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After 1 month of research, analyzed the pluses and minuses, I found my EcoSport SES 4WD with only 18,400 / km on the odometer. Purchased from a Ford dealership in St-Jérôme, as a Ford Certified vehicle with an extended 8-year / 120,000km warranty.
A first week of learning and driving, I am 100% satisfied with my purchase
In this group. I hope to find advice to keep my EcoSport 2018 in top condition for years to come
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"Same here . Finally 8 months later and she’s tip top ! Deff some kinks they need to work out"
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Same here. I've had my 2018 EcoSport SES (w/ cold weather package, tri-coat white paint) for
about 28 months now. Just turned 37K miles. Have had zero issues, and spent $0 on repairs
or maintenance - thanks to the 42,000 Reward Points that were awarded to me at purchase
upon activating the FordPass app.

I purchased this MSRP $28,969 EcoSport in May 2019 for $17,156 (+ taxes & license fees)
due to rebates, discounts, etc. A few weeks ago, I went to the Carvana website and plugged
in my VIN. They offered to buy my car on-the-spot for $19,359. I was SO tempted to sell and
walk away having made money on this car...but then I thought about it and realized that I
actually really like this car. It meets all my needs. So I'm keeping it, at least for now.
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No issues with my 2020 Ecosport after about 2,000 miles. Bought with 23k already on the odometer. The two things I dislike most are the seats not folding flat for the hatch area and the motor wants to bog and not shift if driving a low speed like 25 mph going uphill. 25-29 mpg is a lot better than my Escape!
 

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No issues with my 2020 Ecosport after about 2,000 miles. Bought with 23k already on the odometer. The two things I dislike most are the seats not folding flat for the hatch area and the motor wants to bog and not shift if driving a low speed like 25 mph going uphill. 25-29 mpg is a lot better than my Escape!
The seats do fold flat. Pull the bottoms up (there are straps), lay the backs flat, and adjust the rear floor to the highest level.
For the low speed stuff, put the tranny in S. It helps a lot for quick city driving or off-road hijinks.
My SES has paddle shifters, but yours should have a +/- button on the shift lever to let you select gears yourself.
It's an auto, but you have a lot of control over it when you want it.
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