Not thrilled with it. Wife likes it but it is her first new car. 17 inch wheels with 50 series tires ride too harsh (I'm looking for a set of 16" wheels to run 60 or 65 series) and have to be set to 36psi. I think it cost too much ($28k) for what we got but again it is what the wife wanted. It's a Titanium but the passenger seat is not power! A Titanium but no remote start except for the Ford Pass cell phone app! Titanium but manual lumbar seat adjustment. My 2016 F150 XLT has power passenger seat, factory remote start integrated into the OEM fob and power lumbar adjustments.
I don't drive her EcoSport much at all (I love my F150) so that is what I've noticed the 2 times I've been in it since buying it 9 days ago.
Also those darn TPMS , Wrench light and now a recall.
Dropped the EcoSport off at the dealer at 10am today. The recall will fix the TPMS and Wrench light (bcm-body computer) needs to be reflashed/updated BUT they couldn't do the recall today. The new EcoSport, Expedition and Navigator use a new scantool software called FDRS (old software is IDS) and the FDRS is almost entirely internet/ web based. Well since this recall resulted in a stop sale / delivery hold / stop demonstration all dealerships are trying to perform the recall on all of their EcoSports in inventory or they can't sell them or allow them to be out on a test drive. So since this recall was released back on Friday all of the techs hitting the FDRS servers have created a bottle neck and now they can't download the new bcm calibration file. Suppose to take 20-30minutes tops to do the recall and I'm reading reports of techs trying for HOURS on the same car and still being unsuccessful. So the dealership called me at 3:30 and said they couldn't get the recall done.
They said to make an appointment for another day.
So ya... not thrilled about the EcoSport.