Ford Everest

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Ford Everest
ManufacturerFord Motor Company
Also calledFord Endeavour
Hai Duong, Vietnam (Ford Vietnam)
Body and chassis
ClassMid-size SUV
Body style5-door SUV
LayoutFront engine, rear wheel drive or four wheel drive
RelatedFord Ranger
Engine2.0 L EcoBoost I4 Petrol
2.2 L Duratorq I4 Diesel
2.5 L Duratorq I4 Diesel
3.2 L Duratorq I5 Diesel
2.0 L EcoBlue I4 Diesel
G6 2.6 L Petrol Engine
Transmission5-speed Manual
6-speed Manual
5-speed Automatic
6-speed Automatic
10-speed Automatic
PredecessorMazda B-series
Mazda BT-50

The Ford Everest, also known as the Ford Endeavour in the Indian market, is a mid-sized sport utility vehicle (SUV) produced by Ford Motor Company since 2003 over three generations. The Everest is a five-door SUV variant of the Ford Ranger four-door pickup truck.

  • First generation (2003–2006): based on the 1998 to 2006 Ford Ranger, which in turn derives from the 1998 to 2006 Mazda B-Series.
  • Second generation (2006–2015): based on the 2006 to 2011 Ford Ranger, which in turn derives from the 2006 to 2011 Mazda BT-50, this model received a first facelift in 2009 and second facelift in 2013.
  • Third generation (2015–present): based on the Ford Ranger (T6), and designed in Australia, but built in Thailand, available from 2015.[1] This model received a facelift in 2018 coinciding with the Ranger.

Ford unveiled the MY19 Ford Everest in May 2018. Changes include revised front styling and the new 2.0L Bi-Turbo I4 Diesel engine paired to the 10-speed Automatic transmission. Other changes include Autonomous Emergency Braking, a standard kick-activated power liftgate on Trend and Titanium models, new wheels, Sync 3 now standard on Ambiente models. Interior changes include more soft touch materials, 'ebony' dark colour scheme.


Calendar Year Thailand
2014 201[2]
2015 4,967[3]
2016 7,011[4]
2017 8,131[5]
2018 9,628[6]


  1. ^ Turkus, Brandon (13 August 2013). "Ford Australia debuts Ranger-based Everest SUV Concept". Autoblog. Retrieved 29 May 2014.
  2. ^ "Thailand cars sales report 2014". Thailand. Retrieved 24 Oct 2018.
  3. ^ "Thailand cars sales report 2015". Thailand. Retrieved 24 Oct 2018.
  4. ^ "Thailand cars sales report 2016". Thailand. Retrieved 24 Oct 2018.
  5. ^ "Thailand cars sales report 2017". Thailand. Retrieved 24 Oct 2018.
  6. ^ "Thailand cars sales report 2018". Thailand. Retrieved 26 Jun 2019.