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Ford unveils new Everest Sport, adds features to the Everest Titanium

·    THE NEWEST EVEREST VARIANT IS POWERED BY A 2.0L TURBO DIESEL ENGINE MATED WITH A 10-SPEED AUTOMATIC WITH SELECTSHIFT, DELIVERING 180PS OF POWER AND 420NM OF TORQUE

·   THE NEW EVEREST SPORT FEATURES A BOLD LOOK AND DESIGN, REFINED INTERIORS, AND DRIVER-ASSIST SMART AND SAFE FEATURES

·   AVAILABLE AT P1,868,000, THE EVEREST SPORT COMES IN ABSOLUTE BLACK, ALUMINUM METALLIC, ARCTIC WHITE, AND DEEP CRYSTAL BLUE, A NEW COLOR EXCLUSIVE TO THE EVEREST SPORT

·   ENHANCED FORD EVEREST TITANIUM SERIES NOW COMES WITH NEW FEATURE UPGRADES WITH NO PRICE INCREASE

Ford Philippines launched to the local media over Zoom today the new Everest Sport as it continues to expand its SUV portfolio with the addition of a new variant in its SUV line-up.

The new Everest Sport features an enhanced design and a host of driver-assist technologies that will help widen the appeal of the Everest in terms of versatility, safety, and capability.

“The new Everest Sport supports the Everest’s position as one of the safest and most capable SUVs in the market today,” shares PK Umashankar, managing director, Ford Philippines. “We are confident that the new Ford Everest Sport will set another standard for mid-size SUVs in the market with its design and technology that match various needs and lifestyles.”

The new Everest Sport is powered by a 2.0L Turbo Diesel Engine which offers 180ps and 420Nm of torque and is matched with Ford’s latest 10-speed automatic transmission with SelectShift — helping deliver better acceleration, fuel efficiency, and smoothness across on- and off-road environments. 

The latest Everest variant features unique black body exterior accents such as a new mesh grille, an embossed EVEREST hood badge at the front, gloss black painted wheels and exterior mirrors on the side, black tailgate applique in the rear and a ‘SPORT’ decal on the liftgate. LED projector headlamps, daytime running lights and 20-inch alloy wheels also come standard in the new Everest Sport.

Inside its spacious cabin, the new Everest Sport features a unique blue stitching accent on the steering wheel, dashboard, seats, center, console, and door trims delivering a sporty premium feel. Adding value to the Sport is a standard leather seat with eight-way power driver seat, smart keyless entry with push button start, and a power liftgate with hands-free function.

For entertainment and connectivity, it is equipped with an eight-inch LCD Touchscreen, Sync 3 with Apple Carplay and Android Auto Connectivity, two USB ports, and 10 speakers.

The new Everest Sport also boasts of segment-leading features for optimal driver comfort, convenience, and safety which include Cruise Control, Electronic Power Assist Steering (EPAS), Rear View Camera, Rear Parking Sensors, and Electronic Stability Control with Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD), and Roll Stability Control. Adding to all these are seven airbags including side, curtain, and driver knee airbags.

It comes in four colors: Absolute Black, Aluminum Metallic, Arctic White, and Deep Crystal Blue, a new color exclusive to the Everest Sport.

The new Everest Sport is available at a starting retail price of P1,868,000 and will be available in all Ford dealerships nationwide starting May 22. Customers who will reserve the new Everest Sport on or before May 31, 2020 will get a free three-year scheduled service plan.

Enhanced Everest Titanium line-up

Ford also introduced new feature upgrades to its Everest Titanium series. The Everest 2.0L Bi-Turbo Titanium+ 4×4 AT and Everest 2.0L Turbo Titanium 4×2 AT now come with LED projector headlamps, with the addition of high-mount USB feature for the 4×4 variant with no price increase.

Manny De Los Reyes

Manny de los Reyes, motoring editor of wheels.ph as well as its print edition, has been writing about cars since 1995. His life has been deeply intertwined with cars, having cleaned and maintained the family cars as a teenager, operating a paint shop and entering national car shows in college, before joining Nissan after graduation. He handled car brands as a copywriter afterwards. Today, when he's not testing or writing about cars or attending motoring events, he is home reading novels or playing with his shih tzu.

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