Endeavour price in bangalore dating

endeavour price in bangalore dating

The very first Ford Endeavour we got in 2003 was everything the market lacked - a big old pickup truck style SUV. Traditional and all American - the car stood out and stood tall in the meagre SUV...

Ford left a mark in customers’ mind with its premium SUV Endeavour when it ventured in Indian market, however the spotlight was stolen by other sizable offerings in the segment dimming Endeavour’s gleam. Back with a vengeance, the SUV gets a series of upgrades raising the bar for rivals. Visually, the SUV looks bigger in terms of stance and better in context of styling. A comprehensive update has been bestowed upon interior and there is a prominent transformation on the space front. Seating layout for seven affirms the above statement across rows. Equipment list is rich and on par with competitors, yes there are a few setbacks but not as eminent to overlap the good work done by Ford. 


The all diesel engine line-up comes with a choice of two powertrains, a 2.2 litre diesel motor and a 3.2 litre diesel mill. Available in two-wheel and all-wheel drive variants, the 2.2 litre, four cylinder diesel engine makes 160PS at 3200rpm along with 385Nm between 1600rpm to 2500rpm. The engine comes with an option of a six-speed manual and a six-speed automatic gearbox. On the other hand the 3.2 litre, five cylinder diesel engine is good for 200PS of peak power at 3000rpm along with 470Nm of torque between 1750rpm to 2500rpm. Drive is sent to all four wheels via a six-speed automatic tranny, the two wheel drive and manual gearbox option are not available with this engine.

Of the two engines, the lower displacement 2.2 litre diesel motor is more efficient, easily pulling off playful performance. On the contrary the 3.2 litre engine seems stiff and uneasy, despite the noise cancellation system it develops fair amount of noise. Moreover the six-speed auto box doesn’t respond well, hence clearly letting the manual take lead.


Ford has incorporated a SYNC system with voice control and a TFT touch screen is also fitted inside. An integrated active noise cancellation device enables to keep the cabin quiet. Music can also be played through FM/AM radio system, AUX-In, USB ports (dual), CD and MP3 player. Cabin gets 10 integrated speakers and Bluetooth connectivity.


Braking power is provided by a set of disc brakes fitted in front and rear. Besides, the SUV comes with anti-lock-braking system with electronic brake force distribution, electronic stability program and traction control to further bolster the braking action. Ride and handling is impressive, the humongous SUV is agile and the active electric steering wheel takes on all challenges confidently. Suspension is smooth too and manages to balance the vehicle on almost all types of surfaces.


Cushioning passengers from all sides are multiple airbags employed in front for driver and co-passenger along with sidebags, curtain bags and driver keen bag. A raft of other important safety features aboard are hill launch assist, emergency assistance,  engine immobilizer, driver & passenger seat belt reminder, seatbelt pretensioner, Ford MyKey, volumetric burglar alarm and hill descent control.

Ford Endeavour 2017 gets SYNC3, which means it now has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Unfortunately there is a hike in price and the updated prices are below. What is the exact increase? We aren’t certain, we have asked Ford about it. So there has been a price hike for addition of a new feature, which is somewhat common even in smaller cars like Maruti Ignis, Volkswagen Polo. Want to buy the new Ford Endeavour 2017? Read further about it.

The Ford Ranger pick-up platform underpins the all-new Ford Endeavour 2016.  This is a ladder -on-frame construction and has its inherent strengths of durability and ruggedness. It doesn’t have a jazzy styling but looks premium. The Ford Endeavour 2016 reminds you of the classic American muscle trucks. It comes with a new trapezoidal front grille which has horizontal slats. Then there are projector headlamps with LED DRLs, a roof-mounted rear spoiler and 18-inch alloy wheels. An Endeavour branded chrome strip runs across the tailgate between the tail lamp clusters. This makes it look premium.

The Ford Endeavour 2016 is rugged and sleek. This SUV is 4892mm long and has a ground clearance of 225mm. This allows the Ford Endeavour 2016 to tackle any kind of terrain with ease. The menacing road presence and massive size can make the weak tremble. This makes the Ford Endeavour 2016 stand out in a crowd.

The Ford Endeavour 2016 has a tall stance and you are in command of the road while being seated. The contemporary interiors provide a premium feel. The neat, straight and a proportionately laid out dashboard is pleasing to the eyes. The colour theme is two-tone black and light beige which looks rich and feels luxurious too. The dashboard top is covered in leather. A touch-screen is placed in the centre with two vertical AC vents on either sides. The Auto AC switches of the Ford Endeavour 2016 are placed below which feature a dual zone climate control.

The steering wheel of the Ford Endeavour 2016 is chunky and a delight to use. It is loaded with buttons on both sides, which are for the audio, bluetooth, cruise control and the multi information display. The instrument cluster of the Ford Endeavour 2016 is an interesting one. It has a small analogue speedometer in the centre, with two screens on either side. The left side screen is an interface for the audio, bluetooth telephony, outside temperature, compass and digital clock. The right side screen has a fuel gauge and a digital tachometer that also doubles up as the trip meter and fuel efficiency info. A gear indicator sits below the speedometer.

The third row seats are electrically foldable, with the help of a button placed in the boot. This makes it very convenient during loading luggage. The Ford Endeavour 2016 also has an electric boot.

