FORD EVEREST NOW HAS AUTONOMOUS EMERGENCY BRAKING ON ALL MODELS

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The Ford’s large SUV, the Everest, has been updated to include Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) with Pedestrian Detection as standard from May 2019 production.

The Everest line-up now sees a high level of equipment across all models, from the five-seat Ambiente through to the seven-seat Everest Titanium with its Bi-Turbo powertrain, which has seen price adjustment below the Luxury Car Tax threshold.

“The Everest has won many accolades, and we’re proud of that, but we are always looking to add the latest technology and the most advanced features for our customers,” said Ford Australia and New Zealand President and CEO, Kay Hart. “The addition of AEB on every model is part of our commitment to constantly improve our products, services and ownership experiences.”

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Adding further cost of ownership advantages for Everest owners is an expansion of the Ford Service Benefits program. For the first four years/60,000km (whichever comes first), eligible customers will be able to service their Everest for a maximum recommended price of $299 (incl. GST) per A or B logbook service at participating dealerships.

This further demonstrates the strength of Ford Service Benefits, including the added value of a Service Loan Car, Auto Club membership (including Roadside Assistance), Satellite navigation updates and a Vehicle Report Card.

MODEL RANGE
Ambiente RWD 3.2L 6AT five-seat: $49,190
Ambiente RWD 3.2L 6AT seven-seat: $50,190
Ambiente 4WD 3.2L 6AT five-seat: $54,190
Ambiente 4WD 3.2L 6AT seven-seat: $55,190
Trend RWD Bi-Turbo 10AT seven-seat: $56,190
Trend 4WD 3.2L 6AT seven-seat: $59,990
Trend 4WD Bi-Turbo 10AT seven-seat: $61,190
Titanium 4WD Bi-Turbo 10AT seven-seat: $73,990 (incl. Luxury Car Tax)
Note: These prices do not include government or dealer delivery charges. Contact your local Ford dealer for drive-away prices.

About Ewan Kennedy

Ewan Kennedy, a long-time car enthusiast, was Technical Research Librarian with the NRMA from 1970 until 1985. He worked part-time as a freelance motoring journalist from 1977 until 1985, when he took a full-time position as Technical Editor with Modern Motor magazine. Late in 1987 he left to set up a full-time business as a freelance motoring journalist. Ewan is an associate member of the Society of Automotive Engineers - International. An economy driving expert, he set the Guinness World Record for the greatest distance travelled in a standard road vehicle on a single fuel fill. He lists his hobbies as stage acting, travelling, boating and reading.
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