Likes

  • Arguably the best driving SUV in its class.
  • A family friendly 7-seater with genuine off-road ability.
  • Very well equiped for the used asking price.
  • Plenty to choose from on the used market.

Dislikes

  • Long (and concerning) list of common faults.
  • Many mechanical repairs can quickly add up.
  • Requires fastidious maintenance and servicing.
  • Pajero Sport and Fortuner arguably offer better value for money.

Stuff you should know

The UA Ford Everest, manufactured from 2015 to 2022, stood out as a mid-size SUV celebrated for its rugged aesthetics, off-road prowess, and generous interior space.

Built on a robust ladder-frame chassis, the SUV’s design was tailored for off-road adventures, ensuring remarkable towing capabilities.

The UA Ford Everest offered two engine choices—a 3.2-litre 5-cylinder turbo-diesel and a 2.0-litre 4-cylinder turbo-diesel—delivering substantial power and torque for versatile terrain navigation.

Drivetrain Options: With rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive configurations, the SUV catered to diverse driving preferences and requirements.

Spacious Cabin: Accommodating up to seven occupants across three rows of seating, the UA Ford Everest prioritised comfort and practicality.

Premium Features: The interior incorporated premium materials, a well-designed layout, and advanced features like touchscreen infotainment systems, connectivity options, and driver-assistance technologies.

Comprehensive Safety Suite: The UA Ford Everest prioritised safety with multiple airbags, electronic stability control, anti-lock braking system, traction control, and an array of driver-assist systems.

UA and UA2 Updates: In 2018, the UA2 variant introduced a more powerful and efficient 2.0-litre bi-turbo diesel 4-cylinder, complementing the existing 3.2-litre turbo diesel 5-cylinder.

Iterative Updates: Ford made significant tweaks in September 2016, April 2017, and December 2019, addressing tech, aesthetics, and driving calibrations.

Drivetrain Options: The majority featured all-wheel drive, including off-road hardware like ‘Torque on Demand’ all-wheel drive system, Terrain Management System, Low-range gearbox, Rear differential lock, and Hill Descent Control. Since 2016, rear-wheel drive variants have been available.

Pre-update, three variants were available, and post-update technically had four, with variations depending on the mechanical package.

The UA Ford Everest achieved sales success in Australia but faced reliability issues, with reports of failing engines, transmissions, and electrical systems.

What goes wrong

Rust Issues:

  • Affected Areas: Reports highlight rust and corrosion issues in doors, bonnet, and boot, especially with in seams.
  • Warning Signs: Look for paint bubbling and uneven paint in seams as indicators of potential rust problems.
  • Ford’s Responsibility: Despite being out of warranty, Ford is expected to address this common issue. Some dealerships might initially deny responsibility, but persistence often yields results.
  • Resolution: Many owners have successfully had entire panels replaced or specific rust-prone areas fixed under warranty.
  • Community Support: Owners groups, especially the Ford Everest Club Australia on Facebook, provide a valuable resource with comprehensive discussions and solutions.

Electronic Issues:

  • Powered Tailgate: Common complaints involve erratic behaviour, such as the tailgate not opening, closing, or behaving unpredictably.
  • Repair Solutions: A prevalent fix involves replacing the tailgate module, though the effectiveness may vary.
  • Owners Groups Support: Online owners groups, like the Ford Everest Club Australia, serve as valuable resources for troubleshooting and tips regarding electronic issues with windows, mirrors, and accessories.
  • Plastic Trim Quality
  • Complaints: Some owners express dissatisfaction with the aging process of exterior plastic trim, noting discolouration and brittleness over time.

 

Interior issues:

  • Plastic Trim Deterioration.
  • Common Issues: Deterioration of plastic trim, especially on door handles, is a widespread concern, with reports of paint peeling off.
  • Warranty Fixes: Some owners have had these issues fixed under warranty, but there is a possibility of reoccurrence.
  • DIY Solutions: Owners groups provide tutorials on how to refinish these components, offering a cost-effective solution.
  • Interior Door Handle Concerns:
  • Handle Breakage: Instances have been reported where interior door handles have snapped off, necessitating the replacement of the entire door card.
  • DIY Challenges: Repairing just the handle requires skill and time, and it’s often easier to replace the entire door card.
  • Sharpness Concerns: Some owners mention that the handles can be sharp, and there are reports of chrome finish peeling; Ford typically covers these issues.
  • Electronic Gremlins:
  • Issues: Sporadic reports mention electronic problems with the 240 inverter and various switches.
  • Verification: Owners are advised to verify the proper functionality of all electrically powered features and accessories.

