The Ford Escape has always included the day's most advanced technology to keep you and your loved ones safe, but the 2020 edition of the beloved crossover is Ford's best yet. If you have questions about how the 2020 Ford Escape works harder than ever to keep you and your family safe, give Titus-Will Ford in Tacoma, WA a call at your convenience.

Co-Pilot360: Now featuring Ford's Co-Pilot360 suite of technology, the 2020 Escape makes cutting-edge safety features more accessible than ever before. Features like Rear View Camera, Auto High-Beam Headlamps, Lane-Keeping System, and Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking are now standard across all trims of the 2020 Ford Escape.

Lane-Keeping System: Everyone gets distracted while driving occasionally, which is why the Escape has a built-in Lane-Keeping System to help you stay in your lane if you have a momentary lapse in attention. While this standard system does not automatically control your steering, it does alert you if its radars detect that your Escape has wandered outside the road lines.

Blind Spot Information System: The 2020 Ford Escape features an available Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) that provides notifications when another vehicle enters your blind spot. The Cross-Traffic Alert uses the same radar technology to audibly alert you if a vehicle is detected while you're backing up.

Adaptive Cruise Control: The Escape's Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go feature uses radar technology to monitor the traffic ahead and automatically adjust your cruising speed. The available Adaptive Cruise Control feature means you never have to worry about canceling cruise control in standstill traffic or resetting your speed when traffic clears up.

Active Park Assist 2.0: If you struggle with difficult parking jobs, the Escape's available Active Park Assist 2.0 is here to help. The Escape is able to automatically park your car for you, even in the trickiest parallel parking spots. To engage the Escape's parking assistant, just come to a full stop, shift to neutral, and press the "Active Park Assist" button.