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2011-2012 Escort Radar Detector Comparison

Escort is one of the most popular and respected manufacturers of radar detectors in the industry. As an Authorized Escort Dealer we are proud to carry their full line of feature packed radar detectors at competitive prices. Of course, with all the options available, it can be difficult to choose one over the other, however we created this 2011-2012 Escort Radar Detector Comparison Chart to make the decision a whole lot easier for you.

Our handy comparison chart includes all the current Escort radar detectors we currently offer, from the high performance, cordless Solo S3 and the in-dash, undetectable 9500ci to the state-of-the-art, compact Passport iQ that looks and feels like a typical GPS device. We organized all models and their features into an easy to read grid for quick and simple comparison between each one.

Whether you need an Escort radar detector with GPS that installs discreetly in your vehicle or one that you can move from one vehicle to another with ease, the Escort Comparison Chart will help you decide which model to choose without having to hunt around the net to find out.

The 2011-2012 Escort Radar Detector Comparison Chart is FREE to download and print at your discretion.

For an even quicker comparison here is a glance at a few selected features of the Escort radar detectors:

Escort Radar Detectors GPS Voice Alerts Display Undetectable
9500ci Text
Passport iQ Graphical
Passport Qi45 Text
Redline Text/Graphic
Passport 9500ix Text
Solo S3 Text
Passport 8500 X50 Black (Blue Display) Text
Passport 8500 X50 Black (Red Display) Text

One thought on “2011-2012 Escort Radar Detector Comparison”

  • Carlos

    All my autos get a9500ci installed either before delivery or soon thereafter. All current 4 vehicles have them as did my previous 6. I never leave home without it. It's silly not to place one in your car or SUV. It's a lot of fun seeing the confusion on the police when they laser paint the car and their gun gets no reading. One went as far as to paint me from the rear after not getting a reading from the front. Another left his hiding place to examine my tag to see if could have a legitimate excuse to 'have a few words...' Loads of fun and totally legal where I live.

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