Ford Everest Pricing and Specs
Conceived and designed in Australia but built in Thailand, Ford's Everest large SUV is a dedicated seven seater aimed at bigger families, and was powered exclusively by a diesel engine when it launched in 2015. That engine, combined with a capable four-wheel drive system on its more expensive models like the $73,190 Everest Titanium (4WD) - compared to the $50,090, rear-wheel drive Everest Ambiente (rwd) - led to Ford declaring the Everest its most capable SUV ever, with the original Everest benchmarked against the then market leaders in off-road performance before it launched. Perhaps as a result, early iterations of the Everest were praised more for their off-road ability and three tonne towing capacity than they were for their on-road manners.
This vehicle is also known as Ford Endeavour.
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Ford Everest FAQs
Check out real-world situations relating to the Ford Everest here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
What SUV should I buy?
The answer all depends on what you call off-road driving, Javed. The Ford Everest, being based on the Ranger, is a very competent off-roader. In fact, it’ll handle anything most owners would ever throw at it, while the Endura is more of a replacement for the Ford Territory. Meaning it has abilities better matched to a trip to the snow, not a true log-jumping, river-fording off-road journey.
The Sante Fe is more of the same (as the Endura) that is; a car that can cope with gravel roads and slippery surfaces, but not the rough and tumble of the Aussie bush. So it really comes down to how far off road you need to go. And if the answer is a long way, even if it’s just occasionally, then the Everest is your best choice.Show more
What towing vehicle should I buy?
Ford Everest 2017: fuel line clips and battery dramas?
We haven't had any feedback on the issues you mention, but have had complaints of poor build quality. Your problems would seem to be because of build quality issues.Show more