Srinagar: Ford India launched the special edition of the Ford Endeavour priced at Rs 35.10 lakh at Auto Wings Ford Pvt Ltd, Hyderpora on Monday.
The launching was done by the chief guest Mr Tajamul Qadri (branch head J&K Bank Hari Singh High Street) along with Mr Ashiq Hussain Wani (Managing Director Auto Wings Ford Pvt Ltd), Mr Azhar Majid Mir (Director , Auto Wings Ford Pvt Ltd) in presence of top management and a large gathering of customer’s and dignitaries.
Speaking at the launch Younis Bashir (General Manager Auto Wings Ford Pvt Ltd) said “We are extremely delighted by the launch of Ford Endeavour Sport which is special edition of Ford Endeavour and a combination of power pack and style makes a bold statement whether it is your regular commute during the week or your off road adventure during weekend.
Powered by 2.0L Eco blue engine with 10 speed automatic transmission (4*4) and BS-V1 engine can put out 170 ps of peak power and 420Nm peak torque. With black smoked headlamps, black front grill, black roof rails, all black new exterior alloy wheels and dark inserts on the side steps on the door and boot giving it all together a new appealing look.
Also FordPass App connect let’s one to remote start the car or check fuel level without getting into an SUV, locate the vehicle remotely. Other features include Terrain Management System (TMS) with normal, Snow, Mud/ Grass, Sand and Rock preset modes, seven airbags ,voice enabled in car connectivity technology SYNC 3 with an eight inch touch screen and Apple Carplay, Google auto compatibility, active noise cancellation ,panoramic sunroof and much more. Ford Endeavour Sports edition is offered in three colours; Diamond white, Diffused silver and Absolute black.
We are sure Ford Endeavour Sport will create a new benchmark in A-segment SUV and demonstrate Ford’s commitment in offering cutting edge technology features and quality to the customer’s, said Younis Bashir.
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