Ford Everest 2017

The all-new Ford Everest is a seven-seat wagon, full-time four-wheel drive, and dual-range gearing with an excellent Diesel engine. Ford Everest has reached a new level of rugged capability and refinement. It's now offering a combination of stylish design, modern technology, balanced on-road and off-road capability, and a refined premium interior. The Ford Everest provides equipment such as headlamps, LED daytime running lights, powered panoramic sunroof, eight-way powered front seats, leather seat trim, leather gear shifter, power fold third row seats, illuminated scuff plates, blind spot monitoring.

The console touch-screen is big, and manages many menus. The climate control can be operated from here, or from their panel of physical switches lower down, where you’ll also find the seat heating controls. The mid-row rear seat occupants are spoilt with their own 12V and 230V power ports.

The Ford Everest adds Dynamic stability control with roll stability control, ABS with electronic brake force distribution and traction control, emergency brake assist, driver and front passenger airbags, side front airbags, side curtain airbags (to 3rd row), driver’s knee airbag, and a belt minder system (for 1st and 2nd row occupants) comes standard across the range.

The EPAS is intelligent enough to vary steering assistance based on vehicle speed, steering wheel angle, cornering forces and acceleration, and is calibrated to deliver accurate responses at high speeds while remaining light and nimble at low speeds, such as when parking. The result is responsive handling that rewards the expert driver and flatters the novice, delivering Ford's fun-to-drive spirit.

Trend adds lane keep assist and lane departure warning, while the Titanium gains blind spot monitoring with cross traffic alert, and tyre pressure monitoring.

The Ford Everest 2017 is available in the following configurations:

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