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Ford Everest 2016

Ford Everest 2016 Review

Workhorse ute morphs into a practical seven-seater

Ford Everest Ambiente
Road Test

Even at entry-level, Ford’s Everest SUV, compared with its opposition, is expensive. At $54,990 (plus on-road costs) the Ambiente-spec Everest costs $7000 more than two of its main rivals. Does the fact it’s the biggest and arguably most refined of the new breed of ute-based SUVs justify the pricing?

It might be based on the Ranger LCV, but Ford’s new Everest seven-seat SUV is a lot more than merely a civilised truck. For starters, it not only looks more compact than the Ranger. To a surprising degree, it actually is.

With more than half a metre (534mm) lopped off the Ranger ute’s overall body length, and a 370mm shorter wheelbase, the Everest unquestionably looks a less dominating presence on the road than its workhorse sibling.

But although this pays dividends in the Everest’s on-road handiness – including important factors such as the reasonable 11.7-metre turning circle – you’d never say it feels tight inside as a result.

Legroom – right through to the third-row seat – leans towards generous, there’s heaps of headroom, it’s reasonably broad-shouldered (although slightly less than Holden’s Colorado 7) and offers better total loading capacity than the Colorado, Toyota’s Fortuner or Mitsubishi’s five-seats-only Pajero Sport.

Dimensionally, Ford has struck a good balance with the Everest: It is capable of comfortably packing-in an extended family, yet doesn’t feel intimidating from the driver’s seat – once you are up there.

Although the Everest is close to the soon-to-be-shelved Ford Territory in most measurements, it stands appreciably taller (by 123mm) which makes it more of an effort to climb aboard. And, being not quite as wide (38mm less than the Territory) this tends to give it a lofty, slightly narrow-gutted look too.

Despite its proportions, the Everest fits neatly into the ute-based SUV class. It’s neither more nor less imposing than its aforementioned peers.

For this test, which took in a family summer holiday on Victoria’s west coast, we used a base Ambiente version that would enable us to ascertain whether or not an entry-level Everest buyer is likely to feel short-changed. Certainly in view of the price differential between the $54,990 Ambiente and the $76,990 Titanium model there was some expectation that might be the case.

But in the end we thought Ford isn’t offering a bad deal here. This is despite the fact that even at this level the Everest still significantly exceeds – by $7000 in the case of Toyota and Holden, and by almost $10,000 with the Mitsubishi – its main competitors.

It basically all comes down to the new-tech gear: The Ambiente Everest lacks things like forward collision warning, lane-departure warning, driver fatigue warning, blind-spot sensor, rear cross-traffic alert, keep-your-distance cruise control and the auto parking that are standard further up the ladder, but it does get the safety basics.

The Ambient comes with seven airbags (including a driver’s knee bag and full cabin-length head airbags) stability and traction control, hill-descent and ascent control and a rearview camera, while cruise control, active noise cancellation, Bluetooth, Ford’s SYNC 2 voice command system, auto headlights and a full-size alloy spare wheel are also part of the deal.

There is, however, no climate-control, sunroof, heated and powered seats, power tailgate or sat-nav, but all the stuff you really need is there – including air-conditioned roof vents for the second and third-row seats.

In the bling-free interior, occupants don’t get any downmarket feelings (as you’d hope not, in a $55,000 vehicle) and the cloth seats are adequately supportive and large enough, even in the third row where adult passengers are not entirely ruled out.

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Third-row access is pretty easy too, as the centre row seats slide forward and the backrests flip to minimise clambering. Dropping the centre and third-row seats is equally as easy and opens up a huge 2010-litre load area where a fully intact mountain bike can be casually slipped on board (our holiday cargo included two mountain bikes as well as the usual array of gear for three adults and a child).

On the open road, the Everest is a quiet, smooth companion. The 143kW/470Nm 3.2-litre inline five-cylinder turbo-diesel, with the help of an intuitive, smooth-shifting six-speed auto transmission, hauls the Ambient’s not-inconsiderable 2495kg easily and relatively quietly, providing ample thrust in all driving conditions. But while engine noise disappears into the background on the freeway, it does become more noticeable at lower speeds where some muted diesel roar is evident.

The ride is well damped too, pretty good for a short-wheelbase rework of a ute. Although there is some abruptness to the way it deals with rough, choppy surfaces, initial impact is absorbed through the all-coil suspension well enough. But once the travel starts being used up its heavy-duty nature tends to show through. When you consider the Everest is rated to pull up to three tonnes of braked trailer (an ability it shares with the Holden Colorado 7, although both are slightly below the 3100kg rated Pajero Sport) it copes pretty well. Still, the ride is more LCV than SUV.

Where the Everest best disguises its origins is in the electric steering. At 3.4 turns lock to lock it’s pretty quick and light, and is way better than dealing with the wheel-twirling traditionally required of a large LCV, where unexpectedly large handfuls of lock are often required to execute the simplest manoeuvre.