 

Mechanically:

 

3.2 L 5-cylinder turbo diesel:

  • Engine Failures
  • Commonality: Engine failures are not uncommon, often necessitating a complete engine replacement. This is extremely expensive and can take time to source replacement engines.
  • EGR Cooler Failures:
  • Cooling System Integration: The water-cooled EGR cooler can split, leading to coolant loss, potential engine overheating, head gasket failure and eventually catastrophic engine failure.
  • Preventative Renewal: Regular renewal of the EGR cooler at 100,000 km is advised to prevent issues.
  • Drive Belt & Tensioner Failures:
  • Common Occurrence: Failures in the drive belt and tensioner are relatively common, sometimes occurring at less

Rust Issues:

  • Affected Areas: Reports highlight rust and corrosion issues in doors, bonnet, and boot, especially with in seams.
  • Warning Signs: Look for paint bubbling and uneven paint in seams as indicators of potential rust problems.
  • Ford’s Responsibility: Despite being out of warranty, Ford is expected to address this common issue. Some dealerships might initially deny responsibility, but persistence often yields results.
  • Resolution: Many owners have successfully had entire panels replaced or specific rust-prone areas fixed under warranty.
  • Community Support: Owners groups, especially the Ford Everest Club Australia on Facebook, provide a valuable resource with comprehensive discussions and solutions.

Electronic Issues:

  • Powered Tailgate: Common complaints involve erratic behaviour, such as the tailgate not opening, closing, or behaving unpredictably.
  • Repair Solutions: A prevalent fix involves replacing the tailgate module, though the effectiveness may vary.
  • Owners Groups Support: Online owners groups, like the Ford Everest Club Australia, serve as valuable resources for troubleshooting and tips regarding electronic issues with windows, mirrors, and accessories.
  • Plastic Trim Quality
  • Complaints: Some owners express dissatisfaction with the aging process of exterior plastic trim, noting discolouration and brittleness over time.

 

Interior issues:

  • Plastic Trim Deterioration.
  • Common Issues: Deterioration of plastic trim, especially on door handles, is a widespread concern, with reports of paint peeling off.
  • Warranty Fixes: Some owners have had these issues fixed under warranty, but there is a possibility of reoccurrence.
  • DIY Solutions: Owners groups provide tutorials on how to refinish these components, offering a cost-effective solution.
  • Interior Door Handle Concerns:
  • Handle Breakage: Instances have been reported where interior door handles have snapped off, necessitating the replacement of the entire door card.
  • DIY Challenges: Repairing just the handle requires skill and time, and it’s often easier to replace the entire door card.
  • Sharpness Concerns: Some owners mention that the handles can be sharp, and there are reports of chrome finish peeling; Ford typically covers these issues.
  • Electronic Gremlins:
  • Issues: Sporadic reports mention electronic problems with the 240 inverter and various switches.
  • Verification: Owners are advised to verify the proper functionality of all electrically powered features and accessories.

 

Mechanically:

 

3.2 L 5-cylinder turbo diesel:

  • Engine Failures
  • Commonality: Engine failures are not uncommon, often necessitating a complete engine replacement. This is extremely expensive and can take time to source replacement engines.
  • EGR Cooler Failures:
  • Cooling System Integration: The water-cooled EGR cooler can split, leading to coolant loss, potential engine overheating, head gasket failure and eventually catastrophic engine failure.
  • Preventative Renewal: Regular renewal of the EGR cooler at 100,000 km is advised to prevent issues.
  • Drive Belt & Tensioner Failures:
  • Common Occurrence: Failures in the drive belt and tensioner are relatively common, sometimes occurring at less than 100,000 km.
  • Fuel System Issues:
  • Contaminated Fuel Consequences: Contaminated fuel can damage injectors and pumps, necessitating expensive repairs.
  • Turbo Complications:
  • Frequent Replacement: Turbo issues are not rare, often requiring replacement.
  • Intercooler Pipe Cracks:
  • Manageable Repair: Cracks in intercooler pipes are reported but considered a repairable and less expensive issue.
  • Wiring Issues:
  • Rubbing Through: Front engine wiring rubbing through is a known concern, potentially causing electronic malfunctions.
  • Oil Changes:
  • Critical Timing: Quick oil changes, completed in under 10 minutes, are crucial to prevent oil pump issues.


