The Ford Escort 2018, for a long time (since 1968), has gained its reputation in Europe from being a reminder of fire-breathing speed cars to a family workhorse. Though it said goodbye to the old continent in 2004, it makes a comeback in the Chinese market and will be out exclusively in the communist country.
Aslo coming out this occasion, the 4th gen Focus makes its ways to Chinese car enthusiasts. The new Focus as coming to China will run on Ford’s latest global platform.
Still the chromed grille takes a predominant space in the front fascia
You can easily see the Ford Escort 2018 design comes from a combination of the current Focus and the former one. Still the chromed grille takes a predominant space in the front fascia. Plus, wrap-around taillamps appear at the rear, while on the top the sloping roof encounters the boot lid.
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Based on the European standards, the eight-inch touchscreen display gets surrounded by flat plastic surfaces. In order to appeal younger buyers, the interior is adorned with a little of character by the design of 2-tone seats. High tech includes keyless entry, electric seats, automatic wipers, and a reversing camera. There should be no worries about the safety equipment which was certified with 5-star by the NCAP’s Chinese division.
High tech includes keyless entry, electric seats, automatic wipers, and a reversing camera
When it comes to the engine, there are two options Chinese buyers can get. One is the 1.0L EcoBoost, the other 1.5L engine. The two offer both automatic and manual gearbox choices.
Changan Ford Automobile Company’s Executive Vice President, He Chaobing emphasized in a statement that the new Ford Escort 2018 comes to prove the company’s commitment to meet their customers’ expectations and bring the best things their customers may be asking for.
There should be no worries about the safety equipment certified 5-star by the NCAP’s Chinese division
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