But height-only wheel adjustment? That is surely something of an oversight.

On our extended test the Everest averaged 10.6L/100km which we considered acceptable for the circumstances – it was pretty well loaded-up most of the time – although a lot of the kilometres covered were on quiet country roads. Matching the official 8.5L/100km would be a bit of a challenge.

At around 55-grand for the entry level model, the Ford Everest is not your cheapest SUV. But it is unquestionably refined, spacious, capable and safe. It’s certainly one of the better ute-based SUVs presently on offer.

2016 Ford Everest Ambiente pricing and specifications:
Price: $54,990 (plus on-road costs)
Engine: 3.2-litre five-cylinder turbo-diesel
Output: 143kW/470Nm
Transmission: Six-speed automatic
Fuel: 8.5L/100km (ADR Combined)
CO2: 224g/km (ADR Combined)
Safety Rating: Five-star ANCAP

Also consider:
>> Toyota Fortuner (from $47,990 plus ORCs)
>> Holden Colorado 7 (from $47,990 plus ORCs)
>> Mitsubishi Pajero Sport (from $45,000 plus ORCs)

>> 2016 Offroad SUV Comparison Test (Ford Everest v Holden Colorado 7 v Isuzu MU-X v Jeep Wrangler Unlimited v Mitsubishi Pajero Sport v Toyota Fortuner)

2016 Ford Everest 2.2L Trend 4×2

Vince Pornelos Author Info

Pound-for-Pound PPV fighter

  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Everest 2.2L Trend 4×2
  • Engine: 2.2L DOHC 16-valve Inline-4 CRDI VG Turbodiesel
  • Max Power: 160 PS @ 3200 rpm
  • Max Torque: 385 Nm @ 1600-2500 rpm
  • Transmission: 6-speed AT
  • Price as Tested: ₱ 1,539,000

2017 Ford Everest 2.2L Trend 4×2

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2017 Ford Everest 2.2L Titanium Premium 4×2

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Ford Everest: A Cut Above The Rest

2017 Ford Everest Titanium Premium 4×4

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When a new vehicle is launched, the natural trend (no pun intended) is that the top spec variants or top-of-the-line models are the first to be snapped up by customers. And with good reason too as these variants usually have all the best tech, the most power features, the nicer colors, the larger wheels, the more premium interiors, the more powerful engines, so on and so forth. In short, these are the models that will make their lucky owners the envy of their respective gated communites.

Such is the case for the Ford Everest, as the Titanium along with the optional Premium Package raised the bar for the features in the PPV/SUV segment that an owner can show off to his buddies.

What we’re driving now -the Ford Everest Trend- isn’t the top of the line variant. Instead it’s the mid-grade version, one that could very well be the PPV to beat in the range and its price point.

For starters, it looks quite good. This may be a mid range model, but it doesn’t look like they scrimped on the exterior details. The decorative overrider on the lower front bumper is silver while the wide octagonal grille done in chrome. The projector halogen headlamps lose the LED DRLs from the Titanium while the doorhandles and wing mirrors are color keyed (in this case, Aluminum Metallic) to the body instead of chrome. The wheels are smaller at 18 inches, but they look good too and should be more pliant in the city given the higher profile rubber. Overall, it doesn’t look spartan when parked side-by-side to a Titanium version, and I prefer a little less chrome on a vehicle anyway, not to mention that color keyed exterior elements are easier to maintain if they get scratched.

Inside, the Everest Trend has a more straightforward look with a well-matched use of black, gray and silver surfaces. I actually prefer it this way instead of the fancy details on the Titanium Premium variants such as the glossy EVEREST panel on the dashboard and the power moonroof; really, how often do we find use for such features? I wish they did make the AC socket standard across the range, but that might be too much to ask.

To be honest I was expecting features such as a standard audio unit, a standard airconditioning system, the usual gauge cluster, and basic cloth fabric on the seats, but such is not the case for the Trend. The seats are done in black leather, the gauges are similar to the cool ones on the Explorer, the A/C is fully automatic and dual zone, and the audio system is the second generation version of Ford’s now famous voice command-capable, touchscreen SYNC system with 10 speakers, USB input, Bluetooth, among many other functions. After testing SYNC for the last couple of years, it’s still quite neat to be able to call someone or opening a playlist on your iPod simply by speaking a command prompt.

The seats are all spacious for the class, and the second and third rows both fold flat for maximum cargo space if you need it. The third row fold mechanism isn’t the fancy electrical one, but it is one -touch. For safety, this one also has its occupants covered quite nicely. Six airbags are standard and so are the accurate back-up sensors. Even stability control is standard for this variant, something unexpected given its price point.

