FORD Everest Performance

The power to take you there and beyond

Ford Everest’s advanced 3.2L TDCi Duratorq Diesel engine delivers up to 143kW of power and 470Nm of peak torque, all without compromising fuel efficiency. Choose either 4WD or RWD1 to perfectly match where and how you drive.

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3.2L Duratorq Diesel Engine

Our powerful, turbo-charged 3.2L TDCi Turbo diesel engine lets you effortlessly cruise around town, while still giving you all the power you need to tackle your off-road adventures.






    4WD 8.5L /RWD 8.4L

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    Ford Everest and AdBlue®

    The Ford Everest has been designed to meet the latest emissions standards made possible by incorporating the use of AdBlue®. Click here to find out more

    Big Load Capacity

    Yes, it’s spacious enough to fill up to seven seats3 with everyone who’s along for the ride. But what about all the other things you need on your journey?

    • Payload4

      maximum 757kg

    • Roof Load5

      maximum 100kg

    • Towing Capability6

      up to 3000kg

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      Aerodynamic Design

      Advanced aerodynamic design means less drag and more fuel savings.

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      Designed to automatically transfer torque between the front and rear wheels with the most grip to provide maximum traction on and off-road. It will even send all the torque to a single wheel, if the system detects the other three wheels have no traction at all.

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      Dynamic Stability Control

      Feel ‘connected to the road’ with Dynamic Stability Control. It helps ensure grip and control, especially around corners and when overtaking. This includes Roll Stability Control, which uses a gyroscopic sensor to detect the potential for the vehicle to roll and intervenes to help restore stability.

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      EPAS with Pull-Drift Compensation

      Electric Power Assist Steering (EPAS) with Pull-Drift Compensation technology measures the driver’s steering input, adapts to changing road conditions and helps compensate for slight directional shifts caused by factors such as crowned road surfaces or steady crosswinds.

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