When you see this beauty, you will realize that Land Rover is not the only carmaker that builds charming adventurous cars! Ford Everest, is a great vehicle for people who love camping and adventures, therefore it is built on a Ranger pickup platform. It makes you feel like you can truly conquer Mount Everest!
It is mainly distributed in the Asia-Pacific region market. Originally, this car has been in the market since 2003, but this is the fifth generation we are talking about.
One of the very important features if this outdoorsy car is that it is only offered with diesel engines and exclusively with four-wheel drive ability. You can either choose the twin-turbo 2.0-litre one which produces 210 horsepower and 500 Nm of torque or go for the one with a 3.2-litre inline-five engine that generates 192 horsepower and 470 Nm of torque. The good news is that both of them have automatic transmissions. The four-pot variant gets a ten speed and the 3.2-litre model has a six-speed.
The main question is that why the Everest is different than the Basecamp? Well, the Basecamp has got some accessories especially made for adventurous people who enjoy riding along the difficult or bumpy path, like a snorkel or a nudge car with built-in LED light.
Ford Australia is nice enough to throw a roof rack and a tow car. Well, in terms of exterior design, these models have gray accents and a Basecamp decal.
If you really are looking for one to buy, you can get the inline-five model for $47.100, which does not seem to be pricey to some. The one with a twin-turbo four-cylinder engines will cost you $48.200. It costs more because the adding kits worth $4.350.