Everest has advanced technologies1 to help you parallel park, avoid collisions and more. Active park assist1 helps you
find a spot, then steers the vehicle into place as you shift gears and control the brake and accelerator pedals. BLIS®
(Blind Spot Information System) with cross-traffic alert1 uses sideview mirror lights to warn of traffic detected in blind
spots as you’re driving forward, or nearing either side as you’re slowly backing up. Adaptive cruise control and collision
warning with brake support1 flashes a warning on the windshield, sounds an alarm, and preps the braking system to help
if a potential front-end collision is detected. The Lane-Keeping System1 detects lane markings with a forward-facing
camera and can send vibration pulses to the steering wheel and apply steering torque if needed, prompting you to steer
back toward center.
Everest is available with many luxurious features including leather seat trim,1 a power liftgate,1 and dual-zone electronic
automatic temperature control (DEATC).1 With 3 rows of seats, it has plenty of room for 7 passengers. And when you need to
carry extra cargo, there’s a massive 2,010 liters of space with the 2nd- and 3rd-row seats folded.