The 2019 Ford Everest has undergone significant changes compared to the last model because the model has not been changed in a long time. According to the SUV market, it was important to change this attractive model and offer it to a new generation of buyers. There are many changes in this vehicle, from exterior design to interior form and equipment.
Exterior and Interior
There are significant changes in the design of the 2019 Ford Everest and we can say that it was smart to wait too long for them. Thanks to a higher position of the car, it also has a large ground clearance authorized by the big tires of 18 inches. The car is made of aluminum and steel, for better performance and increased driving speed, as well as an elegant chassis and less noise in the cab. The slightly honed front features a recognizable aluminum grille grille with large LED front lights and a slim air intake underneath. The rear is more square than before, with a flat roof and a longer part of the truck, to increase the cargo space. Few aluminum details, such as the skid plates and the protection on the bottom, give the appearance of strength and robustness.
As the latest version of this model had a large cab designed, the 2019 Ford Everest should not change much. This includes soft seats with great shape, leather with higher trim and adjustable features. In terms of technology, Bluetooth connectivity, USB ports, adaptive cruise control, 8 inch infotainment display, windshield wipers with rain sensor, multi purpose travel engine and electric mirrors. The cabin is spacious and spacious, with space for adult passengers even in a back row. All seats are protected by airbags. 2019 Ford Everest is a family car as the latest model.
There are three engines in the new 2019 Ford Everest. The first is the 2.0 liter Eco Boost engine with 240 horsepower and 270 pounds of torque. A more powerful 3.2 liter Duratorq TDCi engine will be available with 200 horsepower and 347 lb-ft of torque. For diesel rather than gasoline powered vehicles, there is a 2.2 liter TDCi diesel engine producing 150 horsepower and 277 pounds. feet of torque. All have a six speed manual transmission as the only option.
Price and Release date
The base model 2019 Ford Everest is expected to cost around $45,000. The first competitor on the market will be the Toyota 4Runner, the Hyundai Santa Fe, the Nissan Pathfinder, the Holden Colorado 7 and the Mitsubishi Challenger.