If you’re looking for a new SUV, then Ford’s 2020 lineup is worth checking out. The automaker’s wide range of vehicles and trim options give consumers a number of SUVs to choose from. They have an SUV for every driver: choices for  practical and durable needs, along with plenty of personalization options.

With so many Ford SUVs to choose from, it can be hard to make the final decision on what’s best for you. To help you out, here’s a quick look at all five 2020 Ford SUVs.

2020 Ford EcoSport

MSRP: Starting prices range from $19,995 to $27,380

The EcoSport is a good option for anyone seeking an SUV that also wants to save money. It’s the most affordable entry-level model ringing in at just $19,995, but it’s also a good long-term financial investment because of the fuel efficiency. The estimated gas mileage is 27 MPG for city and 29 MPG for highway driving. These stats are the same across the board for all four models, except the SES which has an estimated city MPG of 23. 

It’s a compact and sporty-looking vehicle with Intelligent four wheel drive. The EcoSport has available features like a moonroof, ambient lighting and 8-inch LCD touchscreen. The leather-trimmed seats comfortably fit five people and there’s also folding seats in the back to make room for extra cargo. 

One of Ford’s most luxurious features is the FordPass Connect system. It gives passengers access to 4G LTE Wi-fi hotspot that can be accessed from up to 50 feet outside the vehicle. This system also allows drivers to do helpful things such as schedule maintenance, compare fuel prices along your route, find parking ahead of time and more. 

2020 Ford Escape

MSRP: Starting prices range from $24,885 to $33,550

The Ford Escape’s sleek and sophisticated exterior scores this SUV major points. It’s an upgraded redesign on the classic Ford model that offers a spacious new interior and comes available in four different models. Standard features on the Escape S model include a 1.5L EcoBoost engine, 8-speed automatic transmission and 17 inch steel wheels. 

Drivers will feel safe and secure in the 2020 Escape thanks to the Ford Co-Pilot360 Technology. This system can help to avoid collisions with its automatic braking system, steering assist and alerts that detect traffic in your blind spot. 

Parking the Escape won’t be a hassle either. All drivers have to do is brake, put the vehicle in neutral and clock the assist button for the SUV to park for you.

The Escape also has a head-up display. An image will appear on the driver’s windshield that shows features like adaptive cruise control, navigation, incoming calls and more. It’s a way for drivers to easily use these functions without getting distracted. 

2020 Ford Edge

MSRP: Starting prices range from $31,100 to $43,265

If you’re looking for a smooth and fast SUVn, then the Ford Edge might be your best option. It’s built with either a turbocharged 2L EcoBoost engine or a standard 2.7L EcoBoost V6 engine, both giving drivers optimal power and desirable speeds. It also boasts 335 horsepower and 380 pounds of available torque ratings. The estimated miles per gallon is city 21 for city driving and 29 for the highway.

Something drivers might like is the auto start-stop technology featured on the SE 2L EcoBoost model. It helps to reduce fuel consumption and vehicle emissions by automatically shutting off the engine when the vehicle comes to a stop. Once the foot leaves the brake pedal, the Edge will automatically turn back on.

On certain models, the Ford Edge has a maximum towing capacity of up to 3500 pounds. The trailer sway control feature that helps drivers apply precise braking or reducing engine torque. This can help drivers feel safer and a little more at ease when towing.

2020 Ford Explorer

MSRP: Starting prices range from $36,675 to $58,535

Those with an adventurous lifestyle should take a look at the Explorer. This classic Ford model has always been known for its enhanced capabilities and the 2020 model is no exception. It’s been completely redesigned from the hood to the interior, with four different models each offering desirable modern luxuries and seven seats.

The Limited Hybrid model has impressive specs. It can tow up to 5000 pounds and is fully off-road capable. Its gas mileage is also noteworthy, with an estimated range of 500 miles of driving available between fill-ups. Entryless keyway is a standard feature for the Explorer. Drivers can get into the car with a keypad on the driver’s side door along with remote start.

Another nifty feature on the Explorer is the selectable drive modes. Depending on the terrain, drivers can modify the vehicle’s abilities to handle varying road surfaces. You can choose eco for maximum fuel efficiency, slippery or deep snow/sand mode for extra control and a couple others.

2020 Ford Expedition

MSRP: Starting prices range from $52,810 to $66,375

Ford put all of its best SUV capabilities into the 2020 Expedition. It’s the most expensive one in the lineup and offers style, power and space for up to seven passengers. It’s stronger capabilities mean it’s not as fuel efficient as other models, with estimated mileage being 17MPH for city driving and 23MPG for highways. What it lacks in fuel efficiency it makes up for in everything else, like interior luxuries and tough capabilities. 

There are eight different Expedition models available. The amount of space each one carries inside won’t have any passengers complaining about a lack of legroom. There’s standard third-row power reclining seats and a panoramic vista roof to make the space feel more open and airy.

With such a commanding vehicle and having so many passengers on board, safety features are one of the most important things to consider. The Expedition has anything and everything you’d want a vehicle to do. It has auto high-beam headlights, a lane-keeping system to keep drivers in check and blind spot info system.

Choose Your Ford Based On Your Lifestyle

The diversity of each SUV in Ford’s 2020 lineup gives you a lot of options. If you’re looking for a fast and efficient vehicle to get you through the day, then the EcoSport or Escape might be right for you. Or perhaps the Edge is better suited for you thanks to its towing capacity and fast performance.

Whatever your preference is, functionality and style are promised features with any of the Ford models. There’s a lot more functions you can learn about by visiting their website or seeing it for yourself at a local dealer. That’s also the best way to know about the latest pricing incentives and promotions the company is offering. 

This article was worked on by a variety of people from the Autoversed team, including freelancers, editors, and/or other full-time employees.