Coscharis Motors Introduces New Ford Everest


Posted by Justina Okpanku

Coscharis Motors has unveiled new Everest XLT Range and Everest Limited Sports Utility Vehicle. The SUV which was unveiled at the 2019 Lagos International Motor Fair boasts  2.2-litre Duratorq TDCi engine and a six-speed manual or automatic derivatives. Also, an electronic differential lock is standard across the Everest range to enhance off-road capability.  Coscharis Motors is sole distributor of Ford vehicles in Nigeria.

Customers, meanwhile, have the option of the powerful 3.2-litre five-cylinder TDCi engine on the XLT model with 147kW and 470Nm on tap, matched to a six-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive.

All Everest 4×4 models are equipped with Ford’s seamless and intuitive Terrain Management System that facilitates easy switching between Normal, Rock Crawl, Mud and Sand modes to suit the driving conditions.

As with the New Ford Ranger, the New Everest has benefited from numerous suspension improvements that further enhance ride quality and refinement.

 Most notably, the front-mounted stabiliser bar has been moved to the rear of the front axle, which allows for greater packaging and design freedom, along with an increase in diameter and stiffness to give the Everest improved roll control and handling performance.

Regarded as the most sophisticated Everest seven-seater sport utility vehicle (SUV) in the market, the new Ford Everest boast of  refinement and luxury matched to exceptional space and practicality.

Coscharis General Manager in charge of Marketing and Communications, Abiona Babarinde said: “We are excited the new Everest will be joining our local line-up. The new Everest will provide Ford an important position in the SUV segment. It is a segment which continues to grow in Africa, as well as around the world. Consumers are opting for versatile, family-oriented vehicles that suit their active lifestyles,”

“With the New Everest, we have raised the game even further by introducing subtle yet effective styling updates with the eye-catching exterior, providing a more refined and luxurious cabin environment, adding several new trend-setting technologies to the already feature-packed range, and building on the outgoing model’s superb comfort and ride refinement with a revised suspension set-up. More so, the Everest comes in diesel engines, which is what some of our oil services customers have been yearning for, as it is more ideal for access into highly inflammable locations than its petrol counterpart.”

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