The Ford Escape has a new look for 2020, and by general consensus it's more interesting and diverse than ever, notably thanks to hybrid and plug-in hybrid variants joining the lineup. It's also roomier inside than the model it replaces, despite outwards appearances. And yet, the moves have apparently not been enough to get sales off the ground.
Normally, when a vehicle is renewed, its popularity increases – but that hasn't been the case with the Escape since it was upgraded last fall. And the pending arrival of the Bronco Sport, which is built on the same platform, likely won't help.
See also: Review of the 2020 Ford Escape
See also: Review of the 2020 Ford Escape Hybrid