Ford has revamped the lineup for the Endeavour SUV in the Indian market and the car will now have only three variants in comparison to the six variants that it possessed during its launch.
The second variant revision for the Endeavour has led to the 2.2 4x4 MT Trend and 3.2 4x4 AT Trend variants being discontinued in the country. The entry level 2.2 4x2 Trend variant was discontinued by Ford India last year itself.
This revision means that no manual variant is now available for the Ford Endeavour in the Indian market and the 2.2 litre diesel engine has lost the AWD system. The 3.2 litre engine is also not available with 2WD anymore.
There are the Trend and Titanium trims for the Endeavour now with the 2.2 litre engine available for both trims. The 3.2 diesel option is just restricted to the top end Titanium trim only. This second revision has been executed only a month after the Ford Endeavour completed a year of sales in the Indian market.
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The new generation Endeavour was launched in January 2016 and these variants may have been discontinued on account of lowered demand.
Ford India may also be looking to further streamline the Endeavour range in the country due to lower sales volumes. The Endeavour competes with the Mitsubishi Pajero, Toyota Fortuner, Hyundai Santa Fe and Isuzu MU-X in the Indian market.