Ford Escape (Kuga) Oil Type

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Ford Escape (Kuga)

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You can find 47 different trims for the Ford Escape (Kuga) and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 2000 through to 2024 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

First introduced in the year 2000, the Escape model was originally a joint program between Ford and Mazda.

Mazda went on to release their version that shared the same platform as the Tribute and was intended to take on the Toyota RAV4 the dominated the compact SUV market.

Not only did these two auto manufacturers release their own versions but Ford's child brand Mercury also released a re-badged luxury offering using the same chassis.

The Mercury version is called the Mariner and is not only styled differently on the outside but offers more comfort features inside.

Ford offered a hybrid version of their Escape that could switch between being pure gasoline-powered or electric-only - an option they also offered on the Mercury Mariner.

With the introduction of the second generation model for all 3 brands, buyers found that mechanically the cars were very similar though new technology had been added.

A new GPS system was added to the dashboard and Ford's pull-drift steering mode had been added that assisted the driver through the power steering.

In 2013 the third generation hit the showrooms bringing new styling to the range of compact crossover SUVs - the Kuga nameplate replaced the Escape name outside of the USA.

When the fourth generation entered production in 2020 the car was given a wider range of engine/power-train combinations to help it sell in emerging markets such as China.