I bought my 2019 Ford Escape Titanium a month ago (1/1/2020)- I bought it new but it was being used by a Ford employee's family member for 6 months prior as a demo. It had 2000 miles on it when I bought it and I was the first to have it titled. First thing I noticed was a low rattling sound that sounded like it was in the far back of the vehicle.That has been ongoing but has not affected the driving/performance of the vehicle. This is a 4 cylinder Escape and the digital display always shows it getting about 11-16 mpg in the city and only an average of 21 mpg on the highway. That seems very low for a 4 cylinder vehicle. Next, after a month of owning it all of a sudden when I come up to an intersection or a stop sign a sensor pops up on the screen showing a picture of the vehicle with a red line circling around the whole car and a beeping alert. This happens whether or not any other vehicles, pedestrians or anything else is in the near vicinity of my car. Lastly, now when I start the car a warning shows up that it's time for an oil change - the car has 2700 miles on it so that does not even seem possible yet! So I'm wondering if it's at all possible that the odometer was rolled back. Let me emphasize that this was a 2019 Ford Escape Titanium listed as a "New" vehicle, not used. Am I missing something or should I be concerned that I was misled when I bought the vehicle and that it actually could have been really "used" when I bought it. It was not registered or titled and had no plate on it when I first test drove it. Thanks for any advice you can offer. I feel like I've been "taken for a ride."