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Ford Everest 2016 review: Torquing Heads


Ford's all-conquering Ranger has spawned a big new SUV called the Everest.

While underneath it's all business, on top is a handsome, if enormous, body to swallow seven people and tow up to three tons of boat, camper or trailer. Holden got there first with the tough-but-basic Colorado and Toyota has followed suit with its HiLux-based Fortuner which means other brands can't be too far behind.

Given the growing numbers of families using dual-cab utes like the Ranger as their getaway vehicle, Nikki Cousins and Peter Anderson got together to see if the Everest can cut it as a carrier for the family who likes to get a long, long way from it all.

Related: Richard Blackburn compares the Ford Everest to the Toyota's Fortuner and LandCruiser Prado

Also: Joshua Dowling's first drive of the Ford Everest in Thailand

Plus: The complete rundown of the Ford Everest's specification levels and pricing

At a glance

Price from: $54,990 to $77,490 plus on-road costs
Warranty: 3 years/100,000 km 
Capped servicing: $1425 over 3 years if travelling no more than 15,000km per year
Service interval: 12 months/15,000km 
Safety: Seven airbags, five star rating expected
Engine: 3.2-litre 5-cyl turbo diesel, 143kW/470Nm 
Transmission: 6-speed auto; 4WD 
Thirst: 8.5L/100km 
Dimensions: 4892mm (L), 2180mm (W), 1837mm (H) , 2850mm (WB)
Weight: 2370kg 
Spare: Full-size alloy
Towing: 3000kg

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