Ford Escape (Kuga) Coolant Type
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Ford Escape (Kuga)
- Manufacturer: Ford
- Data Source: Owner's Manual
You can find 46 different trims for the Ford Escape (Kuga) and their corresponding recommended coolant type.
The years available stretch from 2000 through to 2022 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.
The Escape first made its debut in 2000 for the North American market. It has then been a staple of the Ford SUV family ever since.
It has been such a consistent model that it has even been re-released under different names in various regions. The most notable of these are the Ford Kuga, which was released in the European market in 2008.
Since its initial release, a total of four generations have been unveiled. The fourth and latest of these first came to the markets in 2020. This version then received a facelift in 2022.
In terms of the Ford SUV family, it often is compared to its sibling, the Edge. It has also gone up against a number of rivals like the Honda CR-V, Volkswagen Tiguan, and Kia Sportage.
Ford has offered just three trim levels for the latest version of the Escape. These consist of the base S, followed by the SE, SE Sport, SEL, and the Titanium.
Older trim levels have typically included the XLS, XLT, XLT Sport, and Limited packages.
Of course, engines have varied over the years that the model has been on the market. For the latest version, these have consisted solely of petrol and hybrid engines. For the conventional petrol variants, these include a 1.5 L inline-3 and a 2.0 L inline-4. The PHEV version is powered by a 2.5 L inline-4.
Older engines fell around a similar range, but were typically slightly larger. There was never a diesel powertrain offered by Ford.
These engines have been mated with either an 8-speed automatic and a CVT.