The SUV range now starts with the Titanium+ 4×2 variant which costs Rs. 33.80 lakh (ex-showroom).
Ford has discontinued the base variant of the Endeavour. The SUV is no longer available in Titanium 4×2 trim and therefore, the range now starts with the Titanium+ 4×2 variant which costs Rs. 33.80 lakh (ex-showroom).
The Titanium 4×2 cost almost Rs. 4 lakh less than the Titanium+ trim. However, it also missed out on some features like ambient lighting, panoramic sunroof, 8-way electrically adjustable passenger seat, folding third-row seat and one-touch up / down power windows.
There are quite a few safety features that this variant didn’t get. That includes semi-auto parallel park assist, driver knee airbag, front parking sensors and electronic IRVM.
Back in December 2020, Ford had deleted 2 front speakers and the steel scuff plates from the Titanium 4×2 variant. The Titanium+ and Sport trims also lose the Aux Heater.
The Endeavour comes with a 2.0-litre diesel engine that produces 168 BHP and 420 Nm. A 10-speed automatic transmission is available as standard across all variants, while all-wheel drive is offered in both Titanium+ and Sport trims.
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