2022 Ford EcoSport

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  • Overview

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    Budget-friendly, agile, and plenty capable are just a few ways to describe the 2022 Ford EcoSport. The subcompact SUV is the smallest in Ford's fleet, but it offers more than what the eye can see. For instance, the EcoSport comes standard with Ford's all-wheel drive system and can tow up to 2,000 pounds, which is impressive for an SUV of such stature.

    The EcoSport's compact size makes it agile and easy to maneuver in heavy traffic and narrow streets, which is why it's a top choice among commuters. It's also an excellent option for drivers who are ready to bid farewell to sedan life and enjoy the higher driving position of an SUV without getting behind the wheel of a mid-size or full-size behemoth. The EcoSport is the "right-sized" SUV and lives up to its reputation as Ford's "feel good, do everything" model.

    What else makes the EcoSport so impressive? With a starting MSRP of $22,040, the EcoSport won't break the bank whether you opt for the entry-level EcoSport S, mid-tier trims like the EcoSport SE and EcoSport SES, or the top-tier EcoSport Titanium.[a] Whatever you choose, the EcoSport's innovative connectivity, safety, and driver-assist features add to its attractiveness and ensure you stay connected, informed, and safe anytime you're behind the wheel. But don't expect the EcoSport's perks to stop there.

    Ford's smallest SUV will save you plenty of money at the pump, with the EcoSport averaging 23 MPG in the city and 29 MPG on the highway. This efficiency means keeping more of your hard-earned money in your wallet, making the EcoSport an even more attractive option. So what else can you expect from the model? Here's a comprehensive look at everything you'll find on the 2022 EcoSport.


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  • Performance

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    The Power You Need for Your Daily Routine

    The 2022 Ford EcoSport is made for in-town driving with its 2.0L four-cylinder engine delivering the power you need. This power translates to 166 horsepower at 6,500 rpm and 149 lb-ft of torque at 4,500 rpm for smooth acceleration and agile handling. This handling is enhanced by the EcoSport's six-speed SelectShift automatic transmission with Auto Start-Stop. Why is this important?

    The EcoSport's transmission seamlessly shifts between gears to optimize the SUV's performance and responsiveness. Simultaneously, its automatic start-stop feature enhances efficiency whenever possible. For example, when you're idling at a red light with your foot on the brake, the feature will shut off fuel consumption to keep more fuel in the EcoSport's 13.8-gallon fuel tank. Once you take your foot off the brake and engage the accelerator, the EcoSport's engine seamlessly comes to life. It balances performance and efficiency to deliver an average fuel economy of 23 MPG in the city and 29 MPG on the highway.

    While the EcoSport's engine ensures you have the power you need to explore the road ahead, Ford makes sure its smallest SUV also delivers plenty of capability. This starts with the EcoSport's impressive towing capacity of 2,000 pounds and extends to Ford's Intelligent Four-Wheel Drive, which comes standard on every trim and gives you the confidence to explore any terrain. Available tools like Hill Start Assist take this confidence even further by holding the EcoSport in place on hilly terrain as you transition from the brake to the gas pedal, eliminating the risk of rolling backward.

  • Technology

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    Providing All the Electronic Tools You Need While on the Road

    Ford gives you all the tools you need to stay connected when you're behind the wheel of the 2022 EcoSport. Small but mighty, the EcoSport features Ford's renowned SYNC 3 infotainment system via an 8-inch color touchscreen display. The system gives you easy access to your favorite apps via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration that puts these features in an intuitive layout at your fingertips.

    With smartphone integration, you can make calls, send messages, and navigate the fastest route. However, Ford recognizes that even these conveniences can steal your focus from the road. To mitigate this possibility, Ford equips the EcoSport with a virtual assistant. Using the Ford+Alexa app, you can use simple voice commands to make phone calls, stream your favorite playlist, listen to the latest headlines, get weather updates, add items to your shopping list, etc.

