Ford Everest PROS and CONS
- Cabin Noise Cancellation
- Very good with water wading
- Can drive over mud puddles
- 225mm Ground clearance
- Smooth turn on sharp corners
- Good for on-road and off-road driving
- Only comes in Deisel
- Storage may be a bit small for a big family
- A bit pricey
The peak of SUVs, the new Ford Everest.- Summary of Vehicle
The Ford Motor Company is one of the largest automotive companies in the world. For almost a century, the Ford Motor Company has produced quality cars suited for any type of car owner. One of Ford's well-known models is the Ford Everest. The Ford Everest is a Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) engineered to withstand the stress of city traffic and challenges of an off-road adventure. First introduced in 2003, the Ford Everest has developed and matured to be one of the best SUVs in the market.
The new Ford Everest 2.0L Titanium Automatic model has updated its exterior, it looks solid and muscular with a more prominent hexagonal chrome grille. The new Ford Everest has curvier edges, but it still maintains its distinctive SUV look. The Ford Everest is powerful and strong enough to drive on an uphill road with ease. The exterior is tough and, on the inside, has the comfort of city life. The Ford Everest named after the tallest mountain in the world is designed to face any kind of weather and terrain.
Ford Everest build for tough terrains - Specs of Vehicle/ Features
The new Ford Everest model offers a lot of upgrades to make traveling not just safe but comfortable and enjoyable as well. The outside of this SUV is carefully engineered to withstand any kind of travel. The interior of the Ford Everest has the amenities that passenger needs; cupholder, controlled temperature and plugs for charging. You can drive confidently during the rainy season because the Ford Everest comes with Anti-lock Brake System (ABS), Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD), and Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA). You can drive comfortably on off-road travels and steep hills because the Ford Everest has Hill Start Assist. The Ford Everest also comes with the standard driver airbag and front passenger airbag. Safety is prioritized by Ford, so the new Ford Everest also comes with curtain airbags, knee airbags, and side airbags. The Ford Everest is the longest midsize SUV in the Philippine market with a length of 4893mm, a height of 1836mm, and a width of 1862mm. It can seat 7 people and has 5 doors. The size of this SUV may intimidate some new drivers when it comes to driving, turning, and parking. To help address this, Ford Motors has equipped the Everest with front Parking Sensors and Back Parking Sensors. The new Ford Everest also has a Lane Departure Warning System and Blind Spot Detection system for added confidence when making a turn and driving in general.
The tires of the Ford Everest have alloy wheels with a diameter of R20, a width of 265, and an aspect ratio of 50. The Ford Everest has a wheelbase of 2850, and a 225mm ground clearance, slightly higher than other SUVs. The Ford Everest is designed to withstand up to 800mm of water, making it adaptable to water wading, good for flooding, or when driving off-road crossing swamp or river on your adventure get-away. The Ford Everest is designed to keep the excess water out of all the critical electronic systems. The air intake is elevated to avoid water from sipping in. The critical electronics are sealed, tucked, and also elevated to avoid water from getting in. The Ford Everest is engineered to drive on uneven road and path, it even has a rock mode that gives the SUV better traction, more grip, and more power. It is designed for both city driving and for any day and anyplace adventure.
The Ford Everest 2.0L Titanium AT comes in two variants; 4x2 and 4x4. Both variants have 4 cylinders and 16 valves. Both variants are fuel-efficient. They both have 10-speed automatic transmission and runs on diesel fuel and has a fuel capacity of 80 liters. The 4x2 has a Max Power of 178/3500 (HP)/rpm with a max torque of 420/2500 nm/rpm, and the 4x4 has a Max Power of 210/3750 (HP)/rpm with a max torque of 500/2000 nm/rpm. The new Ford Everest has enough power to pull on or tow big items, it is also equipped with a trailer sway mitigation system that helps control and counter sway.
The new Ford Everest is stylish on the outside and is sleek on the inside. The leather-covered interior gives it a distinguished look. The Ford Everest comes with a built-in entertainment system an 8" LCD monitor, 10 speakers, and is SYNC 3 ready. The original Ford SYNC is voice command activated which helps with navigation, no need to figure out where the buttons are. Because SYNC 3 is voice command enabled, you can make calls without looking at your phone. You can also control the AC/Climate without pressing a button, change radio stations without losing focus on the road. You can connect your devices via USB, Bluetooth, AUX, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. Once your phone is linked with Ford SYNC 3, you can access most applications on your mobile device via voice command. There are about 10,000 voice commands that SYNC can accommodate.
The new Ford Everest has Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control, which means the driver and the back passengers can control the temperature in their respective areas. There are enough headroom and legroom for the drivers and passengers to be comfortable on long rides. The seats are adjustable for comfort, just like any other vehicle. When it comes to storage, the Ford Everest only 450 liters of space ready at the back. However, if you are traveling big, you can expand it by folding the third-row seats giving you a space of 1050 liters. For a much bigger haul, you have the option of folding the third-row seat and middle seat, giving you more storage space for your weekend travel.
Other features of the Ford Everest are; Speed-Sensing door locks, keyless entry, push start button, cruise control, power steering, power windows, electronic tailgate, security alarm, and of course power outlets for charging your gadgets.
Comfort, power, and style are what the new Ford Everest has to offer. With all these features the Ford Everest is a formidable SUV even in the most unforgiving terrains.