Ford will officially debut the next-generation Escape at the Los Angeles Auto Show later this month, but ahead of the crossover's official debut, we're getting our first look at one of the vehicle's new features: a hands-free power liftgate. How does it work? Simply kick your foot under the Escape's rear bumper (as long as the key fob is in your pocket) and the liftgate will open. When you're done, wave your foot under the bumper again, and the hatch automatically closes.
- Damon Lavrinc
- Aug 8, 2006
Toyota's quality control woes may now include a rear hatch that wants to devour its owners. Not to make light of the matter, but the MY 2004-2005 Toyota Sienna minivan has assaulted eight people already, with four of the attacks leading to injuries.
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