New Ford Endeavour comes with subtle cosmetic changes and feature updates, powertrain options are likely to remain same
Ford Endeavour has been one of the most tech-laden premium SUV in India. Now, with the current model spent quite some time, new Ford Endeavour is a need of the hour. The 2019 Ford Endeavour is ready to hit the Indian market sometime in March this year. It will arrive with subtle cosmetic changes and some feature updates as well.
The Ford Endeavour facelift has been globally unveiled and it shows only a few changes at the exterior without hurting the basic silhouette. It gets a revised front bumper and slightly redesigned front grille. The shiny and big front grille is flanked by projector headlamps and integrated LED daytime running lights.
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Moving to side profile, the SUV looks very muscular and it runs on large alloy wheels. New alloy design is a possibility we can expect in the 2019 Ford Endeavour. Rear profile too could come carrying some changes at taillights and bumper. However, it is not confirmed yet. While the layout of the interior is expected to be similar to the current model, we can hope for a couple of feature updates.
The touchscreen infotainment system will come updated, while seat and upholstery materials will be of improved quality. There will be some convenience features include Passive Keyless Entry, push-start button and foot activated power-assisted tailgate. The global-spec Ford Endeavour facelift gets Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) with Pedestrian Detection and Vehicle Detection. However, these safety features are unlikely to be available in the India-spec model.
India-spec 2019 Ford Endeavour could come retaining the same engines as the present model. The current Ford Endeavour is available with 2.2-litre and 3.2-litre engine options. Power and torque output too would remain the same in the upcoming new Endeavour. Transmission too will be unchanged. Speaking about price, it could be available at a slightly higher price compared to the current model.