Ford Everest Comparison

The seven-seat Ford Everest is on hand to offer all the same off-road capability as the Ranger in a body with space for seven.

As with the Ranger on which it is based, it packs a tougher new look on the outside and its interior is brimming with the sort of technology that would once have been unimaginable in a car with commercial roots.

There’s V6 turbo-diesel power now for people who want more grunt, and a refined take on the existing 2.0-litre Bi-Turbo diesel for those who don’t.

Ford is casting the net wide with the new Everest. At the bottom end of the range, it needs to take on more budget-oriented body-on-frame four-wheel drives like the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport.

Mid-range models are aimed at the ever-popular Isuzu MU-X, while the range-topping Platinum lines up neatly with the popular but ageing Toyota LandCruiser Prado.

That’s no small ask. Is the Everest up to the task, or does it have a mountain to climb?

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