At a Glance
|Pricing||$28,299 - $33,599|
|Drive Types||FWD, AWD|
|Fuel Economy||15 (city), 19-21 (highway)|
The Mitsubishi Endeavor was one of the first SUVs to be based on a car platform. The Endeavor is a distinctively styled SUV. A torquey 3.8L V-6 provides excellent low speed acceleration, although the 4-speed automatic could use another gear. An all-independent suspension ensures a comfortable on-road ride. Mitsubishi makes no claims for off-road capability for the Endeavor. All Endeavors are well-equipped, with a choice of FWD or AWD models. The 2011 Model Year is likely the last for the Endeavor.
Last year, the already very affordably priced 2010 Mitsubishi Endeavor crossover utility vehicle (CUV) saw numerous premium features such as a hands-free Bluetooth(R) system with voice recognition added across the entire model lineup. But for the 2011 model year Endeavor, this capable crossover receives its most upscale, value-packed equipment package added to two of its most popular models completely free of charge: Both the 2WD and AWD versions of the Endeavor SE now include the Navigation...Read.
|Endeavor LS||3.8l V6 (225-bhp)||A4||FWD||15/21/18||$28,299|
|Endeavor SE||3.8l V6 (225-bhp)||A4||FWD||15/21/18||$32,099|
|Endeavor SE||3.8l V6 (225-bhp)||A4||AWD||15/19/17||$33,599|