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And what can it improve upon?
A few years ago, the Ford Everest cemented its place in the dominant Philippine midsize SUV triumvirate alongside the Mitsubishi Montero Sport and the Toyota Fortuner.All three were capable vehicles, with each one bringing something unique to the table. But there
A quick but memorable getaway
To be totally honest, we've done pretty much everything you could think of in the Ford Everest. We've gone on road trips, media drives, test drives, and even stargazing up in the hills of Antipolo. So when Ford Philippines invited
Easy handling, refined ride
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. The all-new Ford Everest might look like a brute, but its cabin and handling will prove that it's anything but. We had
A suitable SUV for ill-maintained roads
Can anyone still remember the old Everest? Yep, the Ford Ranger with the roof out back. By now, we wouldn't be surprised if you'd completely tucked that memory way, way back in the far end of your consciousness.
A good everyday ride
If I were to create a Venn diagram of the ideal SUV, I would create three circles. One circle would have Ford's comfortable but massive American stalwarts: the Expedition and the Explorer. Another would have the small, Asian-oriented EcoSport crossover.
We test the contender to the SUV throne
They say that history is written by the victors, and in the world of midsize SUVs, the Philippine story has been jotted down alternately by the two perennial victors: the Toyota Fortuner and the Mitsubishi Montero Sport. Ford Philippines never really put
Because you've waited a long time
Back in the summer of 2012, we had our first glimpse of the current number one pickup in our market--the Ford Ranger. Normally, once an all-new pickup is introduced, the SUV twin arrives about a year later. Last night, at
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