Ford Endeavor and Toyota Fortuner are the undefeated market leaders in their segment. However, Fortuner always wins the commercials and the market, but there are few enthusiasts who are hell too free to endeavor. Because they are so head to head, it is natural that this is a popular topic of debate among SUV enthusiasts. Here is an interesting side of the efficiency of both cars that do a draw of war. It’s not a way to measure the power of the car, but it’s still interesting to see who wins.
In this video, the Fortuner is a Sigma-4 variant that comes with a 2.8-liter turbocharged diesel engine that tops a power of 174 BHP and 420 Nm of top torque. It also has four wheel drive and comes with a 6-speed manual transmission. Coming to the endeavor in the video, there is a total of 3.2-liter five-cylinder diesel engine. India has come to stop the BS6 engine in the recent past, but even the Endeavor is still the most powerful engine in the market. It is capable of producing a maximum of 179 BHP and a top torque of 470 Nm.
In the beginning, we can see both the massive SUVs struggling to pull each other on their side, however, the drag of war ends with the Endeavor able to pull the Fortune by several meters. It was shown a second-round in this video, where the endeavor could move the Fortune by a significant distance and the winner was clear. It is still not known whether the driver was the same or different in the two rounds, because the driver also plays a critical role in this activity. Another variable factor is the condition of both tires. The first reason for the Endeavor to win is the low-torque.
This activity is absolutely not advised for any of us as it could severely damage the engine, transmission and driver of the vehicle. There is a mighty force on the engine, and the maximum of the four wheels may not pass anywhere, but the engine is only resisting force. It may permanently damage the mechanical vehicle. Always try to stay away from such challenges for the health and longevity of your cars. Such tag-of-war can destroy the engine and the transmission of the vehicle. Such extreme force on the engine and transmission of the vehicle can also rapidly increase the wear and tear and make the life of the parts much shorter.
Ford now sells its Endeavor only with a single-engine option. It offers a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that can produce a maximum power of 168 BHP and 420 Nm top torque. The Endeavor remains the only car in the Indian market that comes with a 10-speed automatic transmission, and there are no options of manual transmission lovers in this car, but the current version of the vehicles.