The 2014 Ford Escape might turn some eyes, but not likely if you’ve seen the 2013 rendition of the SUV. Last year the vehicle took a few steps away from its larger predecessors to get in touch with the sleeker, comfortable feel of smaller Utah cars. That isn’t to say, of course, that the new Ford Escapes are anything other than the Utah powerhouses they’ve always been, with plenty of leg-room and extra seating. No, the change is mostly aesthetic, which means that drivers can now have either the powerful 2.5-liter I4, 1.6-liter turbo four, or the 2.0 liter ecoboost turbo four engines while looking better than ever. This sportier rendition features sleek moves, 7 passenger seating, best-in-class handling, and a world of fun possibilities for driving. Safety features for the new Ford Escape earns it an IIHS Top Safety Pick designation, meaning that you can be at ease, even while cruising the dangerous Utah streets. Another benefit is there are real backup cameras standard on every vehicle. If you like the sound of the Ford Escape, you can pick one up starting at $22,700 for the standard edition, and $29,100 for the Titanium fully tricked out edition with all the bells and whistles one could ever ask for.