Ford Escape Discount Offers Up to $1,000 Off In March 2023

During March 2023, a Ford Escape discount offers up to $1,000 off for 2023 models, while separate low-interest financing offers and Ford Red Carpet Lease offers exist for 2023 models. It’s important to note that all aforementioned discounts and incentives vary depending on market.

Ford Escape Incentives

Ford Escape discount offers for March 2023 vary by U.S. region. Below, we’ve compiled a list of the largest observed discounts toward the 2022 Escape in four major U.S. markets:

  • New York:
    • Ford Red Carpet Lease offer:
      • $329 lease per month for 36 months
      • $3,729 due at signing
      • Security deposit waived
    • Retail offer:
      • 0 percent APR financing for 48 months
        • Requires Ford Credit Financing
  • Detroit:
    • Ford Red Carpet Lease offer:
      • $258 lease per month for 24 months
      • $3,109 due at signing
      • Security deposit waived
    • Retail offer:
      • 2.9 percent APR financing for 60 months
      • Requires Ford Credit Financing
  • Miami: 0 percent APR financing for 60 months
    • Requires Ford Credit Financing
  • Los Angeles:
    • Ford Red Carpet Lease offer:
      • $329 lease per month for 36 months
      • $3,729 due at signing
      • Security deposit waived
    • Retail offer:
      • 2.9 percent APR financing for 60 months
      • Requires Ford Credit Financing

Meanwhile, the largest observed discounts in the same four major U.S. markets for the 2023 Escape are as follows:

  • New York: $1,000 Retail Order Bonus Cash
  • Detroit: 5.9 percent APR financing for 60 months + $1,000 Bonus Cash
    • Requires Ford Credit Financing
  • Miami: 0 percent APR financing + $1,000 Retail Order Bonus Cash
    • Requires Ford Credit Financing
  • Los Angeles: 5.9 percent APR financing for 60 months + $1,000 Bonus Cash
    • Requires Ford Credit Financing

The aforementioned Ford Escape discount offers will be available through April 3rd, 2023.

Ford Escape Pricing

For reference, here are the Ford Escape trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs, including destination and acquisition charges:

2022 Ford Escape

  • S – $27,185
  • SE – $28,520
  • SE Hybrid – $30,185
  • SE Plug In Hybrid – $35,455
  • SEL – $30,895
  • SEL Hybrid – $32,550
  • SEL Plug In Hybrid – $38,190
  • Titanium – $37,305
  • Titanium Hybrid – $35,095
  • Titanium Plug In Hybrid – $40,700

2023 Ford Escape

  • Base – $30,140
  • Active – $31,485
  • ST-Line – $32,480
  • ST-Line Select – $35,680
  • Platinum – $39,105
  • ST-Line Elite – $40,100
  • PHEV – $42,640

Disclaimers

  • Must take delivery from an authorized Ford dealer’s stock by April 3rd, 2023, unless specified otherwise.
  • See dealer for details.
  • Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
  • Some customers may not qualify for these Ford Escape discount offers.
  • Residency restrictions apply.
  • Ford discount offers might not be available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.

We strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information about the vehicles and their incentives in question, but errors and misprints can happen. In addition, the manufacturer can change incentive information 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 misprints, typos or any other errors.

Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

Alexandra Purcell

Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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  • I ordered a 2023 Ford escape back in November,here it is march and no one is telling me anything,it’s like Ford is in hiding,for the first time in 40 years I’m gonna go look at a Toyota,if at least someone would say something like were working on it,,,,nothing

    • I ordered on November 14th and was given a VIN in January. Due to the shutdown my build date has been pushed back a few weeks but according to people at blue oval forums some customers have their car built with anticipated ship dates in early April. So, it looks like things are finally moving. Hopefully they don't have any more set backs with production.

  • Ordered a PHEV Escape last November still not a word when they will even start to build it. looking at other car models. Need more information, dealer just emails keeping in touch.

    • You are going to find the same problem with other car manufacturers. No cars are being built right now...Rav4 Prime has a 2 year waitlist in some cases. I've looked at alternatives and the few that I am in interested in have extensive wait lists or just cost way too much!

  • Discounts on them even though they haven't built a single customers vehicle yet. I ordered ours back in mid October. The only thing I've heard is that they're not building orders yet. SMH Ford shouldn't launch a vehicle before it's ready. Slap a different color paint on the 2022's and sell them. At least people could receive a vehicle.

  • Ordered my Escape PHEV at the end of October. After a few delays it is built and shipped as of 4/15.

  • Agreed. I ordered an Escape and Corsair in September 2022 to see which would come in first. They keep pushing back production dates every week. 3 months after December launch , they have build no retail orders. I am going shopping for a new Kia or Hyundai next week . If I find one I will buy it . At this rate my orders will come in May if I am lucky. So then the new 2023 will be a year old in another 3-6 months when the 24 models come out . I am done with Ford , they can’t build anything but trucks , they don’t care are all , and can’t fix quality issues. The Escape plant only built 3,000 employee and test vehicles in 3 months . That’s less than a weeks production at a slow rate. They should sell out to someone who knows how to build and design vehicles , as they don’t know how anymore

  • I am with you. I was going to buy a KIA PHEV and thought I would give the Ford Escape a try. The last Ford I owned was in 1973. Now I know why! Fix Or Repair Daily

    I own a 2020 KIA Telluride. Now there's a vehicle.

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