2.0 L Bi-Turbo diesel:

  • Wet Belt Timing Belt
  • Unique Design: The engine features a wet belt timing belt, and while no widespread issues have been reported in Everests, potential future concerns exist.
  • Outside Applications: In other applications, such as Transit vans, reports of the belt deteriorating and causing oil pick-up strainer clogging are noted.
  • AdBlue Complications
  • System Issues: Owners report problems with the AdBlue system, leading to issues with injectors, heaters, and level sensor calibration.
  • Intercooler Pipe Issues
  • Similar to 3.2 L Model: Intercooler pipes can crack, but repairs are considered manageable.
  • DPF Complications
  • Common Rail Diesel Issues: Common rail diesel engines may face Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) issues.
  • Catch Can Recommendation:
  • Warranty Implications: While fitting a catch can is recommended for engine health, it may void the warranty.

Drivetrain:

  • Park Brake Wear
  • Dirt and Water Sensitivity: Premature wear of the parking brake is a common issue, especially if exposed to muddy water, requiring specific recalibration.
  • 6-Speed Auto Transmission Issues
  • Frequent Faults: The 6-speed auto transmission frequently encounters problems, often stemming from valve body faults.
  • Torque Converter Issues
  • Internal Problems: Internal problems with the torque converter, specifically the drive coupling, may require attention.
  • Overheating Concerns
  • Upgraded Cooler Recommended: Overheating problems are prevalent, and an upgraded cooler is highly recommended.
  • 10-Speed Auto Transmission
  • Improved Design: While the 10-speed auto transmission is an improvement, issues with torque converters and valve bodies persist.
  • CDF Drum Issues: Common CDF drum issues (drive clutch drum assembly) can lead to significant drivability problems, requiring transmission rebuild.
  • Transmission Service Interval: The recommended service interval for the transmission is every 240,000 km or 10 years, but more frequent servicing is advised, especially for towing, to extend its lifespan.

Recalls:

  • September 2017 – The Ford Ranger and Everest models from 2016-2017 are affected by a fault in the airbag initiators within the side airbag modules, potentially causing the airbag not to deploy in a crash and increasing the risk of injury to occupants; 1,206 units are affected.
  • September 2018 – Ford Everest vehicles manufactured in 2018 are affected by a fault in the seat cushion frame, which may lead to noise, displacement/deformation, and incomplete/irregular seat adjustment, posing a risk of occupant injury and compromised safety during incidents. Approximately 60 units are affected.
  • June 2020 – The Ford Ranger and Everest models manufactured between 2017 and 2019 are affected by a fault in the transmission fluid pump gears, which could lead to a loss of hydraulic fluid pressure and motive power, increasing the risk of accidents, injuries, and even death.
  • June 2020 – Fault identified in Ford Ranger and Everest models where the transmission fluid pump gears could fail while driving, potentially leading to a loss of hydraulic fluid pressure and motive power, increasing the risk of accidents, injuries, and even death. Approximately 15,135 units were affected.
  • September 2021 – Faulty mounting bolts in Ford Ranger and Everest vehicles manufactured from 2016 to 2021 may cause the Rhino Rack Sunseeker awning to detach, posing a risk of serious injury or death to occupants, road users, and bystanders. 287 units are affected.

Rust Issues:

  • Affected Areas: Reports highlight rust and corrosion issues in doors, bonnet, and boot, especially with in seams.
  • Warning Signs: Look for paint bubbling and uneven paint in seams as indicators of potential rust problems.
  • Ford’s Responsibility: Despite being out of warranty, Ford is expected to address this common issue. Some dealerships might initially deny responsibility, but persistence often yields results.
  • Resolution: Many owners have successfully had entire panels replaced or specific rust-prone areas fixed under warranty.
  • Community Support: Owners groups, especially the Ford Everest Club Australia on Facebook, provide a valuable resource with comprehensive discussions and solutions.

