The great looking 2015 Ford Everest SUV has finally set off to Australia, where the cheapest version can be had from just 54,990 AUD. But in case you decide to get a higher equipped version, you can also choose between the mid-range Trend, which comes handy at 60,990 AUD or the top of the line Titanium, which can set you back at 76,990 AUD.
The 2015 Ford Everest SUV in its standard form comes fitted with a lot of features at the exterior, such as the front fog lights, automatic headlights, LED taillights, the electronic locking differential, the black roof rails, the 17-inch alloy wheels, or some safety features like the terrain management system or the hill start assist and descent control.
Inside the 2015 Ford Everest SUV you get to enjoy the Interior Command Center with the 4.2-inch TFT screen, the USB and the AUX or Bluetooth Connectivity, while the Trend version is adding the leather steering wheel, rain sensing wiped, the dual-zone climate control, the Interior Command Center with the huge 8.0-inch touch screen, the Sync 2 infotainment and a whole lot more.
The Titanium trim is fully tweaked with leather, satellite-navigation, panoramic roof, semi-automated parallel Active Park Assist, HID lights and more.
Under the hood, all three versions are packing the 3.2-liter five-cylinder turbo diesel unit, with 143 kW and a good 470 Nm of torque, hooked to a six-speed automatic transmission.