Mitsubishi Endeavor Review – Research New & Used Mitsubishi Endeavor Models | Edmunds

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Mitsubishi Endeavor

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When introduced, the Mitsubishi Endeavor a surprise win in an Edmunds comparison of midsize SUVs. It won with a of good looks, torque-filled performance, smart handling and (for a crossover) off-road Complaints were limited to questionable styling elements and choices in the cabin.

As time on, however, the competition was refreshed and while the Endeavor remained The availability of certain features and there were some styling changes for ’09, but the style, powertrain and interior on without improvement or update. It was an entry in a digital world.

As such, it is hard to recommend the unless you’re looking in a low range that corresponds this crossover’s earliest

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The Mitsubishi Endeavor was produced 2004 through 2011. It was a crossover SUV that sat five and was based on vehicle architecture with the contemporary Galant and Eclipse coupe.

Throughout its the Endeavor was powered by a 3.8-liter V6 produces 225 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of Front-wheel drive and a four-speed transmission were standard, but drive was available. While engine yielded reasonably performance, it started to seem on power as its many competitors up over the years.

The Endeavor’s four-speed automatic became quickly outdated in a where five- and then transmissions became the norm, with them enhancements to and fuel economy. On the upside, we that the Mitsubishi Endeavor well both off-road and on its life, though newer did eventually better it by a considerable

The cabin was dominated by a center covered in silver-painted plastic seemed stylish in 2004, but became garish. The silver gave way to a more muted eventually, but the rather strange was maintained. More importantly, the could never be had with a steering wheel or a reclining seat — features became the norm in the class. A seat was also not available.

Its cargo capacity of 76.4 feet was decent for a midsize

Mitsubishi Endeavor

Initially, there were trims: base LS, midlevel XLS and Limited. Shortly after its the Endeavor was updated as a 2004.5 Midyear changes included the of daytime running lamps, front airbags, a tire-pressure system and 10 more hp. An antilock system became available on LS models. This midyear also included standard side airbags and a leather wheel for the Endeavor XLS.

New included a rear-seat DVD entertainment and stability control for the AWD Limited. looking at a used ’04 should only consider the version.

The XLS was dropped in 2006 and the Limited was replaced by an SE trim for 2007. available features for ’07 the navigation system and a Rockford stereo. However, the rear DVD option was eliminated (sorry, The Endeavor was on hiatus for 2009 but the following year with minor exterior styling It also gained standard and a rearview camera that was with the optional navigation

Those desiring all-wheel were also forced to up to the SE trim level. From the SE was still the only way to get a sunroof, camera or navigation system.

On the safety front, side became standard on all models in and used shoppers should note that antilock were optional on base until ’06. Side airbags were added to the features list in 2007. control became standard the lineup for 2008.

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