Friday, 27 May 2016

Reviewing the Ford Everest

Find out about the Ford Everest before peeking at financing rates.

The Car

The Everest classes like a utility truck with more capacity for cargo and passengers and a shorter body length and wheel base.

The Everest comes with a standard kit along with other technologies like active noise cancellation and cruise control on top of regular safety advances.

Some technologies are missing like climate control and auto parking which can be upgraded for a price.

The Drive

The Ford Everest is smoother with a good balance of suspension dampers to help manage bumps and turns.

The vehicle can pull its weight with a maximum torque 1750rpm. The electric steering is a good addition and parking is easy.

The Interior

As a seven-seater, there is plenty of room for passengers. Seats are movable to further ease boarding/alighting. You can get up to 1060 litres with the 3rd row folded and 2010 litres when you fold all of them.

The seats are upholstered and supportive for all rows with lots of storage places for everyone.


You won’t have to complain about space and power for both on and off road experiences for a price.

Reviewing the Ford Everest