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MIAS 2015: Ford PH unveils All-New Ford Everest




Live from the 2015 Manila International Auto Show, Ford Philippines seemed really excited to introduce their new offering in the SUV segment as they quickly turned our (and everyone else’s) attention to their corner right after the opening ceremonies of the event. Meet the All-New Ford Everest.

All-New Ford Everest specs and features:
2.2-liter 4-cylinder/3.2-liter 5-cylinder engines
158PS (2.2-liter), 197PS (3.2-liter)
385Nm (2.2-liter), 470Nm (3.2-liter)
6-speed AT with SelectShift
Electric Power Assisted Steering
Front double wishbone and rear coil spring suspensions
225mm ground clearance
800mm water-wading depth
7-piece airbags
Daytime LED running lights
Active Park Assist
Curve Control
Hill Launch Assist
Roll Stability Control
Electronic Stability Control
Blind Spot Information System w/ Cross Traffic Alert

Inside, the new Everest also employs top-notch features. It’s been blessed by the company’s SYNC 2, a 10-piece speaker system, Active Noise Cancellation for making calls, with its second and third row seats folding into a flatbed so you can load it with cargo having a maximum weight capacity of 2,010 liters.

The All-New Ford Everest will be available in the country in Q3 2015. Pricing is yet to be announced.



Kevin Bruce Francisco is the Senior Editor and Video Producer for YugaTech. He's a Digital Filmmaking graduate who's always either daydreaming of traveling or actually going places on his bike. Follow him on Twitter for more tech updates @kevincofrancis.

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8 Responses

  1. evollove says:

    Looking good! I’ll probably trade-in my EcoSport and upgrade to this one by June!

    • evollove says:

      Oops, didn’t realize it’s still not available until Q3. Well, I guess that gives me more time to save then. Surely before the year ends.

  2. studymore says:

    kelan pa naging unit ng weight ang liters?
    pwede bang magaral muna mabuti bago mag post?

  3. Anonymous says:

    I prefer the rugged tires when the 1st picture of this new Ford Everest came out.

    I guess the local version had a more tamed (less rugged) road tires.

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