Electronic Issues:

  • Powered Tailgate: Common complaints involve erratic behaviour, such as the tailgate not opening, closing, or behaving unpredictably.
  • Repair Solutions: A prevalent fix involves replacing the tailgate module, though the effectiveness may vary.
  • Owners Groups Support: Online owners groups, like the Ford Everest Club Australia, serve as valuable resources for troubleshooting and tips regarding electronic issues with windows, mirrors, and accessories.
  • Plastic Trim Quality
  • Complaints: Some owners express dissatisfaction with the aging process of exterior plastic trim, noting discolouration and brittleness over time.

 

Interior issues:

  • Plastic Trim Deterioration.
  • Common Issues: Deterioration of plastic trim, especially on door handles, is a widespread concern, with reports of paint peeling off.
  • Warranty Fixes: Some owners have had these issues fixed under warranty, but there is a possibility of reoccurrence.
  • DIY Solutions: Owners groups provide tutorials on how to refinish these components, offering a cost-effective solution.
  • Interior Door Handle Concerns:
  • Handle Breakage: Instances have been reported where interior door handles have snapped off, necessitating the replacement of the entire door card.
  • DIY Challenges: Repairing just the handle requires skill and time, and it’s often easier to replace the entire door card.
  • Sharpness Concerns: Some owners mention that the handles can be sharp, and there are reports of chrome finish peeling; Ford typically covers these issues.
  • Electronic Gremlins:
  • Issues: Sporadic reports mention electronic problems with the 240 inverter and various switches.
  • Verification: Owners are advised to verify the proper functionality of all electrically powered features and accessories.

 

Mechanically:

 

3.2 L 5-cylinder turbo diesel:

  • Engine Failures
  • Commonality: Engine failures are not uncommon, often necessitating a complete engine replacement. This is extremely expensive and can take time to source replacement engines.
  • EGR Cooler Failures:
  • Cooling System Integration: The water-cooled EGR cooler can split, leading to coolant loss, potential engine overheating, head gasket failure and eventually catastrophic engine failure.
  • Preventative Renewal: Regular renewal of the EGR cooler at 100,000 km is advised to prevent issues.
  • Drive Belt & Tensioner Failures:
  • Common Occurrence: Failures in the drive belt and tensioner are relatively common, sometimes occurring at less than 100,000 km.
  • Fuel System Issues:
  • Contaminated Fuel Consequences: Contaminated fuel can damage injectors and pumps, necessitating expensive repairs.
  • Turbo Complications:
  • Frequent Replacement: Turbo issues are not rare, often requiring replacement.
  • Intercooler Pipe Cracks:
  • Manageable Repair: Cracks in intercooler pipes are reported but considered a repairable and less expensive issue.
  • Wiring Issues:
  • Rubbing Through: Front engine wiring rubbing through is a known concern, potentially causing electronic malfunctions.
  • Oil Changes:
  • Critical Timing: Quick oil changes, completed in under 10 minutes, are crucial to prevent oil pump issues.


2.0 L Bi-Turbo diesel:

  • Wet Belt Timing Belt
  • Unique Design: The engine features a wet belt timing belt, and while no widespread issues have been reported in Everests, potential future concerns exist.
  • Outside Applications: In other applications, such as Transit vans, reports of the belt deteriorating and causing oil pick-up strainer clogging are noted.
  • AdBlue Complications
  • System Issues: Owners report problems with the AdBlue system, leading to issues with injectors, heaters, and level sensor calibration.
  • Intercooler Pipe Issues
  • Similar to 3.2 L Model: Intercooler pipes can crack, but repairs are considered manageable.
  • DPF Complications
  • Common Rail Diesel Issues: Common rail diesel engines may face Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) issues.
  • Catch Can Recommendation:
  • Warranty Implications: While fitting a catch can is recommended for engine health, it may void the warranty.

Drivetrain:

  • Park Brake Wear
  • Dirt and Water Sensitivity: Premature wear of the parking brake is a common issue, especially if exposed to muddy water, requiring specific recalibration.
  • 6-Speed Auto Transmission Issues
  • Frequent Faults: The 6-speed auto transmission frequently encounters problems, often stemming from valve body faults.
  • Torque Converter Issues
  • Internal Problems: Internal problems with the torque converter, specifically the drive coupling, may require attention.
  • Overheating Concerns
  • Upgraded Cooler Recommended: Overheating problems are prevalent, and an upgraded cooler is highly recommended.
  • 10-Speed Auto Transmission
  • Improved Design: While the 10-speed auto transmission is an improvement, issues with torque converters and valve bodies persist.
  • CDF Drum Issues: Common CDF drum issues (drive clutch drum assembly) can lead to significant drivability problems, requiring transmission rebuild.
  • Transmission Service Interval: The recommended service interval for the transmission is every 240,000 km or 10 years, but more frequent servicing is advised, especially for towing, to extend its lifespan.

