We just bought a 2020 Ford Escape today; actually, we're leasing it. Given her work with the Center she founded, my wife needs a more dependable and presentable car and, since she likes getting different cars every few years anyhow, we opted to lease. The monthly payments were a lot less than buying, and we're a few months short of paying off the Ford Focus. It's a decent-looking car, with all-wheel drive, and it doesn't require a key to start or drive it. I think it'll do well in Maine winters. It was a program car but only 1,600 miles on it. As for me, if I can find someone to fix the roof on my 2002 Chevrolet Tracker, I'm fine with that. On the other hand, it doesn't do very well in the winter because it's so light that it tends to get stuck a lot, even with snow tires, so I might drive the Focus in the winter and just leave the roof off of my Tracker and use it only during the summer, covering it with a tarp otherwise. It's a fabric roof but the mounting brackets are broken.