Ford Endeavour Facelift Will Come To India In 2019, Engine May Not Be Changed
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The Ford Endeavour also known as the Everest is going to be globally launch the facelift in mid 2018 and it will come to India in 2019. Recently the car has been spotted testing in Australia and Thailand.
The car will come equipped with a 2.0 litre 4 cylinder diesel engine, which will churn out a power of 182 PS and 420 Nm torque, or 215 PS power and 500 Nm torque (with twin turbo). A 10 speed automatic transmission system will be tagged along. The Ford beauty currently runs on 2.2 litre, 4 cylinder and a 3.2 litre 5 cylinder diesel engine in India. These engines has a 6 speed automatic transmission system. It is quite not sure if they would change the engine specifications or continue upgrading the current model in India. The BS VI emission norms, which will be issued on April 2020, will also be taken care of while the upgradation of the Endeavour. Though it won’t make it to India but the Ford has incorporated the emergency braking with pedestrian detection system in their seven seat SUV.
Triple slat front grille, HID headlamps ,panaromic sunroof and 20 inch six spoke alloy wheels are some of the features one should expect to see in the Ford Endeavour facelift. The ebony dark interior of the car gives it a classy look. The rear end is quite similar to that of the present version of the car. The car gives a mileage of 12.62 kmpl. Keyless entry, engine auto start and push button start features will also make an appearance in the SUV.
Toyota Fortuner, SsyangYong Rexton, Isuzu mu-X, Mitsubishi Pajero Sport and the Skoda Kodiaq, are the potential rivals of the Ford Endeavour. The Ford Endeavour is expected to come at a price of Rs. 26,32,800., says their official website. India though doesn’t have much to be excited about the minor cosmetic changes and the keyless entry and push button start features. The quality of the car is still going to be much higher than its previous versions.