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The New Sedona Orange Color For The 2019 Ford Escape: First Look

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The 2019 Ford Escape adds three new exterior colors to its color palette: Baltic Sea Green, Agate Black, and Sedona Orange. Here’s our first look at the new Sedona Orange hue.

Availability

Assigned order code BP, Sedona Orange is a metallic color and is also one of two brighter hues available for the 2019 Ford Escape.

The new Sedona Orange color is included in the base price of the 2019 Ford Escape. It is available in conjunction with all trim levels and interior color combinations.

2019 Ford Escape Trim Levels:

  • S
  • SE
  • SEL
  • Titanium

2019 Ford Escape Interior Color Combinations:

  • Chromite Gray/ Charcoal Black
  • Medium Light Stone
  • Medium Light Stone/ Charcoal Black

Launch Timeframe

As of this writing, the 2019 Ford Escape is already available at the retail level, since the Ford Louisville factory in Kentucky has been churning out units for the past several months. Models in the Sedona Orange exterior color are already on dealer lots. Availability varies by dealer, so be sure to check with yours for complete details.

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Comments

  1. Donald Hayes

    I purchased a then new 2017 Escape Titanium Awd with 2.0 EcoBoost. I test drove several different brands with the Escape being the winner. 22,000 trouble free miles later and I love my Escape. Drives and rides like a car. No regrets. I will add that I’m excited to see Ford redesigning the Escape for 2020. From the spy shots. It looks likes it has some D&A of the new Focus and I think the new Focus has amazing looks and lines. Looking forward to a test drive.

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  2. Donald Hayes

    I purchased a then new 2017 Escape Titanium Awd with 2.0 EcoBoost. I test drove several different brands with the Escape being the winner. 22,000 trouble free miles later and I love my Escape. Drives and rides like a car. No regrets. I will add that I’m excited to see Ford redesigning the Escape for 2020. From the spy shots. It looks likes it has some D&A of the new Focus and I think the new Focus has amazing looks and lines. Looking forward to a test drive.

    Reply
  3. John F Grychak

    Love our new 2019 Escape Titianium, even better than our 2014 model.

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    1. John F Grychak

      I was very disappointed to see that no CD player was in my 2019 Escape? In fact I wish FORD would incorporate the same system as Chryslers Juke Box system, like my Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited has.

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  4. linda miller

    love my new escape see although was disappointed that there is no cd player in it.

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