2019 Ford Endeavour changes explained in video

Ford will soon launch the facelifted version of the Endeavour in the Indian market. It is a mid-life update based on the all-new Ford Endeavour and will be launched later this month. The new, updated version of the Endeavour has started reaching the dealerships and here are all the changes in the upcoming car when compared to the current version.

The new Ford Endeavour gets a new grille, which now matches the family design of Ford SUVs and pick-ups globally. It gets a new bumper, and the fog lamps now get black inserts. The facelifted Endeavour also gets new alloy wheels that look much better than the ones available with the current version of the SUV. They are diamond-cut and add a muscular look to the SUV. The size of the alloy wheels and the profile of the tyres remain similar to the current version of the Endeavour.

The new Ford Endeavour will be available in five shades, and the one we get to see in the video is a new colour, which goes by the name – Diffused Silver. At the rear, there are not many changes in the SUV. It gets a similar tail lamp. The bumper has been updated, and it complements the front bumper now. The boot lip gets a rubber-finish, which will save the vehicle from any scratches while loading the luggage inside the boot.

2019 Ford Endeavour changes explained in video

The video also says that Ford will offer the 2.2-litre diesel engine with the facelifted Endeavour and it will be available with a manual transmission. Currently, the Endeavour 2.2-litre is only available with an automatic transmission. Even the 3.2-litre engine version is available only with an automatic transmission. The 3.2-litre engine option will continue to come only with the automatic option.

On the inside, the door handles get gloss black finish, and the same piano black finish inserts can be seen in the other parts of the door. The dashboard of the facelifted version has been updated with new soft-touch material. It offers a much plusher feel. The steering wheel is also wrapped in leather. The dashboard now gets gloss black panels, which make it look quite right. The touchscreen infotainment system has been updated with the new SYNC3 system. The gear knob has been updated, and it seems premium with chrome insert. The new Endeavour also gets a push start/stop button. The driver seat can be adjusted electrically.

The new Ford Endeavour also gets a full-blown Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) and Forward Collision Warning system. These features were not shown in the video. The power output and the engine specifications of the upcoming Endeavour will remain the same as the current version of the vehicle. The 2.2-litre diesel engine produces a maximum of 158 Bhp – 385 Nm. The 3.2-litre engine delivers a maximum of 197 Bhp – 470 Nm.

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