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  • Q. I am confused between 2.2 AT Endeavour & 3.2 AT Endeavour. Is there a big difference in mileage?

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    Abhishek
    Abhishek | 2 years ago

    Hi, It depends what you are looking for.3.2 is more re-assuring given it has more power under the hood. This gives you more confidence incase you need to over-take on highways or when you need more turbo when on a tough incline.This I am telling you from personal experience.But if I were to give you an unbiased opinion - 2.2 should fair well for you, if you are seeking this for a city commute and one-off high-way travels.Since my place of work requires a 110 km drive everyday and a large part of it on highway, 3.2 works for me.Ford Endeavour is a capable car whether 2.2 or 3.2.If you don't budget constraints, go for 3.2. You wont regret the decision :)Best of luck Neeti!

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    Parag
    Parag | 2 years ago

    3.2 Titanium Plus 4X4 Top End Model AT is The Better Option For You Bcoz 3.2 Titanium Plus 4X4 Top End Model Features Loaded & AT Also

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    Rampreet
    Rampreet | 2 years ago

    3.2 model have 4/4 and such a too much power available in this models . Go for it 3.2

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Ford Endeavour 2015-2020 mileage

Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed User Reported
Diesel Automatic 14.2 kmpl 10 kmpl
Diesel Manual 14.2 kmpl 12 kmpl

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