Here is a summary of all the different versions that the Ford Endeavour comes in. There are 4 different trim levels on offer with the most affordable being the 2.0 Titanium 4x2 AT version .All the versions of the Endeavour come with a automatic gearbox set-up. Each version's ARAI rated fuel economy is also mentioned below. To know more about each version, click its name below.
|2.0 Titanium 4x2 ATDiesel,Upto 13.9,Automatic||₹ 29.99 Lakh|
|2.0 Titanium+ 4x2 ATDiesel,Upto 13.9,Automatic||₹ 33.10 Lakh|
|2.0 Titanium+ 4x4 ATDiesel,Upto 12.4,Automatic||₹ 34.80 Lakh|
The Ford Endeavour is one of the 5 different models from the house of Ford. Prices for this SUV start from Rs 2999000 and buyers can pick from as many as 4 different versions. The transmission option on the Ford Endeavour is limited to Automatic only. The Endeavour offers a max power of 170PS. Some of the main rivals include Toyota Fortuner and MG Gloster.
I own a 2019 Ford Endeavour 3.2-L Titanium Plus 4X4. So far, the car has run 50,000 kilometres as it is used for work purposes. The engine is very powerful and reliable. The ride quality is great and even when driven under load, there is no dearth of power. The design of the car is very imposing and looks really nice. The overall build quality of the vehicle is great and feels very robust. Since the car is mostly driven on the highway, it always gives me more than 11 KMPL on regular basis. The after sales support and overall service experience so far has been great and I expect the brand to continue this. Apart from that, the only bad part about this car is lack of 4X2 mode as the car always stays in 4X4 mode, which is not always required.
I am a proud owner of a 2018 Ford Endeavour 2.2-L 4X2. I use this car for my office travel and also for highway travel once in a while. The fuel economy that the car returns stands at around 10 KMPL in mixed usage. I have driven a number of SUVs and I can easily claim that the Ford Endeavour is one of the best ladder-on-frame SUV when it comes to overall driving dynamics and steering feedback. Had my budget been a little more, I would have definitely gone for the 3.2-L engine but I am highly satisfied with my car. The after sales support is great and I had to once get a faulty ABS sensor replaced, which was handled by the brand very efficiently. The regular service costs me around Rs 7-8 thousand per visit.
I bought the new Ford Endeavour with the 2.0-L engine. I have driven the car for only 5 thousand kilometres till now. It is a Titanium model in black colour. I love the road presence of the vehicle and it looks absolutely stunning because of its bold and bulky design language. The interiors feels premium and the seats too are comfortable. However, I would have appreciated if the brand provided more space in the last row. Apart from that, the new 2.0-L engine is very smooth and there is hardly any noise that filters inside the cabin. The 10-speed gearbox is quick with the shifts. I have also driven the 3.2-L engine and that feels more powerful but this engine feels more mature in the overall power delivery. I will update this thread in future and add-on about my experiences.
I bought the Ford Endeavour in the year 2017. It is a Titanium Plus 3.2-L 4X4 model and has run about 60 thousand kilometres so far. I primarily use this vehicle for highway travel while in addition to this, I also use it occasionally for my office commute. I bought this SUV because I loved the way it looked. The old school design language and the bulky design look really nice. The interiors too are very premium and the car is extremely comfortable on long drives and on the highways. The engine feels very smooth and has surplus power, enough to briskly pick-up the speeds whenever required. The gearbox is a 6-speed AT unit, which has decent gear ratios, but could have been better. The car returns around 7-10 KMPL in city traffic but on the highways, it delivers around 12 KMPL. The service costs so far have always been below Rs 10,000 and the after sales support is decent too.