What does XLT mean on a Ford Escape?

What does XLT mean on a Ford Escape?

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Ford’s “XLT” trim stands for “extra luxurious truck” and on the Ford Escape is used to denote a higher trim level in the model’s lineup. The Escape is available in the “XLS”; “XLT” or “Limited” trims. The XLT features a 2.5 liter 4Cylinder engine paired with A6-speed automatic transmission.

What is the difference between a Ford Escape XLS and XLT?

The Ford XLT is equipped with a 5.4L V8 engine, whereas the XLS has a 2.5L I4 engine. When comparing their transmission, the XLT has a 6-speed transmission, and the XLS has a 5-speed manual transmission. The Ford XLT has a higher horsepower engine than the Ford XLT.

What is the Ford XLT package?

XLT: The XLT trim level includes chrome bumpers and a grille. It also comes with automatic on/off headlamps and rain lamp wiper activation. As with the STX package, the F-250 also includes 18-inch cast-aluminum wheels.

Is limited or XLT better?

The XLT can achieve 17 city and 24 highway MPG, while the Limited can accomplish 19 city and 27 highway MPG. The Limited comes standard with a hands-free, foot-activated liftgate, while the XLT does not. The Limited has standard PowerFold® mirrors, but the XLT doesn’t.

Does 2008 Ford Escape XLT have four wheel drive?

Used 2008 Ford Escape Overview The Used 2008 Ford Escape comes with all wheel drive, and front wheel drive.

How long does a 2008 Ford Escape XLT last?

How Long Do Ford Escapes Last? With careful handling and routine patience, Ford Escape mileage can last up to 250,000. The average is about 130,000 miles.

How many miles is a 2008 Ford Escape good for?

A properly maintained Ford Escape can easily reach 100,000 miles without any issues. In fact, many owners even report clocking over 250,000 miles on the odometer without having any major problems.

What is XLT value package?

XLT Value Package – Includes: AutoLock/Auto-unlock; Fog Lamps; Power Adjustable Pedals; Power Driver’s Seat (8-Way); Rear under-seat storage (fixed/non-locking); Reverse Sensing System (not included when ordered with Pickup Box Delete (66D)); SecuriCode keyless-entry keypad (driver’s-side)