The Ford Everest SUV has been on sale in Australia now for around three months, and off-road accessory companies are starting to announce tough add-ons to compete against the factory-backed ARB accessories.

    Australian company TJM has teased its upcoming range of accessories for the Everest SUV in a series of images and videos uploaded to social media ahead of a launch in 2023.

    It says its initial range will consist of TJM Outback and Venturer bull bars, full underbody protection, and a TJM Airtec snorkel. There will be “plenty more” accessories available at a later date.

    You can now register your interest for these forthcoming accessories for the Ford Everest on the TJM website.

    As previously reported, Ford has a partnership with ARB which sees it offer a range of factory-backed accessories for the new Ranger and Everest under its Ford Licensed Accessories Program.

    These ARB-branded accessories are covered by the same five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty as the SUV itself, provided they’re purchased and fitted through Ford dealerships.

    Ironman 4×4, another major off-road accessory brand, has yet to reveal its range of accessories for the new Ford Everest. It only revealed its Ranger accessories a few months ago.

    Though it’s only been on sale for a few months, Ford announced new pricing and revised specifications for the Everest in October for what it calls MY23.5.

    Pricing increased by up to $649, depending on the variant, and Ford introduced a new Sport 4×2 Bi-Turbo variant.

    The Everest range now starts at $53,290 before on-road costs for the Ambiente 4×2 Bi-Turbo five-seater, and extends to $77,530 before on-road costs for the Platinum 4×4 V6.

    The optional Touring Pack available on the Trend 4×4 and Sport 4×4 variants now gets black stand-off roof rails and is $350 more expensive at $2300. Prestige paint across the range is also $25 more expensive at $700.

    The flagship Everest Platinum now features steel underbody protection as standard, along with a black painted roof.

    Production of the MY23.5 Ford Everest will start in March 2023. Existing MY22 Everest variants will continue to be offered at the pre-update pricing until production concludes in February next year.

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    Jack Quick

    Jack Quick is an automotive journalist based in Melbourne. Jack studied journalism and photography at Deakin University in Burwood, and previously represented the university in dance nationally. In his spare time, he loves to pump Charli XCX and play a bit of Grand Theft Auto. He’s also the proud owner of a blue, manual 2020 Suzuki Jimny.

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