Ford has introduced the 2015 Ford Everest to Australia where the SUV is currently available for order.
The 2015 Ford Everest is available in three versions, and the entry-level model, here priced at 54, healing 990 AUD, the mid-range Trend, coming in at 60,990 AUD and the range-topping Titanium, which will be setting its future buyers back for 76,990 AUD. Standard features found across the range include the automatic headlights, the front fog lights, the LED taillights, black roof rails, mudflaps, electronic locking rear differential, terrain management system, permanent 4-wheel drive, hill start assist and descent control, trailer sway control, 17-inch wheels and so on.
The model is also bringing the single-zone air conditioning, cruise control, Sync 1 infotainment, 8-speaker audio system with USB, AUX and Bluetooth, Interior Command Center with 4.2-inch TFT, four 12-volt and one 230-volt power sockets, rearview camera, rear parking sensors and 7 airbags. The Trend is adding the power tailgate, 18-inch alloy wheels, chrome grille, body colored mirrors and handles, projector headlights, auto high beam, DRLs, painted roof rails, dual-zone climate control, leather steering wheel, rear privacy glass, rain sensing wipers, Interior Command Center with 8.0-inch touch screen high-res, Sync 2 infotainment, 10-speaker audio system with subwoofer, DAB+, adaptive cruise control, head-up display and so on. The Titanium is bringing the HID headlights, 20-inch wheels, panoramic sunroof, semi-automated parallel Active Park Assist, leather interior, ambient lighting, sat-nav and others. Power is being provided by the 3.2 liter 5-cylinder turbo diesel engine, rated at 143 kW and 470 Nm of torque, connected to the 6-speed automatic transmission. Fuel consumption stands at 8.5L / 100km.