ICQ was actually the first im I used. I've kept it only to see if anyone else who I knew then ever logs on (nope).I like how they used the same style from the focus to the escape looks nice also u still use ICQ i forgot about that whole chat thing along time ago lolz
Not talking body, talking interior. Like the Fiesta/Focus, I'm certain that center radio stack is the same piece with the same "cell-phone" button layout. It makes sense. Things like the light control cluster are also probably the same, just because it fits the design AND it's already being made.not excactly sure if its cost cutting i mean the body design is the same doesnt mean its the same part/size etc. I think it ws because the body style wow very popular that they dont want to change that too much and want to appeal to customers. if u look at the rear taillight it also looks like it was evos inspired too.
Yeah, the escape is second car to have only one LCD in the guage cluster. It also has the climate controls seperate from the Sony head unit unlike the other MFT vehicles other than Focus. I wonder if this is a trend or just vehicle specific.Here's Motortrend with the MFT variant: looks like you can add HVAC and heated seat controls and e-brake handle to that list. Every little bit they don't have to manufacture elsewhere saves time and money.
I think I'd feel right at home in a 13' Escape
Figured as much. Smart move by Ford, not only does it keep the design language consistent, it also saves time and money because manufacturing can be done supporting multiple vehicles with one part.Hi, it's called the Kuga over here, as it is based upon the Mk3 Focus, 2012 to you guys, as the previous model was also based on the Mk2.5 Focus, it will share many of the interior looks and parts.