Powering this version of the Everest is the 2.2 liter Duratorq TDCI 4-cylinder turbo diesel engine shared with the Ranger pick up and replaces the 2.5 liter turbo diesel in the previous Everest. At 160 PS with 385 Nm of torque, the improved 2.2L TDCI actually has one of the highest specific outputs and torque ratings in the PPV category at 72.7 PS per liter displacement, as well as 175 Nm per liter of engine displacement. The 2.2L TDCI is bested only by the new 2.4L 4N15 engine in the Mitsubishi Montero Sport (75.4 PS/liter and 179 Nm/liter), as well as the Chevrolet Trailblazer for torque at (178.6 Nm/liter). Considering those figures, this turbodiesel with the 4×2 drivetrain and 6-speed automatic gearbox, this Everest is easily one of the top contenders as the pound-for-pound champ in the class.

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The Everest Trend is quite light on its feet in the city, and is matched with the light steering system. The tires certainly make for a better ride overall, and the smaller wheels aren’t as worrisome as the 20-inch rolling stock on the Titanium when you inevitably hit a pothole. The shifting of the 6-speed automatic is clean and can be quite seamless if driven with a smartly-controlled right foot. Maneuverability is also good, though the combination of the wide A-pillar and passenger side mirrors can present a challenge in tight 90-degree city streets.

Despite the size and weight, the Everest 2.2L is no slouch. Handling is quite good and there’s plenty of torque to go around if you’re going uphill. Overtaking on the uphill is easy, and braking on the downhill is likewise good. I particularly liked the braking balance of the Everest, as the big ute stays planted and stable even in emergency braking maneuvers.

Being a 4×2, it’s best to leave tricky off-roading to the 4×4’s, but the ground clearance is plenty to clear most deep puddles and rocks. And of course there’s the 800mm water wading depth, though we wouldn’t recommend that you put that to the test unnecessarily. Where the Everest 2.2L does well is fuel economy; in the city we clocked in 8.7 km/l with medium traffic, while on the highway we averaged 12.7 km/l on the highway (88 km/h average speed) with 4 passengers.

The best thing about the 2016 Ford Everest 2.2L Trend is its price. At PhP 1,539,000, this version of what is fast becoming Ford’s best selling SUV in the Philippines has bang for the buck written all over it.

All things considered, the Ford Everest Trend performed surprisingly well, exceeding my expectations after driving the Titanium Premium with all the bells, whistles, and even the kitchen sink. With the Everest Trend, Ford achieves a very difficult balancing act with design, performance, fuel economy, comfort, features and more, delivering a sufficiently aspirational car while keeping the price in check.

Such is the reason why the 2016 Ford Everest 2.2L Trend 4×2 deserves an overall 10 by my book, and is probably (to the best of my memory) the first one we’ve driven here to do so.

Ford Everest 2016: настоящий покоритель бездорожья

Обзор Ford Everest 2016 : внешний вид модели, интерьер, технические характеристики, системы безопасности, цены и комплектации. В конце статьи— тест-драйв Форд Эверест 2016 года!

Содержание обзора:

  • Внешний вид
  • Салон
  • Характеристики Ford Everest 2016
  • Системы безопасности
  • Стоимость и комплектации Форд Эверест 2016 года
  • Видео и фото

В 2014 году руководство американского автомобильного бренда Ford впервые продемонстрировало третье поколение внедорожника Everest, над созданием которого трудилось австралийское подразделение компании. Напомним, что первое поколение Ford Everest было показано в 2002 году, а спустя год автомобиль «пошел» в серийное производство.

Радует тот факт, что, несмотря на современную моду, Форд Эверест не превратился в скучный кроссовер, а сохранил все фирменные атрибуты настоящего рамного внедорожника, готового в любой момент к штурму настоящего бездорожья. Помимо обновленной внешности, новинка получила ряд технических обновлений, новые моторы и более широкий список дополнительного оборудования, что позволяет позиционировать машину не только как рабочую «лошадку», но и как комфортный автомобиль для путешествий всей семьей.

В настоящее время внедорожник можно купить в Новой Зеландии, Китае, Юго-Восточной Азии и Южно-Африканской Республике, однако уже в ближайшее время машина может появиться и на отечественном рынке.

Экстерьер Ford Everest

Дизайнеры Ford хорошо поработали над внешним обликом внедорожника, сделав его брутальным, но в то же время чрезвычайно современным и стильным. Фронтальная часть Ford Everest получила крупную восьмиугольную фальшрадиаторную решетку, стильную головную LED-оптику и массивный передний бампер с большой прорезью воздухозаборника по центру.

Профиль автомобиля щеголяет дутыми колесными арками, огромными 20-дюймовыми колесами и слегка вздернутой к корме линией крыши. Удобство посадки обеспечивают большие боковые двери, а хорошая обзорность достигается благодаря большой площади остекления и крупным «лопухам» боковых зеркал заднего вида.

