Ford Everest 2011 Review
The Ford Everest 2011 is a mid-size SUV that comes in 4x2 and 4x4 variants. Ford started making Everest in 2003. The 2011 model comes in either regular or special edition giving the buyer a wider choice as to the colors and added accessories.
Driving this SUV may feel heavy at first but once the engine is warmed up, acceleration is a The 2011 Everest definitely more engine power than earlier models. Long drives in highways are perfect with the Everest.
The Ford Everest 2011 was made with a new transmission system featuring a 5-speed automatic transmission allowing for better acceleration. It also has lower noise, less vibration and reduced heat emission.
Great Legroom and More Space
Space is the least of the problem with the Everest, it can accommodate 5 passengers with cargo space at the back. The space can also seat 2 more passengers though leg room would be a bit of a problem in the rear seats. Nevertheless, the rear seat may be folded to provide additional baggage space at the rear.
Cool Interiors Color
Beige being the color of the Everest's interior, a stark contrast to the tough image the Everest exudes. Indeed the Everest is built for for durability but the cool interior colors compensate for this. The clean and simple lines add up to a more elegant interior look which makes this model more appealing to the younger generation.
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Perfect for a Long Drive
The Ford Everest 2011 is great for long drives with its great suspension bumpy roads will be the least of worries. The seat mounting design provides convenience and comfort despite the length of the trip. Moreover, it remains remarkably stable despite high speeds or steep turns.
The new Everest is definitely a buy worth your money and can be an SUV to be enjoyed by its buyer for years to come.
It's Ultra Safe
The Everest is the only SUV in its segment which offers both front and side airbags making it one of the safest SUV to drive and ride. It also features anti-lock braking system (ABS), power windows and doors and parking sensor (optional).
Adaptable Front Grille Design
The front grille design of the Ford Everest is appropriate for both day-to-day use and out of town trips. Due to its flexible design, you would never really look out of place anywhere. On one hand, the same design may be considered a bit masculine but should not discourage women from getting their own Ford Everest.
High-mounted Tail Lights
There is something really sophisticated and cool in the way the tail lights of the Ford Everes are mounted. The design complements and gives a more sophisticated look and adds to the aesthetic of the 2011 model. The added signal lights embedded in the side mirrors adds to its highly sophisticated look and making it quite visible especially at night.
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