• The Ford EcoSport is Finally Rolling into U.S. Dealers

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Entry-level crossover enters an already loaded market

The Ford EcoSport is now in the U.S. That’s probably not as big of a deal for some people, but it is important enough that Ford is actually bringing the small crossover to America after introducing it in other parts of the world. Kind of gives you an idea of how competitive the crossover and SUV markets are on our shores.

The EcoSport will be offered with either a 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine that delivers 123 horsepower and 125 pound-feet of torque. A bigger 2.0-liter four-cylinder is also available with 160 horses and 146 pound-feet of torque on tap. The model will also be available in four trim levels, beginning with the base S trim. The SE trim sits one rung above it, while the Titanium and SES trims make up the top-half of the EcoSport’s trim options.

Aesthetically, the U.S.-spec EcoSport is expected to carry a similar look compared to its counterpart on the global market. There are elements available on the Titanium and SES trims that aren’t available in the S and SE trims. That’s to be expected, considering that Ford would want these trim options to have unique touches and options that will separate them from the other.

Ford has also released pricing details on the EcoSport. The base S trim sells for $19,995 while the SE trim costs $22,095. Move up the chain of trim options and you can get the Titanium trim for $25,740. The SES trim rounds out the lot at $26,740.

2018 Ford EcoSport prices

Model Price
2018 Ford EcoSport S $19,995
2018 Ford EcoSport SE $22,905
2018 Ford EcoSport Titanium $25,740
2018 Ford EcoSport SES $26,740


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