The Baby Looking Ford Ecosport Starts At $20,990


And they actually made it modern with a lift up tailgate! See:

Its still a baby crossover based on a Fiesta. But anyway, heres the pricing breakdown.

S trims start at $20,990. The standard engine is a 1.0 turbo 4. There is a 2.0 4 option if you don’t want the 1.0. But adding it requires you get AWD along with a $1500 price increase. There really aren’t any options per se, but there are options. 5 total: a cargo management system, which is probably just a cargo area net for $110, front and rear mud flaps for $200, Ford’s dated keyless entry keypad for $110, remote start for $495 and and a spare tire carrier mounted on the rear lift gate(you know, if you want the appearance of being a real off roader) for $185. With all those options ticked, you’re at $23,590, or $22,090 with the base 1.0 engine and FWD. Not bad.

The SE trim starts at $23,900. At this trim you can get an SE Convenience package for $1795 that includes things like BLIS, Sync and ambient interior lighting. For whatever reason though, there is already a $500 discount on this package if you add it. There’s a cold weather package that adds heated seats and mirrors for $395. There is also a 17in black wheel option for $470. With the same options ticked from the base trim and including the 17 wheels and Convenience and cold weather packs your’re sitting at $28,475, $26,975 with the 1.0 and FWD.

There are 2 upper trims on the Ecosport. First off is Platinum of course. Starting at $26,735 it has more bright work than the other trims. It also comes with a premium audio system from Harmon. There really aren’t any other options other than the ones mentioned above. With those ticked $29,960 with the 2.0 and AWD, $28,460 with the 1.0 and FWD.

The top trim and second of the “premium” trims is a sporty trim called SES, which they are touting as “added adrenaline” (literally their words on the site).


It had black trim that goes well in the color above, called Canyon Ridge. It also comes with this trick orange trim on the seats:and on the dash:

Kinda cheesey, but you know they are trying to target millennials. With all options boxes ticket, you are literally right under $30 grand. $29,515 to be exact. You can only get the 2.0 in this trim as well. Which means standard AWD. It should sell in the lucrative small crossover market. It also undercuts the competition price wise who all easily crest 30 grand with the options they have. The Ecosport arrives at dealers early in 18′.


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