Can a Ford Escape pull a small camper?

Can a Ford Escape pull a small camper?

Most of the Ford Escape trim levels can tow smaller RV, like popup campers and small teardrop trailers. The good news is at its highest trim level with the 2.0L EcoBoost® engine and its Class II Trailer Tow Package, the Ford Escape has a maximum towing capacity of up to 3,500-pounds.

Can you pull a pop up camper with a Ford Escape?

Ford Escape can easily tow lightweight travel trailers such as pop-ups, miniatures, and teardrops. Towing capacity ranges from 1,500-pounds to 3,500-pounds. Dealer-installed towing packages are optional.

Can my Ford Escape tow a trailer?

With the available 2.0L EcoBoost® engine and available Class II Trailer Tow Package, the Ford Escape can reach a maximum towing capacity of 3,500 pounds. This allows you to tow a lightweight travel trailer, a utility trailer, or a couple of snowmobiles.

How much will a 2015 Ford Escape tow?

Maximum towing capacity (when properly equipped) 1,500 lbs.

How much does it cost to have a hitch put on a Ford Escape?

You can expect hitch installation to start around $100 and go up to $800. Keep in mind, that you’ll also have to buy the tow hitch and other parts separately (which can easily run you another $150$200).

Can I put a hitch on my 2019 Ford Escape?

Parts Needed To Tow Trailer With 2019 Ford Escape To tow a trailer this summer with your 2019 Ford Escape, you will need a hitch, ball mount with ball, trailer wiring and locking pin. I recommend to use the etrailer Class III hitch part #e98866 because it is a concealed cross tube design with a nice…

Can you put a hitch on a 2020 Ford Escape?

We do have a trailer hitch confirmed to fit all models of the 2020 Ford Escape, including the Hybrid the Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver # DR47FR. This has a 2 inch receiver, and a tongue weight capacity of 675 lbs, perfectly suitable for a bike rack.

How do you install a tow package on a Ford Escape?

2018 Ford Escape Trailer Hitch Installation Steps

  1. Find access holes for the hitch frame. The hitch is supposed to mount to the outside of the frame.
  2. Line the two holes properly.
  3. Send fish wire through attachment hole.
  4. Attach conical tooth washer and nut.
  5. Torque the bolts down.