The all-new Ford Endeavour won’t get the twin-turbo version of new 2.0-liter diesel engine

There’s some bad news for those who were hoping for a more powerful iteration of the BS6 Ford Endeavour. Ford has eliminated the more powerful twin-turbo renewal of its new 2.0-liter diesel engine because of the current generation Endeavour.

The all-new Ford Endeavour

The all-new Ford Endeavour is lined-up with the transition to BS6 with 2.0-litre, four-cylinder panther single turbo diesel engine. The India-spec Ford Endeavour solely gets the 170hp single-turbo version of the engine, a 213hp while the twin-turbo version is also offered in American markets where the Ford Endeavour is sold as the ‘Everest’.

 

The all-new Ford Endeavour won’t get the twin-turbo version of new 2.0-liter diesel engine 1

In terms of power and torque, the new generation Endeavour gets 213hp and 500Nm, 2.0 twin-turbo while the old Endaevour with 3.2-litre five-cylinder unit which made 200hp and 470Nm is now discontinued.

Hopefully, India will get the 2.0-liter twin-turbocharged Panther diesel engine on the next-gen Endeavour.

With an upright stance and boxy silhouette, the new Endeavour will feature a lot of technology. To give it a next-gen look it will be featuring sleek headlights and huge grille. Coming on to the interior it will be getting a completely new dashboard design, steering wheel, and digital instrument cluster.

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2019 Ford Endeavour Review

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