Корма, как и подобает настоящему внедорожнику, наделена огромной дверью багажного отделения, крупными габаритными огнями со светодиодными элементами и монументальным бампером с практичным пластиковым обвесом.

Габариты нового Форд Эверест составляют:

  • Длина – 4,882 м;
  • Ширина – 1,862 м;
  • Высота – 1,836 м.

Дорожный просвет внедорожника представлен внушительными 225 мм, благодаря чему автомобиль уверенно преодолевает любое бездорожье, а также способен преодолеть брод, глубина которого достигает 800 мм. Угол съезда/въезда равен 25 и 29 градусам соответственно.

Грузовые возможности машины позволяют разместить до 750 кг груза, из которых до 100 кг можно разместить на крыше. При необходимости Everest может тянуть за собой прицеп массой до 3 тонн, при условии, что последний оснащен собственными тормозами.

На выбор покупателей предлагается несколько вариантов расцветки, среди которых особенно эффектно выглядит оранжевый и синий металлик.

Интерьер Форд Эверест

Салон обновленного Ford Everest отличается довольно простой, но в то же время эргономичной и хорошо продуманной компоновкой. Передняя торпедо выглядит несколько простовато, однако ее несколько освежают оригинальные вставки под алюминий, которые обрамляют дисплей мультимедийной системы, вертикальные воздуховоды и внутреннюю часть рулевого колеса.

Панель приборов представлена крупным циферблатом спидометра, расположенного по центру, а также двумя цифровыми дисплеями, на которые выводятся показания бортового компьютера. В центральной части торпедо располагается цветной дисплей информационно-развлекательного комплекса, ниже которого находится весьма скромный внешне, но интуитивно понятный блок управления микроклиматом.

Передние сидения обладают внушительными габаритами и обеспечивают практически «домашний» уровень комфорта, а большой диапазон регулировок позволяет идеально усесться человеку любого роста и комплекции. Между сидениями находится огромный подлокотник, внутри которого расположено крупное отделение для различной поклажи.

Известно, что автомобиль может быть представлен как в пяти- так и семиместной компоновке, причем даже седоки третьего ряда будут чувствовать себя довольно вольготно.

Одной из главных «фишек» салона обновленного Форд Эверест является наличие более 30 ниш для размещения различных предметов и мелочевки, общий объем которых превышает 48 литров!

К сожалению, пока не известен объем багажника в походном состоянии, но известно, что с опущенными спинками второго ряда он составляет более 2000 литров. В подполье багажника находятся специальные ниши для ремкомплекта, в то время как полноразмерная запаска обитает «снаружи».

В сравнении с предшественником, были заметно улучшены материалы отделки интерьера, а также существенно расширен список стандартного оборудования, обеспечивающего высокий уровень комфорта для пассажиров и водителя. Отметим, что как внешне, так и внутри машина больше подойдет мужчинам, в то время как девушка за рулем такого авто будет выглядеть несколько странно.

Технические характеристики Ford Everest 2016

Линейка силовых агрегатов Форд Эверест 2016 представлена тремя двигателями, два из которых – дизельные. Бензиновый мотор представлен 2-литровым турбированным двигателем линейки EcoBoost, развивающим 238 л.с. и позволяющим разогнаться до максимальных 200 км/час.

При этом разгон от 0 до 100 займет чуть более 11 сек. Расход топлива в смешанном цикле будет варьироваться в пределах 8,5-12 литров на 100 км пути, что можно считать весьма неплохим показателем для автомобиля подобного класса и габаритов.

Дизельные моторы представлены:

  • 2,2-литровым 150-сильным четырехцилиндровым агрегатом, способным разогнать машину до «сотни» за 10,1 сек и развить максимальные 200 км/час;
  • 3,2-литровым 200-сильным пятицилиндровым мотором, обладающим отменной динамикой: разгон от 0 до 100 за 8,7 сек., максимальная скорость — 205 км/час.

Бензиновый мотор может комплектоваться исключительно автоматической 6-уровневой КПП, в то время как к дизельным модификациям будет предлагаться еще и 6-диапазонная «механика».

Вне зависимости от уровня оснащения и установленного мотора, внедорожник оснащается пружинной подвеской, представленной двухрычажкой спереди и неразрезным мостом с механизмом Уатта сзади. Тормозная система Ford Everest представлена дисковыми вентилируемыми передними тормозами спереди, в то время как сзади будут устанавливаться обычные барабанные тормоза.

Благодаря грамотно настроенной подвеске и использованию доработанных амортизаторов, машина лишена чрезмерной раскачки кузова, а усовершенствованное управление позволяет уверенно чувствовать себя не только на разбитой грунтовке, но и при езде по скоростному шоссе.


