The 2022 Ford Escape boasts a highly spacious cabin that comes equipped with the latest tech advances. It is a fuel-efficient vehicle and offers ample padding in its seats. Internally, it does not disappoint, exhibiting a contemporary look that is pleasing and attractive. Take a look at what other features you stand to enjoy in this compact SUV. We have put it up against the 2022 Toyota RAV4 so you can see how each vehicle fares.

Design & Style

The Ford Escape is known for its roomy interior. Though nothing fancy is put together for its cabin style, it still does manage to include that appeal factor as part of its package. The car seats up to five people across two rows that feature plenty of leg- and headroom. The rear seats can be slid a little to increase the legroom which is a rarity for a vehicle of its class. Comfort wise, all its seats across both rows have ample padding for maximum support.

The Toyota RAV4 has goot fit and finish interior wise and its build construction is top notch. Its whole cabin feels solid and materials used are high in quality. The car can seat five people and its front row seats are roomy. The back row may feel a little cramped and uncomfortable for longer distances.

Technology & Safety

The Ford Escape is equipped with technological advances that include six speakers, a 4.2 inch screen, WiFi hotspot, and USB ports. Safety tech of the car includes rear traffic alert, blind spot monitor, forward auto emer brakes, pedestrian detection, lane keep and departure assists, rearview camera, MyKey, and driver attention monitoring.

The Toyota RAV4 comes with an array of tech features like USB port, Bluetooth, voice control, six speakers, WiFi hotspot, satellite radio, Amazon Alexa, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a 7 inch touchscreen. For safety the car offers tools like rearview camera, sign recognition, lane tracing assist, departure warning, auto emer brakes, collision warning, cruise control, auto high beam headlamps.


The Ford Escape runs on a turbo-three engine that can put out 181 hp. There is enough power to commute across towns and on highways.

The Toyota RAV4 is easy to drive with 203 hp generated from its four-cylinder engine on an automatic. Its estimated EPA rating is 27 mpg for city and 35 mpg for highway travels.

The Bottom Line

The Ford Escape is definitely a great option to pick if you are looking for a powerful yet fuel-efficient vehicle. It also does not compromise on cabin comfort and space which can be rare for a compact SUV. Though nothing luxurious can be enjoyed inside its cabin, but the Ford Escape does look modern and appealing interior wise.

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