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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...

Marketplace: Family off-road SUV buying guide

We've all heard about it: pulling the rug out from international travel has caused Australian tourists to look inward. Not spiritually, but geographically. Places like Aspen and the Andes might be out of reach at the moment, but domestic travel is shaping up to boom over the next twelve months for many Australians...

2021 Ford Everest price and specs: Back to Basecamp, Sport goes RWD

2021 Ford Everest range priced from $50,990 BaseCamp returns for 2021 with off-road extras Sport variant now available with RWD New grille for Trend and Titanium Ford's Everest ute-based, seven-seat SUV has received a raft of tweaks for 2021, including the addition of two new variants to bolster its existing four-strong range...

2021 Ford Ranger and Everest updates revealed in Thailand

The Ford Ranger ute might be fast approaching retirement age, but that hasn’t stopped the Blue Oval from squeezing in a quick facelift. Although hardly comprehensive, the latest updates to the Ranger, revealed in Thailand, show off a minor styling tweak to keep the Ranger fresh in the eyes of consumers...

Australians continue to gorge themselves on four-wheel-drive SUVs to holiday at home

Australians are preparing to holiday at home next year, with the latest sales figures showing a continued surge in sales of four-wheel-drive wagons. Demand for iconic four-wheel-drives such as the Toyota LandCruiser and Nissan Patrol remained strong in September, bucking the market trend of a 20.5 per cent decline year-to-date...

Ford Ranger and Everest recalled for transmission defect, 20,000 cars affected

Ford Australia has issued a recall of 15,924 examples of its 2017-2019 Ranger ute (shown above), and 5044 examples of its 2018-2019 Everest SUV due to a fault with the 10-speed automatic transmission. Included Ranger models were sold between 19 December 2017 and 15 October 2019, while included Everest models were sold between 30 May 2018 and 16 October 2019...

Ford Ranger, Everest to debut connected 'FordPass' app in Australia

Ford has given its strong-selling Ranger dual-cab ute and ute-based Everest SUV a technology boost for 2020. From the middle of the year the entire line-up will be offered with FordPass Connect as standard, allowing owners to monitor and control their cars using a smartphone app...

Isuzu MU-X outsells direct rivals again

One of the most commonly asked questions accompnying each month's VFACTS sales report centres around which brand is winning the ute-based SUV sales race. These rugged body-on-frame, towing-ready offerings clearly have a dedicated following. For the sake of one argument, we do not include Toyota's pricier Prado in this sub-segment, but you could argue the case either way...