2023 Ford Everest priced from $52,990 before on-road costs

The next-generation Ford Everest four-wheel-drive SUV will land in Australia later this year, with a starting price of $52,990 (before road charges) and optional V6 diesel power.

  • 2023 Ford Everest from $52,990 (before road charges)
  • Premium Platinum priced at $77,690 (before road charges)
  • Price dropped from $2,900 to $3,200, compared to current-gen
  • Pricing for the V6 Everest starts from $69,090

Pricing for the new 2023 Ford Everest has been released, with increases between $2,900 and $3,200 over the current-generation model.

This means the Ford Everest will retain the same dynamic Watts Linkage rear axle and independent front suspension as the current Ford Everest, albeit updated.

There will be four different Everest variants to choose from, as well as two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive powertrains.

While the 2.0-liter twin-turbo diesel engine carries over from the previous generation, the 2023 Ford Everest will be available with a 3.0-liter turbodiesel engine in Sport and Platinum higher variants.

Where the the smaller motor produces 154 kW at 3750 rpm and 500 Nm at 1750-2000 rpm, the larger V6 is capable of improving double digits: 184 kW at 3250 rpm and 600 Nm at 1750-2250 rpm.

Both engines work with a 10-speed automatic gearbox, with four-wheel-drive models benefiting from a low-range transfer case, locking rear differential and Torque On clutch-based center differential Request.

The towing capacity of the Ford Everest will be increased from 3100kg to 3500kg.

Other specification levels include the five-seat Ambiente and seven-seat Trend, which are available in both two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive, with only the 2.0-litre engine option.

The current 3.2-liter five-cylinder turbo diesel engine will be discontinued in the new Ford Everest, and fuel economy figures for the 2023 Ford Everest have yet to be released.

Other Ford Everest specs are detailed in this previous story, but Ford also outlined a variety of factory-fitted options for the Everest, including off-road wheel and tire packages, interior and technology options. .

The 2023 Ford Everest is expected to arrive in Australian showrooms in the second half of this year, pending any production delays.

2023 Ford Everest Australian Prices

  • Ambiente 4X2 2.0L – $52,990 (up to $2,900)
  • Ambiente 4X4 2.0L – $57,990 (up to $2,900)
  • Trend 4X2 2.0L – $60,290 (up to $3,200)
  • Trend 4X4 2.0L – $65,290 (up from $2,900)
  • Sport 4X4 3.0L – $69,090
  • Platinum 4X4 3.0L – $77,690

Note: All prices above exclude road travel costs.

2023 Ford Everest Wheel and Tire Options Available on Price
18-inch alloys with off-road tires, alloy spare 4×4 atmosphere $1100
18 inch off-road tires 4×4 trend $500
18-inch alloys (black) with off-road tires (instead of 20 inches) sporty 4×4 Free option
18-inch alloys with off-road tires (instead of 21-inch) and steel underbody protection (instead of plastic) Platinum Free option
2023 Ford Everest Towing Options Available on Price
Touring Pack: 360 degree camera, area lighting, tow bar with integrated brake controller Trend 4×4, Sport 4×4 $1950
Towing package: tow bar with integrated brake controller All models $1700
2023 Ford Everest Seat Options Available on Price
Third Row Seat Pack (i.e. 7 seats) 4×2, 4×4 atmosphere $950
Premium Seating Package: Heated and Cooled Front Seats, 10-Way Power Driver Seat with Memory, 8-Way Power Front Passenger Seat Trend 4×2, 4×4 $900
Sam Purcell

Sam Purcell has been writing about cars, four-wheel drive and camping since 2013, and has been obsessed with anything that goes brum-brum for longer than he can remember. Sam joined the CarAdvice/Drive team as Off-Road Editor in 2018, having cut his teeth at Unsealed 4X4 and Pat Callinan’s 4X4 Adventures.

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