The 2016 Ford Everest was introduced in 2015. This refined seven-passenger SUV is a technologically sophisticated and stunningly capable automobile. Beside markets across the ASEAN, Sub-Saharan Africa and South Africa region, the Ford Everest will be readily available in nine markets in Asia Pacific region: Australia, China, India, and New Zealand.
Depending on particular market need the brand-new Ford Everest will be readily available in both four-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive variations. Main rivals of the Ford Everest 2016 are Toyota Prado, Mitsubishi Challenger, Isuzu MU-X or smaller Honda HR-V and Volkswagen Tiguan.
2016 Ford Everest review
The car’s capability and outstanding off-road qualifications are exemplified by its wide position and strong front end. Ford’s worldwide Design Centre in Australia created the brand-new Ford Everest. Vibrant, inverted trapezoidal grille firmly develops Ford’s design DNA.
Car’s power and rugged capability has actually been by the muscular hood, front bumper and incorporated headlamps with LED daytime running lights. Unified horizontal design style is produced by the headlamps connected to the grille. The Ford Everest HID headlamps and LED daytime running lamps (DRLs) powered by clever innovation, allowing them to immediately adjust themselves based upon readily available light. The lamps are sculpted back from the grille in a sweeping design that projects an aerodynamic and modern-day appearance.
The new Ford Everest includes unmatched aerodynamic performance, with a best-in-class drag coefficient of 0.389 which is outcome of vital exterior design elements, such as incorporated aerodynamic “kickers” that flank the rear window.
Modern interior inside the new Ford Everest redefines the level of comfort consumers can get out of a difficult and capable SUV. It uses superior materials and advanced materials, the exceptionally peaceful interior offers functions that make life on the roadway more comfy. That likewise consists of a big two-panel moonroof above the first 2 rows of seats, and ventilation, air and heating conditioning (HVAC) vents for each row.
Unlike the Toyota Prado driver seats further back and lower but it is very comfortable. No matter where travelers sit, the brand-new Ford Everest provides plenty on convenience, area and benefit. Power and heated pole positions are eight-way adjustable and they assist both the driver and front traveler tweak their seating position.
A 60/40 split roomy 2nd row has its own air-conditioning and heating controls while the comfy 50/50 split third row can be turned down with the touch of a button. All models come with Cruise control, Bluetooth phone connectivity, and Audio system with AUX, CD, USB and iPod connections and Rearview camera. It also features Electronic stability control, Trailer-sway control, Electronic traction control, Full-time 4WD and seven airbags for better safety.
The 2016 Ford Everest is available with Curve Control, Forward Alert with Collision Mitigation, Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with Cross Traffic Alert, Roll Stability Control, Electronic Stability Program, Auto High Beam Control, Lane Departure Warning, Active Park Assist and Adaptive Cruise Control
2016 Ford Everest specs
Under the hood of the Ford Everest 2016 are wide range of one petrol and two diesel engines. All of these powerplants are mated to 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission. Petrol engine is twin-scroll 2.0-liter EcoBoost powerplant which offers best in class fuel economy and carbon dioxide emissions. With 240 horsepower and 270 lb-ft (366 Nm) of torque we can say that it comes with excellent power, torque and refinement.
When it comes to diesel powerplants there is smaller 2.2-liter Duratorq TDCi with 160 horses and 385 Nm of torque and bigger 5-cylinder 3.2-liter Duratorq TDCi diesel engine with 200 ponies and 470 Nm of torque.
An advanced 4WD system with active transfer case in the new Ford Everest offers the best possible combination of off-road ability and on-road smoothness. It is also enhanced by a Terrain Management System with four drive modes: Normal, Snow/Gravel/Grass, Sand and Rock. Each of drive modes perform on transmission, throttle response, traction control and the 4WD system.
Ford Everest 2016 price
In Australia price for the Ford Everest 2016 starts at $54,990, and from $60,990 for the Everest Trend goes up to $76,990 for the top-range Everest with Titanium trim. Price in Philippines starts at Php 1,339,000 and goes up to Php 1,899,000 for Titanium model.