Ford Endeavour prices hiked by up to Rs 1.2 lakh, now start from Rs 29.99 lakh
Ford India has increased prices of the BSVI Ford Endeavour by up to Rs 1.2 lakh. The brand had stated at the launch of the updated SUV that prices would increase after April 30 BSVI deadline, but the COVID-19 situation seems to have delayed that move.
Prices of the Endeavour now start at Rs 29.99 lakh for the base Titanium 4x2 AT. This is a Rs 44,000 increase over the introductory Rs 29.55 lakh. The Endeavour Titanium Plus 4x2 AT is now priced at Rs 32.75 lakh while the Titanium Plus 4x2 AT comes in at Rs 34.45 lakh. These are a hike of Rs 1.2 lakh for both (all-prices-ex-showroom).
The EcoBlue diesel engine churns out 172.3PS and 420Nm, which is a decrease in power in comparison to the outgoing Duratorq diesel engine which produced 202PS and 470Nm but does outpower the 2.2 litre, four cylinder diesel engine that produces 162PS and 387Nm. The company says that the ARAI claimed mileage for the 2.0 EcoBlue in 4X2 form is 13.9 kmpl, which is higher than the older 2.2-litre AT's 12.62 kmpl figure. The new Endeavour 2.0 is rated at 12.4 kmpl, which is again an increase than the outgoing 3.2-litre 4x4 version's 10.6 kmpl ARAI figure.
The BSVI Ford Endeavour looks similar to the outgoing model, with a slight change in the headlamps which provide up to 20 per cent greater lighting penetration for enhanced nighttime visibility. The SUV comes with the company's mobility and connectivity app - FordPass. The system offers functions like starting, stopping, locking or unlocking the vehicle, information regarding remaining fuel levels & distance to empty & locating their vehicle remotely.
The Ford SUV continues to offer features like Terrain Management System (TMS), SYNC 3 with 8-inch touchscreen and Apple CarPlay, A panoramic sun-roof, covering up to 50 per cent of the roof, Semi-Auto Parallel Park Assist, push start button, hand-free power lift rear gate, and 8-way power-adjustable driver & front passenger seat. The SUV also gets Hill launch assist and hill descent control.
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