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Ford Everest

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Everest Price
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Everest Specs
Engine 3198 cc
Power 197 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

Pleasing equipment levels

Extremely easy to drive

As masculine as a hammer

Things We Dont Like in Everest

Low fuel efficiency

Not as nice to drive as sedan based SUVs

Recent Updates of Ford Everest

Ford launched the Everest in the Philippines to take control over the growing and competitive compact SUV segment. The present model is available with two engine options - a 2.2-litre and a 3.2-liter unit, both diesel. The price starts at Php 1,518,000. The Everest is available in both 4x2 and 4x4 variants. While there is an option to pick either the manual or the automatic transmission with the former, while the latter comes only with an automatic gearbox.

Ford recently launched the new Everest in Thailand and it comes with the Ranger Raptor’s 2.0-litre EcoBlue turbo diesel engine that can be tuned in two states - 180 hp and 213 hp. There is also a new 10-speed automatic transmission. We are expecting Ford to bring this new engine to the Philippines and replace the current engine configurations.

Everest Price List

Variant Price Specifications  
Titanium 3.2L 4x4 AT    3198 cc, 197 hp, 7 seats, Diesel
Ambiente 2.2L4x2 MT ₱1.52 Million*
SRP Price
2199 cc, 158 hp, 7 seats, Diesel
Ambiente 2.2L4x2 AT ₱1.58 Million*
SRP Price
2199 cc, 158 hp, 7 seats, Diesel
Trend 2.2L 4x2 AT ₱1.72 Million*
SRP Price
2199 cc, 158 hp, 7 seats, Diesel
Titanium 2.2L 4x2 AT ₱1.92 Million*
SRP Price
2199 cc, 158 hp, 7 seats, Diesel
Titanium 2.2L 4x2 AT with Premium Package (Optional) ₱2.06 Million*
SRP Price
2199 cc, 158 hp, 7 seats, Diesel
Titanium 3.2L 4x4 AT with Premium Package (Optional) ₱2.29 Million*
SRP Price
3198 cc, 197 hp, 7 seats, Diesel
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Ford Everest Colors

Everest is available in 7 different colors - Blue, Aluminum Metallic, Metropolotian Grey, True Red, Sunset Red, Cool White and Jet Black.

  • Blue

  • Aluminum Metallic

  • Metropolotian Grey

  • True Red

  • Sunset Red

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Everest Review

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

Overview

The Ford Everest has come a long way from its origin as a Ranger with a roof. The current Ford Everest is such a huge departure from the old one that it is hard to believe that they are related. The current Everest also ushered in a new age of midsize SUVs. This new generation comes with more focused design and handling, equipment and refinement levels rivaling that of executive sedans. No wonder this 7 seater SUV has become a very formidable contender to the Mitsubishi Montero Sport and the current ruler of the SUVs, Toyota Fortuner. Ford has made the Everest available in two engine options, two transmission options, and 2WD or AWD. There are 6 variants in total: Ambiente 2.2L 4x2 with a 6-speed automatic or a 6-speed manual, Trend 2.2L 4x2 automatic, Titanium 2.2L 4x2 automatic, Titanium 2.2L 4x2 AT with optional Premium Package and Titanium 3.2L 4x4 AT with optional Premium Package. Prices for the range start from Php 1,518,000 for the base Ambiente, reach a middle with the Titanium at Php 1,918,000 and reach its peak at PhP 2,288,000 with the fully loaded Titanium 3.2.

Interior & Features

The biggest departure from its pickup truck origins has to be the quality of the interior. The cabin delivers an enhanced sense of space with its interior color. The interior is laid out intuitively and everything is where it should be. The materials have a good quality feel. All except the Ambiente variants get leather seats. Same goes for the 8-way power adjustable driver seat. Infotainment also uses Sync 3 with navigation capabilities and utilizes an 8” touchscreen. All variants get steering wheels with audio controls and multi-information displays in their instrument clusters. Other features include 3rd-row power fold seats, power tailgate, active noise cancellation, panoramic moonroof, 10 speaker sound system, dual-zone automatic climate control, adaptive cruise control and heads up display warning for collision mitigation. Most of these features are available at just above the base Ambiente variants and important things like rear AC vents are available across the range. Seating is spacious on all rows. The third row is especially comfortable to use.  

Exterior

Just one look is enough to tell that the Ford Everest is an American SUV. Undeniable road presence comes standard with its 4893 mm length, 1862 mm width, and 1836 mm height. A wheelbase of 2850 mm means that there is no immense overhangs either end. 20” wheels on the 3.2 and 17” wheels on all the other variants make it stand head and shoulders above the traffic. Tires are 265/50/R20 on the 3.2 and 265/65/R17 all season tires on the rest. The styling of the SUV fits its size very well. The design memo probably contained the words square and big a lot. But we’re not complaining. Styling elements are well proportioned and work well with the chunky octagonal grille which is the centerpiece. Headlights can be HIDs with LED DRLs or halogen depending on the variant. Moving to the flanks, the muscular haunches combine with the slightly upswept window line give it a solid character. The top end variant also comes with chrome wrapped running boards. The rear is also similarly adorned with hexagonal taillights and a chrome bar running through the middle. Overall an honest design that hints at its utilitarian nature while still looking sophisticated.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

The 2.2 L turbodiesel inline 4 produces 160 PS at 3200 rpm and 385 Nm of torque between 1600-2500 rpm. The other option is the 3.2L inline 5 cylinder diesel engine that produces 200 PS at 3000 rpm and 470 Nm of torque between 1750 and 2500 rpm. The Everest’s towing capability is rated at an impressive 3000 kg. The engines are powerful and smooth. The transmission options are also smooth and allow for spirited driving. Not only that, it also achieves 8 kmpl on average. The best thing, however, is the driving performance. This massive SUV is extremely easy to drive. Even a beginner driver will find themselves at ease thanks to the numerous driver assistance features. Steering feels unnervingly light. The handling thankfully firms up on highway speeds. Unless pushed, the body roll is not at all noticeable. Suspension and chassis are well tuned to iron out road imperfections. Off roading is best suited for the top end spec which comes with AWD and an electronic locking differential. The terrain management system with 225 mm of ground clearance and 800 mm water wading depth means that there is nowhere that this SUV cannot go.

Braking & Safety

The Everest is loaded with safety tech. ABS with EBD, 7 airbags, seat belt reminders, ESP with roll stability, emergency brake lighting, hill start assist and trailer sway control are found as standard across the range. The top 4 variants will also get you active park assist (read auto parking) collision mitigation, auto leveling headlights, front park assist, hill descent control, lane keeping system, rearview camera and a tire pressure monitor. The level of safety equipment is very hard to match for the price level of the Everest and says a lot about the quality of the SUV. The Everest has a 5-star ANCAP safety rating and is a very good bet for anyone who wants to keep their family safe.

Verdict

The Ford Everest is an extremely capable SUV for its price. No scratch that it is a very capable SUV period. It looks, drives and feels nice. It has excellent features and takes on city and rough roads with ease. It could obviously be more refined and could probably be a little nicer to drive. But at this point, we would have to get down to nitpicking to find faults.

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