Ford Everest 2019
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History of the Ford Everest

Similar in concept to the Ford Raider released in the 1990s, the Ford Everest is a midsize SUV. It shares the same platform with the Ford Ranger, even sharing 60% of its components with the pickup truck. The first generation of the Ford Everest was based on the fifth-generation Mazda B-series pickup just like the Ranger. The front end was also similar to the Ranger it was based on but featured an SUV body with more seating capacity and a visible spare tire on the tailgate.

The second-generation Everest was launched in 2006. It’s still based on the Ranger, which was also based on the Mazda BT-50 during that time. In 2009, the second-generation Ford Everest was refreshed, primarily seen on its front end, a new rear light cluster, and an updated interior. With its utilitarian body and capable powertrain, the Everest served as a Protected Light Utility Vehicle by the Singapore Guards.

In 2015, the third generation of the Ford Everest would arise with the biggest changes in the midsize SUV. Based on the Ford Ranger T6 designed in Australia, the Thai-built Ford Everest is sold in the Asia-Pacific and South African Markets. Just like its pickup brother, it is designed and engineered by Ford Australia. Variants include 4x2 and 4x4 with either a four-cylinder 2.2-liter or a five-cylinder 3.2-liter diesel engines. The overall design language used in the third-generation Everest followed Ford’s current Kinetic design shared with the Ecosport, Kuga, and Edge.

A facelifted version of the Ford Everest was revealed in Thailand in 2018. Ford Philippines finally brought in the facelifted in 2019, powered by a 2.0-liter engine from the Ranger variants. It's available in both biturbo and single turbo variants, initially coming in with the Titanium trim only.

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How many Ford Everest units have been sold?

According to Ford Philippines

When was the Ford Everest launched?

The very first Ford Everest was launched in 2003 with then Ford Group Philippines aiming to enter the market of AUVs with a true SUV. The second-generation Everest was launched back in the first quarter of 2007. With an all-new design and revamped underpinnings, Ford has improved a lot in the sport-ute to cater to the needs of the local market. It received a facelift in 2009.

In 2015, Ford Philippines launched the third-generation Everest that's now based on the in-house-designed Ranger. It left its roots of being built on top of a Mazda chassis, which gave the midsize SUV its own character. In 2019, however, Ford Philippines finally brings in the facelifted Ford Everest, powered by the same engine that the Ranger Raptor carries.

Refreshed 2020 Ford Everest finally makes Philippine debut

Ford Philippines recently launched the refreshed 2020 Everest with a new engine, transmission, and a host of new features.

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Ford Everest chassis, platform, and powertrain?

Chassis
Class Midsize SUV
Body Style 5-Door Body-On-Frame SUV
Platform
Layout Front Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive or Four-Wheel Drive
Platform Ford T6 Platform
Powertrain
Engine 2.0-liter Biturbo Diesel
2.0-liter Single Turbo Diesel
Power Output 210 hp, 500 Nm torque (2.0-liter Biturbo Diesel)
178 hp, 420 Nm torque (2.0-liter Single Turbo Diesel)
Transmission 10-Speed Automatic (Titanium)

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How safe is the Ford Everest?

ASEAN NCAP Logo
Overall Score
N/A
Tested Variant: Ford Everest 2.2 Trend 4x2 AT

Child Occupant Safety
81

Front Impact Score N/A
Side Impact Score N/A
ISO Fix Yes

NOTE: Tested variant by the ASEAN NCAP was a 2015 Ford Everest 3.2 Trend.

Any known issues or recalls with the Ford Everest?

Ford Philippines hasn't issued any official recall of the Ford Everest.

Ford Everest FAQs

  • What's the most affordable Ford Everest in the Philippines?

    The Everest 2.2 4x2 MT variant has a price tag of P1,521,000. It's the most affordable variant right now. However, Ford Philippines has a promo for this variant – a P190,000 cash discount, which brings this Everest's price down to P1,331,000. The promo is up until the end of June 2019 only.

  • How many seats does a Ford Everest have?

    All variants of the Ford Everest comes with three rows and seating capacity for seven people.

  • How much does a Ford Everest weigh?

    The weight of the Ford Everest depends on its powertrain and engine type. Rear-wheel-drive variants with the 2.2-liter TDCi engine weighs 2,239 kilograms (4,936 pounds), while four-wheel-drive versions with the 3.2-liter engine weigh 2,949 kilograms (6,501 pounds).

  • What is the towing capacity of a Ford Everest?

    Ford isn't specific with the Everest's towing capacity. However, Ford's website says that it should be able to tow up to 3,000 kilograms, while payload and roof load capacities are at 750 kilograms and 100 kilograms, respectively.

  • Does the Ford Everest have a sunroof?

    Only the Titanium variants with Premium package come with a dual-panel moonroof.

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