With the EcoSport, Ford enters the already over-populated sub-compact SUV space. Instead of a brand new design, the blue oval has imported the second-generation baby-ute which first came off the production line in 2013. It's wildly popular in Brazil and India, but how will the 2019 EcoSport (pronounced Echo-Sport) hold up against some stiff competition in the U.S. market? Kelley Blue Book's Lyn Woodward might help you find out.

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    • Baylee LeBron
      Baylee LeBron

      Great review! Thank you!!

      about 5 days ago
    • Ple Eu
      Ple Eu

      High price for what it is with low resale value. In two years after you buy it, you'll be begging people to give you half of what you paid. In three years even worst. Same stupid choice as the Escape. Just stay away from the brand "Ford".

      about 7 days ago
    • Kellen Harris
      Kellen Harris

      I've never seen someone complain about the console and door elbow rest not being at the exact same height. Who cares? You're driving - not at the movies. I also beg to differ about the seat comfort. I have a 2019 EcoSport, and one of the first things that I noticed about it was the seat comfort. However, I am very small framed. Taller or wider people may struggle in this car.

      about 8 days ago
    • Christopher Groleau
      Christopher Groleau

      lol ford. just not even trying

      about 8 days ago
    • Aditya Kashyap
      Aditya Kashyap

      Indian people consider the FWD of this vehicle best in class πŸ˜‚

      about 8 days ago
    • King Java
      King Java

      Forgot Nissan​ Kicks..​

      about 13 days ago
    • Tyrone Marquez
      Tyrone Marquez

      Where do they keep the spare tire

      about 14 days ago
    • Carlos M. Garcia Rivera
      Carlos M. Garcia Rivera

      Nice piece of πŸ’©

      about 15 days ago
    • bill smith
      bill smith

      I really like my ecosport.not as fast as a kona,but? Its got alot more clearance,and it can tow a couple thousand pounds too.and its not a rocket but its not painfully slow like an hrv.one thing about fords too is that in 25 years itll still be intact,no rust holes lime in a honda or a hyundai.its unstoppable in the snow too.

      about 22 days ago
    • Hakeem Sd70M
      Hakeem Sd70M

      It's a shame they didn't keep the spare tire on the back of the EcoSport like the one it has in it's home market. That's the reason for the swing-out tailgate. A real shame. I miss the era of SUVs with spare tires on the back...I know, I'm old. And now everything looks the same.

      about 24 days ago
    • Aaron Warner
      Aaron Warner

      Sooo... Where are more reviews with her? She's entertaining...

      about 1 month ago
    • Bert Groeneveld
      Bert Groeneveld

      I guess she rather drives an 8 cylinder tank ? Bad review and biased as well.

      about 1 month ago
    • Lucas Fernandez
      Lucas Fernandez

      The Hyundai and the Toyota sub compacts look like shit so at least the ecosport looks nice. Not that one though that orange color and trim level also look like garbage but less fancy ecosports look nicer usually

