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 $73,990 Everest Titanium (4WD 7 Seat) - compared to the $49,190, rear-wheel drive Everest Ambiente (rwd 5 Seat) - 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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