Exports Commence for South African-built Ford Everest
November 23, 2016 By ford
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Since its inauguration in 2003, the Ford Everest has made quite a lasting impression on Ford enthusiasts in Africa, where customer demand has escalated to new heights.

With ongoing production of Ford vehicles in South Africa, we will be seeing Ford’s new Ford Everest assembled at Ford’s Silverton Assembly Plant in Pretoria. There will be a full range of models to be exported to markets in Sub Saharan Africa – particularly focusing on Kenya, Madagascar, Tanzania and Cameroon.

The initial batch of, South African built, Ford Everest vehicles have been produced for export, and as Vice President of Ford operations Middle East & Africa said, “This is an exciting period for the Ford Motor Company, with first line of Everests being shipped to their new owners across the region.”

The Everest is available in eight derivatives, with selections including the 2.2 & 3.2-litre Duratory TDCi engines, XLS, XLT and range topping Limited specification levels.

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