Recalls:

  • September 2017 – The Ford Ranger and Everest models from 2016-2017 are affected by a fault in the airbag initiators within the side airbag modules, potentially causing the airbag not to deploy in a crash and increasing the risk of injury to occupants; 1,206 units are affected.
  • September 2018 – Ford Everest vehicles manufactured in 2018 are affected by a fault in the seat cushion frame, which may lead to noise, displacement/deformation, and incomplete/irregular seat adjustment, posing a risk of occupant injury and compromised safety during incidents. Approximately 60 units are affected.
  • June 2020 – The Ford Ranger and Everest models manufactured between 2017 and 2019 are affected by a fault in the transmission fluid pump gears, which could lead to a loss of hydraulic fluid pressure and motive power, increasing the risk of accidents, injuries, and even death.
  • June 2020 – Fault identified in Ford Ranger and Everest models where the transmission fluid pump gears could fail while driving, potentially leading to a loss of hydraulic fluid pressure and motive power, increasing the risk of accidents, injuries, and even death. Approximately 15,135 units were affected.
  • September 2021 – Faulty mounting bolts in Ford Ranger and Everest vehicles manufactured from 2016 to 2021 may cause the Rhino Rack Sunseeker awning to detach, posing a risk of serious injury or death to occupants, road users, and bystanders. 287 units are affected.

Should you buy it?

If you’re considering purchasing a first-generation Ford Everest, finding the ideal one requires identifying what we refer to as the Goldilocks Everest. To uncover this elusive gem, consider the following criteria:

  • Lowest Mileage: Seek an example with the lowest mileage possible.
  • Minimal Ownership Changes: Opt for a vehicle with the least amount of owners.
  • Recent Model: Look for the most recent model available within your budget.
  • Comprehensive Service History: Ensure the vehicle comes with a complete and thorough service history.
  • Warranty Repairs: Confirm that common faults have been addressed and repaired under warranty.
  • Pre-Purchase Inspection: Prioritise a pre-purchase inspection to validate the vehicle’s condition.
  • Catch Can Fitted: Ideally, the Everest should have a catch can fitted to enhance performance.
  • Avoid Heavily Modified Examples: Steer clear of heavily modified units.
  • Limited Off-Road Use: Avoid vehicles that have been extensively used off-road.
  • Minimal Towing History: Stay away from models that have spent extensive time towing.

Should you find an Everest that meets all these criteria, it’s a solid buy. However, anticipate occasional interesting ownership experiences. While we hope such issues won’t arise, it’s prudent to be prepared for any potential challenges.

But if you’re going to spend your whole life in a suburban setting, you might be better off getting something like a Mazda CX-9 or even the slightly smaller Toyota Kluger.

But, if you absolutely need something go way off-road, we’d argue the Toyota LandCruiser

If you’re considering purchasing a first-generation Ford Everest, finding the ideal one requires identifying what we refer to as the Goldilocks Everest. To uncover this elusive gem, consider the following criteria:

  • Lowest Mileage: Seek an example with the lowest mileage possible.
  • Minimal Ownership Changes: Opt for a vehicle with the least amount of owners.
  • Recent Model: Look for the most recent model available within your budget.
  • Comprehensive Service History: Ensure the vehicle comes with a complete and thorough service history.
  • Warranty Repairs: Confirm that common faults have been addressed and repaired under warranty.
  • Pre-Purchase Inspection: Prioritise a pre-purchase inspection to validate the vehicle’s condition.
  • Catch Can Fitted: Ideally, the Everest should have a catch can fitted to enhance performance.
  • Avoid Heavily Modified Examples: Steer clear of heavily modified units.
  • Limited Off-Road Use: Avoid vehicles that have been extensively used off-road.
  • Minimal Towing History: Stay away from models that have spent extensive time towing.