      about 1 month ago
    • Benjamin Burkhardt
      Benjamin Burkhardt

      Works in Brazil maybe but Americans and Europeans deserve better, Ford

      about 1 month ago
    • Mark Decker
      Mark Decker

      I recently bought a new 2019 FWD Ecosport Titanium. I choose it because of some options over other vehicles.
      First, I absolutely despise black interior. Hyundai Kona and Honda HRV , Subaru Crosstrek are usually black interiors. Yes, you can get grey in any of those. No beige. Choose the HRV and you are limited to just 3 exterior colors if you go with grey. Kona, has grey seats, but dash and doors are still almost all black. Same with Crosstrek. Crosstrek say grey interior. That's BS in my opinion, to me it's black with a grey stripe.
      I choose the Ecosport in medium light stone interior, which is being.
      Loaded up the Titanium trim brings some good options. Yes it lacks some modern safety features. The Titanium trim brings better softer suspension compared to SES trim. Titanium adds the 700watt B&O sound system that rocks. Adds 8.5" touch screen. Adds NAV with the SYNC 3. Adds projector headlights. Nothing fancy, just halogen bulbs but an improvement with projector lenses.
      I have the 1.0 Ecosport. This thing is a gem despite perhaps being low on power. It isn't bad and handles all the roads and hills I drive . I feel bad for those you get the 4WD. You get take hefty hit In fuel mileage. The 1.0 is way superior in noise , vibration, and harshness. The 1.0 is definitely a superior product to the 2.0 offering despite being the weaker engine.
      Also if you read the reviews, the 2.0 isn't really much quicker at all. The 4WD and 2.0L adds about 300lbs of weight over the FWD. Neatly canceling out those horsepower gains.
      Now to the fuel economy. I live in Pennsylvania and live in the mountains, also I drive way above average miles per year. I specifically went of my way to obtain a FWD version. Almost everything is 4WD where I live. I had to 90mi to Pittsburgh suburb dealership just to find and test drive a FWD equipped Ecosport.
      I live less than mile from a ski resort and 2nd highest mountain in the state. I'm up and down hills and mountains and drive on roads that's aren't conducive to producing good fuel economy on vehicles. I'm currently at 2500mi on my vehicle. My first tank of gas was my worst and averaged over 31MPG for the tank.
      My last fill-up I drove 346.7mi and squeezed in 10.44 gal of fuel giving me an average of 33.2 MPG for the tank. All of my fillups have yeided about 33 34MPG average. The dash info yields similar results. I reset my trip odometer at fill up and check miles when I filled up.
      I don't know how EPA calculates MPG, the numbers seem low for this vehicle. I really don't know how you could drive this vehicle and only muster 27MPG.
      Also, I drive high mileage. I prefer any vehicle in FWD over a 4WD or AWD counterpart. The FWD will deliver better fuel economy. I live near a ski resort and I have never owned a 4WD vehicle yet. I drive high mileage and I will winterize my vehicle and switch to a dedicated winter tire when the season comes. A quality set of winter tires is superior to any All season tire. I've past many 4WD and AWD that couldn't go in snow. Braking and handling is superior with a good set of winter tires. Never will I pay the extra money for a 4WD vehicle and take the hot on fuel economy.
      It is normal with my occupation to drive upwards of 40,000mi/yr.

      about 1 month ago
    • Teta _98
      Teta _98

      Look amazing πŸ‘

      about 1 month ago
    • John Doe
      John Doe

      Ford gave up cars because they couldn't make reliable and attractive cars. And this ugly expensive thing is what their offering. Mawhahaha! Im sure this won't blow up in their face.

      about 1 month ago
    • Kyool 24
      Kyool 24

      It may seem weak but it really isn’t once you’re actually in one. No race car, but does just fine for the driving that most people would do!

      about 1 month ago
    • Chiharu Fukuda
      Chiharu Fukuda

      honda fit still the best

      about 1 month ago
    • Chiharu Fukuda
      Chiharu Fukuda

      buy volvo xc40

      about 1 month ago
    • Mr.Martin Gaming
      Mr.Martin Gaming

      Would Ford Ecosport be a good first car?

      about 2 months ago
    • Who Farted
      Who Farted

      I guess I'm gonna keep my focus

      about 2 months ago
    • Maverick

      She is clearly a Ford hater..... I begin to notice that when she introduced the ranger just recently.

      about 2 months ago
    • Manish Nandish
      Manish Nandish

      Here in india this is a gem

      about 2 months ago
    • Andrew Wolfenstein
      Andrew Wolfenstein

      Journalists complain about cars not having lumbar support and when they review one with lumbar support they complain about it being uncomfortable πŸ˜‚

      about 2 months ago
    • Hakeem Sd70M
      Hakeem Sd70M In reply to Andrew Wolfenstein

      All modern car seats are way too stiff and uncomfortable as hell to me, with the exception being the Nissan Armada. Besides that, give me the seats in a 1985 Cadillac Sedan Deville anytime over the new stuff they offer.

      about 24 days ago
    • Laquinta Chappell
      Laquinta Chappell

      I hate you I would go buy a Ford Ecosport rather than a Honda

      about 2 months ago
    • mathew mann
      mathew mann

      I don't know why...but i just love this car 😁

      about 2 months ago
    • demarc

      You're really better off with a Focus OH WAIT

      about 2 months ago
    • The Slow Lane TV
      The Slow Lane TV

      Don’t buy one

      about 2 months ago
    • Daniel Braun
      Daniel Braun

      You forgot to say you live in sunny southern California

      about 2 months ago