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Thinking about buying a Ford Everest? Take the next step with Chasing Cars

Chasing Cars Team

So, you’ve watched the Chasing Cars review of the 2022 Ford Everest. Here’s what to do next.

The outgoing Ford Everest wagon is still highly competitive against its key rivals – the Toyota Fortuner, Mitsubishi Pajero Sport and Isuzu MU-X. But at this late stage in the Everest’s lifespan – just before the arrival of a new V6-powered generation – should you buy the 2022 Everest?

Chasing Cars editor Tom Baker has reviewed the outgoing 2022 Everest and found that it still has the best road manners of any ute-based wagon, while the 2.0-litre twin-turbo diesel engine is strong enough for most users – though the 3100kg towing limit might give heavy-duty buyers pause.

If you’re considering buying a new Ford Everest, here’s how you can take the next step with Chasing Cars.

Test drive the Ford Everest

Follow this link to arrange a test drive of the Ford Everest at a time convenient to you through your nearest Subaru dealership.

Organise a test drive of the Ford Everest

See the Ford Everest in every colour

You can choose between seven colours and one interior colour for the Ford Everest in Australia. Which colour would you choose? Use our link below to build your very own Everest.

Build your own Ford Everest

Ford Everest Sport 2022 aluminium

Download a Ford Everest features brochure

Want to dive into the detail about what features the various trim levels of Everest have, and don’t have? Click this link to download a Ford Everest brochure specific to the Australian market.

Download the full Ford Everest brochure

Watch or read our Ford Everest review again

Dive deeper into the Chasing Cars review of the 2022 Ford Everest. Head over to the Chasing Cars YouTube channel to re-watch our detailed Everest Trend 4×4 video review.

Watch our Ford Everest review again