Ford has thrown together a special ‘adventure’ accessories pack for its largest off-road SUV.

FORD HAS QUIETLY introduced a limited-edition Everest option pack into the lineup, the aptly-named Everest BaseCamp.

The pack consists of gear such as awnings, roof racks, and a snorkel, and can be fitted to any Everest model from the base-grade Ambiente to the top-grade Titanium, and either rear-wheel or four-wheel drive models with the 3.2- or 2.0-litre diesel turbo engines.

Source: Ford Australia

The BaseCamp joins the new Everest Sport which was also ushered into showrooms this month, though Ford tells us just 300 BaseCamp packs are available.

Source: Ford Australia

Included are a tow bar, nudge bar, bonnet protector, snorkel, light bar, roof racks with a large Pioneer platform and a Sunseeker awning.

Pricing for the BaseCamp pack is an additional $2000, a saving of around $4000 according to Ford which says the extras retail for $6000 if purchased separately. 

Source: Ford Australia

Further to the included accessories are individual extras, such as ski, bike and kayak racks, bullbar and a larger Rhino-Rack awning.

The Everest BaseCamp pack is available from dealers now.

2020 Ford Everest price (plus on-road costs):

Everest Ambiente RWD (3.2L) – $49,490

Everest Ambiente 4WD (3.2L) – $54,490

Everest Trend RWD (2.0L) – $56,490

Everest Trend 4WD (3.2L) – $60,290

Everest Trend 4WD (2.0L) – $61,790

Everest Sport 4WD (3.2L) – $62,290

Everest Sport 4WD (2.0L) – $63,790

Everest Titanium 4WD (2.0L) – $72,590

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