Discovering new treasures with the 2018 Ford Escape

Lately, the weather has been so beautiful and I have been craving adventure more and more. Now that my vacations have officially come to an end, I have been having major summertime sadness. Sometimes, it is nice to change up routine and visit places that you have never been before. So last weekend, I did just that! I made a day trip to Aberfoyle Antique Market in Guelph. Just like an antique market, where you can find old treasures  or repurposed furnishings, Ford Canada is highlighting their commitment to the use of renewable materials in the Escape with soy foam, post-consumer cotton and post-consumer plastics. Soy foam has been used in seats by Ford Motors for 10 years now, which has saved more than 228 million pounds of CO2 from entering the atmosphere. Ford also uses detergent bottles, tires and battery casings used to make underbody systems, The latest example is the engine cam cover on the Ford Escape.

I drove the 2018 Ford Escape, which made the ride go by super quick; no sore backs and no getting lost. Ford Motors, has made it possible to adventure cost-effectively and cut your carbon emissions with the Auto Start-Stop Technology. This is great when you are stopped in traffic because it prevents the car from using unnecessary fuel. This is excellent when driving downtown.

A key component when going on a road trip is to make sure that you know where you are going. One of my favorite features of the vehicle is the SYNC3 and the voice-activated navigation system. This was super easy to use and I found it to be the best navigation than any I have used before. It’s amazing to have voice activated features because this allows you to remain hands-free. With the simple touch of one button on the steering wheel and your voice, you will be on your way to your destination in no time.

The feature that I found most desirable in the 2018 Ford Escape, was the self-park assist. I am really bad parallel parker…I’ve actually never met someone who was good. I have always found it tricky because when another car is waiting behind me, I end up turning my wheels 638291 million times then shifting from drive-reverse like a mad woman. By following a few simple steps that display on the screen, your car will have parked itself the perfect distance away from the curb and surrounding cars.

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Ford Motors Canada lended me the vehicle. Although, all of my opinions are my own.

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