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Ford Everest

$ 53,490 - $ 78,530* MRLP

If off-roading is your thing, few cars are this capable straight off the factory floor. The seven-seat Ford Everest large offroad SUV is available in four trim levels, with a choice of two turbo diesel engines and either a six-speed or ten-speed automatic transmission driving two or four wheels.

Latest Ford Everest ratings breakdown

7.7

Performance
7.7
Safety Technology
7.7
Ride Quality
7.8
Infotainment & Connectivity
7.7
Handling & Dynamics
7.6
Energy Efficiency
7.0
Driver Technology
8.1
Value for Money
7.5
Interior Comfort & Packaging
7.7
Fit for Purpose
8.0
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What we love

  • -Subtly improved engine and transmission
  • -Excellent ride on 18-inch wheels
  • -Polished cabin with plenty of features
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What we don't

  • -Glitchy wireless Apple CarPlay
  • -Third-row seats remain tight but acceptable
  • -A little thirsty on fuel
2023 Ford Everest Trend 4WD review
Review | 31 Dec 2022

7.7

With some big shoes to fill, the new Ford Everest follows in the footsteps of its much-awarded forebear.
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Comparison | 28 Apr 2023

7.7

Should you buy a Ford Everest Sport V6 or Skoda Kodiaq RS in 2023? Read our comparison review to find out.
Should I buy a 2023 Ford Everest Platinum or a 2023 Isuzu MU-X LS-T?
Comparison | 13 Feb 2023

7.5

The Isuzu MUX has a strong reputation, but with new technology and a powerful V6 engine, has the Ford Everest overshadowed it?
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Should I buy an Isuzu MU-X or Ford Everest?PlayIconRounded
Comparison | 16 Jan 2023

7.7

The new Ford Everest faces off against one of Australia's most popular four-wheel-drive wagons, the Isuzu MU-X.

Ford Everest Price*

YearVariantPrice
2023Ford Everest Ambiente 2.0L Diesel SUV RWD$53,490
2023Ford Everest Ambiente 2.0L Diesel SUV 4XD$58,490
2023Ford Everest Trend 2.0L Diesel SUV RWD$60,990
2023Ford Everest Sport 2.0L Diesel SUV RWD$62,990
2023Ford Everest Trend 2.0L Diesel SUV 4XD$65,990
2023Ford Everest Sport 3.0L Diesel SUV 4XD$70,590
2023Ford Everest Wildtrak 3.0L Diesel SUV 4XD$73,090
2023Ford Everest Platinum 3.0L Diesel SUV 4XD$78,530
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Image: 2021 Ford Everest. Model features may vary.
Image: 2021 Ford Everest. Model features may vary.
Price
$53,490*
FuelType
Diesel
Transmission
Auto
Drive Type
RWD
Engine
2.0DTT
Fuel Efficiency
7.1L / 100km
Seats
5
Towing braked
3500 kg
Towing unbraked
750 kg
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Ford Everest Dimensions

The Ford Everest has 8 variants. The height ranges from 1841mm to 1842mm, the width is 1923mm and length is 4940mm:

HeightWidthLength
From1841mm1923mm4940mm
To1842mm1923mm4940mm

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news | 19 Sep 2023
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2024 Ford Everest prices rise again by up to $2490
news | 15 Sep 2023
The third price increase for the new Ford Everest in 12 months mean some models cost up to $3400 more than when the new model arrived last year.
Ford Ranger and Everest receive infotainment software update
news | 7 Sep 2023
Ford will put its Sync 4 infotainment system to the test when it rolls out an over-the-air software update for the Ranger ute and Everest SUV.
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2021-2023 Ford Ranger and Everest recalled in Australia
news | 30 Aug 2023
More than 4800 Ford Rangers and Everests are affected by a low-battery charge fault which could lead to the transmission selecting 'Park' at low speeds.
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Advice | 9 Oct 2023
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Features | 28 Sep 2023
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Features | 8 Sep 2023
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2016 Ford Everest Trend Review
Owner Review | 23 Dec 2016
At 6'5" selecting a car is not about what you want, but what you can fit your legs into. After trying 11 SUV there was only a handful that had any level of comfort. Certainly not the Mazda CX-9 with its ridiculously sized central dash column (undriveable) and the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport with no driver legroom (undriveable). With a choice in the end between the Toyota Kluger and the Ford Everest, it was a close race, but the Ford Everest won out. The higher drive position, additional safety features and technology combined with the leg room, makes for a very comfortable vehicle, even when used predominantly around the city. My only complaint is the positioning of the air-conditioning vents for the driver, as they point straight at the steering-wheel so you get very cold hands, and need to lean to either side to get some air directly on your face when it is warm. Something definitely for Ford to look at for a future model, although you can see it is to fit in the 8" touch screen. One other observation after a 3,000km road trip, was that if you want to run it through the carwash to get the bugs off, even at 6'5" it was a mission to unscrew the aerial even at full stretch. Anyone shorter would have needed a ladder. Ford should move to a fixed aerial on future models. I would highly recommend this vehicle, particularly if you are taller. Absolutely love it an have no regrets over the choice. I do laugh at the cars winning awards that are undriveable if you are taller.
2016 Ford Everest Trend Review
Owner Review | 14 Apr 2016
I found this website really useful in choosing my new Everest Trend so I thought I should contribute with a review but with only 1000 km & one month's driving, it is more about why I bought it and how it is going rather than a full review. For me it was an agonising choice between the Everest Trend and the Fortuner Crusade (we didn't particularly like the Prado, it's a heavy drive and its boot can't open in our carport). I am a big fan of Toyotas having owned 3 in the last 20 years. Amongst other things the Everest won on price ($60k with satnav & towbar driveaway vs $70k for the Crusade) What also sold me is what I'm loving about it - the in-car tech is great - the lane keeping, adaptive cruise control & collision warning work really well and I like the Synch 2 system - though I'm still coming to terms with the voice activation. Front & rear parking sensors get used a lot. There so much tech in it we spent quite a few hours reading the manual - but I love that stuff. While it's definitely a diesel, it seems a little more refined and quieter than the Toyota and we liked the interior and exterior design. Surprisingly we use the powered tailgate a lot which we thought we'd find annoying. The sound system (inc DAB!) is great though setting up the presets took some effort. Nav works well enough and the in car phone integration is good as is the number of usb/power options. We needed the 7 seats for the occasional extra kid but did not like the spare seats hanging from the side limiting bootspace and visibility in the Fortuner - another major flaw for us. So how's it going - well,I'm still running it in, fuel use is 10,6 l/100km so far including some serious offroading in the first week which went very well despite covering my lovely new car with dust! I'm still working out what suits me in the terrain management selection but it certainly is capable and comfortable in rough conditions. I've enjoyed the freeway driving - smooth, quiet. It's fine around town and in heavy traffic. I love the auto high beam option too - saves arguments with my wife who is an aggressive user of high beam :) Haven't had to use the spare seats yet. I love that this car was designed in Melbourne and so it has a least a little local content- so if you are reading this guys - great effort. I never thought I'd buy a car that wasn't a white Toyota and so far I'm very pleased with it.
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Where is the Ford Everest made?
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The Ford Everest is built in Rayong, Thailand.

* ‘MRLP’ is the manufacturer’s recommended list price as provided by our data provider and is subject to change, so is provided to you for indicative purposes only. Please note that MRLP is inclusive of GST, but is exclusive of any options and does not include on-road costs such as registration, CTP, stamp duty and dealer delivery. Where an MRLP is stated as a price range, this reflects the lowest to highest MRLP provided for that model range across the available variants.
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