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Everest Specs
Engine 1996 cc
Power 178 hp
Transmission Type Automatic
Driver Airbag Yes
Air Conditioner Yes
Power Steering Yes
Ground Clearance 225 mm
Seating Capacity 7 Seats

Everest Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Everest

Butch looks

Premium interior

Ride quality

Things We Dont Like in Everest

Cumbersome to drive in city traffic

Fuel efficiency

Recent Updates of Ford Everest

The last quarter of 2018, proved to be a great one for the Malaysian auto market as a number of great cars were introduced. One of them is the 2019 Ford Everest that was recently introduced by Sime Darby Auto Connexion in two variants. The base variant is known as the 2.0L Trend AWD 10AT that is priced at RM 228,888 (on the road without insurance). Next is the range-topping 2.0L Bi-turbo Titanium AWD 10AT which goes for RM 258,888. One of the most significant changes between the previous and current-gen Everest is the adoption of Panter family turbodiesel engine.

While a 2.2-litre mill powers both the variants but the outputs differ. Speaking of which the Trend trim with 2.2-litre Duratorq mill produces 160 PS and 385 Nm. The bi-turbo mill, on the other hand, churns 213 PS and 500 Nm. The former 6R80 six-speed transmission unit is replaced by a new Getrag 10R80 10-speed automatic in both the trims. Apart from the transmission, both the trims also share advanced techs like Ford Terrain Management System with four modes (Sand, Road, Snow, and Rock) and electronic locking rear differential.

Everest Price List

Variant Price Specifications  
2.0L Trend AWD RM228,888 *
OTR Price
1996 cc, 178 hp, Automatic, Diesel
2.0L Bi-Turbo Titanium AWD RM258,888 *
OTR Price
1996 cc, 210 hp, Automatic, Diesel
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Ford Everest Colors

Everest is available in 4 different colors - Sunset, Shadow Black, Meteor Grey and Diffused Silver.

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  • Shadow Black

  • Meteor Grey

  • Diffused Silver

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Everest Review

  • Overview
  • Interior & Features
  • Exterior
  • Ride & Handling
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking & Safety
  • Verdict

Overview

The Ford Everest has always been preferred by those who wanted a vehicle which has immense road presence and doesn’t cost them a bomb. The Ford Everest born as a seven-seat SUV version of its capable Ranger pickup, and has been in existence since last fifteen years and has seen three generations. In its current generation too, it shares a lot with the Ranger pickup and looks the most intimidating and butch till date. For the Malaysian market, the Ford Everest is being offered with two diesel powertrains and four color options – Cool White, Aluminium Metallic, Black Mica Metallic, and Sunset Metallic. The Ford Everest is available in two variants – 2.2L Trend 4x2 and 3.2L Titanium 4x4.

Interior & Features

On the inside, the level of premium feel is equal to that on the outside. Each and every component and feature inside the cabin oozestop-notchh quality, with the Everest giving you a sense of owning a much more premium vehicle at half of its price.

The overall view from the front seats is very commanding, thus giving him a very clear view of the outside. The four spoke leather steering wheel with silver finish around the spokes look very premium. The silver finish extends around the front AC vents as well, which are designed in a vertical manner. The part-digital instrument console behind the steering wheel looks very futuristic, with every real time data on display, including the type of terrain you are driving on or selected drive mode.

The center console is dominated by a large 8-inch touch screen infotainment system which comes integrated with a 10-speaker music system, Bluetooth, reverse camera, navigation. The dual tone black and beige dashboard with faux wood inserts makes the cabin look posh and airy at the same time. All the three rows with leather seats and AC vents for seven passengers make up for a very spacious and comfortable cabin on the inside.

In terms of features, the Ford Everest comes equipped to the core, with the SUV getting a panoramic sunroof, terrain management system, dual zone automatic climate control, electronic parking brake, electrically foldable second and third row of seats, powered front seats and active noise cancellation.

Exterior

For those who love to announce their arrival to the world in a flashy and bossy way, the Ford Everest makes a perfect car for them. The SUV comes written with the word ‘B.I.G.’ all over it, with everything related to the vehicle being huge. The Everest has a commanding road presence which makes it feel much more premium than its price.

