10-24-2013, 08:42 PM
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I used to sell cars. I also used to work for a rental car company.
Having driven both the Escape and the 4Runner, I would go with the 4Runner, hands down. The Escape (especially the mid-2000s) tend to have a lot of road noise, a rough ride and just feel cheap. We also had a lot of problems with them at the rental car company. They needed little things fixed a lot. We had many people specifically ask NOT to get an Escape when renting a small SUV. The 4Runner also has a much better track record of lasting longer than the Escapes do.
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