Here Are The 2020 Ford Escape Colors

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Ford just posted the configurator for the all-new 2020 Ford Escape, giving us our first official look at the exterior color palette of the new compact crossover. Overall, The Blue Oval’s new compact CUV will be offered in ten exterior colors, including one glossy option, seven metallics, and two premium tintcoats.

The 2020 Ford Escape colors include:

  • Star White Metallic Tricoat
  • Sedona Orange
  • Rapid Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat
  • Dark Persian Green
  • Velocity Blue
  • Desert Gold
  • Magnetic
  • Agate Black
  • Ingot Silver
  • Oxford White

Eight of the ten 2020 Ford Escape colors are included in the price of the all-new compact SUV, with the exceptions being Star White Metallic Tricoat and Rapid Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat. These are extra-cost colors, but the exact pricing is not yet available.

2020 Ford Escape Exterior Color Availability
Color Cost Color Code Interior: Dark Earth Gray Interior: Sandstone Interior: Ebony
Star White1 Extra cost AZ A A A
Sedona Orange2 Included BP A A A
Rapid Red1 Extra cost D4 A A A
Dark Persian Green2 Included D9 A A A
Velocity Blue2 Included E7 A A A
Desert Gold2 Included G6 A A A
Magnetic2 Included J7 A A A
Agate Black2 Included UM A A A
Ingot Silver2 Included UX A A A
Oxford White3 Included YZ A A A

Legend:

  • A – Available
  • N/A – Not Available
  • 1 – Additional charge – premium tintcoat color, not available on S models
  • 2 – Metallic paint color
  • 3  – Not available on Titanium models

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Ford Authority strives to provide accurate and up-to-date information about the vehicles and features in question. However, errors and misprints do happen on occasion. In addition, the manufacturer can change availability of exterior colors and interior color combinations at any time and without notice. Always consult with your dealer regarding color availability information before making purchase decisions.

Ford Authority will not be held responsible for any omissions, misprints or any other errors.

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Written by Francisco Cruz

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