Официальные представители Ford подчеркивают, что машина стала на порядок безопаснее, чего удалось достичь не только благодаря использованию современных сверхпрочных сортов стали, но и за счет передовых систем активной и пассивной безопасности, среди которых:

  • Система распределения тормозных усилий;
  • Антиблокировочная и система стабилизации;
  • Система, отвечающая за помощь при спуске со склона и старте под горку;
  • Система, контролирующая расположение прицепа (при его наличии);
  • Системы мониторинга дорожной разметки, слежения за «слепыми» зонами и состоянием водителя;
  • Активный круиз-контроль;
  • 9 airbag;
  • Ремни безопасности с преднатяжителями и многое другое.

Заметим, что, несмотря на крупные габариты, Everest обеспечивает хорошую обзорность, чему способствует большая площадь остекления, крупные боковые и внутрисалонное зеркало заднего вида, а также большое окно багажной двери.

Машина с легкостью справиться с ролью семейного автомобиля, обеспечив высокий уровень комфорта и безопасности как для передних, так и для пассажиров второго и третьего ряда сидений.

Комплектация и цена Форд Эверест 2016 года


Ford Everest – стильный и по-настоящему мужской автомобиль, обладающий атрибутами истинного покорителя бездорожья, комфортным и просторным салоном, широким списком стандартного и дополнительного оборудования и приличными динамическими характеристиками. Основные конкуренты в лице Mitsubishi Pajero Sport и Toyota Fortuner уступают Эвересту не только в плане дизайна и стоимости, но и в плане внедорожных возможностей, что станет ключевым фактором для любителей активного отдыха.

Видео панорама Ford Everest 2016:

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  • Видео
  • Доставка и оплата


  • Низкий профиль и близость к крыше придают багажнику привлекательный вид;
  • Слегка выгнуты для удобной посадки;
  • Широкий диапазон регулировки благодаря телескопическим опорам (выдвигаются на 50 мм с каждой стороны);
  • Простота установки благодаря поставке в собранном виде и встроенным опорам;
  • Минимизация шума и потребления топлива за счёт «технологии крыла»;
  • Защищен от кражи замками;
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    Buying a Used Car: How Many Previous Owners should it belong to?

    The increase in the number of used car for sale has been booming and there seems to be no stopping it. A lot of people are more into the savings of buying a used car, rather than picking their every cent trying to make ends meet after they spend on a brand new vehicle.

    However, not many people know exactly the right questions to ask when it comes to buying a secondhand car. Asides from confirming the mileage, the usage conditions, the repair, and maintenance history. If you are looking for a used model in good condition from Ford Philippines, is there anything else that you should be concerned about?

    One of the many questions that some prospective buyers forget to ask is regarding the number of previous owners the second-hand car has been through. Does the answer to this question really matter? How much does it affect the state of the vehicle? Read on to find out more about the factors that affect it and what you should really consider.

    Judging the State of the Vehicle

    People usually judge the vehicle by its state and how it performs. However, one can’t really tell the number of previous owners one car has just by just this concept. There are cases when the mileage may display 125,000 miles by the time it reaches your radar. That could have been accumulated by 2 different owners in just 2 years.

    For example, you could also encounter a neat-looking second-hand Ford Everest that is solely owned by its first owner. Upon closer inspection, you find that the left door has a slightly different color than the rest because it was replaced after the car has been in a collision.

    Knowing the Owner

    Having the previous owner of the vehicle as a trusted friend is a good decision. With that in mind, you can be sure whether he was the first owner of the Ford Everest that you are supposed to buy or not

    You’ll also recognize what type of driving habits your friend has and you can quickly say yes or no to that car based on how he treats it. Asides from knowing both the seller and the car, you’ll also be entitled to discounts. That is, however, based on how deep your friendship is.

    Maintenance Records

    Before you worry about the total number of the car’s previous owners, a bigger concern that requires your attention is the car’s maintenance record. This will contain all the information that you need for you to make a decision whether you want to continue with your purchase or not.

    It will also reveal any underlying problems with the vehicle as well as any issues the previous owner or owners may have experienced with it. If you are looking into a specific Ford Everest 2016, better ask for its records and proper documentation first.

    Bottom line

    In the end, the number of previous owners doesn’t really matter. You can’t really turn down a good car if you’re basing your judgment purely on the number of previous owners it’s had.

    A company could use a brand new car and stack up 150,000 miles on it and then set it up for sale. The next owner could stack a total of 35,000 miles on the car since it’s just for personal use. In the end you could own a 2-year old car with 135,000 mileage. It all comes down to the condition of the car as well as its performance.

