Ford’s new-generation Escape needs to be a hit with Australian buyers. Proving it’s better than Mazda’s most popular model would be a great starting point.
In 2001, America’s Ford and Japan’s Mazda teamed up to take on the pioneering Toyota RAV4 with a pair of twins-under-the-skins.
Two decades on, the successors to the Ford Escape and Mazda Tribute face a similar mission in Australia: to challenge the RAV4 that is romping away in the sales charts – mostly thanks to the first offering of a hybrid variant.
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