The 2017 Ford Everest is a seven-seat SUV that is based on the Ranger T6 pick-up truck, which means it features a body on frame configuration like the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport and Toyota Fortuner. Most of the mechanical bits including engines and drivetrains are shared between the two models. Available in two variants - 4x2 Trend 2.2 and 4x4 Titanium 3.2, The Everest priced at RM198,888 and RM258,888 respectively.
The 2.2-litre Duratorq TDCi engine in the base model outputs 160hp and 385Nm, while the 3.2-litre five-cylinder turbodiesel mill that powers the range topping Titanium is good for 200hp and 470Nm of torque. In Malaysia, gearbox option for the Everest range is limited to a six-speed SelectShift automatic, similar to the one found in the Ranger. All-wheel drive is exclusive to the pricier Everest Titanium. The 4x4 system is complemented by the carmaker's Terrain Management System, which features four pre-set driving modes- Normal, Snow/Mud/Grass, Sand and Rock.
Learn more here: 2017 Ford Everest Launched In Malaysia: Priced From RM199k