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Ford Endeavour Variants Explained

Ford's flagship SUV in the Indian market – The New Endeavour – has proven its mettle in the one year it has been here. Not only has it outshone competitors in terms of design, features and capability, it has risen to become the highest selling premium SUV in India. Ford even doled out a festive bonanza recently by reducing the Endeavour’s prices . it now comes at an attractive price tag of Rs 23.78 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

The SUV comes with two diesel engine options – a 2.2-litre and a 3.2-litre. The smaller engine produces 160PS at 3200rpm with 385Nm torque at 1600-2500rpm, while the bigger one produces 200PS at 3000rpm with 470Nm of torque at 1750-2500rpm. These engine options come in two variants – Trend and Titanium. The Trend variant offers the same features in both the engine options, but the Titanium 3.2-litre packs certain extra features over the Titanium 2.2-litre. Let's take a detailed look at each of the variants and find out what all features they have to offer.

Trend

Mechanical overview

Variant Engine Power Torque Transmission Drive Fuel Economy Price
Trend 2.2-litre TDCI Diesel 160PS 385Nm 6-Speed Manual 4X4 13.50kmpl Rs 23.78 Lakh
2.2-litre TDCI Diesel 160PS 385Nm 6-Speed Automatic 4X2 12.62kmpl Rs 23.78 Lakh
3.2-litre TDCI Diesel 200PS 470Nm 6-Speed Automatic 4X4 10.91kmpl Rs 25.93 Lakh

Even though this is the base trim of the Endeavour, the Trend variant comes loaded with features. The list of equipment you get remains the same in all the three mechanical configurations listed above. If you are looking to make a move to the premium SUV space for the first time, the Trend variant makes perfect sense since it contains all the gadgetry and comfort-essentials which one could expect from a Rs 25 lakh SUV. Also, you can decide which drive option you want, since both the 4X2 and the 4X4 options are available. Here are some of the key highlights of the Endeavour Trend.

Exterior

  • Body-coloured door handles
  • Black side stepper

Interior

  • Front bucket seats
  • Front and rear armrest
  • Second row reclining and sliding function
  • Four power outlets
  • Eight-way power adjustable driver seat
  • Leather upholstery with leather-wrapped gear knob and steering wheel
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Driver-side one-touch up/down power window
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control
  • Rear-view camera with display
  • Adjustable speed limiter
  • Cruise control
  • Passenger sun visor with mirror

Infotainment

  • CD/MP3, FM/AM, Aux-in, Bluetooth, dual USB ports
  • 10 Speakers
  • Active noise cancellation
  • SYNC (with voice control)
  • TFT touchscreen

Safety

  • Anti-lock Braking System + Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (ABS+EBD)
  • Dual front airbags
  • Electronic Stability Program (ESP)
  • Hill Launch Assist

Titanium

Mechanical overview

Variant Engine Power Torque Transmission Drive Fuel Economy Price
Titanium 2.2-litre TDCI Diesel 160PS 385Nm 6-Speed Automatic 4X2 12.62kmpl Rs 27.50 Lakh
3.2-litre TDCI Diesel 200PS 470Nm 6-Speed Automatic 4X4 10.91kmpl Rs 29.76 Lakh

2.2-Litre Titanium

The mid-variant Endeavour has a lot more comfort, convenience and safety features than the Trend variants. The 2.2-litre Endeavour Titanium is the best buy for someone who is in the market for a premium SUV loaded to the brim with features. In addition to the equipment present in the Trend variant, this trim has:

Exterior

  • Chrome door handles and ORVMs
  • Silver side stepper

Interior

  • LED DRLs and tail lights
  • Multi-colour ambient lighting
  • Front scuff plates with graphics
  • One-touch up/down power window for driver and passenger
  • Illuminated sun visor with mirror
  • Auto-dimming mirrors
  • Automatic headlamps
  • Front parking sensor

Safety

  • Tyre pressure monitor system
  • Volumetric burglar alarm
  • Side and curtain airbags (six airbags)

3.2-Litre Titanium

A fully loaded and a true-blue off-roader, the 3.2-litre Titanium Ford Endeavour checks every single box in a luxury SUV checklist. What makes this trim the ultimate buy is the combination of brute power and premium comfort. Not to forget the 'Terrain Management System' which gets you out of any sticky or slippery situation with ease. Apart from the features mentioned above, the top-end 3.2-litre Titanium trim of the Ford Endeavour packs:

Exterior

  • Side mirror puddle lamp
  • Heated side mirrors

Interior

  • Semi-auto parallel park assist
  • Power folding third-row seat
  • Electric panoramic sunroof
  • Terrain Management system (with all 4WD variants)
  • Hill descent control (with all 4WD variants)

Safety

  • Driver knee airbag (seven airbags)

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