Ford Everest

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Everest Price
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Everest Specs
Engine 1996 cc
Power 178 hp
Seating 7 seats
Ground Clearance 225 mm
Driver Airbag Yes
Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
Power Steering Yes

Everest Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Everest

When it comes to intimidating stance and road presence, nothing comes close to the Ford Everest. The huge dimensions along with butch looks and design give the Ford Everest a much larger feel in both standstill as well as while in motion, thus commanding huge respect from fellow drivers on the road.

Even on the inside, the Ford Everest feels plush and premium with a good mix of colors and features it is equipped with. The instrument console as well as touch screen infotainment system feels modern and contemporary, while at the same time, the long list of comfort and convenience features do make the Ford Everest feel expensive and value for money.

All the three rows of seats of the Ford Everest feel comfortable, and while the legroom and knee room isn’t best-in-class, it still feels plush and imparts refined ride quality for longer routes. The panoramic sunroof, as well as large side glasses, further add to the spacious feel on the inside.

Things We Dont Like in Everest

The diesel engine with which the Ford Everest is equipped with feels mighty and powerful while on the go, the slow automatic gearbox ruins the driving experience a bit. The shifts feel a bit lazy, especially in lower gears, which gives it a bit slow acceleration figures despite having great power and torque figures.

Another slight problem with the engine of the Ford Everest is that it feels a bit noisy. The engine feels noisy on the outside, especially when revved hard. Also, the refinement of the engine too isn’t that great in higher rpms.

The big dimensions do give the Ford Everest a great and commanding road presence. However, the Ford Everest feels cumbersome to drive in city traffic conditions, due to much longer wheelbase as well as high turning radius.

Recent Updates of Ford Everest

Ford has recently launched a facelifted version of its SUV, Ford Everest. The new facelifted version will see the car with the engine of the Ranger Raptor. The 2.0-litre EcoBlue turbodiesel engine delivers a power output of 180 hp in single-turbo form and 213 hp in twin-turbo form. Along with that, it has received a new 10-speed gearbox, taking the place of the six-speed automatic transmission that was in place prior to the facelift. The pre-facelift Ford Everest, which is currently available in the island is powered by a 3.2-litre Duratorq 5-cylinder TDCi engine that delivers a maximum power output of 200 hp along with a peak torque of 470 Nm. Ford has provided Roll Stability Control, Hill Start Assist, and ESP on this vehicle. Airbags are also given for added safety. The car has a 225 ground clearance, making it a great choice for driving in several terrains. The SUV has a cargo space of up to 2,010 litres when the second and third-row seats are folded flat.

Everest Price List

Variant Price Specifications  
Titanium 4x2 ₱2 Million*
SRP Price
1996 cc, 178 hp, 7 seats, Diesel
Titanium 4x4 ₱2.3 Million*
SRP Price
1996 cc, 210 hp, 7 seats, Diesel
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Ford Everest Colors

Everest is available in 5 different colors - Silver, Aluminum Metallic, Arctic White, Metropolotian Grey and Absolute Black.

  • Silver

  • Aluminum Metallic

  • Arctic White

  • Metropolotian Grey

  • Absolute Black

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Everest Review

  • Overview
  • Interior & Features
  • Exterior
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking & Safety


When it comes to listing some of the most prominent SUVs in the market, Ford Everest grabs a leading spot in the list. The factors which make it a leading SUV are its unmatched performance, rugged and bold styling and exceptional comfort. Launched initially in the year 2003, it received a major update in 2007 followed by minute changes in 2009. Currently, in its second generation, the Everest in the Philippine market competes with the likes of Mitsubishi Montero, Toyota Fortuner, and Hyundai Santa Fe. The capable machine immediately took wings after its initial launch in the country and went on to become the 'loved' family vehicle of many due to its extraordinary capabilities on the road and even on no road. Ford Everest is an ideal vehicle for those driving across rough or uneven mountainous regions in the Quezon province and Cavite areas.

Interior & Features

The stadium-like space inside the cabin can easily absorb 7 passengers including the driver. The all black dashboard, black steering wheel with a contrast cabin theme looks marvelous, while the leather/ Velour Fabric seats double the excitement. The large instrument cluster gets garnished displays inside with neatly done center console that has Multi Info Display (MID), various knobs/buttons, vertically rectangular AC vents and circular at the corners. The floor console has many storage options together with elegant looking black gearshift knob. There is more than sufficient head room and leg room for all the occupants, kudos to the large wheelbase of Everest. Besides that, there is a large boot space as cargo area can be elongated by means of folding the second and third row rear seats. Here the first row comes with bucket seats with adjustable headrests, having sliding and reclining feature. The second row has 50/50 split alongside fold, flip, recline and tumble function, whereas, the last row bench seat has a detachable feature with fold and flip option.

