2019 Ford Endeavour facelift will go on sale on February 22 and it has been completely revealed in a walkaround video
Ford India Private Limited will be launching the facelifted version of the Endeavour SUV on February 22 in the domestic market and it has already started arriving at the dealerships across the country. Several images have popped up on the internet showing the exterior and interior details of the updated model completely.
A YouTuber has posted a walkaround video of the 2019 Endeavour ahead of its launch as well. It comes with several cosmetic changes and interior additions to keep the existing model going forward for another few years. Having debuted in early 2016, the latest generation Endeavour has always played second fiddle to the Toyota Fortuner and it has received a new rival in the form of Mahindra Alturas G4.
The exterior changes on the 2019 Endeavour include a sharper front grille, projector headlamps with LED Daytime Running Lights on a sleeker cluster, redesigned air intake, revised fog lamps and newly designed 18-inch twin-spoke alloy wheels among other subtle updates.
The interior is largely the same compared to the outgoing model except for the presence of new equipment like powered tailgate activated via movement of the foot. The significant new features are eight-way adjustable powered seat up front, updated SYNC3 infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, engine push button start/stop and passive keyless entry.
A new light brown shade will also be introduced in the facelifted Endeavour. No mechanical modifications will likely be implemented on the facelifted Endeavour as the all-new 2.0-litre diesel engine found in foreign markets with 180 PS/420 Nm and 213 PS/500 Nm configurations may not make the cut for India.
Instead, the entry-level 2.2-litre TDCi diesel will continue with 160 PS maximum power and 420 Nm peak torque. The 3.2-litre diesel mill, on the other hand, develops 200 PS and 470 Nm and is connected to a six-speed automatic transmission. A six-speed manual transmission could bring down the asking price but Ford won’t likely deploy that strategy.