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2005 Ford Escape Hybrid Reviews and Owner Comments

2005 Ford Escape Hybrid
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2005 Ford Escape Hybrid Owner Reviews (4 reviews)
  • 2005 Ford Escape Hybrid
    whatisascreenname, Portland, OR, November 24, 2014 05:05
    Overall, this has been a good reliable car so far. Not sure how it's going to do past 100,000 miles though as the power steering just failed this week (Nov 2014). And the heating / AC compressor failed in 2013 ($1,000+ repair). There was one owner of the car before me and she got all her repair and maintenance work done at the dealership here in Oregon. So far no other major problems but not looking forward to the bill for this power steering problem!!
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  • 2005 Ford Escape Hybrid
    Visitor, Miramar Beach, FL, December 04, 2010 10:45
    Has been nearly flawless except for one time which was resolved due to a recall on the hybrid battery system. Otherwise it has had zero quality issues...it's not a sports car or a luxury vehicle but it has certainly performed all the tasks it was engineered to do.
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  • 2005 Ford Escape Hybrid
    bmdouble, San Antonio, TX, December 04, 2010 10:45
    only a couple of issues,1. coolant pump failure. 2. auxiliary blend door actuator failure. both issues will cause vehicle to enter failure management mode,wrench light on,vehicle will barely move.other than these concerns,the only thing I do on these vehicles is scheduled maintenance.
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  • 2005 Ford Escape Hybrid
    Lyxi, Salem, UT, March 19, 2010 11:49
    This car was a pretty good car for the three years that I have had it. However, it seems to be a pretty common thing for it to not outlast 65,000 miles. Recently had my car completely shut down in the middle of driving. Waited 20 minutes and it started back up. I got it home and it never left my driveway again. Had it towed to the dealership who replaced the waterpump of all things. It got me home and again has not left my driveway since. That repair cost me over $400 in labor and $290 in parts. Now I'm out over $700 dollars and still don't have a functioning vehicle. Will not take it back to that dealership for the RUDE costumer service and overpriced services, not to mention the complete failure to fix the problem. I'm looking around and also pricing and replacing parts myself suggested by other FEH owners who have gone through the same. Once I get it running, I'm trading it in.
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