The 2017 Ford Escape is a compact SUV manufactured by Ford Motor Company. It’s available in gas, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid versions. The Ford Escape was introduced in 2001. The main competitors of the Ford Escape include the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, and Nissan Rogue.
In this article, we will explore the towing capacity of the 2017 Ford Escape.
How much can the 2017 Ford Escape tow?
The 2017 Ford Escape has a towing capacity of 3,500 pounds, when properly equipped. This means that it can tow small trailers and campers.
Please note, the towing capacity will vary based on factors such as engine type, drivetrain and whether or not your vehicle is equipped with a towing package. If you are unsure of your vehicle’s towing capacity, please contact your local dealership for details.
Towing Capacity By Engine Type
The 2017 Ford Escape is available in four different engine options: a 1.5L EcoBoost I3 engine, a 2.0L EcoBoost I4 engine, a 2.5L I4 Plug-In Hybrid engine, and a 2.5L I4 Hybrid engine.
The towing capacity of the 2017 Ford Escape will vary based on certain factors like engine, drivetrain and trim level. We’ve broken out the maximum towing capacities by engine type below:
2.5L I4 Engine Maximum Towing Capacity – 1,500 lbs
1.5L EcoBoost I3 Engine Maximum Towing Capacity – 2,000 lbs
2.0L EcoBoost I4 Engine Maximum Towing Capacity – 3,500 lbs
2017 Ford Escape Payload Capacity
The Ford Escape has a payload capacity of 1,500 pounds. This means that it can carry a large amount of weight in its trunk or on its roof.
2017 Ford SUV Towing Chart
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