    Review: Ford Everest 4×4 3.2L Titanium AT

    They say that history is written by the victors, and in the world of midsize SUVs, the Philippine story has been jotted down alternately by the two perennial victors: the Toyota Fortuner and the Mitsubishi Montero Sport. Ford Philippines never really put up much of a fight with the Everest, languishing far behind the two behemoths in this class. Unbeknown to most, however, the American carmaker had been carefully planning a comeback—observing, taking notes, and watching from the shadows. Ford had been licking its wounds, and it was the first to strike with what may just be the first truly next-generation midsize diesel SUV.


    The Everest is a handsome beast. Up front, the SUV bears the new Ford corporate grille proudly, as if it’s making sure you know exactly what brand this vehicle belongs to. It has a muscular yet agile look to it, when checked out from the side—from the angular pillars to the 20-inch alloy wheels. With the new Everest, the designers struck a balance between appearing outwardly aggressive and looking relatively compact despite its size.


    The cabin is genuinely impressive, and is head and shoulders above everything else in this class. The materials used are all soft to the touch, and this softness lends an air of sophistication to an already impressive interior. Speaking of air, a great view of the sky comes courtesy of the awesome panoramic sunroof extending to the second row.

    Sit on the supple and supportive electrically adjustable leather seats, and the large screens in the gauge cluster and the center console bathe you in a warm glow. The steering wheel and the shifter both feel soft and grippy to the fingers. Save for the tacky «Everest» logo in front of the front passenger, the interior is scarily good for the price you pay.

    And just how good is it? We had the chance to drive the all-new Expedition earlier this year, and we could not find any significant difference in the feel of both SUVs. The similarity in feel, fit and finish between this—one of the «cheaper» SUVs—and the top-of-the-line SUV in Ford’s Philippine-market lineup is the clearest embodiment yet of the «One Ford» philosophy.


    Power never feels lacking, and the torque from the 3.2-liter five-cylinder turbodiesel is powerful for any situation. Well-mated to a six-speed automatic transmission, the 197hp and 470Nm engine produces power on demand with no turbo lag or hesitation. The Everest actually feels nimble due to the torque, and it makes short work of any overtaking maneuvers you ask of it.

    In our time with the SUV, we averaged 6.94km/L in mostly city driving with the occasional highway jaunt. It’s a respectable number, given the immense torque available to the driver and the terrible traffic during the holiday season.


    The new Everest handles much smaller than the size would have you believe. As we were driving it, it constantly felt we were in a much more compact vehicle. It doesn’t hurt that the steering is overly assisted when crawling along parking lots. That, combined with the extremely tight (for its size) turning radius and the rearview camera, made parking absolutely breezy.

    Upon gaining some speed, the steering clearly firms up, and despite the lack of road feel, the Everest handles well at a fast clip. Body roll and body dive are both controlled well during cornering and braking.

    This midsize SUV handles the muddy and rocky terrain with aplomb. Ride height is good, and the suspension soaks up the bumps like a duck takes to water. Overall, the Everest is great both on and off the road.


    This Ford comes with so many toys you’d think it’s Christmas every day. From the eight-inch TFT touchscreen controlling your phone, audio system and air-conditioning, to the automatic headlamps and wipers, the Everest has more than what its competitors offer (and then some).

    Certain features make the vehicle easier to handle while driving. A blind spot monitoring system alerts you of cars entering your, er, blind spots while driving, even catching the occasional motorcyclist weaving through traffic. The rear camera and the rear cross-traffic alert system both help make parking a safer affair, with the RCTA saving us more times than we would care to admit.

    This midsize SUV also has the first radar-guided cruise control we’ve had the opportunity to try in the Philippines. Once you set your speed, it achieves the pace, but if any car cuts into your lane or if traffic builds up, the Everest will automatically slow down and match the speed of the vehicle in front. Once the car speeds up or traffic lightens, it will accelerate again to the set speed. During our test period, we drove from Ortigas to Makati along EDSA, and needed to hit the brakes only three times when we felt that the SUV wouldn’t stop in time. Is it perfect? No. Is it cool as heck? Oh yeah!

    This is the only vehicle we have seen at this price point with Land Rover-esque terrain control system built-in. All you need to do is select the type of terrain—snow (as if), mud, rocks—and the car will do the rest. All you have to do is hang on for the ride.

    Some features—like headlamps that automatically shut off the high beam when it senses an oncoming car—are lifted straight out of luxury cars. The only features we found missing were GPS and a smart key system. But these are tiny omissions in what has to be one of the best-equipped SUVs sold in our market today regardless of price point.


    While the two lumbering giants slept and geared up for their respective arrivals, Ford launched a surprise attack that caught the two Japanese brands—and us—by surprise. It is one of the most loaded SUVs on the market, and is truly the first of the new generation of midsize diesel SUVs.

    It’s so far ahead of the current crop that we are genuinely excited to see just how Toyota and Mitsubishi will respond. Until then, the Everest has won the first battle of this war.


