Ford Endeavour or Everest is a popular SUV in many international markets and this 2023 version is quite capable.
While people in India were excited about the features of the new-gen Ford Endeavour, their dreams were shattered when Ford announced that it was quitting manufacturing in India altogether. The Endeavour was the only worthy competitor to the Toyota Fortuner SUV in our market. People were left in shock when they heard that the American carmaker will not be producing any more vehicles in our market. Now, the new-gen Ford Endeavour (Everest) is making headlines in many international markets.
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New-Gen Ford Endeavour Features
The TVC shows a man with his child travelling to the other family with whom a picnic is planned. The SUV has a large portrait-styled touchscreen infotainment display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a large Panoramic Sunroof, Digital Instrument Cluster, ISOFIX Child Seat Mounts, Hands-free Powered Tailgate, 50:50 Third-Row Split Seat, Voice Commands, Powered Front Seats, 4×4 Driving Modes, All-Black Interiors and much more. One has to agree that the cabin is full of modern amenities and technological functions.
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The front end of the new-gen Ford Endeavour is quite butch and massive. The C-shaped LED DRLs flank the LED headlights, the dual chrome slabs are neatly integrated connecting the headlights, the bonnet is upright, the fog housing and the chunky skid plate extend a sporty appearance to the fascia. On the sides, one can witness the massive wheel arches that are partially filled by 18-inch machined alloy wheels with signify enough suspension travel for off-roading scenarios, the side steps enhance the ingress and egress characteristics, and the roof rails complete the SUV silhouette. The tail end is quite updated too with a glass panel connecting the two LED taillamps and a sturdy bumper.
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For the Vietnamese version, the newgen Ford Endeavour (Everest) comes with a 2.0-litre diesel engine with single and bi-turbo variants. The former develops 168 hp and 405 Nm, while the latter churns out 207 hp and 500 Nm of peak power and torque. There are options of choosing between a 6-speed manual or a 10-speed automatic gearbox. Everest is available in 4×2 and 4×4 configurations. Share your thoughts regarding the new-gen Ford Endeavour and did you want this to make it to our shores.