Toyota Fortuner: The Fortuner is still an old-school, ladder-frame SUV but is easier to live with thanks to the improved kit list. There are more premium alternatives available but it makes a strong case for itself as a reliable, practical and capable machine. Plus, chances are you’ll get half of your money back when you part ways with it.
Isuzu mu-X: It’s not the most feature-loaded SUV of the lot but is a good option for someone looking for a no-frills 7-seat SUV at a more affordable price than the
Skoda Kodiaq: The Skoda Kodiaq couples the opulence of a luxury sedan with SUV-like capabilities. The Kodiaq is far from a hardcore off-roader but makes a strong case for itself as a premium and feature-loaded 7-seat SUV. It is an easy-going upmarket SUV for the whole family that also gets all-wheel drive for the occasional sticky or slushy situation.
Volkswagen Tiguan: A well-loaded, premium crossover for five. While it may not be the first alternative on a Fortuner/Endeavour’s buyer’s radar, it’s more than ideal for the urban jungle.Read Less
The Toyota Fortuner has been the king of the premium SUV segment for a long time, and is now here in an all-new avatar. Can it better the impressive Ford Endeavour to continue the legacy?
We get our hands on the massive new Ford Endeavour to see if the Americans can still get the big brash SUV formula right. Read on to find out....
Can the 2015 Ford Endeavour replicate the kind of success that its forbearer achieved when it was first launched in India more than a decade back? We put it through its paces to find out
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