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Alexandra Lawrence | Aug, 01 2018 | 0 Comments

Ford has released prices for its updated Everest four-wheel-drive.

Echoing changes to its Ranger ute cousin, the large SUV brings a new engine option, additional driver aids and a five-year warranty.

The base Ambiente now costs $49,190 plus on-road costs - $1,200 more than before.

Mid-level Trend models now have the option of Ford’s new 2.0-litre twin-turbocharged four-cylinder diesel engine – as seen in the Ranger Raptor.

You can have four-wheel-drive examples of the mid-range Trend with a choice of 3.2-litre five-cylinder turbo or 2.0-litre four-cylinder twin-turbo diesel engines.

Vehicles fitted with the previous model’s 3.2L five-cylinder petrol engine cost $59,990, while the twin-turbo option will cost you $61,190 in four-wheel-drive form. The new diesel engine’s 157kW and 500Nm outputs give you an extra 10kW over the previous model, along with a new 10-speed automatic transmission which replaces a standard six-speed auto.

Ford claims reduced fuel consumption of 6.9L/100km, down a previous 8.4L/km on the rear-wheel-drive Trend available only with the 2.0-litre engine also fitted as standard to the range-topping Titanium.

As previously reported by Drive, a five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty is now standard across the Ford range.

Autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian detection has also been added to the Trend and Titanium models.

Ford have added a new grille to the Everest, as well as high-intensity headlights in the Trend, and 20-inch alloy wheels in the Titanium variant.

2019 Ford Everest prices

Everest Ambiente RWD - $49,190 (+$1200)

Everest Ambiente 4WD - $54,190 (+$1200)

Everest Trend RWD twin-turbo 10sp auto - $56,190

Everest Trend 4WD 3.2L 6sp auto - $59,990 (+$1000)

Everest Trend 4WD twin-turbo 10sp auto - $61,190

Everest Titanium 4WD twin-turbo 10sp auto - $73,990

 

 
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