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2005 Mitsubishi Endeavor Overview
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The Mitsubishi Endeavor is mid-size crossover SUV, available with either front or all-wheel drive. Competitors include the Honda Pilot, Toyota Highlander, Ford Freestyle and Nissan Murano. There are only a few small changes to the Endeavor for 2005, after several upgrades during the previous model year. Front side airbags are now standard across the board, and the mid-level XLS gets an anti-theft system.
This SUV is available in three trim levels: LS, XLS and Limited. All models come standard with full power accessories, keyless entry, air conditioning, flat-folding rear seats, alloy wheels and a CD player. The XLS trim adds a few key features like a premium sound system, and the Limited offers a more upscale interior presentation.
All variants are powered by a 3.8 liter V-6, which generates 225 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque. A four-speed automatic is the only transmission option, but a manual shift feature is included. Fuel economy is estimated at 17/21 mpg with front wheel drive.
Reviewers noted that the Endeavor rides very much like a sedan, and the cabin features inviting and spacious seating quarters and a upscale feel. The V-6 engine is quite powerful this SUV's size, at just 4000 pounds, and the 0-60 mph time is reported at just over eight seconds.
While the Endeavor offers less cargo capacity than other options in this class, there are a few package compartments which add convenience. Endeavor buyers do not have the option of a third row seat, which gives this SUV a slight disadvantage.
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Mitsubishi Endeavor Questions
What Can Be The Problem When The Gear Stick Gets Stuck In Two Gears At One ...
Unable to shift into park. No visible linkage problem
What Is The Service Engine Soon Light Mean?
When I drive through small, and I repeat, SMALL puddles, my power sterring goes out for just a few seconds. This is a new problem.