Bronco Sport to Escape Comparison

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Does anyone have a decent image of size comparison between the Bronco Sport and its brother the Escape? Ford's site has them next to each other now under their B+P page (see below image). Good to see how well these fit people, pets and gear.
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Agreed. The new Escape left the useful boxiness behind and sloped the rear and sides and tapered the edges of the liftgate, taking up valuable real estate and making it harder to get things in the rear.
 
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Does anyone have a decent image of size comparison between the Bronco Sport and its brother the Escape? Ford's site has them next to each other now under their B+P page (see below image). Good to see how well these fit people, pets and gear.
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Bronco sport looks a whole lot better and is far more capable. The escape is more of a fun to drive around town vehicle with 4 wheel drive to help you in the snow on the way home. Bronco sport is that and let’s get off road kind of fun.
 
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I just did this with the Bronco and Bronco Sport and I'm surprised by the similarities in size. The Bronco Sport is hardly larger than the Bronco (2-D), and it has a longer wheelbase. I'm surprised by this, as seating capacity is greater, passenger volume is greater, headroom is greater, shoulder room is greater, hp/wt ratio is better (comparing Badlands models; not apples to apples comparing auto to manual trans). Seems strange to me that Ford would offer a 2D Bronco that is smaller in many ways than it's little brother the Bronco Sport.