From Australian Ford dealers, you can now buy a special version of the Ford Everest, ideally adapted for travel. The number of commercial SUVs is limited.
Ford has prepared 450 Ford Everest BaseCamp SUVs for Australia. These SUVs are based on the Trend 3.2 L 4 x 4 and Turbo 2.0 L Bi-Turbo versions. The minimum price tag for a car starts from 64,990 Australian dollars (47,350 US dollars).
Such SUVs are distinguished by air vents on the fenders, branded stickers with the inscription “BaseCamp” on the front doors, a spectacular radiator grille in a gray shade, special tires, etc.
Also, the limited-edition SUV got a light strip on LEDs and functional black handrails on the roof. Awning and tow bar will also not be superfluous.
Another Ford novelty is the Everest Sport with rear-wheel drive. In 2019, such an SUV debuted with all-wheel drive. It is supposed to have the same two-liter bi-turbo engine with a return of 210 horsepower as the Everest BaseCamp. The SUV costs a minimum of 59,990 Australian dollars (43,700 US dollars).
Such SUVs receive “Sport” nameplates, redesigned bumpers, rails, black alloy wheels and original interior design: leather upholstery with contrasting blue stitching.
Both versions of the Ford Everest are well equipped in terms of safety – from a rear-view camera to various kinds of driving assistants.