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Ford Endeavour Review
Ford is known for its big-fat SUVs and trucks across the globe and here in India the Endeavour is their flagship SUV on offer. The seven-seat mammoth sits on the old-school ladder frame chassis and is offered in three trims with two engine and two gearbox and all-wheel drive options. The current generation of the Endeavour was launched in India in back in 2015 and is due for a facelift in 2019....read full review
The big SUV, literally in every sense, the Ford Endeavour comes with fresh cosmetic details and more features. This time around the company has excluded the Trend variant and the SUV is now available only in Titanium and Titanium+ variants. Along with the new features, the SUV gets a manual option for the 2.2-litre engine with a 4x2 configuration.
The latest iteration of the Endeavour gets a blink-and-miss cosmetic update. For freshness, the grille now gets redesigned horizontal louvres and a chrome finish. The headlight gets a smoky effect and the bumper has been tweaked to give it a sporty appeal. The vehicle sits on newly designed 18-inch alloy wheels and the tail lamps get LED inserts. This time around, the SUV gets one new exterior colour called Diffused Silver and it replaces the Smoke Grey colour of the older model.
The Endeavour comes with black and beige interior. The cabin layout resembles from the existing model. All variants of this updated Endeavour get six airbags, eight-inch SYNC3 infotainment system, ABS with EBD, stability assist, hill start assist, power driver’s seat and leather upholstery. The top-spec trim also comes with panoramic sunroof, eight-way adjustable driver’s seat, TPMS, power folding third-row seat, semi-auto parallel park assist, one touch window, front parking sensors, and other off-roading hardware.
Under the hood, the Endeavour is available in two diesel engine options. The 2.2-litre four-cylinder diesel engine produces 158bhp of power and 385Nm of torque. The 3.2-litre five-cylinder engine produces 197bhp of power and 470Nm. The 2.2-litre unit can be had with a six-speed manual or a six-speed AT while the 3.2-litre engine can only be had with a six-speed AT and 4X4 as standard.