Available in an all-diesel range, Ford Endeavour comes with two engine options - a 3.0-litre, 16V, TDCi turbo-charged engine that powers the all-terrain special edition along with two other models and a 2.5-litre, 16V, DOHC TDCi mill that drives the solitary 4x2 MT variant. Mated to a 5-speed AWD automatic gearbox, the 3.0-litre mill churns out a peak 153.9bhp at 3200rpm along with 380Nm of maximum torque at 2500rpm. The 2.5-litre motor, in the meantime, gets paired up with a 5-speed 2WD manual transmission system and pumps out a top 141bhp at 3500rpm along with a maximum torque of 330Nm at 1800rpm.
Toyota Fortuner too has put together a complete range of oil-burners, which employs a powerful 3.0-litre, 16V, In-line engine capable of putting out a maximum of 169bhp at 3600rpm while generating a peak torque of 343Nm for a range of 1400-3400rpm. The options in this case are offered in the transmission systems, with both 5-speed 2WD manual and 5-speed 2WD automatic gearboxes making it to the fleet.
As for the Mahindra SsangYong Rexton, a 2.7-litre, 5-cylinder, RX270 XDi diesel engine sits under the hoods of both of its models, with the one employed for the RX5 getting mated to a 5-speed manual transmission gearbox with 4x4 torque-on-demand drive while that of the RX7 getting paired up with a 5-speed AWD autobox. The top power and torque outputs generated by this oil-burner are 162bhp at 4000rpm and 340Nm over a range of 1800-3250rpm respectively.