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FORD EVEREST EXTERIOR

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FORD EVEREST INTERIOR


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PURPOSE-BUILT CAPABILITY

A Capable SUV Ready To Take On Any Adventure

Designed to tackle tough terrain and unexpected obstacles, the new Everest will take you nearly anywhere you want to go. Discover what is beyond the road’s end.

Ford Everest Sand

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Get Off The Beaten Path

Take on whatever is next. Right now.

Ford Everest Capability

Ford Everest Angle

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Terrain Management System

The Everest’s advanced 4WD systems helps you tackle any surface, on-road or off, at the turn of a dial with its Terrain Management System to maximise traction and stability for greater control.

Ford Everest Terrain Management System

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Snow/Mud/Grass

For driving on slippery and shifting snow, gravel or grass, this mode keeps RPMs low for greater control, while enhanced ABS and torque control help minimise wheel slip.

Ford Everest Snow Mud Grass

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Sand

Aggressive torque transfer, increased accelerator sensitivity and wheel slip are used to help maintain the momentum needed to drive through sand.

Ford Everest Sand

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Rock

Keeps 4WD in first gear for greater control and maximises ABS and torque transfer to help drivers navigate extreme off-road terrain.

Ford Everest Rock

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Ford Everest Electric Locking

 

 

Electric locking rear differential

For off-roaders looking for traction and grip, even in slippery or rugged terrains, the electric locking rear differential provides fill engine torque to both rear wheels, even if one is off the ground.

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Ford Everest Smooth Suspension

Smooth Suspension

On the open road, this SUV is a smooth ride. Unlike rigid suspension systems, the Everest’s Watt’s Linkage Suspension delivers improved stability and handling with maximum comfort.

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Hill Descent Control[2] and Launch Assist

Negotiating tough slopes in the Everest is simple. Hill Descent Control uses the brake system to take you downhill at a safe and steady pace. Take hold of the steering wheel and the Everest takes care of the rest. On an incline, Hill Launch assist assures you have a smooth start. Take your foot off the brake and the system holds the brake for a few seconds. Step on the accelerator, and you’re off.

Ford Everest Hill Descent Control

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[1]Maintaining a steady speed of no more than 7km/hr.
[2]Hill Descent Control is a driver-assistance features which is supplemental and does not replace the driver’s judgement. Function may not operate in some driving and road conditions or adverse weather.

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POWERFUL PERFORMANCE

The Power To Take You There And Beyond

Ford Everest’s advanced 3.2L TDCi Duraotorq Diesel engine delivers 143kW of power and 470Nm of peak torque, all without compromising fuel efficiency.

Ford Everest Powerful Performance

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3.2L Duratorq Diesel Engine

Our powerful, turbo-charged 3.2L TDCi Turbo diesel engine lets you effortlessly cruise around town, while still giving you all the power you need to tackle your off-road adventures. You’ll also be happy with the extra kilometres we’ve built into its fuel economy.

Ford Everest Diesel Engine

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Aerodynamic Design

Advanced aerodynamic design means less drag and more fuel savings.

Ford Everest Aerodynamic Design

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Torque-On-Demand

Automatically transfers torque between the front and rear wheels with the most grip to provide maximum traction on and off-road. It will even send all the torque to a single wheel, if the system detects the other three wheels have no traction at all.

Ford Everest Torque On Demand

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Big load capacity

Yes, it’s spacious enough to fill the seven seats with everyone who’s along for the ride. But what about all the other things you need on your journey?

Ford Everest Big Load Capacity

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Dynamic Stability Control

Feel ‘connected to the road’ with Dynamic Stability Control. It helps ensure grip and control, especially around corners and when overtaking. This includes Roll Stability Control, which uses a gyroscopic sensor to detect the potential for the vehicle to roll and intervenes to restore stability.

Ford Everest Dynamic Stability Control

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EPAS with Pull-Drift Compensation

Electric Power Assist Steering (EPAS) with Pull-Drift Compensation technology measures the driver’s steering input, adapts to changing road conditions and helps compensate for slight directional shifts caused by factors such as crowned road surfaces or steady crosswinds.

Ford Everest EPAS with Pull-Drift Compensation

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[1]Maximum braked towing capacity when fitted with a Genuine Ford Tow Ball and Tow Pack. Subject to State and Territory Towing Regulations.
[2]Ambiente and Trend models have 100kg roof payload.
[3]Figures obtained from controlled tests using ADR81/02 combined cycle. Actual consumption will depend on many factors, including driving habits, prevailing conditions and your vehicle’s equipment, condition and use.

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INTUITIVE CONTROL

Technology Designed With You In Mind

Make a quick hands-free call. Park perfectly. Keep control in changing traffic conditions. Whatever it is you need to do, the Everest’s intuitive technology is ready to assist you.

Ford Everest Intuative Control

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SYNC™ Infotainment

The SYNC™[1] voice activation system is all ears. Call family and friends by saying their name. Ask it to read out incoming texts[2]. Play your music the way you like. All while your hands stay safely on the wheel and your eyes on the road. SYNC™2[3] takes you to the next level with its 8-inch touchscreen, where you can easily manage entertainment, phone features and voice-controlled navigation[4].

