2023 Ford Everest SUV – Ford has been on an upward trend in terms of new products, and the third-generation Everest arrives at a time ladder-frame SUVs have become more popular. The 2022 Ranger is the inspiration for the three-row family hauler. It features the same innovations as the midsize truck. The tracks are wider (+50mm/1.97 inches) which allows for greater on-road stability. Additionally, the dampers have been adjusted to improve off-road performance.
The styling is almost identical to the Rangers with an almost identical front fascia. An SUV’s body has longer rear doors which allow for easier access to the rear seats. The taillights are wider than the truck’s and feature a broad bar at the end of the tailgate with the “Everest” lettering.
2023 Ford Everest SUV Redesign
The Ford three-row “sanctuary”, as Ford calls it, has seen massive changes. Here the new Everest receives the SYNC4 infotainment. On the lower trim levels, the portrait-oriented touchscreen measures 10.3 inches. The more expensive models get a 12-inch diagonal. The digital instrument cluster is the same, with a range of sizes from 8 to 12.3 inches depending on the model.
The usual suspects are included in the engine lineup, with the turbodiesel 3.0-liter Turbodiesel V6 at the top. Everest’s revamped engine lineup will include a 2.0-liter diesel engine with either one or two turbochargers, depending on market conditions. The body-on-frame SUV will be available with the familiar EcoBoost gasoline engine. These engines can be driven with either a 6-speed manual or 10-speed automatic, depending on which engine is used.
Ford claims water wading capability of 800mm (2.6 feet), while the roof can support static loads up to 350 kg (772 lbs), or dynamic loads up to 100 kg (220lbs). The engine bay can accommodate a second battery, which can be used to power various accessories that enhance Everest’s outdoorsy nature.
The 2023 Ford Everest has a 360-degree camera, matrix LED headlights, adaptive cruise control, and lane-keeping assistance. Blue Oval also offers automatic evasive steering assist to prevent a collision if braking alone is not enough. Post-collision brake kicks in to prevent a second accident from occurring in the event of an accident. The Everest is a large SUV, but it can still park itself. It can also drive you out thanks to the all-around cameras as well as the parking sensors at both the front and back. Blindspot can support trailers up to 10 m (32.8 ft) in length and 2.4 m (7.9 ft) wide.
2023 Ford Everest SUV Released
The Ford Everest, an RWD-based Ford, will go on sale in Sport, Titanium, and Platinum trims later this year. Additional versions are planned depending on where they are sold. In India, the Endeavour was also sold as the previous generation. Fun fact: The French military uses a light-duty tactical vehicle, known as the Arquus Trapper VT4, as a personnel carrier. It is based on second-gen Everest.