    Engine: 3.2-liter in-line-five turbodiesel

    Transmission: 6-speed automatic

    Power: 197hp @ 3,000rpm

    Torque: 470Nm @ 2,500rpm

    Drive layout: 4WD

    Seating: 7

    Price: P1,899,000

    Score: 19/20

    Photos by Carlo Chungunco

    UPDATE as of May 9, 2018: If you’ve been planning to buy a Ford this 2018, boy do we have some good news for you. Check out its price list here. Ford is also adjusting the costs of its scheduled maintenance service inclusive of parts and labor. The goal is to realign its competitive position in the market and provide the customers a better offer when it comes to their scheduled maintenance. The new adjustments will maintain the current schedule of maintenance visits to every six months or 10,000km. On average, the current five-year cost of maintenance for a Ford vehicle is nearly P120,000. Under the new program, this figure will be reduced to just under P100,000.

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    • Odometer : 72,418kms
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    • Engine : 3.2 litre, 5-cylinder
    • Fuel Type : Diesel
    • Transmission : 6-speed Semi-Automatic
    • Doors : 5-door
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    • Compliance Date : 12/2016
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    Ford Everest 2016: Australian price and specs

    Published : 17th June 2015

    October will see the launch of the Ford Everest, a Ranger ute-based SUV that will compete with the Toyota LandCruiser Prado with a range spanning $54,900 to $76,990. Designed and engineered by Ford’s Australian teams, the Everest solidifies the importance of local engineering talent in the development of future Fords.

    Launching alongside the facelifted PX Ranger Mark II, Ford are equally bullish about the Everest’s chances, positioning it as a more premium, but cut-price alternative to the Toyota Prado (watch our review here). Though the flagship Ford Everest, coined the Titanium, will be the most expensive Ford in their Australian range by over $17,000, that model will undercut the Prado Kakadu in its sights by a factor of $7,500.

    Ford claim the Everest has at least ten features the Prado can’t compete with, including 500kg more braked towing capacity—three tonnes in total; the brand’s Sync infotainment system with voice control; semi-automatic parking assist; lane keeping assist; and a power tailgate, among others.

    The Everest will only be available with a slightly detuned version of the Ranger ute’s 3.2-litre five-cylinder turbodiesel. It will make 143kW and 470Nm—60Nm ahead of the current Toyota D4D three-litre in the Prado, though the forthcoming 2.8-litre four-cylinder in the updated Prado will narrow the gap (read the details here). A six-speed automatic will be the exclusive transmission, though four-wheel drive will be standard. Other off-roading goodies standard on the Everest include a locking rear differential, a four-mode terrain management system, and hill start and descent control.

    Equalling the Ranger’s 800mm wading depth, the Everest also promises 225mm of ground clearance, plus an approach angle of 29 degrees, a ramp-over angle of 21 degrees, and a departure angle of 25 degrees.

    The features and price of the Ford Everest 2016 depend on which of the three models you opt for.

    The base car, simply named Everest ($54,990), packs 17-inch alloys, automatic headlights, a reversing camera and rear parking sensors, but it makes do with the old Ford Sync 1 infotainment system and manual air conditioning.

    Upgrading to the mid-spec Trend ($60,990) is a $6,000 proposition in itself, but buys more kit: the newer, better Sync 2 infotainment system with voice control; two USB ports; the MyKey smart key system; adaptive cruise control with forward collision alert; a head-up display; and lane keeping assist.

    The flagship Titanium ($76,990) is $16k more than the Trend, though the feature list does grow to include bright HID headlamps, a panoramic sunroof, semi-automatic parking, eight-way power adjustable front seats with adjustable lumbar, satellite navigation, blind spot monitoring, cross-traffic alert, and a tyre pressure monitor.

    Ford Ranger 2015: Australian price

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    • Ford Everest Titanium: $76,990

    Review: 2016 Ford Everest

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    ​ The Ford Everest slots into a space in the lineup where car manufacturers haven’t seriously looked at for over least a decade. The full-size four-wheel drive has been neglected in favour of crossover SUVs designed for the urban jungle, but the new model from Ford aims to bring a bit more on and off the road.

    We took a ride in the Everest to put it to the test.

    The Everest comes at a time when the four-wheel drive is king. Station wagons have been vanquished, people movers are backed into a corner, and even mid-size sedans are under attack. Car buyers love big four wheel drives for their space and look, regardless of their actual capability.

    Lucky then that the Ford Everest comes equipped to work comfortably on the road and in rougher environments.

    Initial Impression

    The direct comparison to make is to put the Everest up against the other seven-seater in the range, the Territory. In fact, although the new Ford sits on a larger wheelbase, the Territory sits wider from mirror to mirror and just 4mm shorter overall than the Everest. Despite this, the Everest feels more spacious inside, and has a more aggressive presence sitting in the driveway.