Should you find an Everest that meets all these criteria, it’s a solid buy. However, anticipate occasional interesting ownership experiences. While we hope such issues won’t arise, it’s prudent to be prepared for any potential challenges.

But if you’re going to spend your whole life in a suburban setting, you might be better off getting something like a Mazda CX-9 or even the slightly smaller Toyota Kluger.

But, if you absolutely need something go way off-road, we’d argue the Toyota LandCruiser Prado is better off-road, more reliable, a bit cheaper, and even more bearable to drive around town.

That said, if you’re compelled to buy an Everest, and you find a perfect example with a faultless history, you’re still potentially buying a great SUV.

Should you buy it?

If you’re considering purchasing a first-generation Ford Everest, finding the ideal one requires identifying what we refer to as the Goldilocks Everest. To uncover this elusive gem, consider the following criteria:

  • Lowest Mileage: Seek an example with the lowest mileage possible.
  • Minimal Ownership Changes: Opt for a vehicle with the least amount of owners.
  • Recent Model: Look for the most recent model available within your budget.
  • Comprehensive Service History: Ensure the vehicle comes with a complete and thorough service history.
  • Warranty Repairs: Confirm that common faults have been addressed and repaired under warranty.
  • Pre-Purchase Inspection: Prioritise a pre-purchase inspection to validate the vehicle’s condition.
  • Catch Can Fitted: Ideally, the Everest should have a catch can fitted to enhance performance.
  • Avoid Heavily Modified Examples: Steer clear of heavily modified units.
  • Limited Off-Road Use: Avoid vehicles that have been extensively used off-road.
  • Minimal Towing History: Stay away from models that have spent extensive time towing.

Should you find an Everest that meets all these criteria, it’s a solid buy. However, anticipate occasional interesting ownership experiences. While we hope such issues won’t arise, it’s prudent to be prepared for any potential challenges.

But if you’re going to spend your whole life in a suburban setting, you might be better off getting something like a Mazda CX-9 or even the slightly smaller Toyota Kluger.

But, if you absolutely need something go way off-road, we’d argue the Toyota LandCruiser Prado is better off-road, more reliable, a bit cheaper, and even more bearable to drive around town.

That said, if you’re compelled to buy an Everest, and you find a perfect example with a faultless history, you’re still potentially buying a great SUV.

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Models, pricing & features

Ford Everest-14

Ambiente

Price when new: $47,990 - $54,990

Price used: $31,400 - $49,400

Equipment

  • 12V Socket(s) – Auxiliary
  • 17″ Alloy Wheels
  • 240V Socket(s)
  • 8 Speaker Stereo
  • ABS (Antilock Brakes)
  • Active Noise Cancellation
  • Air Conditioning
  • Air Conditioning – Pollen Filter
  • Air Conditioning – Rear
  • Airbag – Driver
  • Airbag – Knee Driver
  • Airbag – Passenger
  • Airbags – Head for 1st Row Seats (Front)
  • Airbags – Head for 2nd Row Seats
  • Airbags – Head for 3rd Row Seats
  • Airbags – Side for 1st Row Occupants (Front)
  • Alarm with Motion Sensor
  • Audio – Aux Input Socket (MP3/CD/Cassette)
  • Audio – Aux Input USB Socket
  • Audio – Input for iPod
  • Audio – MP3 Decoder
  • Bluetooth System
  • Body Colour – Bumpers
  • Brake Assist
  • Brake Emergency Display – Hazard/Stoplights
  • CD Player
  • Camera – Rear Vision
  • Central Locking – Remote/Keyless
  • Control – Electronic Stability
  • Control – Hill Ascent
  • Control – Hill Descent
  • Control – Park Distance Rear
  • Control – Rollover Stability
  • Control – Traction
  • Control – Trailer Sway
  • Cruise Control
  • Disc Brakes Front Ventilated
  • Disc Brakes Rear Solid
  • Driving Mode – Selectable
  • EBD (Electronic Brake Force Distribution)
  • Electronic Differential Lock
  • Engine Immobiliser
  • Flip/Fold Out Key
  • Fog Lamps – Front
  • Handbrake – Fold Down
  • Headlamps – See me home
  • Headlamps Automatic (light sensitive)
  • Hill Holder
  • Independent Front Suspension
  • Intermittent Wipers – Variable
  • Map/Reading Lamps – for 1st Row
  • Mudflaps – front
  • Mudflaps – rear
  • Multi-function Control Screen – Colour
  • Multi-function Steering Wheel
  • Power Door Mirrors
  • Power Steering – Electric Assist
  • Power Windows – Front & Rear
  • Seats – 2nd Row (Rear) Flat Folding
  • Seats – 2nd Row Split Fold
  • Seats – 3rd Row (Rear) Flat Folding
  • Seats – 3rd Row Split Fold
  • Spare Wheel – Full Size Alloy Wheel
  • Speed Limiter
  • Sunglass Holder
  • Tail Lamps – LED
  • Trim – Cloth
  • Voice Recognition

