2010 Ford Everest XLT AT Limited 2.5L TDCI turbo diesel
Reliable, but a bit uncomfortable
Rear leaf suspension is very stiff.
The original brake pads are not strong enough to stop the car.
Bulletproof car, low cost maintenance.
It's easy & cheap to modify the power until it has more than 200 BHP with a piggy back.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 11th July, 2013
12th Jul 2013, 06:28
Stopping power has nothing to do with the brake pads, but with the size of the rotors, number of calipers per brake pad and the hydraulic vacumn system in the car. That is unless of course the brake pad has been totally worn out and metal on metal contact is occurring.
9th Mar 2015, 06:25
I bought my Ford Everest in 2011, and after a year of using it, the wheel bearing broke down and I complained about this to the place where I bought the vehicle. The service maintenance people in charge informed me that it is not covered by the warranty. It's an all weather vehicle and the parts that need replacement are considered major parts of the vehicle.
When I bought the vehicle, the first question I asked is fuel efficiency and they told me it's 12 km to 1 liter, but the most I got is only 10 km per liter.