A client from Catonsville contacted Westminster Speed and Sound about adding a hitch to their 2020 Ford Escape. One of our team did a phone consultation with the client to go over how he was going to use the hitch. After talking through different options, we sent over a proposal that the client approved. At that point, we ordered the product and set a time to perform the installation.
On the day of the work, our technician performed a detailed check-in and check-out procedure to ensure everything was working properly when the vehicle arrived and when it left. Once that was done, we set about installing the new products.
We installed a Curt 13454 hitch, along with a four-pin wiring harness that could handle trailer lighting in the event that the client would be towing a small unit.
As you can see in the final pictures, the hitch looks like a factory-installed option. The trailer wiring harness gets stored underneath the false floor in the cargo area, keeping a cleaner look on the exterior of this Escape. It has sufficient length to easily connect to a trailer should the need arise.
When the client came to pick up this Ford, he was very pleased with our workmanship, and that always makes our day.
If you would like to add a hitch to your car, truck or SUV so you can add a bike rack or external cargo carrier, or simply tow something, let’s chat. You can simply click HERE or stop by Westminster Speed and Sound in Westminster, Maryland. Let us show you why for 51 years now, we have been the most-awarded vehicle technology center in the Mid-Atlantic.