Ford Escape Sales Figures

2013 Ford Escape
Here you will find monthly and yearly Canadian and U.S. sales figures for the Ford Escape. Use the dropdown at the top right of this page or at GCBC's Sales Stats home to find sales figures for any other vehicle currently on sale in North America.
                                                
Month
Ford Escape
U.S. Sales 2010
Ford Escape
U.S. Sales 2011
Ford Escape
U.S. Sales 2012
Ford Escape
U.S. Sales 2013
Ford Escape
U.S. Sales 2014
January
10,753
13,973
17,259
19,939
19,459
February
15,156
18,005
18,666
24,110
23,145
March 
19,182
23,975
22,679
28,934
28,701
April 
19,146
21,240
16,986
25,826
24,579
May 
19,203
23,140
23,077
29,123
31,896
June
15,540
22,274
28,500
28,694
25,110
July 
14,689
24,411
21,572
22,343
26,558
August 
14,838
20,607
28,188
26,714
28,996
September
14,313
20,225
23,148
22,607
21,718
October
14,578
19,046
19,832
22,253
24,919
November
14,937
21,823
20,970
20,988
25,528
December
18,691
25,574
20,131
24,462
25,603


Month
Ford Escape U.S. Sales 2015
Ford Escape U.S. Sales 2016
Ford Escape U.S. Sales 2017
Ford Escape U.S. Sales 2018
Ford Escape U.S. Sales 2019
January
20,054
19,219
20,588


February
20,915
23,854
27,637


March 
26,303
28,521
28,113


April 
25,770
23,920
25,637


May 
29,248
30,861
27,830


June
24,126
29,003
27,151


July 
29,253
26,260
27,716


August 
28,870
28,061
23,631


September
28,473
25,065



October
24,719
23,505



November
20,807
23,012



December
27,954
25,788



                                                       
Month
Ford Escape
Canadian Sales 2010
Ford Escape
Canadian Sales 2011
Ford Escape
Canadian Sales 2012
Ford Escape
Canadian Sales 2013
Ford Escape
Canadian Sales 2014
January
1711
2969
2209
2741
2597
February
2786
2796
2363
2415
2750
March 
3692
3890
3710
3255
3790
April 
3202
3376
3245
4101
4821
May 
4647
4468
3857
4718
5452
June
6040
5684
3674
4251
5908
July 
4604
4323
4941
3973
5078
August 
2989
4109
4642
4161
5081
September
3790
3707
4491
4045
5107
October
3247
3313
4353
4820
4568
November
2996
2612
3833
3662
3732
December
3334
3001
2781
2999
3314


Month
Ford Escape Canadian Sales 2015
Ford Escape Canadian Sales 2016
Ford Escape Canadian Sales 2017
Ford Escape Canadian Sales 2018
Ford Escape Canadian Sales 2019
January
2475
2372
2399


February
2354
2349
2649


March 
3529
3484
3884


April 
5020
4203
4363


May 
5403
4279
5397


June
4817
3867
4751


July 
3664
4576
4256


August 
4442
5074
4219


September
4806
4919



October
3913
3957



November
4144
4610



December
3159
2971





Year
Ford Escape
U.S. Sales
Ford Escape
Canadian Sales
2002
145,471
n/a
2003
167,678
n/a
2004
183,430
20,360
2005
165,122
23,493
2006
157,395
25,542
2007
165,596
31,643
2008
156,544
32,898
2009
173,044
36,980
2010
191,026
43,038
2011
254,293
44,248
2012 
261,008
44,099
2013
295,993
45,141
2014
306,212
52,198
2015
306,492
47,726
2016
307,069
46,661
2017 YTD *
208,303
31,918
Source: Automakers & ANDC 
* 8 Months U.S. & 8 Months Canada

See the Ford Escape compared with its rivals in the monthly Small SUV Sales charts on GoodCarBadCar.net


RELATED

Ford Motor CompanyFord BrandBroncoCrown VictoriaC-MaxEdgeE-SeriesEscapeExcursionExpeditionExplorerExplorer Police InterceptorFiestaFlexFocusFreestarFreestyleF-SeriesFusionGTMustangRangerTaurusTaurus Police InterceptorTaurus XThunderbirdTransitTransit ConnectWindstar

4 comments:

  1. Dec 2001 and Jan 2012 Ford Escape sales show people motivated to buy the last of the classic Escape SUV shape after Ford showed the new 2013 escape.
    0% and 2500 cash back helped make my mind up. Happy 2012 Escape owner.

    ReplyDelete
  2. I agree with you. I bought one because I like the look of a truck and after making this SUV for 10 years Ford has it perfected. I would never buy a first year car from any manufacturer. I love my new Escape!!!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Just an observer7/03/2012 10:58 pm

    Ford's new Escape with those EcoBoost engine options will continue to make it a winner. A 240HP engine in this class with exceptional gas mileage puts Ford ahead of many of it's competitors. The unfortunate thing about the 2013 Escape is that front end....looks like it's already been in an accident.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Made our Escape10/16/2012 8:02 pm

    I drove my mother in law's 2011 Escape Limited with the V6 AWD back to back against a 2013 Escape SEL AWD 2.0 Ecoboost. I then drove a CRV, Equinox, Santa Fe (2012) and Tiguan. We are the very happy owners of the 2013 Escape SEL for reasons too numerous to mention.

    ReplyDelete

Please stay on topic. Feel free to argue and debate, but stay friendly and do not get personal. Comments signed as Anonymous will likely be rejected as possible spam. Login with a Google account or assign yourself a name. Keep in mind, kids read this site.

If the post on which you are commenting is more than 40 days old, the comment will undergo moderation as a means of avoiding spam.