The all new 2019 Ford Endeavour is as big and muscular as ever. Contrasting to the trending edgy design, there are no sharp body-lines, no sleek headlamps, just large wheel arches and panels that give a whole lot of muscle and plus-sized appealing looks to the 2019 Ford Endeavour. The new Endeavour is available in five colour options – Diffused Silver, Sunset Red, Diamond White, Absolute Black and Moondust Silver. As per ARIA, the facelift Ford Endeavour has a mileage of 12.62 to 14.2 kmpl, depending on the driving conditions.
The 2019 Ford Endeavour facelift sports a bold chrome plated hexagonal front grille and redesigned front bumper. And to protect the SUV’s underbody, the Ford Endeavour has skid plates integrated into front and rear bumpers. The new 18-inch alloy wheels give enough ground clearance and the ORVMs have puddle lamps as well. The side and rear profile are subtly reworked in the updated version. The LED taillights are standard in all trims.
Now with a premium leather upholstery and beige and black dual-tone interior the new Ford Endeavour has a fine touch to it. With spacious interiors, dual-zone climate control with additional AC vents for rear rows and 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system powered by Ford’s SYNC3 connectivity system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, the new model also has multi-functioning steering wheel with button controls for cruise control, voice command, music and more. All of that and also total 6 airbags, ABS with EBS and all wheel disc brakes is standard in all range. The top trim, Titanium Plus gets panoramic sunroof, 8-way power operated driver and passenger seats, ambient lighting, parallel parking assist, front parking sensors, one-touch window opening and closing. It also features additional knee airbag for driver, terrain management system along with four-wheel-drive system with hill descent control and hill launch assist. Hands-free power liftgate is a new feature added. The fuel tank has a capacity of 80 Liters.
The new Endeavour sources its power from Ford’s tried and tested 2 diesel engine options. A 4-cylinder 2.2L engine that gives max. power of 157bhp at 3200rpm and max. torque of 385Nm at 1600-2500rpm and also a bigger 5-cylinder 3.2L engine that gives peak 197bhp at 3000rpm and 470Nm of torque at 1750-2500rpm. While both engines are available in auto transmission, the 2.2L engine is offered in 6-speed manual gearbox as well.
The 7-seater new facelift Ford Endeavour is a host of features and ready to take on the premium SUV segment rivals – Toyota Fortuner, Mahindra Altrus G4, Skoda Kodiaq and Isuzu MU-X. The updated Ford Endeavour is offered in three variants and two diesel engine options. 2019.
• Solid build quality and driving dynamics • Lots of safety features • Can easily accommodate 7 adults • Panoramic sunroof and good interiors • No manual option for 3.2L engine • No telescopic steering