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Traded for a 2017 Escape Titanium 2.0 AWD. Traded in a 2013 2.0 FWD Escape with 92,000 miles. Both cars had/have been flawless. The 2013 needed an HID headlight replace at 42,000. I paid $100, Ford and dealer picked up the rest($1,400)
 

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I traded in a 2017 Lincoln Continental 3.0 EcoBoost AWD...all options... I had more problems with that car than any I've ever owned. 42k miles on it when traded. $76k sticker. Man it was a nice car but it spent so much time at the dealer.
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Traded in a 2014 Renault RS200 Clio turbo which was a genuine hot hatch. Went from one extreme to the other... :LOL:
 

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Well, I traded in a 2013 C-Max SEL, which had been virtually flawless, save for brakes rusting out due to high regen use and local road salting, and an odd radio glitch requiring a fuse pull. I loved the drivetrain, and I was able to afford the replacement.

As to wheel fitment, I had 16" Ford steel wheels with snows on the 17" OEM C-Max without issues. I'd look at trim levels for your 2019 to see if there's an 18" option. The 2020's go down to 17".

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Year a half ago, sold a '99 CV and turned that into a 2015 white Titanium (sunroof). then 6 months ago, traded a '02 CV for a silver 2016 Titanium (sunroof, sandstone interior, tow package) (which was totaled 2 weeks ago). And just last week, bought outright a leftover, white '19 Titanium (sunroof, sandstone interior, tow package). Main reason for buying the Escape: I'm a good size guy, and its the only SUV that I could get in without hitting my head and/or knees on any of the structure or other areas of the interior.
 

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Let me try this again. I didn't actually trade in a vehicle when we bought our 2020 SEL but a few months ago we sold our 2010 Mercedes Benz C300 Sport in preparation for whatever vehicle we were going to buy. Only had 36k miles in just under 10 years.
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Let me try this again. I didn't actually trade in a vehicle when we bought our 2020 SEL but a few months ago we sold our 2010 Mercedes Benz C300 Sport in preparation for whatever vehicle we were going to buy. Only had 36k miles in just under 10 years. View attachment 76315
Wow...someone got a good buy..;)
 

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I traded a 2010 Escape XLT with almost 170,000 miles. All wheel drive, sunroof, premium audio. Went with a 2013 Titanium.

The old one:

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Thanks! I try to! The better you maintain them, the longer they last. Cleaning and protecting surfaces inside and out is part of that. Prevents rusting, cracking, etc. Plus, who likes a filthy rust bucket?
 

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I traded my 2012 F-150 FX4 Supercab. I loved that truck and only had one minor issue. It also had the 3.5L Ecoboost (114,000 miles). In November 2019, I traded it for a 2019 Titanium 4WD. I needed something easier to carry my family around in and didn't like the suicide doors for putting a 1-year old in and out. Plus the gas mileage is better.
 

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