48Ford Everest

Ford Everest

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48Ford Everest
3.4

71 reviews

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Build Quality
3.4
Value for Money
3.2
Cleaning & Maintenance
3.5
Noise Level
3.9
Braking
4.3
Acceleration / Power
3.9
Gear Shifting
3.5
Suspension
3.9
Fuel Efficiency
3.7
Handling
4.0
Interior Design
4.1
Boot Size
4.4
Comfort
4.3
Features
4.1

Reviews

71 reviews
No More Fords For Me
No More Fords For MeFar North Queensland, QLD
  UA II Titanium
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Cameron
CameronSydney, NSW129 posts
  Everest Next-Gen Platinum
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kosta
kostaGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC
  UA II Sport

Not a great car for $55k

I have had this car for a little over a week and must say the ride quality for a $55k car is pretty poor. Noise coming through the cabin is pretty bad. The car is quite slow given it’s a bi turbo. The only good thing is really the space. The car reminds me of an old xf falcon back in the 80s poor build quality no road feel. I would not buy this make of car in the future and buyer beware Show details
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Not Happy
Not Happy3 posts
  Everest Next-Gen Ambiente
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Steve parkinson
Steve parkinsonSouth East Queensland, QLD
  UA II Sport

Adblue issue

Using large amount adblue when towing,no resolution from Ford or dealer Show details
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WA Titan Ford Customer
WA Titan Ford CustomerPerth, WA
  UA
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Fix Or Repair Daily
  UA II Sport
Margaret Cassar
Margaret Cassar
  UA
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Evan
Evan
  UA

Great vehicle

230000 klm's with few issues, awesome to drive, handles very good on road but really shines on gravel roads. Had the last of the td 100 series landcruiser, but the Everest is better all round. More power, more torque, way better handling, better comfort and the electronics are so far in front that it makes Toyota seem like they belong in the caveman era. Show details
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SDK
SDKSydney, NSW3 posts
  Everest Next-Gen Trend

Lucky I didn't spend my money with this brand

Tried different showrooms in Sydney and all very terrible. One showroom confirmed my appointment for a test drive and made us wait for over 40 minutes with no update so we had to leave. So no Ford showroom bothers about their customers is what I could learn from all these interactions. I realized why everyone leaves a negative review about this brand. If their presales support is like this, I can imagine how their post sales support would be. @Ford the product is not just your car but your support and customer service too. I'm not spending a penny on any of your product or service again.
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Tania B.
Tania B.7 posts
  UA II Trend 4WD 2.0L
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Billie
BillieWide Bay-Burnett, QLD3 posts
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Richard
Richard4 posts
  UA
Kevan N.
Kevan N.
  UA II Titanium

Add Blue problems, Diff leak, unknown other engine leak

I purchased this car in 2019 and have experienced many problems. It was in the dealership with add blue warning problems many times before they rectified and replaced the injector. Had a rear diff leak replaced by Ford, drove 1000km north of Perth same leak again. Leak repaired again after being recovered to Perth and had to pay for caravan recovery, now another leak and have been waiting 2 months for replacement parts, still not fixed. Good on you Ford so much for the big lap Show details
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Chris
Chris
  UA

Been a great car

Bought this car in 2016 ex demo vehicle with 5000k on the clock. Since that time the only issues was a crank angle sensor issue (which ford replaced for free) and the adblue heater failed a year out of warranty. Car now has 100 thou on the clock and couldn't be happier with it. Still comfortable and a pleasure to drive, does have some very minor rattles developing (with the state of rural roads it's no wonder) and still looks as good as the day we bought it Show details
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Questions & Answers

David
David · Everest

My Ford Everest has got a jammed fuel flap opener has been playing up for about 1 month and yesterday it decided to seize shut completely can anyone help me with a solution because im stuck at home with hardly any fuel

Sniper S.
Sniper S. · Everest UA (2015-2018)

how to solve ford everest 2016 system off to save battery

Billy L.
Billy L. · Everest

Evening,my 2021 ford Everest is keeps taging the (see manual & a spanner)while is not yet due for services,I drove it now for 7month clocking 86000 on the clock,I took it to Ford in Potch for IDS & PCM still showing it..Went to my dealer,he took it to JVH in Randfontien for EGR + Software, still the same..it seems every 275kilos it does,when it happens it speed it 80kilos only,I had to stop the car & re-start it..Then good to go..So it keeps popping every single months in a cost of R5200..Eish, kindly help please..Billy

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Details

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CategoryLarge / 7 Seater SUVsLarge / 7 Seater SUVsLarge / 7 Seater SUVsLarge / 7 Seater SUVs
Starting Price $84,963$58,724$66,389$68,699
TransmissionAutomaticAutomatic
Drive TypeFour Wheel Drive (4WD) and Rear Wheel Drive (RWD)Four Wheel Drive (4WD) and Rear Wheel Drive (RWD)
Fuel TypeDieselDiesel
Wheels17" Alloy18" Alloy
Seats 5 to 7
Fuel Tank Capacity 80 L
Engine4 Cylinder 2.0L
Max Power154kW @ 3750rpm
Max Torque500Nm @ 1750-2000rpm
Phone ConnectivityAndroid Auto (Wireless), Apple CarPlay (Wireless), Bluetooth and USB
Wireless ChargerYes
Security FeaturesImmobilizer
Steering Wheel AdjustmentTelescoping (Electric)
Maximum Towing Capacity (braked)3,500 kg
Keyless Features
Keyless Locking/UnlockingYes
IgnitionKeyless Start/Stop
Headlights
Headlight TypeLED
Headlight FeaturesAutomatic On/Off
Safety Features
Cameras360° and Rear
Cruise ControlAdaptive (ACC) and Speed Limiter
Parking SensorsFront and Rear
Hazard PerceptionBlind Spot Monitoring (BSM)
Lane AssistanceLane Keep Assist (LKA)
Speed Sign RecognitionNone
Driver Information
Built-In Navigation SystemYes
Heads Up DisplayNo
Voice ControlYes
Digital Radio (DAB+)No
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