MY19 update

  • Central Locking – Key Proximity
  • Headlamps – Halogen
  • Keyless Start:- Key/FOB Proximity related
  • Metallic Finish Interior Inserts
  • Parking Assist – Graphical Display
  • Starter Button
  • Storage Compartment – Overhead Console 1st Row
  • Telematics – Monitoring Service

MY20.75 update

  • Internet Connectivity via Sim Preparation

MY21.25 update

  • Internet Connectivity via Paired Device
  • Spare Wheel – Full Size Steel

Trend

Price when new: $53,990 - $60,990

Price used: $35,900 - $54,800

Adds

  • 10 Speaker Stereo
  • 18″ Alloy Wheels
  • Air Cond. – Climate Control 2 Zone
  • Body Colour – Door Handles
  • Body Colour – Exterior Mirrors Partial
  • Chrome Grille
  • Collision Warning – Forward
  • Control – Park Distance Front
  • Cruise Control – Distance Control
  • Daytime Running Lamps
  • Digital Instrument Display – Partial
  • Floor Mats
  • Headlamp – High Beam Auto Dipping
  • Illuminated (puddle lamps) Door Mirrors
  • Illuminated Vanity Mirror for Front Passenger
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Leather Steering Wheel
  • Memory Card Reader
  • Power – Boot/Tailgate
  • Power Door Mirrors – Folding
  • Power Door Mirrors – Heated
  • Radio – Digital (DAB+)
  • Rain Sensor (Auto wipers)
  • Rear View Mirror – Electric Anti Glare
  • Rear Windows – Extra Dark/Privacy
  • Side Steps
  • Subwoofer
  • Sunvisor – Illuminated Vanity Mirror for Driver
  • Warning – Driver Fatigue

MY19 update

  • Collision Mitigation – Forward (Low speed)
  • Control – Pedestrian Avoidance with Braking
  • Electric Seat – Drivers
  • Engine – Stop Start System (When at idle)
  • Lane Keeping – Active Assist
  • Speed Zone Reminder – Road Sign Recognition

MY20.25 update

  • Headlamps – LED

MY21.25 update

  • Chrome Grille Surround

Titanium

Price when new: $72,290 - $76,990

Price used: $43,200 - $66,500

Adds

  • 20″ Alloy Wheels
  • Ambient Lighting – Interior
  • Blind Spot Sensor
  • Chrome Door Handles – Exterior
  • Chrome Door Mirrors
  • Daytime Running Lamps – LED
  • Electric Seats – 1st Row (Front)
  • GPS (Satellite Navigation)
  • Glass Roof – with Power Blind
  • Headlamp Washers
  • Headlamps – High Intensity Discharge
  • Heated Seats – 1st Row
  • Leather Gear Knob
  • Leather Seats – Partial
  • Parking Assistance – Automated Steering
  • Scuff Plates – Embossed or personalised
  • Seat – Drivers Lumbar Adjustment Manual
  • Seat – Passenger Lumbar Adjustment Manual
  • Sunroof – Electric
  • Tyre Pressure Sensor
  • Warning – Rear Cross Traffic (when reversing)

MY19 update

  • Leather Hand Brake Lever
  • Tow Bar

Sport

Price when new: $60,090 - $64,390

Price used: $51,500 - $58,700

Adds

  • Coloured Door Mirrors
  • Gloss Finish Window Surrounds – Exterior
  • Grille – Black
  • Mesh Grille
  • Painted – Wheels
  • Roof Rails
  • Seats – Embossed

