Ford PH updates Everest Titanium with a nifty feature for dashcams

May 21, 2020 | Same topic: Auto Industry: Latest Updates
And despite these new features, there’s no price increase. That’s cool.

The Ford Everest is one of the most popular SUVs here in the Philippines. It is very robust since it is based on the Ford Ranger, and it can handle off-roading too.

For the top-of-the-line Titanium trim, it comes with a lot of high-tech features, which elevates riding comfort, and convenience.

A picture of a Ford Everest after crossing a river

The Ford Everest Titanium gets even better with several updates

Recently, Ford Philippines updated the Ford Everest Titanium lineup with several important pieces of equipment. The said lineup includes the Everest 2.0 L Bi-Turbo Titanium+ 4x4 AT, and the 2.0 L Turbo Titanium 4x2 AT.

These new features might not sound that much, but these can be very important especially on Philippine road conditions.

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The new, high mount USB Hub

One update for the Everest 2.0L Bi-Turbo Titanium+ 4x4 comes in the form of a USB hub. Now, this new feature is mounted near the SUV’s windshield, just behind the rear-view mirror.

Why is this so important? If you’re a car owner, you’ll remember that time that you took your car along with you to get set-up with a dashcam right?

You needed a long wire to link it up to the nearest USB port and as a result, you get to deal with unsightly wires, running through your dashboard every time you drive.

A picture of the new high mount USB hub on the Everest Titanium

See where the new USB is at? That's the ideal spot for mounting dash cams

With the new, conveniently located USB hub, installing a dashcam on your Ford Everest is now easier and hassle-free.

And of course, dashcams in of themselves have become an indispensable safety tool, especially for driving in big cities where traffic is tight, and where other drivers are sometimes dangerously inept.

New LED Headlights

Another update for the Everest Titanium (both 4x2 and 4x4  variants) is that Ford gave it a new pair of LED headlights. Now this update is self-explanatory. The new LEDs are much brighter, and better looking than HIDs, and especially over halogens.

No Price increase

Now despite the new features, the Titanium lineup will still be priced the same as before. The Ford Everest 2.0 Titanium Bi-turbo 4x4 AT is still priced at P2,299,000 and the Everest 2.0 Single Turbo 4x2 AT at P1,995,000.

A picture of a Ford Everest on a dirt road

And despite the new upgrades, the prices remain the same. Sweet!

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Cesar G.B. Miguel

Cesar learned how to drive a car years before he got his license. Today, he's still looking for that perfect '90s Japanese coupe to drive into the sunset while listening to "Crazy Little Love" by Nuage. Also has a thing for badass off-road vehicles and weird engine swaps.