Australia, Europe, and Asia since its release last year. You can expect to see
this innovative off-roader on American back roads — and here at Tropical Ford —
in the next few years, likely with the release of the next generation of Ford
Coming in a close second for the 2019 4×4 of
the Year was another Ford Ranger model, the Ford Ranger XLT Bi-Turbo. The last
time the title went to a Ford vehicle was in 2015, when the Ford Everest snared
the top prize.
Check out Ford’s tough and rugged truck lineup at Tropical Ford.