Ford Everest Titanium now tailors to off-road buyers

Ford Everest Titanium front view

If ever you’ve had the chance to test out a Ford Everest in the rough stuff, you’ll know how impressive it is, and that it’s built to handle it.

front three quarter

But the Titanium version (the top of the line) always went more for looks than getting down and dirty. So, for buyers who were wondering whether you could fit smaller wheels for better four-wheel-driving, there’s now a factory option.

front view

Ford will fit an 18-inch x 8.0-inch wheel package that also includes tyre and suspension alterations to suit the smaller wheels. In addition, the stability and traction control settings have been recalibrated to ensure on and off-road grip levels are as good as they can be.

Everest on the beach

The best news is that the off-road package is a no-cost option.

Pricing for the 2017 Ford Everest range is as follows:

  • Everest Ambiente RWD, 3.2L automatic, 5-seat – $47,990
  • Everest Ambiente RWD, 3.2L automatic, 7-seat – $48,990
  • Everest Ambiente 4WD, 3.2L automatic, 5-seat – $52,990
  • Everest Ambiente 4WD, 3.2L automatic, 7-seat – $53,990
  • Everest Trend RWD, 3.2L automatic, 7-seat – $53,990
  • Everest Trend 4WD, 3.2L automatic, 7-seat – $58,990
  • Everest Titanium 4WD, 3.2L automatic, 7-seat – $74,701

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