Ford has refreshed its Everest SUV that features a rugged, sculptural and bold design, advanced technology, exceptional off-road and on-road capability, as well as premium interior for up to seven passengers.
Other segment-first technologies in the new Ford Everest include Curve Control designed to help drivers maintain control when approaching turns too quickly. It also features a Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with Cross Traffic Alert on the Limited model, which informs drivers when there is a vehicle in their blind spot.
The exceptional capabilities of the all-new Ford Everest are made possible by the latest-generation 3.2-litre five-cylinder Duratorq TDCi turbodiesel engine which incorporates an advanced exhaust gas recirculation system to boost efficiency.
It produces 147kW of power matched to an impressive 470Nm of torque, which makes the new Ford Everest ideal for everyday driving as well as use in heavy-duty applications such as off-roading or towing.
The 3.2-litre engine is matched to a durable and efficient six-speed automatic transmission that delivers smooth shifts and outstanding responsiveness – with the added benefit of a Sport mode as well as a Manual mode for improved control.
The all-new Everest’s bold exterior presence is paired with a modern interior that makes use of refined materials and emphasizes horizontal lines to create a comfortable, harmonious environment for up to seven adult occupants.
Interior features balance ride comfort with ultimate practicality, with standard folding second and third-row seating, more than 30 cleverly designed stowage spaces, multiple power outlets and flexible seating and cargo arrangements to achieve a perfect balance between passenger demands and packing efficiency.
On the high-spec Everest Limited, the third-row seats feature a power-fold function, a powered tailgate and an optional dual-panel moon roof.
To ensure exceptional cabin quietness, Ford equipped the all-new Everest with Active Noise Cancellation technology in addition to optimizing cabin sealing and sound absorbing materials throughout the vehicle.