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Tuesday, September 5, 2017

5 reasons you should “Escape” back to college

Posted By on Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 9:44 AM

Does your car have what it takes to make it through the school year? If your daily driver has had a maintenance light on for the last several thousand miles, it may not be school-year-ready. Check out the Ford Escape.

Space for all of your gear (and then some).

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Move-in day isn’t the last time cargo room will come in handy. Whether you’re picking up extra tables or chairs for a party or just hauling your bike to the trail, you’ll be glad you have an SUV. With the 2017 Ford Escape, you’re not limited to what you can fit in the back - there’s a universal trailer hitch you can use to haul up to 3,500 lbs.

Gas mileage that will save you money.

You’re a student, and you don’t want to fill up your tank any more than you have to — especially when gas prices start to look like the GPA you wish you had! With good fuel economy, your adventures are easier on your wallet and the environment. The Ford Escape blends fuel economy and performance to give you an EPA estimated 29 highway miles per gallon.

Reliable enough for all of your adventures.

If you’re heading back to campus, it’s important you have a vehicle that won’t leave you stranded by the side of the road on your way back from a night out. A 2017 Ford Escape won’t let you down - but just in case something does go wrong, you’re covered by a 3 year bumper-to-bumper warranty.

Safety features that have your back.

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Self-driving cars aren’t ready for us yet, but you can scope out vehicles that use modern technology to help protect you from distracted driving. The 2017 Ford Escape comes with features like Lane-Keep Assist, Blind Spot Monitoring, Forward Collision Warning with Brake Support, Enhanced Active Park Assist, and Voice-activated stereo controls

If you are unlucky enough to get in an accident, you want your car to protect you. The Ford Escape earned a 5-star Crash Safety Rating from the National Highway Traffic and Safety Association.

Luxury feel that won’t cost you an arm and a leg.

Sure, when you’re car-shopping, the bells and whistles aren’t the most important thing. But they sure do help! The 2017 Ford Escape Titanium includes quite a list of luxury features like: heated front seats, XM radio, dual-zone A/C, and leather interior trim.

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Ready to find your Ford Escape? Look no further than McLarty Ford, the #1 Ford Dealer in Arkansas. Head on over to McLarty Ford at 4400 Landers Road in North Little Rock or give them a call at (855) 981-4130. For a limited time, McLarty Ford is offering up to $3,900 cash back and 0.0% APR financing for up to 72 months on select 2017 Ford Escape for qualified buyers. McLarty is so confident that they can offer you the best deal, they offer a 110% Price Difference Guarantee.

If you find a lower price, they’ll refund you 110% of the difference.

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