Not sure which 2013 Ford Escape Mud Guards & Mud Flaps are right for you? We have over 2575 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"I just got the mud flaps for my F150. Thay look grate easy to install at a good price." —Chester M from Cabot, PA bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2013 Ford Escape.
"I am very happy with the quality, appearance, and the ease of isntalling these mud guards. The contours match those of the car and they enhance the car's appearance." —Laurie C from Rutland, VT bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2013 Ford Escape.
"I have purchased these mud guards for my last four vehicles. Simply stated they look great, go on easily and although priced a little high they are overall a great buy." —Paul B from Ossining, NY bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2013 Ford Escape.
"This is the third set of Husky mud guards that I have purchased, and have always been pleased. Installation was simple with a right angle drill and screwdriver. I just wish they would make a set for my 2010 Ford Ranger" —Ed T from Milford, MI bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2013 Ford Escape.
"I purchased these mud flaps for my Tahoe due to the mud covering the running boards during wet weather. The mud flaps work great and are not unsightly like alot of mud flaps I have seen. Installation was easy, but they are not "no drill" as you have to drill one hole in the plastic inner fender on the rear mud flaps. This is an optional mounting point, but I would recommend using it. Other than the price, I am very happy overall with these mud flaps." —Jerry P from Hemphill, TX bought a WeatherTech No Drill Mud Flaps for a 2013 Ford Escape.
"A top shelf product. Fit was perfect. All parts needed to install were there. Guards look very good." —Norman W from Brighton, IL bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2013 Ford Escape.
"I found the Husky Liner Mud Guards to be of excellent quality and they look great on the Ford Escape. Installation is rather fast and easy just be sure to read the installation instructions. You do need to drill a hole for each side of the front mud guards BUT, I found this to be not that big of a deal and DID NOT need to remove the front tires. Clearance to drill the holes IS an issue BUT, I used small compact craftsman next-tec drill and that solved the clearance issue. Overall im very happy" —Randy L from Metolius, OR bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2013 Ford Escape.