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New Ford Territory 2018 Replacement

New Ford Territory 2018 Replacement

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New Ford Territory 2018 Replacement
New Ford Territory 2018 Replacement

New Ford Territory 2018 Replacement

As disclosed Ford, last year’s new Ford Edge SUV will come to Australia in 2018 with prices starting at $ 49,990 with seven seats and diesel engines. At that stage, the final name has not been confirmed.

Now we can exclusively reveal that the model will be known as Ford Endura, with an Edge badge that is already owned by Toyota. Indeed, the Japanese giant has just renewed its trademark to ensure it can not be lost to Ford.

On the road with Endura, Ford retains the ‘E’ theme running in most of its global SUV range. Ford’s new step from Kuga to Escape is made in the same tone.

Ford has cemented its move to the Endura name by registering it as a trademark. The trademark includes Class 12 classifications, which include: “Ground motor vehicles, ie cars, trucks, sport utility vehicles, and vans, and parts of structures and equipment.”

As we confirm last year, Ford Endura’s local offerings will include: Four models (Trend, Sport, Titanium, Titanium Plus), Price from $ 49,990 to $ 75,000, single 2.0-liter four-cylinder diesel engine, eight-speed automatic, 2000kg braking capacity the brakes, the Seven seats and all-wheel drive in the range.

Ford Australia announced earlier in the year that Edge would not be sourced from China, which made the next possible option as a Canadian Ford plant, which currently produces Edge for the UK market.

Ford Australia remains the mother in naming it, with Ford Australia’s communications and public affairs director Martin Gunsberg declining to comment on future names.

“We have no updates on the model name of the future at this stage, all we can say is that there is no confirmed name for the Ford Edge,” Gunsberg said.

The plant produces only five-story edges of the Edge, but it is expected that this plant will use the various body styles offered in China, which accommodate seven seats in the Edge body. UK and US market Edge are sized at 4778mm, with a seven-seat Chinese variant requiring an additional 70mm (4848mm).

Unlike the Ford Territory, which offers 2700kg transient capacity with the all-wheel drive diesel specifications, Edge will only attract 2000kg, making Everest the only option for buyers that attract larger loads.

Ford Territory or Endura has an inheritance in the Ford family, used in the past as a name for Ford’s engine selection including those that once powered Ford KaFord Australia has confirmed its successor to locally-built areas, with a large SUV Endura that will arrive in the fourth quarter of next year packing five seats and diesel power alone.

2018 Ford Territory
2018 Ford Territory

Known as Edge in other markets, Endura stands for ‘Endurance’ sharing the nomenclature of ‘E’ with other Ford SUV models of the compact EcoSport, the middle-class Escape and the great Everest.

The name change was driven by Toyota Australia, which rejected Ford’s request to use the Edge nameplate because it has graced the special edition of Corolla, Yaris and RAV4 from 2000 to 2009.

The right production from upgraded Edge will not start until the second half of 2018. The second generation edge has been on sale overseas since 2015, but Ford Australia chose to wait for the mid-day facelift before launching it. Below.

Expected to be revealed at the Detroit motor show in January, the model update will likely include a fresh look, mechanical tweaks and a new eight-speed torque-converter automatic transmission to replace the ‘Powershift’ six-speed dual-clutch unit.

The right-hand production of Edge upgrades will not start until the second half of 2018. While the Territory offers five and seven seat configurations, as well as gasoline and diesel engines, Endura will exclusively perform with five seats and diesel power.

New Ford Territory 2018 Engine Specs

Ford has chosen not to extend these details any further, but the 2.0 liter Duratorq four-cylinder power engine employed in the UK is almost certain. It is available in two states tune 132kW / 400Nm or 160kW / 450Nm.

Gasoline powertrains from Ford ‘EcoBoost’ family are offered in North America but will not lower Down Under for now. Similarly, a seven-seat Edge, 70mm longer built by Ford in China, but the Aussie version will be produced in Canada, where only five seats are produced.

It will be a loss for Endura because of its hot selling rivals including Toyota Kluger, Mazda CX-9, Hyundai Santa Fe and Kia Sorento all offering seats for seven people. Furthermore, Holden Acadia seven seats are also preparing to enter the local showroom in 2018.

SUVs have outperformed passenger cars in Australia this year for the first time. Endura prices and specifications will be revealed closer to the launch, but the model is rumored to be starting in the $ 40,000 mid-to-high bracket (before on-road costs) with four variants available.

The SUV has outperformed passenger cars in Australia this year for the first time, counting 384,469 units from 376,335 samples through the end of October, with Ford accounting for only 2.9 percent of the local SUV market.

In particular, Regional sales have declined steadily following the end of Ford’s local manufacturing operations in October 2016, with 1,748 units sold through the first 10 months of 2017.

Relatively, 6014 examples of finding homes in the same period of 2017, representing a 70.9 percent decline in sales, which is expected when stocks begin to dry up. Will Ford Endura be hampered by an exclusive five-seat configuration? Tell us what you think in the comments below.

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