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Friday, April 29, 2022

Ford Philippines Details 2023 Everest Trims, Colors, And Engines


As the launch of the next-generation Everest (and by extension, the next-generation Ranger) draws near, Ford Philippines is starting to trickle down information to whet the appetite of those looking to buy these two new vehicles.

So far, Ford has remained tightlipped on the Ranger, but they did reveal that the next-generation Everest, which is due towards the latter part of 2022, will be available in both the single- and bi-turbo versions of the 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine.

No exact specifications were given, but if they retain the same tuning in Thailand, the single turbo version generates around 170 horsepower and 405 Nm of torque. Meanwhile, the bi-turbo generates 210 horsepower and 500 Nm of torque. In both cases, they make less power and torque than before with the single turbo dropping by 10 horsepower and 15 Nm of torque, while the bi-turbo dipping 3 horsepower. The single-turbo is mated to a 6-speed automatic, while the bi-turbo gets the much-feted 10-speed automatic.

No mention is made of the 3.0-liter V6 diesel, and that may be the right move given the high diesel prices nowadays.

Moreover, Ford Philippines has confirmed that at least two variants will be available at launch and these are the Everest Sport and Everest Titanium+.

The Everest Sport features a blacked-out exterior trim that extends all the way to the 20-inch gloss black alloy wheels. Inside, it gets a 10.1-inch LCD portrait-style touchscreen and a digital instrument cluster. It’ll also be available in eight colors: Blue Lightning, Snowflake White, Equinox Bronze, Sedona Orange, Meteor Gray, Artic White, Aluminum, and Absolute Black.

Meanwhile, the Everest Titanium+ will continue to sit as the top-trim model and this version gets lots of chrome accents from the grille to the side mirrors and even the door steps. At all four corners, it’ll ride on machine face 20-inch alloy wheels. Inside, it’ll have full digital instrumentation and an even larger 12-inch center infotainment system. Ebony (black) leather seats are standard, but depending the color, customers can also opt for the Praline-colored ones. The Everest Titanium+ will be available in seven colors: Snowflake White, Equinox Bronze, Sedona Orange, Meteor Gray, Artic White, Aluminum, and Absolute Black.

Naturally, the full specification and pricing will only be made available closer to its launch which is slated towards the latter part of 2022.

24 comments:

  1. I hope they wont cut in the safety features especially the 9 airbags

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    1. Already did. 7 airbags only for top of the line

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  2. where are the usual ford haters?

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    1. Dear not ford haters...just rebadge ford territory haters n i think they hav a point.

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    2. Not hating on ford, just disappointed how they introduced the territory. I just hated how they marketed it as something exciting, and truly designed by ford, as if they designed it in australia where the ford ranger was also conceived. Not hating on the car, there is a place for it in the market. I just hate how they try so hard to cover up the cars origin.

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    3. no I am not referring to ford territory haters. I am referring to those guys who hate ford in general. yung mga nagsasabi found on road dead. yung mga hindi pa nakasubok mag ford. yung mga nag kukunwari na may ford dati sila pero wala naman.

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    4. Walang basagan ng trip parekoy solid bbm ka ba

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  3. Looks like this is the generation the Everest is truly going to dominate. Just by the number of paint colors alone, they’re really making sure everyone who comes into the showroom will be catered for.

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  4. fugly front as if it was designed by a noob

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  5. Panget nga lol. Parang pinilit iintegrate ang design sa F150. Baka better in person. Baka lang.

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  6. Hula lang
    Titanium 4x4: 2.50M
    Titanium 4x2: 2.35M
    Sport: 2.20M
    Trend: 1.85M

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  7. Not bad but forgettable design. My "hate" (read: Ford is unreliable AF) on Ford aside, among the current PPVs I usually recommend the 4x2 VL version of facelifted Terra.

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    1. poser alert. this guy is a notorious ford hater here. he claims he owns a ford but can't evem answer a simple question what his ford was. 100% liar.

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    2. Aaaawww. My # 1 fan. Nice try detective. 😂

      And yes, I'm a Ford hater because of my bad experience. But assuming I'm just a poser it doesn't change the fact that Ford products are garbage exacerbated by how horrible after sales support is here in the Phils hehe. And it just feels good every time I save one soul (just like the other day) from buying a Ford.

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    3. No you didn't have any bad experiences since you never owned one. Kapal din nito, you were already exposed in the comment sections yet you still continue to play this charade.

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  8. Aaaawww. My # 1 fan. Nice try detective. 😂

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  9. And yes, Im a Ford hater because of my bad experience. But assuming Im just a poser it doesnt change the fact that Ford is garbage exacerbated by how horrible after sales support is here in the Phils hehe

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  10. I want the platinum v6 ??

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  11. Ford everest 2023, kelan po magiging available dto sa pinas po

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  12. I love the new 2023 Everest plano ko mag pa reserve, i don’t care haters

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