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ARB gears up for Ford Everest September on-sale date

John Law

Australian aftermarket accessory brand ARB is gearing up for the launch of Ford’s new Everest wagon with a host of accessories

The new Ford Everest is due to land in September this year, with early production models already at the docks and on final evaluation drives.

Ahead of the Ford Everest’s launch, Australian accessory specialist ARB has released a catalogue with over 160 accessories

Ford Everest ARB 2022-2
Ford and ARB have been working closely for Everest accessories

ARB’s accessory list for the Everest is a continuation of the theme started by the Ranger in July, with Ford joining forces in collaboration with the trusted Australian aftermarket brand. 

Twinned with the T6.2 Ford Ranger, the Everest is offered in four trim levels: Ambiente, Trend, Sport and Platinum. The range spans $52,990-$77,690 before on-road costs. 

For the first time, the Everest is offered in Australia with the choice of a 154kW/500Nm twin-turbo diesel four-cylinder or a powerful 184kW/600Nm turbo-diesel V6

Read more about the Ford Everest

What accessories does ARB offer and how much do they cost?

Not every ARB item has a price or estimated delivery date, but key accessories such as the Summit MKII bullbar, underbody protection, lights and snorkels are locked in for August delivery. 

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This is (literally) an everything including the kitchen Ford Everest

ARB has handily crafted an example of a fully kitted out Everest that can be seen in images. The list of included features and their prices is below:

  • Safari V-Spec Snorkel – $638
  • Summit MKII bar – $3355
  • Summit Side Rails –  $1529
  • Under Vehicle Protection – $1195
  • Forged Front Recovery Points – $252
  • Old Man Emu dampers – $1070 (set of four)
  • Base Rack kit  – $1542
  • Auxiliary Battery kit – $1390 (delivery TBA)
  • Air Compressor kit – $TBA
  • Slide Fit Kitchen – $TBA
  • Side Floor drawers – $TBA

The finalised pricing of ARB’s accessory list is $10,971 excluding the interior draws, kitchen and air compressor. This price also misses out on the uprated wheels and tyres pictured. With the accessories listed, the pictured Everest Platinum V6 would set you back over $95,000 on the road in NSW. 

There are many more ARB bits, with more almost certainly on the way depending on the popularity of the Everest and its off-road credentials. 

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The aforementioned kitchen. Pricing is yet to be confirmed for this

The listed RRPs exclude fitment, but the list of Everest accessories will be available at Ford dealers and authorised ARB resellers around the country. 

Crucially, Ford’s close collaboration with ARB (that began in 2019) should also mean the parts have a close-to factory fit for easy installation. Additionally, the frontal protection systems are designed to interface with complex AEB systems fitted to the new Everest.

Normally ARB warrants its branded accessories have a three-year/unlimited-kilometre guarantee, but with Ford’s collaboration, Everest and Ranger ARB parts are covered by a five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty.

Ford Everest 2023: pricing in Australia

All prices listed are before on-road costs

  • Ambiente 4X2 bi-turbo: $52,990 (+$2900)
  • Ambiente 4×4 bi-turbo: $57,990 (+$2900)
  • Trend 4×2 bi-turbo: $60,290 (+$3200)
  • Trend 4×4 bi-turbo: $65,290 (+$2900)
  • Sport 4×4 V6: $69,090 (+$4700)
  • Platinum 4×4 V6: $77,690