2016 Ford Everest 4×4 3.2 Titanium Automatic Review – A Mountain of Features



For 2016, Ford has been lurking in the shadows observing the competition’s every move and came up with an even better 2016 Ford Everest 4×4 3.2 Titanium Automatic that is now on the summit of the SUV market.

2016 Ford Everest 4x4 3.2 Titanium Automatic Review - A Mountain of Features

The 2016 Ford Everest 4×4 3.2 Titanium Automatic Contains a Lot of Features for a Rock-Bottom Price

With Ford’s new company image, the 2016 Ford Everest 4×4 3.2 Titanium Automatic represents a departure from the old Everest that was left in the dust by the competition. The new Everest is poised to make a statement with an aggressive look and distinct lines that make the SUV look both aggressive and surprisingly compact as a midsized SUV at the same time. On the sides the improved ride height gives hints to its off-road capability, at the back, the curvy rear hatch and sleek wraparound lights give off a modern American look to the SUV. Under the hood is a 3.2 Liter 5 cylinder engine which is the biggest of the bunch when compared to the competition’s four bangers. The 5 cylinder turbodiesel puts out 197hp and 470Nm of torque. The Platinum trim is equipped with a six speed automatic and 4×4.

Everything is padded with a soft touch material that exudes classiness, luxury and overall, especially when compared to the competition, is way ahead when it comes to premium feel for the price you’re paying for. The 2016 Everest 4×4 3.2 Titanium is one of the more “affordable” SUV offerings while offering the most feature its almost unreal. The feature set includes blind spot monitoring, a rear and camera cross traffic alert system.

Ride quality is on the numb side despite the aggressive looks of the 2016 Ford Everest 4×4 3.2 Titanium Automatic, road feedback for the SUV is actually soft. Pair that with the electrically assisted steering that’s very light and you feel like you’re not driving an SUV at all. Speed up a bit and the Everest’s steering tightens and can handle body roll and dive with grace when cornering and braking. Off road capabilities are top notch and is just as good off-road as it is on-road. With the Everest launching ahead of the pack with it, a whole lot of technology and refinement, The 2016 Ford Everest is currently on top of the mountain of competing SUVs in the market making for an easy choice when looking for a new SUV.


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