Prices for the 2022 Ford Everest now start at $52,990 before road driving costs for the entry-level Ambiente SUV, while the 4×4 version is $57,990 — both jumping $2,900.
However, it is the Trend 4×2 that receives the biggest price increase, up $3,200 to $60,290, while its 4×4 sibling is now $65,290 (+ $2,900).
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All Ambiente and Trend classes are powered by a 2.0-liter bi-turbo diesel engine, producing 154 kW at 3750 rpm and 500 Nm from 1750 to 2000 rpm, and mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission.
The Sport 4×4 and Pioneer Platinum 4×4 are new this time around, and are priced at $69,090 and $77,690 respectively, with a 3.0-liter V6 turbo diesel installed helping to justify the cost.
The V6 punches out 184 kW at 3,250 rpm and 600 Nm from 1,750 to 2,250 rpm, while also sending drivetrain to the wheels via a permanent all-wheel drive and 10-speed automatic.
All 2022 Ford Everests are rated to tow 3,500 kg (brake), while the payload capacity ranges from 658 kg (Platinum) to 741 kg (Ambiente 4×2).
As we’ve covered before, standard equipment on the 2022 Ford Everest includes a cloth interior, keyless entry, push-button start, dual-zone climate control, 8.0-inch digital instruments, and 17-inch alloy wheels.
Handling multimedia is a 10.1-inch Sync4 touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay / Android Auto, wireless smartphone charging, satellite navigation and voice assistance.
As for safety, all Everests are equipped with nine airbags, Independent Emergency Brake (AEB), Lane Keeping Assist, Lane Departure Warning, front and rear parking sensors, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert and reversing camera Back.
Seven seats can also be had with Ambiente trim, which adds $950 to the bottom line.
Access to Trend gives buyers seven seats as standard, with the addition of a privacy rear window, power tailgate, leather-trimmed seats, 18-inch wheels and a 12.0-inch multimedia screen.
Trend buyers can also check the box of options for heated and cooled front seats, and power-adjustable front seats for an additional $900.
For the Sport class, apart from the firmer V6 engine, buyers are treated to black exterior accents, sport seats, heating and cooling from the seats, 20-inch aluminum wheels and a 10-speaker audio system as standard.
The high-spec Platinum model features all the equipment found in the Sport, but also includes LED matrix headlights, panoramic sunroof, tire pressure monitoring, quilted leather seats, heated second-row seats, power-folding third-row seats, heated steering wheel and surround-view Camera and sound system 12-speaker and 12.4-inch digital gauges.
For options, buyers of any 4×4 class can add an 18-inch wheel with all-terrain tires, Ambiente buyers need an extra $1,100, Trend customers charge another $500 more, while it’s a no-cost option for Sport and Platinum customers.
A tow package with tow bar and integrated brake control unit is also available to all customers for $1,700, while the Touring Pack on the 4×4 versions of the Trend and Sport also offers a surround-view camera and area lighting package for the contents of the Tow Pack for $1,950. .
All exterior trims, except for Arctic White, will incur an additional $675 fee on all 2022 Ford Everest models.
The Everest also comes with a five-year/unlimited kilometer warranty, and will arrive in local Ford showrooms in July.
2022 Ford Everest prices before costs on the road
|4×2 environment||automatic||$52,990 (+ $2,900)|
|4×4 environment||automatic||$57,990 (+ $2,900)|
|direction 4×2||automatic||$60,290 (+ $3,200)|
|Direction 4×4||automatic||$65,290 (+ $2,900)|
|Sport 4×4||automatic||$69,090 (new)|
|Platinum 4×4||automatic||$77,690 (new)|