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    FS: 2015 Ford Escape SE, AWD w/ 2.0L Turbo EcoBoost

    I figure it's probably a long shot, but what the hell. With the recently-installed snow tires, this car is a beast in the Colorado mountains.

    For sale is a used 2015 Ford Escape SE w/ the 2.0L EcoBoost turbo engine. This SUV has all wheel drive and is in excellent condition: there are only a few tiny scratches on the exterior, and the car has never been in an accident or needed any work done other than the standard maintenance. The interior is clean with no stains or scratches on the fabric or dash/controls. As of today (2/25) there are 56,300 miles on the odometer. In addition to the standard options on the Escape, I have also added the following:

    - Brand new General Altimax Arctic snow tires, installed last month
    - 2.0" receiver hitch mount
    - Custom roof rack system

    I will have the car professionally detailed for the buyer before handing over the keys. I own the car outright and have title in hand, for a quick sale for any interested buyer.

    SOLD SOLD SOLD (KBB Is just over $16k for a private-party sale, not including extras). Car is located in Eagle, CO but I'm willing to drive to meet a buyer. PM if interested.

    MPG: 21 city / 28 highway
    Horsepower: 231 hp @ 5,500 rpm
    Towing capacity: 2,000 lbs
    Engine: 2.0 L 4-cylinder Turbo w/ Ecoboost
    Radio: AM/FM w/ Bluetooth Capability, AUX and Sirius/XM
    Curb weight: 3,645 lbs
    Dimensions: 178″ L x 72″ W x 66″ H
    Transmission: 6-speed automatic

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    shit..... caught me month ago I would have been all over this for the wife.

    bump for great deal.

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    FS: 2015 Ford Escape SE, AWD w/ 2.0L Turbo EcoBoost

    Dang, timing is just a bit off for me as well. I think I just need to subscribe to all smoken posts because of so many great deals

    Just curious, but what's the replacement vehicle for the escape?

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    Cute little wagon! Curious also what is replacing it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcski View Post
    Dang, timing is just a bit off for me as well. I think I just need to subscribe to all smoken posts because of so many great deals

    Just curious, but what's the replacement vehicle for the escape?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmedslc View Post
    Cute little wagon! Curious also what is replacing it?
    Sorry for the late reply. I had a Ford Transit 250 for my business, plus this for personal use... I had to return the Transit, so that combo is being replaced by a RAM 1500 that I can use for personal and business, plus a 6x12' trailer to haul my demo bikes.

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    Keep a lock on that trailer. Thieves in the intermountain west are pros at making those disappear.

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    Yep. The Weston folks had their snowcat on the trailer stolen last year. Thieves jump on i70 and they are in another state in a few hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simple View Post
    Yep. The Weston folks had their snowcat on the trailer stolen last year. Thieves jump on i70 and they are in another state in a few hours.
    No. Wrong Tucker.

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    Ok. I recall them telling me their snowmobiles got stolen so maybe mixing up instances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackattack View Post
    Keep a lock on that trailer. Thieves in the intermountain west are pros at making those disappear.
    Yep, definitely something I've thought about and am trying to avoid needing to use.

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    Bump, I'd like this moved by the end of March if possible....

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    Couple questions, since I'm trying to convince Mrs C to unload her Xterra (because I hate riding in it):

    What's the interior color?
    Do you have other (non winter) tires/ second wheelset?
    What's the custom roof rack?
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    if you have to resort to taking advice from the nitwits on this forum, then you're doomed.

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    Drive two of these exact cars at work. With the proper tires this car will kill it in any and all snow conditions. Never been a ford guy but driving two of these for the past 4 years has made me reconsider. Good luck selling OP.

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    Interested...custom roof rack not in the pic, or the side rails and cross bars shown in the pic werenít originally on the vehicle and you added?


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    Sorry, not a custom roof “rack”... just the cross bars that aren’t included as standard.

    Chup, the interior is gray and black (with no tears or stains), I’ll add a few pics. And I do not have a second set of tires.

    Shoot me a PM for quicker replies, it’s tough following things in the B/S forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackattack View Post
    Keep a lock on that trailer. Thieves in the intermountain west are pros at making those disappear.
    Locks arenít always enough. I usually backup to a fence or wall, so they donít have enough room to unhook and spin.

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