We get them quite a lot up here, either on Rectangular British ( I.E. import style) or on US plates.arbs said:A bit of a weird one...
Spotted what I assumed was a maverick in my town yesterday (which in itself is a fairly rare thing over here!) stood out abit as it had aftermarket alloys and a bull bar and spots on the front. Wasnt til I followed it out of a junction that i noticed it was badged an Escape!
Noticed it had a bumper sticker that mentioned something about not stopping for kangeroos (seriously!) so assume it may be an import from Australia? had a weird style number plate on it too (tho not like a Aussie plate) - just 6though it was really odd.
Are the Australian escapes built in Alabama too? If so it must be the most well travelled escape in the world!
Given your location I would guess that it's come from one of the US Airforce bases in Suffolk.
Indeed I once was overtaken by a Silver Mercury Mariner Hybrid ( running on Texas plates) on the M1 not so long back (Dasha, was that you????) :shrug: