The 2020 Ford Endura is available in three different trim levels, each available with both front- and all-wheel-drive.
The base Trend starts at $44,990 before on-road costs with front-wheel drive, while the Titanium is $67,990 before on-road costs with all-wheel drive.
The Ford Endura is built in Canada where it’s known as the Edge. It serves as a quasi-replacement for the locally-built Territory, as does the more rugged, ladder-frame, seven-passenger Everest.
Unlike other SUVs targeted at the American market, like the Nissan Pathfinder and Toyota Kluger, it isn’t available with a third row of seating. It has few direct rivals except, arguably, rear-wheel drive versions of the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
- 2020 Ford Endura Trend FWD: $44,990
- 2020 Ford Endura Trend AWD: $48,990
- 2020 Ford Endura ST-Line FWD: $53,990
- 2020 Ford Endura ST-Line AWD: $57,990
- 2020 Ford Endura Titanium FWD: $63,990
- 2020 Ford Endura Titanium AWD: $67,990
All prices exclude on-road costs
The 2020 Ford Endura comes with only one engine: a 2.0-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder producing 140kW and 400Nm.
It’s mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission and is available with either front- or all-wheel drive.
Though petrol engines are available in the North American-market Ford Edge, they’re not offered here.
The 2020 Ford Endura consumes 6.7L/100km on the combined cycle, regardless of whether it’s equipped with front- or all-wheel drive.
The 2020 Ford Endura measures 4834mm long, 1733mm tall (including roof rails and antenna) and 1928mm wide.
The Ford Endura’s total luggage space is 800L, increasing to 1847L with the rear seats folded.
When the Ford Endura was tested by ANCAP in 2016, it received a rating of five stars.
That rating was based on an adult occupant protection score of 85 per cent, child occupant protection of 76 per cent, pedestrian protection of 67 per cent and safety assist of 89 per cent.
All 2020 Ford Endura models come standard with autonomous emergency braking with forward-collision warning, as well as lane-keeping assist, anti-lock brakes, and front, front-side and curtain airbags. They also feature a driver’s knee airbag.
Endura Titanium models add blind-spot monitoring.
The base Endura Trend comes with the following standard features:
- Reversing camera and front and rear parking sensors
- 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system
- Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
- Satellite navigation
- Nine-speaker sound system
- DAB+ digital radio
- Dual-zone climate control
- Electronic parking brake
- Paddle shifters
- Proximity entry with push-button start
- Leather-wrapped steering wheel
- Manual tilt and telescoping steering column
- 18-inch alloy wheels
- LED headlights, taillights and fog lights
- Rain-sensing wipers
- Adaptive cruise control
- 10-way power driver’s seat
The Endura ST-Line adds the following:
- Sport-tuned suspension
- Alloy pedals
- Ambient lighting
- Rear cargo blind and net
- 20-inch alloy wheels
- Power-folding exterior mirrors
- Power tailgate
- Heated and cooled front seats
- 10-way power passenger’s seat
- Leather seats
The range-topping Endura Titanium deletes the ST-Line’s firmer suspension tune but adds the following standard features:
- Panoramic sunroof
- Illuminated aluminium scuff plates
- Power tilt and telescoping steering column with memory
- Heated rear seats
- Enhanced active parking assist
- Blind-spot monitoring
A 12-speaker B&O premium sound system is optional on all Enduras, while the Endura Titanium’s panoramic sunroof is also optional on the Endura Trend and ST-Line.
All 2020 Ford Endura models require servicing every 12 months or 15,000km, whichever comes first.
In addition to its five-year, unlimited kilometre warranty, Ford offers capped-price servicing for the Endura. The first four services will cost no more than $299 while the fifth service will cost $400.