The virtual launch of the 2020 Everest Sport gave Ford Philippines the chance to upgrade the top variant Everest Titanium models as well. Adding more tech features, these additions don’t come with any price increase.
Visually, the only way to tell the upgraded Everest Titanium apart from their older siblings is through their headlamps. With square-shaped projectors, the 2020 Everest Titanium (both 4x2 and 4x4) now feature LED headlights as standard. Compared to the previous HIDs, they offer up to 17 percent better illumination on the low- and 20 percent better illumination on the high beam. This means the Everest becomes the only SUV in its class to offer LED headlights as standard across the line (the upgraded Trend model already has them as standard).
The top-dog Everest Titanium+ 4x4 also adds the high-mount USB port. First seen in the 2020 Ranger, this adds a USB port by the rear-view mirror making the mounting of accessories such as dash cams much more convenient.
These new features don’t change the Everest’s pricing. The Trend 4x2 remains at P 1,738,000, the Titanium 4x2 at P 1,995,000, and the Everest 4x4 at P 2,299,000. The recently launched Everest Sport is priced at P 1,868,000.