At the front, the Ford Everest has got the familiar hexagonal grille with rounded edges and heavy chrome slats, making the front look very premium. The headlamps are placed adjacent to this front grille and come integrated with HID projector headlights with daytime running LEDs. The front bumper comes with a nice wide Y-shaped silver skid plate which engulfs fog lamps at the upper extreme corners of it.

Moving towards the sides, the Ford Everest looks even more intimidating, thanks to the long wheelbase, high ground clearance of 200mm and large 20-inch wheels. Though the side profile doesn’t come with any characteristic curve or kink, the large bulges over wheel arches and high mounted shoulder line make it look muscular. Adding more premium touches to the side profile are chrome finished outside rearview mirrors, shoulder line and door handles. The 20-inch machined alloy wheels go well with the overall personality of the Everest.

At the rear, the Everest comes with a rather safe design with hexagonal tail lamps adjoined by a thick chrome line between them, on which the name of the SUV comes imprinted. Like at the front, the rear bumper too gets the same silver finished skid plate in the same shape, with reflectors replacing the fog lamps here.

The overall design of the Ford Everest looks commanding and makes one feel that it belongs to a segment above, just due to its size and premium styling.

Ride & Handling

Given the fact that the Everest is based on the Ranger pickup, it by default gets very strong mechanical underpinnings. The Ford Everest comes fitted with Independent with coil spring and anti-roll bar at the front and Coil spring with Watt links at the rear, which are tuned on a slightly stiffer side to take on all the bad road conditions with firmness. Despite stiff setup of suspension, the Everest never feels uncomfortable. The high ground clearance and big wheels never make you feel what all hard conditions the chassis and suspension feel while on the go. Apart from it, the Terrain Management System in the Ford Everest allows you to set the suspension settings on different surface conditions as per your preference. The different modes of sand, mud, grass, gravel and rock can be changed, just at the twist of a dial placed on the transmission tunnel.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

On the powertrain front, the Ford Everest has been offered with two diesel engine options. The lower Trend variant gets a 2.2-litre four-cylinder diesel engine which churns out 160 PS of power and 385 Nm of torque. On the other hand, the 3.2 litre five cylinder diesel engine pumps out 200 PS of power and 470 Nm of torque. Both these engines come paired with a standard 6-speed torque converter, with the 3.2 litre variant getting 4x4 drive mode as standard. Both the engines are one of the most refined and powerful units in this segment, and thanks to active noise cancellation feature, the cabin gets almost negligible engine sound filtering in it.

Braking & Safety

To justify its premium positioning, the Ford Everest comes with a host of safety features, apart from the comfort and convenience ones. The list of safety features in the Ford Everest includes front, side, curtain and knee airbags, ABS with EBD, ESP, Traction Control, Hill Start Assist, Hill Descent Control, Trailer Sway Control, ISOFIX mounts for child seats, reverse parking camera with parking sensors, park assist and Ford’s innovative MyKey feature.

Verdict

For its price, the Ford Everest has a lot to offer, well actually, it’s more than what its price commands. It is a true value proposition, considering its massive road presence, stylish exteriors, luxurious and feature-laden cabin, rugged underpinnings and decent set of engines. Well, for starters, it can prove difficult to drive for new drivers, thanks to its XXL dimensions playing spoilsport in city traffic conditions. But then, if you do want to announce the world that you have arrived, without splurging as much as you do on a German SUV, the Everest, with its premium appeal, has a lot much going in its favor.

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Ford Everest FAQ

  • What are the Safety Features Available in Ford Everest?

    The safety features available in Ford Everest Below:

    Feature Value
    Driver Airbag Yes
    Passenger Airbag Yes
    Side Airbag-Front Yes
    Child Safety Locks Yes
    Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
    Brake Assist Yes
    Ebd Yes
    Vehicle Stability Control System Yes
    Rear Seat Belts Yes
    Seat Belt Warning Yes
    Day & Night Rear View Mirror Yes
    Height Adjustable Front Seat Belts Yes
    Rear Camera Yes
    Parking Sensors Yes
    Crash Sensor Yes
    Engine Check Warning Yes
    Front Impact Beams Yes
    Side Impact Beams Yes
    Door Ajar Warning Yes
    Traction Control Yes

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