The third-generation Ford Everest (also known as the MY19 Everest) is on it way, and we can’t wait to get behind for a test drive next month. But until we can share those tasty nuggets with you, we have the release date and how much it will set you back!
The Everest’s new powertain comes with a 10-speed automatic transmission for improved fuel efficiency as well as 500nM of torque. Ford’s Inter-Urban Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) with Vehicle Detection and Pedestrian Detection as well as hands-free tailgate also come as standard on the Trend and Titanium models.
All models in the range will come with Ford's Sync 3 infotainment system that includes Sat Nav and is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
"Australians can expect to see impressive new content options including a 500Nm Bi-Turbo engine with greater towing capacity, push-button start and Autonomous Emergency Braking, offering state of the art technology while retaining Everest’s value proposition," said John Willems, Chief Program Engineer, Ford Everest.
Pricing starts at $49,190 for the Ambiente RWD 3.2L 6AT five-seater and goes up to $73,990 for the big daddy Titanium 4WD Bi-Turbo 10AT seven-seater. This is before you take added extras, on-road costs and luxury car tax (for the high-end Titanium only) into account.
Here's the full list pricing list:
The new Ford Everest will be available in Australia in September.
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