Does it represent good value for the price? What features does it come with?
Looking at the price list, how much you'll pay for an Everest depends largely on how you want to spec your particular version.
All Ford Everest models are equipped with the same powertrain across the range; a 3.2-litre five-cylinder turbo-diesel engine that's backed by a six-speed automatic transmission.
The price list starts with the base model rear-wheel drive (RWD), five-seat Ambiente at $47,990, while the 4WD version is $52,990. Add $1000 for the seven-seat version of either.
By comparison, this represents a cut of between $6000 and $7000 from the Ambiente's launch RRP.
For your money, you get 17-inch rims, Ford's latest 'Sync3' multimedia touchscreen system with 10 speakers, cloth trim, automatic lights, rear camera with rear sensors, dual zone air and second row climate controls.
Driver aids now include adaptive cruise control, lane departure control and automatic high beam control.
Driver aids include regular cruise control, trailer sway control and hill start assist, while the 4WD versions score a terrain management system, a locking rear diff and hill descent control.
Pricing for the mid-spec Trend kicks off at $53,990 for the RWD seven-seater, while the 4WD model will cost $5000 more at $58,990; this is a $2000 saving versus the 2015 launch price.
For your extra dosh, you get 18-inch rims, leather-wrapped steering wheel, seven seats, folding side mirrors, powered tailgate, auto wipers, digital radio, front parking sensors and sat nav.
Driver aids now include adaptive cruise control with forward collision alert, lane departure control and automatic high beam control.
Step up to the 4WD Titanium range topper, and you'll fork out $74,701, saving yourself nearly $2000 in the process.
For that you get 20-inch alloys, heated front seats, sunroof with powered blind, semi-automatic parallel park assist, HID headlights and LED daytime running lights. Also 'leather-accented' seats (first and second row) and 'PowerFold' third row seat.
There's also a blind spot monitor with cross-traffic alert and – like all Everests – seven airbags.
Colours across the range include white, black, two shades of red (one is almost orange), blue and gold, as well as silver and grey.