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2020 Ford Everest Sport BiTurbo review

"No colours anymore, I want them to turn black," say the Rolling Stones. The 2020 Ford Everest Sport is on the case – but is it worth the extra spend?

Summer road-tripping in the Ford Everest Trend

When Santa obliged an eight-year old’s request for a 26-inch mountain bike for Christmas, I knew the Ford Everest would fit my holiday vehicle needs nigh on perfectly. Why? Firstly, I’d need inherent cruising comfort, decent diesel economy and huge cargo space because dad and son are separated by a 800-odd-kay slog between Sydney and Bendigo and buggered if I’m going to keep pulling the front wheel off junior’s pride and joy once I (eventually) get to regional Victoria...

2019 Ford Everest review

The 2019 Ford Everest update is minor, for the most part. But an optional new 2.0-litre Bi-Turbo diesel engine matched with a 10-speed auto, shared with the Ranger Raptor, is a big addition. As a package it remains a market leader, if you can afford the premium it commands...

2017 Ford Everest Ambiente 4x4 review – tow test

A proper heavy-duty tow test is always an interesting way of assessing just how capable an SUV is when the going gets tough. We road trip the Ford Everest up the highway with some old school Yankee iron in tow.

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2019 Ford Everest Trend review: new bi-turbo 2.0-litre!

The 2019 Ford Everest is still worth a premium over its fellow ute-based SUVs, and stacks up in most ways against the Prado or Grand Cherokee. By adding a Bi-Turbo engine, Ford now has a more refined diesel seven-seat SUV that might appeal to some more adventurous families out there, and it’s certainly more at home than many competitors in handling urban duties...

2017 Ford Everest Trend RWD tow test

Here we take a rear-wheel drive Ford Everest Trend and add a boat weighing in close to 1950kg. This vehicle seems to bridge the divide between SUV and station wagon, making it a suitable tow option instead of a standard passenger car. How does it go? Watch!

Road Tripping the Philippines: Tackling Manila's peak hour, a US Air Force base and an active volcano in four Ford SUVs

Read the full article here. I’m on the island of Luzon, in the Philippines. Luzon is the largest of the 7641 islands that from the archipelago that make yup the Philippines.  It’s also the most populous, with some 53 million people calling the island home...

2016 Family 4x4 SUV Comparison - Everest v MU-X v Pajero Sport v Patrol v Fortuner

Read the article here. Buying a new family SUV is a big investment, and choosing the right one is important - especially when you're spending about $55,000. We recently assembled five family-friendly SUVs with off-road ability to figure out which rugged truck managed to double as a practical hauler for mums and dads...

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Ford Everest Comparisons

2019 Ford Everest: 2.0-litre v 3.2-litre comparison

Engines on a whole are on a downsizing trend. What were once sixes are now fours, and fours are threes. Advanced turbocharging and injection systems mean you don’t need big capacity for big power, and you can drag out some extra efficiency at the same time. In the case of the 2019 Ford Everest, we’ve got an instance of five cylinders turning into four, and 3...

Family 4x4 SUV Comparison: Ford Everest v Isuzu MU-X v Mitsubishi Pajero Sport v Toyota Fortuner v Nissan Patrol

The current-day SUV boom isn’t all about softer, more car-like high-riding options designed with little more than a school run in mind. For many buyers out there, a family 4x4 still needs to be a proper off-roader, a tough-as-nails workhorse that blends a modicum of urban comfort with proper skills off the beaten path and has the ability to confidently and consistently tow loads...

Ford Everest v Holden Sportwagon: 2016 Australia Day Special

January 26 is one of our great nation's most contentious days of the year – Australia Day. Now being the simple folk we are at CarAdvice, we'll leave debate about this country's origins to others, and instead focus on enjoying this big island we all live on. Plus, we can use the day as an excuse to have some fun in cars...

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Ford Everest News

2022 Ford Everest to get V6 turbo diesel power

Ford is expected to answer the call for more power in the booming four-wheel-drive wagon segment, with a V6 turbo diesel that previously powered the Ford F-Series pick-up likely to be available as an option on the new generation Ford Everest from next year...

2022 Ford Everest spy photos: New model caught on camera testing in Australia

The 2022 Ford Everest four-wheel-drive is in the final stages of testing before it is due to arrive in Australian showrooms early next year. An eagle-eyed CarAdvice reader sent us photos of a camouflaged version of the 2022 Ford Everest being driven on the streets of metropolitan Melbourne...

Loved that? Buy this: The 2021 equivalents of your favourite cars

Given the average age of a car on Australian roads has increased to 10.4 years, it's fair to say plenty of us are holding out on upgrading to newer models. As such, many consumers might find that when the time comes to trade in, their beloved car has disappeared from showrooms...

Top 20: Your most-read reviews in 2020

Yesterday we took a look at the vehicle models which garnered the most review-reads in 2020, but what happens when we break it down further and look at the individual reviews you read most? There were some big launches across a lot of key segments in a year where traditional launch programs and motor shows were all but non-existent...

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Ford Everest Owner Reviews

2016 Ford Everest Trend Review

At 6'5" selecting a car is not about what you want, but what you can fit your legs into. After trying 11 SUV there was only a handful that had any level of comfort. Certainly not the Mazda CX-9 with its ridiculously sized central dash column (undriveable) and the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport with no driver legroom (undriveable)...

2016 Ford Everest Trend Review

I found this website really useful in choosing my new Everest Trend so I thought I should contribute with a review but with only 1000 km & one month's driving, it is more about why I bought it and how it is going rather than a full review. For me it was an agonising choice between the Everest Trend and the Fortuner Crusade (we didn't particularly like the Prado, it's a heavy drive and its boot can't open in our carport)...

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