Right in the front, the Ford Endeavour has distinctly structured fog lamps along with a revised air dam and bumper.

On the inside, it is equipped with sophisticated equipment like a proficient air conditioning unit, infotainment system and easy access control switches. Its dashboard is integrated with a four-spoke leather wrapped steering wheel. It also has a touch enabled SATNAV system, which displays visual images provided by rear parking camera.

The Ford Endeavour is equipped with a 3.0-litre TDCi diesel engine that has common rail direct injection technology. It comprises of 4 cylinders and 16 valves that displace 2953 cc. This engine is further incorporated with a variable geometry turbocharger that helps it to pump out 153.86 bhp at 3200 rpm and generates a commanding torque output of 380 Nm at just 2500 rpm.

Unlike the Toyota Fortuner or the Mitsubishi Pajero, the Ford Endeavour has a safe braking system, with its front wheels fitted with ventilated disc brakes whereas its rear ones have been equipped with self-adjusting drum brakes.

The Ford Endeavour has three diesel variants,

1. Ford Endeavour 2.5L 4x2 MT

2. Ford Endeavour 3.0L AT 4x2

3. Ford Endeavour 3.0L 4x4 AT

Variants Ex-Showroom Price
21.54 Lakhs Get on road price
23.09 Lakhs Get on road price
25.01 Lakhs Get on road price


Fuel Type DIESEL
Engine CC 2499
Power 143 BHP
Torque 33.7 @ 1,800 (kgm@rpm)
No Of Cylinders 4
Transmission MANUAL
Paddle Shift -
Kerb Weight 1879

Our Verdict

Ford Endeavour first debuted in India way back in 2003, then, globally, known as the Ford Everest, excepting in India. Ford started the premium SUV segment trend and has been a best-seller for Ford in India. The Endeavour kept up with changing times with timely makeovers and the latest, 2016 Endeavour comes with newer features, greater styling, and two potent engines to choose from. The new Ford lives up to the Ford tagline, ‘Built Ford Tough’, and is definitely a positive makeover, in terms of chassis, tech, powertrains and styling. An incorruptible SUV, and an off-roader to the hilt, it was one of the first SUVs to hit the Indian market held on to its envious position then and now too.