Ford begins selling limited-edition SUV Everest BaseCampNovember 13, 2020
The newest car was estimated at 64,990 Australian dollars.
The 2021 Ford Everest BaseCamp is now available from the company’s dealers in Australia as a limited edition to just 450 units, with several new features. Based on the Trend 3.2L 4×4 and Turbo 2.0L Bi-Turbo versions, BaseCamp is available starting at AU $ 64,990 and AU $ 66,490.
From the rest of the family, the limited new car is distinguished by BaseCamp decals on the front doors, a gray painted radiator grille, air vents on the fenders, front and rear skid plates and wheels. The Everest BaseCamp is also equipped with black roof rails, snorkel, LED light strip, tarpaulin and towbar rated for 3,000 kg for the 3.2-liter engine and 3,100 kg for the bi-turbo version.
The all-wheel-drive Everest Sport, introduced last year, is now available in rear-wheel drive too, powered by the same 210 hp 2.0-liter twin-turbo engine. and 500 Nm of torque.
The rear-wheel drive version will cost buyers A $ 59,990. The model features a black radiator grille, bumpers, tailgate trim, side mirror rails and covers, as well as 20-inch black alloy wheels, Sport decals, 3D Everest badge, leather upholstery with special trim with unique blue stitching.
Both Everest BaseCamp and Everest Sport feature Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Keeping Assist with Driver Alert, Cruise Control, Emergency Assistance, Trailer Sway Control, Rear View Camera, Rear Parking Aid, Traffic Sign Recognition and other equipment that improves safety.
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