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Ford Endura 2018 pricing and specs confirmed

All Endura variants are powered by a 140kW/400Nm 2.0-litre turbo-diesel matched with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Ford Australia has finally revealed details for its new Endura large SUV, which will start at $44,990 plus on-road costs for the entry-level Trend when the range hits showrooms in December.

Three grades will be available from launch: Trend, ST-Line and Titanium, priced at $44,990, $53,990 and $63,990 in front-wheel-drive guise, respectively.

All-paw drivelines will also be available for the three offerings, costing an extra $4000 in each case.

As previously reported, the Endura is powered exclusively by a 140kW/400Nm 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine matched with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

The vehicle has a claimed maximum towing capacity of 2000kg, and its fuel consumption is rated at 6.7L/100km.

Standard kit includes smart keyless entry, heated power exterior mirrors, 18-inch alloy wheels, rain-sensing wipers, LED cornering headlights with auto levelling, LED front and rear foglights and tail-lights and rear privacy glass.

On the inside, the five-seater is fitted with Ebony fabric trim, a 10-way power adjustable driver’s seat, leather-wrapped steering wheel with paddle shifters, dual-zone climate control, an electronic parking brake, eight cupholders and a driver instrument cluster with a 10-inch display.

Connectivity wise, the Endura features nine-speaker audio, an 8.0-inch Sync 3 infotainment system with DAB+ digital radio, sat nav, Bluetooth, two USB ports, a 230V inverter and three 12V power sockets.

In regards to safety, the standard Endura gets eight airbags, a perimeter and volumetric alarm, rear view camera, front and rear parking sensors, ABS with electronic brakefore distribution and post-collision braking, stability control and curve control, autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian detection, forward collision warning, evasive steer assist, adaptive cruise control, traffic sign recognition, hill start assist and a tyre pressure monitor.

Stepping up to the ST-Line, the Endura gains sporty suspension, a black trapezoidal front grille, a unique body kit, black exterior accents, 20-inch alloy wheels and chrome-finished foglight bezels.

Three grades will be available from launch: Trend, ST-Line and Titanium. Three grades will be available from launch: Trend, ST-Line and Titanium.

Inside, the ST-Line gets Ebony Miko Suede perforated seat trim with leather accents, a memory driver's seat, a heated and cooled front pew, aluminium floor pedals, aluminium scuff plates, a rear cargo net and blind as well as a power liftgate with handsfree operation.

Finally, the range-topping Titanium gets a handful of extra goodies including adaptive bi-LED headlights, a dual-panel panoramic roof (which deletes roof rails), Salerno micro-perforated leather-accented Ebony seat trim with a memory power and tilt adjustable steering column, a heated second row as well as illuminated front scuff plates.

Safety is also slightly enhanced, with the Titanium offering blind spot detection with cross-traffic alert and active park assist.

Optional extras for the Ford Endura range include prestige paint, tow bar, 19-inch alloys (Trend only), panoramic glass roof (Trend and ST-Line only), a twin head restraint DVD entertainment system, active park assist (ST-Line only) and a premium 12-speaker audio system with 180-degree front split-view camera (ST-Line and Titanium only).

2018 Ford Endura list pricing

VariantTransmissionPrice
Ford Endura Trend FWDautomatic$44,990
Ford Endura Trend AWDautomatic$48,990
Ford Endura ST-Line FWDautomatic$53,990
Ford Endura ST-Line AWDautomatic$57,990
Ford Endura Titanium FWDautomatic$63,990
Ford Endura Titanium AWDautomatic$67,990

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