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2008 Ford Escape Hybrid FWD 4dr I4 CVT

2008 Ford Escape
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Front Wheel Drive, 4 Door, 2WD Sport Utility Vehicles
34 mpg city / 30 mpg hwy
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2008 Ford Escape

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  • 1 Review
    Debbie S
  • Unsatisfactory quality
  • "JC's Speedy Lube SUCKS. It took them 4 hours to change a tire. They couldn't figure out how to bolt my hub caps back on. They ended up putting only one bolt per hub cap back in. I didn't notice until the next day. They suggested I buy insurance on the tires to cover replacements. I bought it but when I needed it because the sidewall got punctured they told me I could not pick it up and have it put on by another company that only deals in tires They said I could not do that. They had to do it so they could charge me to mount and balance it. They are a rip off company. Stay away from them!!!Very unhappy customer,Scott Shore"

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    DRIVERS LOG: 2008 Ford Escape Hybrid: – EXECUTIVE EDITOR WES RAYNAL: I love the idea of a tall wagon that gets great mileage. In this case, the execution needs a little help, but the idea is good. Source:

    The Top 5 hybrid SUVs available today – Filed under: Hybrid, AutoblogGreen ExclusiveSport Utility Vehicles may be the anti-poster-child for the green movement, but there may not be a better choice for certain types of families. As a class of vehicle, the SUV has been around since the 1950s Source:

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