The Ford Endeavour 2016 has two engine options, one is a 2.2-litre diesel with 158bhp of power at 3200rpm and 385Nm torque at 1600-2500rpm. The other is a 3.2-litre diesel unit with 198bhp of power at 3000rpm and a massive 470Nm torque at 1750-2500rpm. The 2.2-litre engine comes mated to a six-speed manual as well as a six-speed automatic transmission. The manual gearbox has a 4×2 as well as a 4×4 option. The 3.2-litre comes only with the six-speed automatic and 4×4 option in the Ford Endeavour 2016.

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Launched way back in India in 2003, the first generation Ford Endeavour (known as the Ford Everest, elsewhere in the world) started the premium SUV segment in India and has been among the most sought  . . .   Read more»

The blue oval has had it’s share of hits and misses in the country. While vehicles like the Ikon and the Fiesta were runaway hits, certain models like the Mondeo or the updated Fiesta simply failed to make an impression on Indian consumers.  2015 was an extremely good year for Ford India. The Figo twins and the updated EcoSport are currently leading Ford’s arsenal for the Indian market.

However, their claim to fame in India, their piece de resistance, something that helped Ford be an established name in the market was lurking in the shadows and eventually forgotten. However, Ford has now launched an all-new generation of the much loved Endeavour. Can it add to Ford’s revival or be the heaviest anchor in their portfolio? Let’s find out!

The Endeavour, in our books is currently the best big SUV you can place your money on. It seems to have all the right boxes ticked. It has the power, it has the technology and most importantly, the presence and aura an SUV in this price slab should have.

If you are in the market for a double XL sized SUV, the Endeavour is a brilliant package. It remains to be seen how it fares against the updated Fortuner, whenever Toyota launch it, that is.

The Endeavour was initially launched in December 2003. It received subsequent facelifts in 2007, 2008 and 2009. Updates were mostly cosmetic, save for the 3.0 litre engine that was made available 2008 onwards. However, now; 7 years later - the Endeavour hits Indian shores in a brand new avatar. Read a detailed post on the Endeavour’s evolution  here .

With the addition of Ford’s latest SYNC 3 infotainment system, the Endeavour now offers support for both Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto. Read Full News

Ford has gone a step ahead and reduced the prices of its Endeavour by a huge amount of up to Rs 2.82 lakh. Tap to know, which variant gets the maximum benefit. Read Full News



Ford Endeavour Price in India, Review, Pics, Specs.

Ford Endeavour 2017 gets SYNC3, which means it now has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Unfortunately there is a hike in price and the updated prices are below. What is the exact increase? We aren’t certain, we have asked Ford about it. So there has been a price hike for addition of a new feature, which is somewhat common even in smaller cars like Maruti Ignis, Volkswagen Polo. Want to buy the new Ford Endeavour 2017? Read further about it.

The Ford Ranger pick-up platform underpins the all-new Ford Endeavour 2016.  This is a ladder -on-frame construction and has its inherent strengths of durability and ruggedness. It doesn’t have a jazzy styling but looks premium. The Ford Endeavour 2016 reminds you of the classic American muscle trucks. It comes with a new trapezoidal front grille which has horizontal slats. Then there are projector headlamps with LED DRLs, a roof-mounted rear spoiler and 18-inch alloy wheels. An Endeavour branded chrome strip runs across the tailgate between the tail lamp clusters. This makes it look premium.

The Ford Endeavour 2016 is rugged and sleek. This SUV is 4892mm long and has a ground clearance of 225mm. This allows the Ford Endeavour 2016 to tackle any kind of terrain with ease. The menacing road presence and massive size can make the weak tremble. This makes the Ford Endeavour 2016 stand out in a crowd.

The Ford Endeavour 2016 has a tall stance and you are in command of the road while being seated. The contemporary interiors provide a premium feel. The neat, straight and a proportionately laid out dashboard is pleasing to the eyes. The colour theme is two-tone black and light beige which looks rich and feels luxurious too. The dashboard top is covered in leather. A touch-screen is placed in the centre with two vertical AC vents on either sides. The Auto AC switches of the Ford Endeavour 2016 are placed below which feature a dual zone climate control.

The steering wheel of the Ford Endeavour 2016 is chunky and a delight to use. It is loaded with buttons on both sides, which are for the audio, bluetooth, cruise control and the multi information display. The instrument cluster of the Ford Endeavour 2016 is an interesting one. It has a small analogue speedometer in the centre, with two screens on either side. The left side screen is an interface for the audio, bluetooth telephony, outside temperature, compass and digital clock. The right side screen has a fuel gauge and a digital tachometer that also doubles up as the trip meter and fuel efficiency info. A gear indicator sits below the speedometer.

The third row seats are electrically foldable, with the help of a button placed in the boot. This makes it very convenient during loading luggage. The Ford Endeavour 2016 also has an electric boot.

The Ford Endeavour 2016 has two engine options, one is a 2.2-litre diesel with 158bhp of power at 3200rpm and 385Nm torque at 1600-2500rpm. The other is a 3.2-litre diesel unit with 198bhp of power at 3000rpm and a massive 470Nm torque at 1750-2500rpm. The 2.2-litre engine comes mated to a six-speed manual as well as a six-speed automatic transmission. The manual gearbox has a 4×2 as well as a 4×4 option. The 3.2-litre comes only with the six-speed automatic and 4×4 option in the Ford Endeavour 2016.