Most of the material used inside the cabin is of apposite quality and is comfortable, be it the soft touch plastic at dash or holders, or the leatherette seats or even the fabric/plastic used on the doors and console. All seats are nicely padded to provide hassle free long journeys, alongside there is a long list of comfort and convenience features that prove handy while on the move. The features comprise of leather steering with tilt adjust feature and mounted audio controls, air conditioner with AC vents in all 3 rows, all-power door locks, 4 bottle holders/cup holders, 4 door pockets, lockable illuminated glove box, an overhead console, cruise control, 12V socket, rear defogger and many more.


The exteriors of Ford Everest carry a butch stance of a proper SUV that can go places fearlessly. The updated Everest is based on the gigantic Ranger, and features a more refined and upmarket styling. The fascia has an all-chrome grille with Ford logo resting proudly in the center. The multi reflector halogen headlamps with slight swept towards the bonnet appear interesting with a hint of stylishness. The large front bumper carries trapezoid-shaped black air dam that stretches towards the chic fog lamp housing, where fog lamps are encircled with chrome making it look amazing. Making it more mean is the engraved 'EVEREST' above the grille on the hood. The sides are rugged and truly masculine with beefed up wheel fenders, chrome laden ORVMs with mounted indicators and puddle lamps, body colored side cladding, blackened B pillar, side step board for easy ingress and egress of passengers along with sporty roof rails at the top. Another beguiling sight is the 18-inch aluminum alloys on which the brawny vehicle stands proud. The rear of mannish Everest has stylish attributes like spare wheel mounted on the tailgate with classy wheel-cover, large rear windscreen, high mounted tail lamp, large rear bumper with a skirt and sporty rear spoiler.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

The local market is offered with a choice of two engines. The first is a 2.2-litre diesel engine that delivers a maximum power output of 160 PS at 3200 rpm and peak torque of 385 Nm at 1600-2500 rpm. The smaller engine option gets 4x2 mode with an option of either a 6-speed manual or automatic transmission. Another engine which is on offer is a 3.2-litre unit which comes with automatic transmission and 4x4 mode. It delivers a maximum power output of 200 PS at 3000 rpm and peak torque of 470 Nm at 1750-2500 rpm.

Braking & Safety

As Ford Everest is meant to come hard at rocky terrains and rough roads or no roads, the braking is pretty stable compared to the competition in the segment. It comes with ventilated discs at front while leading and trailing drums at rear.

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    Angelo Aug 30, 2019 for Ford Everest

    The Ford Everest literally drives me crazy and I simply cannot think of any other car when it comes to travelling with my big joint family. After my successive promotions, I decided to upgrade my car to and SUV for I always appreciated the Ford cars for their quality and power. I have been comfortably driving my Ford Everest for Read More

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    Peter Aug 06, 2019 for Ford Everest

    Last Christmas my parents decided to move in with us and it was then that I decided to upgrade my car to and SUV. I had always looked up to ford cars because of their quality and power, so without second thoughts I booked the ford Everest. A perfect family car my vehicle gives utmost comfort to my elderly parents Read More

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    Joel Jul 26, 2019 for Ford Everest
    Stylish giant from Ford

    The Ford Everest has been my dream car ever since I first saw it and I was waiting to take it for a spin. The opportunity came in the form of a relative who owned this beast. As I sat behind the steering wheel I was totally awestruck because it felt like I am driving a tank and other vehicles Read More

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    Trevor Jul 21, 2019 for Ford Everest
    you want the best, buy the best!

    Take your time,research the specs,explore promos,look at market sales,when sales fall promos increase,most of all, will it do ALL that you need it for,i.e. big family/ off road/ quiet,comfy, fuel friendly,insurable! most of all, negotiate ! then enjoy. Read More

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    Justin Jul 04, 2019 for Ford Everest
    The perfect SUV?

    Buying a new car is always challenging, especially when you have to buy an SUV. Initially, I wanted to buy a midsized SUV but when I went to look at the Everest, I was blown away. It is the perfect all around car, it is comfortable, spacious, rugged and you can go anywhere. What else do you need! Of course, Read More

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Ford Everest FAQ

  • What are the Safety Features Available in Ford Everest?

    The safety features available in Ford Everest Below:

    Feature Value
    Driver Airbag Yes
    Passenger Airbag Yes
    Side Airbag-Front Yes
    Child Safety Locks Yes
    Side Airbag-Rear Yes
    Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
    Brake Assist Yes
    Ebd Yes
    Vehicle Stability Control System Yes
    Rear Seat Belts Yes
    Seat Belt Warning Yes
    Day & Night Rear View Mirror Yes
    Height Adjustable Front Seat Belts Yes
    Rear Camera Yes
    Parking Sensors Yes
    Crash Sensor Yes
    Front Impact Beams Yes
    Side Impact Beams Yes
    Door Ajar Warning Yes
    Tyre Pressure Monitor No
    Engine Check Warning Yes
    Traction Control Yes

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