Used 2018 FordEcoSport SES 4x4 SUV

  • VIN: MAJ6P1CL0JC192155
  • Stock: 9R007
40,374 miles
Fuel Economy
23.0/29.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
White Platinum
Interior Color
Ebony Black
Ford EcoSport

Detailed Specifications

  • 1st and 2nd row curtain head airbags
  • 4-wheel ABS Brakes
  • ABS and Driveline Traction Control
  • Audio controls on steering wheel
  • Automatic front air conditioning
  • Auxilliary transmission cooler
  • Bluetooth wireless phone connectivity
  • Braking Assist
  • Bucket front seats
  • Cargo area light
  • Cloth/leatherette seat upholstery
  • Colored center console trim
  • Colored dash trim
  • Colored door trim
  • Compass
  • Cruise control
  • Cruise controls on steering wheel
  • Daytime running lights
  • Driver and passenger heated-cushion, driver and passenger heated-seatback
  • Driver and passenger knee airbags
  • Dual illuminated vanity mirrors
  • Electrochromatic rearview mirror
  • Express open glass sunroof
  • External temperature display
  • Flip forward cushion/seatback rear seats
  • Front Ventilated disc brakes
  • Front fog/driving lights
  • Front reading lights
  • Fuel Capacity: 13.6 gal.
  • Fuel Consumption: City: 23 mpg
  • Fuel Consumption: Highway: 29 mpg
  • Fuel Type: Regular unleaded
  • Interior air filtration
  • Leather/chrome steering wheel trim
  • Leather/metal-look shift knob trim
  • Manufacturer's 0-60mph acceleration time (seconds): 7.9 s
  • Max cargo capacity: 50 cu.ft.
  • Navigation system with voice activation
  • Painted aluminum rims
  • Passenger Airbag
  • Power remote driver mirror adjustment
  • Power remote passenger mirror adjustment
  • Power windows
  • Privacy glass: Deep
  • Radio Data System
  • Rear seats center armrest
  • Rear spoiler: Lip
  • Remote Engine Start : Remote Engine Start - Smart device only
  • Remote power door locks
  • Roof rack
  • SYNC 3
  • SYNC 3 911 Assist
  • Side airbag
  • SiriusXM AM/FM/Satellite Radio
  • SiriusXM Satellite Radio(TM)
  • Speed Sensitive Audio Volume Control
  • Speed-proportional electric power steering
  • Split rear bench
  • Stability controll with anti-roll
  • Suspension class: Sport
  • Tachometer
  • Tilt and telescopic steering wheel
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • Total Number of Speakers: 7
  • Transmission gear shifting controls on steering wheel
  • Trip computer
  • Turn signal in mirrors
  • Vehicle Emissions: LEV3-ULEV70
  • Video Monitor Location: Front
  • Wheel Diameter: 17
  • Wheel Width: 7.5

Dealer Notes

Get ready for another crossover SUV in Ford's lineup. Eyeing the burgeoning success of subcompacts such as the Chevrolet Trax and the Honda HR-V, Ford has dipped into its global cache to bring you the 2018 EcoSport. Already on sale in other countries, the EcoSport is indeed a small utility vehicle â€" it's nearly a foot-and-a-half shorter than the Escape. Inside, you'll notice the difference in cargo capacity. The Escape boasts 34 cubic feet of space behind the rear seats, while the EcoSport makes do with just 20.9 cubic feet (about 2 cubes fewer than a Focus hatchback). Among pint-size crossovers, though, the EcoSport's cargo area is actually one of the largest in its class. Ford has you covered if you're looking for the latest entertainment technology. Almost all EcoSport trim levels are equipped with a large central touchscreen powered by the excellent Sync 3 infotainment system featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. Unfortunately, there's not as much a priority on advanced safety equipment â€" a standard rearview camera and optional blind-spot monitor are the only modern-day driver aids you'll find. Another downside is the EcoSport's available engines. A turbocharged three-cylinder with front-wheel drive is standard, while a slightly more powerful four-cylinder is paired with all-wheel drive. The three-cylinder engine is painfully slow; a 0-60 mph time of 11.4 seconds is worst-in-class. It'll be even worse with passengers in tow. The four-cylinder offers slightly better acceleration, but its 4 mpg hit to fuel economy in city driving is substantial. Frankly, it's a no-win proposition with either engine. Overall, the Ford EcoSport is a viable subcompact SUV as long as you keep in mind the lethargic acceleration and lack of the latest and greatest safety features. The 2018 Ford EcoSport is a five-passenger subcompact crossover that slots below the Escape in Ford's SUV lineup. The EcoSport S is pretty well equipped, with available all-wheel drive and most basic amenities you will want from a modern car. The SE is quite a bit pricier, but its list of added features is extensive. From there, buyers can go in one of two ways: the sport-themed SES â€" adding the EcoSport's upgraded engine and standard all-wheel drive â€" or the luxurious Titanium, with leather upholstery and a Bang & Olufsen premium sound system. EcoSport S, SE and Titanium models with front-wheel drive are powered by a turbocharged 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine (123 horsepower, 125 pound-feet of torque). Optional for those models and standard on the SES is all-wheel drive and a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine (166 hp, 149 lb-ft). Both engines are paired to a six-speed automatic transmission. The short list of standard equipment on the base S model is indicative of its modest price. Features include 16-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights, hill start assist, remote locking and unlocking, full power accessories, a rearview camera, air conditioning, cruise control, a driver information display, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, height-adjustable front seats, 60/40-split rear seats, a cargo cover, a removable cargo floor panel, front floor mats, Bluetooth, a 4.2-inch central display screen, and a six-speaker audio system with two USB ports. Upgrading to the SE equips the EcoSport with LED running lights, foglights, body-colored exterior accents, roof rails, rear privacy glass, rear parking sensors, a sunroof, keyless entry and ignition, dual-zone automatic climate control, an upgraded driver information display, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, a six-way power-adjustable driver seat (with manual lumbar), heated front seats, upgraded cloth upholstery, rear floor mats, a 6.5-inch touchscreen with the Sync 3 interface, satellite radio, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality. Seventeen-inch wheels are available as a stand-alone option. The SE's optional Convenience package further adds blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, interior ambient lighting, a navigation system, an 8-inch touchscreen, a seven-speaker audio system and a 110-volt household-style power outlet. The SES is the somewhat sporty variant. It has the contents of the Convenience package and the 2.0-liter engine/AWD combo, along with 17-inch wheels, a sport-tuned suspension, black exterior styling elements, automatic wipers, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, steering wheel-mounted shift paddles and leather upholstery with cloth inserts. The luxe Titanium builds off the contents of the SE with Convenience package, further adding 17-inch wheels, body-colored bumpers, heated mirrors, automatic wipers, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, leather upholstery, blind-spot monitoring, and a 10-speaker Bang & Olufsen premium audio system with HD radio. A Cold Weather package is available on all trims except the S, adding the heated mirrors, a heated steering wheel, a windshield wiper de-icer and floor mats. A keyless entry keypad and remote engine start are stand-alone options on every trim level. Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book -
Overall4.4Out of 5
  • 2018 Ford EcoSport 3 Month Evaluation

