Ford's Everest PPV set for delivery

Ford's Everest PPV set for delivery

Ford is ready to deliver the first units of the new Everest PPV (Pickup Passenger Vehicle) to Thai customers as well as over 100 markets around the world from the AutoAlliance Thailand assembly facility in Rayong.

According to a press release from Ford Thailand, deliveries to the first group of Thai customers will commence today.

"The new Everest is liked by Thai customers and orders are flowing in continuously. We believe that customers have a great experience owning this piece of engineering from Ford," Ford Thailand managing director Wichit Wongwatthanakan said.

Everest is available in four variants with prices ranging from 1,334,000 baht to 1,854,000 baht.

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