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All-New Ford Everest Begins Shipping Out From Thailand

The next-generation Ford Everest was revealed back in March as an all-new version of the automaker’s more rugged, Ford Ranger-based three-row SUV, not too terribly long after the debut of that new model as well. The new Ford Everest is being produced for international markets at the wholly-owned Ford Thailand Manufacturing (FTM) and the joint-venture AutoAlliance Thailand (AAT) following a $900 million dollar investment, as Ford Authority reported back in December. Now, with a launch planned for Australia this August amid heavy consumer interest and a bevy of parts and accessories on deck, the first batch of next-gen Ford Everest SUVs has officially shipped to customers in Thailand and various other countries around the globe.

“The next-gen Ford Everest receives excellence feedback from Thai consumers, and the reservations for this new vehicle continue to evolve with its exceptional design that blends adventure-ready capability with comfort and customer-focused technology,” said Wichit Wongwatthanakan, managing director, Ford Thailand. “We are confident that our customers will love experiencing Ford vehicle ownership with our most recent product.”

The very first next-gen Everest customers will take delivery of their vehicles on August 1st, according to Ford, while the new SUV will be exported to over 100 countries across the world in the coming months. In Thailand, the Everest is available in six exterior colors – Snow Flake White Pearl, Aluminum Metallic, Absolute Black, Meteor Grey, Equinox Bronze, and Sedona Orange, as well as Blue Lightning, which is exclusive to Sport models. Interior color options consist of Ebony and Praline, the latter of which is available as an option for Titanium+ models.

As for pricing, Everest customers in Thailand can expect to dish out at least 1,334,000 THB ($36,355 USD) for the entry-level Trend, 1,464,000 THB ($39,892 USD) for the Sport, 1,704,000 THB ($46,431 USD) for two-wheel drive Titanium+ models, and 1,854,000 THB ($50,519 USD) for four-wheel drive Titanium+ Everest SUVs.

We’ll have more on the next-gen Everest soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford Everest news and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. Dee Hart

    That is a nice-looking vehicle… But they have to lose that damn “IPad sticking out from the dash… Can it not be integrated into the dash, not so “in your face” ?

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  2. Daniel H

    An article about Fords from Thailand, but it’s blocked from viewing in Thailand. Nice.

    Reply

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