At the time of its launch last year, the Endeavour was available in six versions. However, it has now come down to only three trims. The company has discontinued the 2.2 4x4 MT Trend and 3.2 4x4 AT Trends variants from the Indian market. Last year, the automaker had taken off the 2.2 4x2 Trend version the portfolio.
As per its official website, the Endeavour is offered in three variants, 2.2 4x2 AT Trend, 2.2 4x2 AT Titanium and the most expensive version, 3.2 4x4 AT Titanium. Ford hasn’t given any reason for the trim level changes, but we believe that the company is facing the heat from Toyota, thanks to its impressive new Fortuner sales. Ford might have figured out in the last year that these variants are the least selling ones, so it doesn’t make sense having them in the portfolio. This would greatly help in improving its overall efficiency in the supply chain management.
In the meantime, Ford has already started testing the facelifted version of the Endeavour internationally.