Ford Everest Sync Infotainment Ford Everest Sync Infotainment Dash

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Active Park Assist[5]

This may be one large SUV, but parallel parking couldn’t be easier. At the press of a button, Active Park Assist not only helps you find the right size parking spot, it steers itself in. Simply take your hands off the wheel and watch as it parks perfectly. All you have to do is control the gears, accelerator and brake.

Ford Everest Active Park Assist

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BLIS and Cross-traffic alert[6]

Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) is your second set of eyes. When changing lanes, indicator lights in your side mirrors let you know if there’s a vehicle in your blind spot. So you can see what you can’t see. It also alerts you to traffic coming from either direction when reversing out of a parking spot or driveway.

Ford Everest BLIS

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Lane Keeping System[7]

Sometimes it can be easy to drift into the next lane without realising it. If your indicator isn’t on, the Lane Departure Warning alerts you by vibrating your steering wheel. If you continue to drift, it applies torque to guide you back into your lane.

Ford Everest Lane Keeping System

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Adaptive Cruise Control[3] with Collision Warning

Forget about having to turn your cruise control on and off as traffic changes. Instead, the new Ford Everest adapts. If it senses slow moving traffic, it slows down. When the traffic clears, it goes back to your pre-set speed. It can even detect the potential for an accident to occur and alerts you with a brake light warning on your windscreen and pre-charges your brakes.

Ford Everest Adaptive Cruise Control

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Rear View Camera

Reverse with confidence with a vision of what’s behind you on screen and the sound of the rear parking sensors helping to alert you to obstacles.

Ford Everest Rear View Camera

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[1]Available on Ambiente model.
[2]Warning: Local laws may prohibit some or all of the text messaging functions while driving. Check your local road rules before using these functions.
[3]Available on Trend and Titanium models.
[4]Available on Titanium model and optional on Trend model.
[5]Active Park Assist is available on Titanium model only. Active Park Assist is a driver-assistance feature which is supplemental and does not replace the driver’s judgement.
[6]Available on Titanium model.Blind Spot Information System is a driver-assistance feature which is supplemental and does not replace the driver’s judgement. Designed to operate at speeds above 10km/h. Function may not operate in some driving and road conditions or adverse weather.
[7]Available on Trend and Titanium models.Lane Keeping System does not control steering. LKS is a driver-assistance feature which is supplemental and does not replace the driver’s judgement. Designed to operate at speeds over 65 km/h on multi-lane roads with clearly visible lane markings. Function may not operate in some driving and road conditions or adverse weather.

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CLEVER COMFORT

A Comfortable Ride While You Explore The World

Extraordinary details like active noise cancellation make the Everest the ultimate pleasure on any adventure.

Ford Everest Clever Comfort

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Active Noise Cancelling

Inspired by the popular noise cancelling headphones, Everest’s Active Noise cancelling uses three highly sensitive microphones to detect and measure engine noise, then cancels it using opposing sound waves.

Ford Everest Active Noise Cancelling

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Seats Seven In Total Comfort

With seven seats as standard, there’s plenty of room inside the Everest to take the whole family, team or whoever is coming along for the ride in total comfort.

Ford Everest 7 seats

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Auto High Beam Control[2]

Never dazzle oncoming drivers with your high beams again. Auto High Beam Control uses a camera mounted on the rear view mirror to detect oncoming traffic and turns your high beams on and off as needed.

Ford Everest Auto High Beam Control

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3rd Row PowerFold Seats[1]

3rd row Powerfold seats make it easy to find some extra space at the press of a button. The electric PowerFold 3rd row seat folds flat to give you a stable surface.

Ford Everest 3rd Row Power Fold Seats

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Power Tailgate[2]

The Power Tailgate opens and closes at the touch of a button, so it’s never been easier to pack a heavy load.

Ford Everest Power Tailgate

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Seven Airbags

Protection is key to your peace of mind. The airbags in the Everest provide a network of protection with front seat driver and passenger airbags and seat-mounted side airbags. Side-curtain airbags help protect everyone in the front and back. There’s even an airbag for the driver’s knee.

Ford Everest 7 airbags

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Panoramic Roof[1]

Appreciate the great outdoors even when you’re indoors. The electric panoramic moon roof takes up almost 50% of the roof space so you can experience the outdoors, at the touch of a button.

Ford Everest Panoramic Roof

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Intelligent Instrument Cluster[3]

Know what’s working for you. View what features the Everest is using at any time easily on your dashboard right in front of you.

Ford Everest Intelligent Instrument Cluster

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Smoother Ride

On the open road or off-road, this SUV delivers a smooth ride. Unlike rigid suspension systems, the Everest’s Watt’s Linkage Suspension delivers improved stability and handling with maximum comfort.

Ford Everest Smoother Ride

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[1]Available on Titanium model.
[2]Available on Trend and Titanium models.
[3]Overseas model shown.

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2015 Ford Everest Models

[1] 8.5L/100km, ADR 81/02 (combined cycle) . Actual fuel consumption may vary.
[2] Maximum braked towing capacity when fitted with a Genuine Ford Tow Ball and Tow Pack. Subject to State and Territory Towing Regulations.
[3] Available on Trend and Titanium models.
[4] Available on Titanium model and optional on Trend model.

Purpose-Built Capability

Designed to tackle tough terrain and unexpected obstacles, the new Everest will take you nearly anywhere you want to go. Discover what is beyond the road’s end.

ENQUIRE NOW