|Ford Everest Models||SPECS||PRICE|
|Ambiente||3.2LDieselDiesel6 SP AUTO6 speed automatic||$30,800 – 40,370|
|Titanium||3.2LDieselDiesel6 SP AUTO6 speed automatic||$40,000 – 51,150|
|Trend||3.2LDieselDiesel6 SP AUTO6 speed automatic||$34,600 – 44,770|
|Trend (rwd)||3.2LDieselDiesel6 SP AUTO6 speed automatic||$29,900 – 39,160|
Ford Everest 2016 FAQs
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Grand Cherokee, Navara, Everest or Hilux for towing?
The Navara and HiLux would be out, for me, because they are utes and you shouldn't be buying a truck just because it can tow well. The Grand Cherokee is a great drive but I also hear lots of complaints, so the Everest — engineered in Australia and based on the classy Ford Ranger ute — would be my pick as the smart choice.Show more
Best 7-seat SUV with second and third row child seats?
They all have child seat anchorages in the second row, but you're right that the Everest has anchorages in the second and third rows. The Everest would be the one to go for; it's got the most up-to-date cabin and would be best suited to your needs.Show more
Prado, Everest or Discovery Sport - which is best?
The Everest has a longer list of safety features, a higher towing capacity, is more family-friendly, and drives nicer; the Prado is more refined, but feels dated, the Discovery Sport is a true off-roader with car-like road manners. The Discovery for mine. Another to try is the Toyota Fortuner.Show more