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Ford Everest Review Australia | Features, Specification, Price

Ford Everest Review Australia


Ford Everest was first introduced locally in the market in 2019. The latest generation of Everest has provided Ford with a strong foothold in the SUV segment of the local market. This SUV offers luxury, quality, and refinement, combined with practicality and exceptional space. 


The addition of the Ford Everest Sport in the range has provided Ford with a more athletic and dynamic look. It also has added to its appeal as a versatile vehicle perfect for those who have an active lifestyle.  


The Ford Everest Sport is exceptionally well equipped. It has an eye-catching exterior design and a refined and luxurious cabin. It also incorporates several trendsetting technologies and the legendary capability and durability of Ford. In this review, we are going to explore the inside and out of Ford Everest.


Ford Everest’s Engine: 

The 2021 Ford Everest provides the customers with a choice of two turbo-diesel engines. These engines are available with either rear- or four-wheel drive.


The Ford Everest has a 3.2-litre turbo-diesel five-cylinder engine. This engine produces 143kW of power and 470 Nm of torque, and it is coupled to a six-speed automatic transmission.


In addition, the Everest segment also has a 2.0-litre twin-turbo diesel four-cylinder engine. This engine produces 157kW of power and 500 Nm of torque that is coupled to a 10-speed automatic transmission.


Ford Everest’s Exterior:

The 2021 Ford Everest has the following measures:

✓ 4903mm long

✓ 1837mm tall 

✓ 1869mm wide


Coming towards the looks, the features that set the Everest Sport apart from its other trims are a black mesh grille and a unique Everest badge on the bonnet. It also has black mirror caps and door handles that have replaced the chrome finishes on the Everest XLT. 


The black treatment for the rear valance and front bumper chin in place of silver have further reinforced the dynamic appearance.


The exterior of the Ford Everest also incorporates the following:

✓ Ebony roof rails

✓ Unique Sport decals on the rear doors

✓ Striking 20-inch black alloy wheels


In addition, you can choose from the following six body colours: Moondust Silver, Agate Black, Diffused Silver, Sea Grey, Frozen White, and Copper Red.


Ford Everest’s Interior:

The sportier status of the vehicle is fitted with incredible interior features. These internal features of the Everest Sport incorporate embossed leather seats with unique blue stitching, a driver's seat with eight-way power adjustment, soft-touch leather treatment for the dashboard and an 8.0-inch Sync3 infotainment system sitting front and centre.


The first row feels spacious. There's still plenty of leg- and headroom in the first row—the First row also has impressive storage in the centre console, glove box, and door bins.


The second row is not as spacious as the first row. It has the ability to slide forwards and backwards. In the second row, there is a fairly limited knee- and toe room. It also has a central armrest with cupholders. The second row also incorporates 230V and 12V power outlets and roof-mounted air vents. Floor-mounted vents with individual blower controls supplement these vents.


The occupant space in the third-row is limited to small kids. It has little toe and knee room for adults. The third row also features cup holders. Getting into the third row is tricky, as it has a narrow opening.


Standard Features Of Ford Everest:

The base variant has the following standard features:

✓ The 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system

✓ Android Auto, Apple CarPlay

✓ Satellite navigation

✓ DAB+ digital radio

✓ Reversing camera

✓ Rear parking sensors

✓ 17-inch alloy wheels

✓ Dual-zone climate control

✓ Keyless entry and start

✓ Traffic sign recognition

✓ Windscreen-mounted USB port for dash cams

✓ FordPass connectivity


The Trend adds the following standard features:

✓ Third-row seating

✓ 18-inch alloy wheels

✓ Daytime running lights

✓ LED headlights 

✓ Adaptive cruise control

✓ Leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter

✓ Rain-sensing wipers

✓ Power tailgate

✓ Six-way power driver's seat

✓ Front parking sensors

✓ Leather seats 


The Sport adds the following standard features:

✓ Blue interior accent trim

✓ 20-inch alloy wheels

✓ Hands-free power tailgate

✓ Black grille


The BaseCamp adds the following unique features:

✓ LED light bar

✓ Snorkel

✓ Pioneer roof platform

✓ 76mm diameter nudge bar

✓ Sunseeker awning


The Titanium drops the Sport's exterior and interior trim but has the following features:

✓ Ambient lighting

✓ Blind-spot monitoring

✓ Rear cross-traffic alert

✓ 20-inch alloy wheels

✓ Leather-wrapped handbrake

✓ Heated front seats

✓ Six-way power passenger's seat

✓ Illuminated front scuff plates

✓ Panoramic sunroof

✓ Semi-automatic parallel parking assist

✓ Chrome door handles

✓ Running boards



When ANCAP tested the Ford Everest in 2015, it was rated Five stars. The rating was based on the side-impact score of 16 out of 16 and a frontal offset score of 15.38 out of 16. Whiplash protection was rated good, and pedestrian protection was rated acceptable.


All 2021 Ford Everest models come standard with:

✓ Autonomous emergency braking

✓ Forward-collision warning

✓ Pedestrian detection

✓ Front and front-side airbags

✓ Driver's knee airbag

✓ Curtain airbags for all three rows

✓ Lane-departure warning

✓ Lane-keeping assist

✓ Rollover stability control

✓ Trailer sway control


The only disappointing thing is that Everest Sport does not have a primary blind-spot monitoring safety function. This unique feature is only available on Titanium.



✓ The ride and handling are less polished than in passenger-car based SUVs

✓ The quality of the interior doesn't match the price tag

✓ The engine can be a little noisy at times

✓ The blind-spot monitoring is not available on the Sport model


Final Verdict:

Despite being long on the market, Ford Everest still remains a real gem that stands out in this segment. It offers a comprehensive package both on- and off-road. However, it is more expensive than its direct competitors and more affordable than vehicles like the Toyota Prado.


After reading the review, if you plan to buy the Ford Everest Sport, you must look into its history in order to make an informed decision. If you want to get the past details of your vehicle, contact Quick Revs. You just have to enter the details in our online portal, and you will get a detailed and easy to read document that will incorporate its accidental, theft and driving details.

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