Ford has updated its Everest range with the reintroduction of the Everest BaseCamp Special Edition and a new-look grille for Everest Trend and Titanium models… and driveaway pricing.
The Everest BaseCamp headlines a model upgrade for Ford’s popular 4X4 wagon while the Everest Trend and Everest Titanium models will sport a new grille when they land in showrooms in December with driveaway pricing across the range.
Limited to a run of 450 vehicles, the BaseCamp pack adds $2000 to the Everest Trend 4X4 3.2L and 2.0L bi-turbo variants on which it’s based, yet Ford says it comes with extra gear valued at $6000. Equipment fitted to the BaseCamp includes 76mm diameter black nudge bar, Ford-licensed LED light bar, genuine accessories snorkel, black roof bars with Pioneer Platform, Sunseeker awning and tow bar rated to 3000kg on the 3.2L variant and 3100kg on the 2.0L variant. In addition the Everest BaseCamp has special decals on the front doors, and a grey paint finish for the grille, front and rear bumper skids, fender vents and wheels.
The new grille on Everest Trend and Titanium models is claimed to offer a fresh, premium and more modern appearance. Both model grades now get a chrome grille with a grey mesh, while the Titanium also comes with ‘EVEREST’ in 3D lettering on the bonnet.
Here’s driveaway pricing for the new Ford Everest 4X4 line-up:
- Everest Ambient 3.2L (5-seat): $57,490
- Everest Trend 3.2L: $62,990
- Everest Trend 2.0L: $64,490
- Everest BaseCamp 3.2L: $64,990
- Everest BaseCamp 2.0L: $66,490
- Everest Sport 3.2L: $65,990
- Everest Sport 2.0L: $67,490
- Everest Titanium 2.0L: $72,990
Ford has also introduced a new 2WD version of the Everest Sport that was introduced as a 4WD-only model in 2019.
All Ford Everest models are covered by a 5-year/unlimited kilometre warranty, and they come with a 15,000km/12-month service interval, capped-price servicing and Auto Club membership.