Designed to tackle tough terrain and unexpected obstacles. the new All-New Everest is intuitive to your needs. Discover what’s beyond the road’s end.
Ford Everest’s advanced 3.2L TDCi Turbo Diesel engine delivers 147kW of power and 470Nm of peak torque, all without compromising fuel efficiency. The Ford Everest also offers a 2.2L TDCi engine which delivers 118kW of power and 385Nm of torque.
Automatically transfers torque between the front and rear wheels with the most grip to provide maximum traction on and off-road. It will even send all the torque to a single wheel, if the system detects the other three wheels have no traction at all.
The Everest’s Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) is your second set of eyes. When changing lanes, indicator lights in your side mirrors let you know if there’s a vehicle in your blind spot. So you can see what you can’t see. It also alerts you to traffic coming from either direction when reversing out of a parking spot or driveway.
Negotiating tough slopes in the Everest is simple. Hill Descent Control uses the brake system to take you downhill at a safe and steady pace. Take hold of the steering wheel and the Everest takes care of the rest. On an incline, Hill Launch Assist removes the fear of rolling. Take your foot off the brake and the system holds the brake for a few seconds, giving you time to accelerate away.
Inspired by the popular noise cancellation headphones, Everest’s Active Noise Cancellation uses three highly sensitive microphones to detect and measure engine noise, then cancels it using opposing sound waves. All you hear is a lot of quiet.
There's seven seats as standard. But we go beyond what's standard. That's why there's plenty of room for long legs. And with the ability to fit five child seats as well as the inclusion of two ISOFIX 1 anchor points, even the littlest in the family can enjoy your next big adventure.