PURPOSE-BUILT CAPABILITY

A capable SUV ready to
take on any adventure


Designed to tackle tough terrain and unexpected obstacles, the new Everest will take you
nearly anywhere you want to go. Discover what is beyond the road’s end.


Ford Everest

Get off the beaten path

Take on whatever is next. Right now.

Water Wading1

800mm

Ground Clearance

225mm

Aproach Angle

29.5°

Departure Angle

25°

Ramp Over Angle

21.5°



Terrain Management System


The Everest’s advanced 4WD systems helps you tackle any surface, on-road or off, at the turn of a dial
with its Terrain Management System to maximise traction and stability for greater control.




Snow/Mud/Grass


For driving on slippery and shifting snow, gravel or grass, this mode keeps RPMs low for greater control,
while enhanced ABS and torque control help minimise wheel slip.




Sand


Aggressive torque transfer, increased accelerator sensitivity and wheel slip are used
to help maintain the momentum needed to drive through sand.




Rock


Keeps 4WD in first gear for greater control and maximises ABS and
torque transfer to help drivers navigate extreme off-road terrain.




Electric locking rear
differential

For off-roaders looking for traction and grip, even in slippery or
rugged terrains, the electric locking rear differential provides full
engine torque to both rear wheels, even if one is off the ground.



Smooth Suspension

On the open road, this SUV is a smooth ride.
Unlike rigid suspension systems, the Everest’s Watt’s
Linkage Suspension delivers improved stability and
handling with maximum comfort.




Hill Descent Control2 and Launch Assist

Negotiating tough slopes in the Everest is simple.
Hill Descent Control uses the brake system to take you downhill at a safe and steady pace. Take hold of the steering wheel
and the Everest takes care of the rest. On an incline, Hill Launch assist assures you have a smooth start.
Take your foot off the brake and the system holds the brake for a few seconds. Step on the accelerator, and you’re off.

[1] Maintaining a steady speed of no more than 7km/hr.
[2] Hill Descent Control is a driver-assistance features which is supplemental and does not replace the driver’s judgement. Function may not operate in some driving and road conditions or adverse weather.