    Of course, the key difference to the Everest is its off-road capability. Instead of the Territory’s all-wheel drive system which lives in RWD or switched to constant 60-40 AWD, the Everest has a proper on-demand, low range four-wheel drive set up that can make sure you get from A to B easily and without breaking a sweat.


    The 3.2L, 5-cylinder turbo diesel is pulled straight from the Ford Ranger range, although it has been retuned due to different laws applying to commercial and passenger vehicles. There’s no noticeable difference, the Everest powers along much the same way as the Ranger (which is to say, rather well) thanks to its shorter wheelbase than the flagship ute of the Ford Range. ​

    On the road, the Everest drives remarkably smoothly for what is, superficially, a four-wheel drive based on a commercial ute. This is due, in part, to the engineering of the Everest that shares very little with the Ranger – in fact, most of the architecture under the bonnet has been developed by Ford to up the comfort for those on board in any environment. ​ ​

    Handling is fine; there isn’t the kind of boat-like wallowing that plagues a lot of large SUVs. Of particular note, the electronically power-assisted steering (EPAS) system –recently introduced in the Ranger – does wonders to make the Everest seem nimble and lighter than its kerb weight of over 2.3 tonnes would suggest. In tight city streets, it can pull around smoothly and easily, and is unfazed at highway speeds. ​ ​

    Offroad, the Everest is incredibly smooth and light to drive. With the added capability of low range and diff lock options, it also has the Terrain management system, which allows you to choose a mode from sand, to rock to snow. The sand function, recently tested on the ultimate beach 4×4 proving ground — Fraser Island, gave the accelerator increased sensitivity to help add some additional power when your momentum slowed, without the usual flat spot or lag. ​ ​

    Overall, Ford’s has found a winning formula to get a seven-seater family wagon so capable both on and off the tarmac. ​ ​


    Ford pioneered car-like handling in SUVs when it launched the Territory, and refined off-road comfort with the Ranger. That means that now, with the launch of the Everest, the blue oval brand can apply what it’s learnt in both segments to create a full-size SUV that can capably go off-road, before returning to the bitumen and changing its ride to suit everyday driving. ​

    Comfort is sorted for all passengers, with separate vents to each row and independent climate control for the rear climate zones for the second row passengers. Seats all around the cabin are pretty supportive, and the third row seats have a decent amount of room and can be split 50:50, so you can have storage and seating. Starting from the mid-range Trend, the Everest receives a power rear liftgate to make loading the back easier, and the Titanium adds a panoramic power sunroof on top of that. One thing that is still not standard across the range is the addition of Ford’s SYNC2 audio display system, which is nixed from the entry Everest Ambiente – which, if you’re serious about getting off-road, is no big deal; but if you want to keep the Everest in the suburbs for any extended stretch of time – the SYNC2 system is much nicer to live with on a daily basis. You also miss out on standard sat-nav on anything below the top-spec Titanium, which can be sorted by Google Maps, but it would still be nice to have. ​ ​

    One ingenious feature of the Everest is the Active Noise Cancellation, which uses microphones on the inside to detect wind and road noise and negates them by piping soundwaves through speakers in the cars cabin. It sounds a bit naff, but in practice it works well – you wouldn’t have to raise your voice to a yell to hold a conversation with passengers in the third row. ​ ​

    Safety is sorted with seven airbags, as well as safety aids such as emergency brake assist, rear parking sensors and rear view camera standard across the range. From the Trend upwards, the Everest also receives Ford’s Lane Keeping system, as well as Adaptive Cruise Control with Forward Collision Alert, front parking sensors and the driver alert system that keeps track of your driving behaviour if you seem tired or otherwise impaired. Titanium models get the full suite of features with Blind Spot Monitoring with cross-traffic alert, tyre pressure monitoring system and semi-automatic parallel park assist. ​ ​

    The Everest starts from $54,990 for the Ambiente, $60,990 for the Trend and $76,990 for the Titanium before registration, other on-road costs or any accessories. All come with a six-speed automatic transmission, and although you can get your Genuine Ford Accessories, there aren’t that many factory options to put on each model: you can upgrade the Trend with satellite navigation for $600 and add a towbar to all models for $1000.

    Premium paint is $500 for anything other than Cool White.

    Ford Service Price Promise gives capped price servicing for the life of the Everest, and service intervals are set every 12 months or 15,000kms.


    The raft of SUVs built to stay solely in the confines of the city and suburbs has poached a healthy chunk of car buyers who want the look and lifestyle of a four-wheel drive but don’t have the time, expertise or even desire to go off-road. Unfortunately, this limits the options for a serious 4×4 that can also double as a suburban wagon for mums and dads who like to take to the road on the weekends and school holidays.

    The Everest fits the bill to give families that like to hit the road together an option of a seven-seater that’s not only comfortable but capable too.

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