    The EcoSport's SYNC 3 infotainment system goes beyond smartphone integration. It's a hub of features like SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link, SiriusXM Radio, and voice-activated touchscreen navigation. Every 2022 EcoSport comes with a three-month trial subscription to SiriusXM Radio. Upgrading the EcoSport adds voice-activated navigation that lets you use voice commands to find your destination, locate nearby gas stations, restaurants, coffee shops, and more. The feature also comes with a five-year subscription to SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link, which gives you detailed weather and traffic updates, fuel prices, and other vital travel information.

  • Safety

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    Of Course, the EcoSport Has Your Back With Safety Features

    Ford believes that every driver deserves to have confidence when they get behind the wheel. This confidence comes easy in the EcoSport with the Ford Co-Pilot360 suite of safety and driver-assist features. Standard on every trim, the tools in Ford's Co-Pilot360 minimize the potential for collision by enhancing your visibility around the SUV.

    The core of the Ford Co-Pilot360 suite is Ford's Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with Cross-Traffic Alert. BLIS equips the EcoSport with an extra set of eyes, extending your view around the EcoSport at any speed. For example, the tool alerts you to vehicles in your blind spots when trying to change lanes or merge into traffic. It can even alert you to vehicles crossing the rear path of the EcoSport as you back out of a busy parking area, saving your rear bumper from an accidental fender bender.

    Ford's Co-Pilot360 also outfits the EcoSport with a standard rearview camera and automatic headlamps that optimize your visibility. You'll also find available tools like the Rear Parking Sensor that make it easy to navigate the EcoSport into any parking spot. Once you shift into reverse, the Rear Parking Sensor activates and keeps an eye out behind the SUV, alerting you with a series of beeps if an object or vehicle is in your path. The closer you get to the object, the beeps increase in speed and make it clear that it's time to hit the brakes.

    Beyond these safety features, the EcoSport also considers young drivers and their parents. Driving comes with significant responsibility, which adds enormous stress for parents of teen drivers. To mitigate this stress, Ford equips the EcoSport with MyKey technology. This feature allows parents to program a key with restricted driving settings. For example, parents can promote safe driving habits by programming the key to require seatbelts, limit top speeds, and reduce the radio volume when their teen gets behind the wheel.

  • Trims

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    The S

    The EcoSport's four-trim lineup guarantees there's a model for every budget, starting with the EcoSport S at $22,040.[a] The EcoSport S lays the foundation of what you can expect from Ford's smallest SUV and is a well-equipped base model. It comes standard with all-wheel drive and safety features like a rearview camera and Hill Start Assist. In terms of connectivity, you'll find the EcoSport S gives you access to a 4G LTE WiFi hotspot via FordPass Connect that turns the subcompact SUV into a mobile entertainment venue or office.

    The SE

    Opting for the EcoSport SE adds several amenities and tech features to the SUV. For example, the Ford Co-Pilot360 suite adds rear parking sensors and upgrades like the Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with Cross-Traffic Alert. You'll also find more audio and connectivity features centralized on the EcoSport's 3.8-inch SYNC 3 touchscreen display. In addition, you'll have access to SiriusXM and can add the voice-activated touchscreen navigation system.

    The SES

    The EcoSport SE's features lay the foundation for the EcoSport SES and the top-tier EcoSport Titanium. The SE and Titanium upgrade the 3.8-inch SYNC 3 touchscreen to an 8-inch touchscreen display and come standard with the voice-activated touchscreen navigation system. The trims also add a power moonroof and rain-sensing wipers, a valuable tool that ensures your view is clear in inclement weather. So, how do the trims differ?

    The Titanium

    The SES has a sport-like feel with its black roof-rack side rails, molded-in-color black beltline molding, and black painted grille and surround. It also features unique design details like a leather-wrapped steering wheel with integrated controls, chrome inserts, and accent stitching. On the Titanium, the top-tier trim replaces the SES's 17-inch black-painted aluminum wheels with dark stainless-painted machined aluminum wheels for a sleek and sophisticated aesthetic.

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