Ford Everest is back with an improved design to go with the “Built Ford Tough” street cred.
One of 2008’s biggest seller, Everest facelifts its old front with a multi-bar chrome grille with wraparound headlamps and big 18-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels for that upscale, sporty look.
Auto junkies would have to agree that the 2009 Everest’s new face resembles much of the old Ford Ranger, (The recently launched Ford Ranger also had its own share of facelift) but what’s there to hate when the old pickup is already good enough.
The rear end of this 7-seat SUV, might seem more familiar but nonetheless sports new tail lamps, tailgate-mounted spare tire cover, and rear bumper.
Powered by a 16-valve DuraTorq TDCi engine that comes in displacements of 2.5 and 3.0 liters that can deliver a maximum torque of 330Nm and 380Nm, respectively.
Its audio system is iPod and MP3-ready. Everest also offers navigation system with a large, 5-inch color display in the center console, a promise that you’ll never get lost even in the most obscure side street.
The Everest also incorporates a Passive Anti-Theft System for improved vehicle security along with its ABS, electronic brakeforce distribution, and G-Sensor. Pricing for the new Everest starts at P1.33M - Marc Celis