    By Phil1336 on Saturday, April 07, 2018

    Almost 3 months of ownership an 1500 miles driven an my impression of the new Ford EcoSport is so far very positive. Cocerns of Fit & Finish an general Quality Control from a vehicle built in India is not an issue whatsoever..Quality materials, comfort an Value are all in place. The Value is in the Base S Trim Model for 21K. Unless you need a Power Sunroof, Push Button Ignition an SYNC 3, this is the way to go. The EcoSport is (not) a 27K or 28K Vehicle no matter how many bells an Whistles you choose to add. It looks like a Baby Escape with as much if not more ground clearance. Interior layout an quality an comfort of seating an materials used is excellent for a Base Trim Vehicle. I actually prefer the EcoSport over my other Vehicle a 2017 Honda HR-V in LX Trim! 3 gripes though. NO Emergency Spare Tire (Donut) just a Tire Inflator Kit (worthless) or order the Ugly Full Size Spare mounted on the Rear Hinged Hatch Door. No CD Player in any Audio System an Sirius Satellite Module not available in Base S Trim. Even a 11K Hyundai Accent or Kia Rio includes the Sirius/XM feature! Fuel Economy also is a bit disappointing for a Vehicle with a 3 cyl engine an only 1 ltr. displacement. Rear Seat Legroom is a bit challenging too. Small storage area behind rear seats is barely adequate unless one or both of the Rear Seat are folded down. All in all, for a 19K New CUV, a like it!
  • Bigger than a Fiesta, small than an Escape

    By Nimble on Friday, August 09, 2019

    At 60+ this car is comfortable to get into and out of and a hoot to drive. I don't race nor off road adventure. I look for comfort and reliable tech - this car has it. I have the Titanium model with all the bells and etc. I have the 2.0l engine so it has enough get up and go. I commute 84+ miles 5 days a week. I traded in a Fiesta Titanium 5 speed manual for this car and am most satisfied (and I liked my Fiesta). @45mph I get 35 mpg at 25, 35, 60 or 70 mph I get 26-28 mpg; still not bad for a 4wd at this price point. I like the side opening door, but wish it had an interior handle to help it close as the ext surface/contour is too smooth. I have an Escape and a F250, so all I need this car to be is what it is and not something else; it meets the mark, A+. I would buy again, every time!!!
  • Not bad for a baby Escape!

    By Jen on Thursday, November 14, 2019

    So, I traded my 2008 Escape in for a 2019 Ecosport SE. I won't lie, I LOVED my Escape, so it was hard to say goodbye. After driving the Ecosport for a little over a month, it is growing on me. I've nicknamed it the baby Escape. The auto start/stop I found annoying at first, but after it reaching 30MPG, during the summers when I'm only driving with the windows down, I'm not complaining. It seems to handle well in the snow, thus far. I'll know more once winter actually hits! The turn radius is phenomenal and I do need to use it on my daily commute. The power it has for a 3-cylinder engine is pretty impressive. You're not going to win a race in it, but the pick up and go is good for an engine that small. The center console is pretty far back and sits low, so I lost my arm rest in that respect. There really isn't much leg room in the back seats, but fortunately, I don't plan on having many passengers. I don't mind the side hinged read hatch, though I do miss the lift glass, as that made it easier to get small items in and out of the cargo area quicker. I'm still getting used to having less cargo capability than my Escape, so I suppose I'm a little spoiled in that respect. The features that came with the Ecosport are basic compared to today's vehicle features, rear camera and sensors, infotainment center, and heated seats, but compared to an 11 year old vehicle, they're pretty updated, so it's like getting free upgrades without being charged any upgrade costs. Plus, I was even able to get the candy blue color I wanted!

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