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How is the new Ford Endeavour different with its older versions?

By: Hari on 7 may 2014

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The new Ford Endeavour was unvieled at the 2014 Auto Expo and has claimed to have many cosmetic changes both inside and outside of the car. The most prominent one being the new octagonal front grille which makes it inline with the Ford's new family face. The exteriors are more or less the same apart from the new grille and new housings of fog lights and headlights. The side graphics are also changed and an added feature is the blind spot mirror on the passenger side and 16 inch wheels. On the inside the only addition is the touch screen infotainment system, bluetooth and reversing camera. The SUV retains the same 2.5L and 3.0L duratorq diesel engines, however the facelifted model offers 4 wheel drive and automatic transmission exclusively with the 3.0L engine.

Sonal Gupta    2014-05-07

New Ford Endeavour comes with lot of cosmetics upgrades to the interiors and the exteriors of the car. This has been done to match the styling of other face lifted cars from the Ford family. The engine and driving dynamics remain the same. The front grille now has the octagonal design seen in other cars as well. Apart from this the headlights, bumper, tail lamps and fog lamps have been redesigned. The interiors gets a touchscreen infotainment system, Bluetooth connectivity and a reverse parking camera. The top variants have leather upholstery.

Tapas   2014-07-19

Ford Endeavour new avatar was available to see in the year of 2014. The first thing you notice about Ford Endeavour is the cosmetic changes like touch of chrome all across the body especially the new chrome grille in front of radiator and projector lamps complete the front aggressive looks. The side profile blessed with stylish graphics and wide alloy wheels and strong shoulder lines. Overall Ford Endeavour new avatar looks like a master piece and anyone would love to stare on this beast.

Ayushi   2014-09-27

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