“Especially capable off-road, excellent ride quality and engine torque makes for an impressive drive experience”
The Ford Everest was designed from the ground up to take on the most inhospitable environments. This segment-defining vehicle stands apart delivering exceptional capability and versatility. One of the toughest SUVs on the market, the Everest has a body-on-frame design, assuring the torsional strength required to take on all terrains. No matter the job and no matter the environment, Ford Everest ticks all the boxes providing both value and versatility.
Extensive global durability testing ensures peace of mind whatever the challenge. Best-in-class ground clearance of 225 mm, water-wading capability of 800 mm and best-in-class towing capability helps you navigate difficult terrain with ease.
No matter how tough it is on the outside, inside this seven-seater offers the highest level of comfort with flexible seating and cargo arrangements. Dual-zone air-conditioning with rear overhead control adds to passenger convenience. Ford Everest features one of the quietest cabins in its class thanks to the innovative active noise cancellation.
The extensively tested Ford Duratorq engines deliver high levels of power while still achieving class leading fuel efficiency.
The Everest offers a choice of two 6-speed transmissions designed to maximize smoothness, responsiveness and economy. The manual transmission includes a shift indicator lamp, which illuminates to indicate gear changing – further promoting fuel-saving driving.
The Everest has been carefully designed to minimize drag through the air to maximize fuel economy and minimize wind noise. Even with the windows down, it is a quiet ride. Ford’s innovative electric power-assisted steering gives the Everest improved maneuverability at low speeds and better feel at high speeds, and helps save fuel.
Ford Everest is big on safety. The vehicle’s cage is built using high-strength materials like boron steel and advanced manufacturing techniques have been used to deliver a strong passenger safety cell. It was engineered to meet the strictest safety standards and its class-leading combination of safety features earned it a maximum 5-star NCAP safety rating.
From the no-compromise entry grade to the fully equipped derivative, active safety features include air-bags, belt-minder, electronic stability program, anti-lock brakes, emergency brake light, high mounted stop lamp, roll stability control, hill start assist and hill descent control. Top-end derivatives also offer adaptive cruise control, blind spot detection, cross traffic alert, distance alert and collision mitigation.
Ford’s intuitive terrain management system gives drivers four preset settings – normal, snow/gravel/grass, sand and rock – that alter the vehicle’s throttle response, transmission, intelligent four-wheel-drive system and traction control to confidently tackle any situation.
Inside occupants are treated to a cabin with comfortable seats for long drives. More than 30 stowage spaces totaling 48 liters ensure all occupants have sufficient space to store everything they need. Ford Everest instrument panel is logically laid out with easy access to the touch screen. SYNC provides a range of connectivity and infotainment features. Ease of control of phone and media at the driver’s fingertips with steering wheel controls.
The Ford Everest is available with one of two diesel engines. Featuring advanced technologies that improve fuel efficiency, both engines deliver excellent performance.
- For maximum fuel economy, we recommend the 2.2-liter four-cylinder TDCi diesel, which delivers 160 PS of power and 385 Nm of torque. The 2.2 engine comes with a 6-speed manual transmission.
- For maximum power and torque for heavy-duty towing, the preferred choice would be the 3.2-liter five-cylinder TDCi diesel engine with 200 PS of power and 470 Nm of torque, giving it more power and more torque than any other SUV in its class. The 3.2 engine comes with a 6-speed automatic transmission.