MY21.25 update

  • Decals

Tech specs

Body Styles

  • 5 door Wagon

Engine Specs

  • 3.2 litre, 5-cylinder turbo diesel, 143kW / 470Nm (Ambiente 2015 – 2022, Trend 2015 – 2022, Titanium 2015 – 2018, Sport 2019 – 2022)
  • 2.0 litre, 4-cylinder twin turbo diesel, 157kW / 500Nm (Trend 2018 – 2022, Titanium 2018 – 2022, Sport 2019 – 2022)

Transmission

  • 6-speed Sports Automatic (Ambiente, Trend, Titanium, Sport)
  • 10-speed Sports Automatic (Trend, Titanium, Sport)

Fuel Consumption

  • 7.0 – 11.2 / 100km (Ambiente, Sport)
  • 6.1 – 8.4 / 100km (Trend, Titanium)

Length

  • 4892mm – 4969mm (All Models)

Width

  • 1860mm – 1869mm (All Models)

Height

  • 1837mm (All Models)

Wheelbase

  • 2850mm (All Models)

Kerb Weight

  • 2239kg – 2495kg (All Models)

Towing

  • 750kg (unbraked) – 3100kg (braked) (All Models)

Ancap Ratings

  • 5 stars (Ambiente, Trend, Titanium)
  • 5 stars, tested 2015 (Ambiente, Trend, Titanium, Sport)

Body Styles

  • 5 door Wagon

Engine Specs

  • 3.2 litre, 5-cylinder turbo diesel, 143kW / 470Nm (Ambiente 2015 – 2022, Trend 2015 – 2022, Titanium 2015 – 2018, Sport 2019 – 2022)
  • 2.0 litre, 4-cylinder twin turbo diesel, 157kW / 500Nm (Trend 2018 – 2022, Titanium 2018 – 2022, Sport 2019 – 2022)

Transmission

  • 6-speed Sports Automatic (Ambiente, Trend, Titanium, Sport)
  • 10-speed Sports Automatic (Trend, Titanium, Sport)

Fuel Consumption

  • 7.0 – 11.2 / 100km (Ambiente, Sport)
  • 6.1 – 8.4 / 100km (Trend, Titanium)

Length

  • 4892mm – 4969mm (All Models)

Width

  • 1860mm – 1869mm (All Models)

Height

  • 1837mm (All Models)

Wheelbase

  • 2850mm (All Models)

Kerb Weight

  • 2239kg – 2495kg (All Models)

Towing

  • 750kg (unbraked) – 3100kg (braked) (All Models)

Ancap Ratings

  • 5 stars (Ambiente, Trend, Titanium)
  • 5 stars, tested 2015 (Ambiente, Trend, Titanium, Sport)

Body Styles

  • 5 door Wagon

Engine Specs

  • 3.2 litre, 5-cylinder turbo diesel, 143kW / 470Nm (Ambiente 2015 – 2022, Trend 2015 – 2022, Titanium 2015 – 2018, Sport 2019 – 2022)
  • 2.0 litre, 4-cylinder twin turbo diesel, 157kW / 500Nm (Trend 2018 – 2022, Titanium 2018 – 2022, Sport 2019 – 2022)

Transmission

  • 6-speed Sports Automatic (Ambiente, Trend, Titanium, Sport)
  • 10-speed Sports Automatic (Trend, Titanium, Sport)

Fuel Consumption

  • 7.0 – 11.2 / 100km (Ambiente, Sport)
  • 6.1 – 8.4 / 100km (Trend, Titanium)

Length

  • 4892mm – 4969mm (All Models)

Width

  • 1860mm – 1869mm (All Models)

Height

  • 1837mm (All Models)

Wheelbase

  • 2850mm (All Models)

Kerb Weight

  • 2239kg – 2495kg (All Models)

Towing

  • 750kg (unbraked) – 3100kg (braked) (All Models)

Ancap Ratings

  • 5 stars (Ambiente, Trend, Titanium)
  • 5 stars, tested 2015 (Ambiente, Trend, Titanium, Sport)

Warranty & servicing

Warranty

  • 3 years / 100,000 km (Ambiente, Trend, Titanium)
  • 5 years / unlimited km (Ambiente, Trend, Titanium, Sport)

Servicing

  • 15,000 km / 12 months (Ambiente, Trend, Titanium, Sport)

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