Ford Endeavour Titanium 4×2 AT Variant Discontinued

Ford Endeavour

Ford has discontinued the Titanium 4X2 base variant of Endeavour SUV in India. As a result, the premium off-road SUV now retails at a starting price of Rs 33.80 lakh, ex-showroom (India).

The Ford Endeavour is now available in only three variants:

Titanium+ 4X2 AT: Rs 33.80 lakh
Titanium+ 4X4 AT: Rs 35.60 lakh
Sport 4X4 AT: Rs 36.35 lakh

Engine and Transmission

Despite the discontinuation of the base variant, the Ford Endeavour is still available in 4X2 and 4X4 variants. An Eco Blue, 2.0-liter diesel engine provides maximum power and torque of 168bhp and 420Nm respectively for the premium SUV.

The engine comes with a 10-speed torque converter automatic transmission unit, with the brand’s ‘Select-Shift’ technology. The power is sent to either rear wheels or all wheels depending on the variant. The Endeavour also features a terrain management system with three different modes: Sand, Snow/Mud, Rock.

Other driver-assist functions:

Hill launch assist
Traction control
Hill descent control
Rollover mitigation

Exteriors, Interiors & Safety Features

The Endeavour features all-LED headlamps with LED DRLs and LED taillamps. Other exterior features of the premium SUV includes:

18-inch alloy wheels
Blacked-out grille
Scuff plates
Roof rails
Side steps

Regarding interior and technology, the SUV features Ford’s connected technology called ‘FordPass‘, which enables owners to remotely control their SUV and offer a host of vehicle information as well.

Other interior features:

8-inch touchscreen infotainment system
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
Panoramic sunroof
Leather seats
Power-foldable third-row seats
Keyless entry
Push-button start

Regarding safety, the Endeavour includes seven airbags, ABS with EBD, cruise control with adjustable speed limiter, emergency assistance, rear-view camera with active parking guidelines, front parking sensors and a semi-automatic park assist.


As of now, Ford has not provided an explanation for removing the base variant of its premium SUV. We think the reason could be because the variant is not in high demand. Due to the discontinuation of the Endeavour Titanium 4X2 AT variant, the SUV’s starting price has gone up by over 3 lakhs.

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