2006 Mitsubishi Endeavor Overview


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4.25 stars

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Movin On Up... by sillygirltexas
 — I test drove the Mitsubishi Endeavor on a whim and fell in love with it. It has the get-up-and-go pep I need, the room the kids need, and a sophisticated look that doesn't embarrass the parents when ... Read More
Mighty Mitsi by Rick
 — I love everything about it...tons of room and very comfortable to drive any distance. AWD is amazing especially in the weather we have been getting. Performance seems to be better than most other SUV'... Read More
Endeavor by Stephen
 — very good on style and interior design and on gas use cargo area is very good could use a third row of seats but would make rear very small awd is very good i would rate it along with an mdx Read More

2006 Mitsubishi Endeavor Overview

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2006 Mitsubishi Endeavor

Mitsubishi's Endeavor SUV undergoes some notable trim and features adjustments for the 2006 model year.  The mid-level XLS trim has been dropped, reducing the total number of Endeavor variants to four. ABS has been added to the base LS standard features list, and all front-wheel drive models now come with traction control.  The Limited loses leather upholstery and heated seats, but both are still available as options. These changes are part of a mid-cycle update, which includes some interior and exterior design alterations.

The Endeavor lineup is available with LS and Limited styles, and both can be had with either front or all-wheel drive.  Convenience items like air conditioning, full power accessories, keyless entry, and CD player are standard across the board.  All Endeavors also get 17-inch alloy wheels, tow preparation and a full size spare.  The Limited is set apart by a more powerful stereo, a power driver seat and automatic climate control.

All Endeavors are powered by a 3.8 liter V-6, mated to a four-speed automatic transmission.  This engine delivers 225 horsepower and 250 pound-feet of torque.  The Endeavor will tow 3500 pounds, and fuel economy is estimated at 17/23 mpg.

The Endeavor is set apart from mid-size crossover competitors by its unique styling, and this has been a strong selling point for consumers.  Reviewers report that the Endeavor offers a fine blend of car and SUV elements, adding the Endeavor combines a car-like ride, 4x4 abilities and adequate cargo space (75 cubic feet) in one attractive package.

The interior design is also rather bold, with metallic trim and blue backlighting.  A closer examination reveals some lower grade materials, but the Endeavor's cabin is definitely distinctive.  This SUV does not offer third row seating or an optional navigation system.


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Why Would The Dipstick Show No Oil When Oil Was Recently Changed?

No evidence of leaks or burning of oil.

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2006 Mitsubishi Endeavor Having Electrical Issues - Master Switches On Door...

• The remote buttons on the key will only unlock the driver’s door, however, no matter how many times you push the unlock button the car alarm still goes off when you open the door and you then have t...

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What Is The Best Tire For Mitsubishi Endeavor 2006

I am looking for best tire for mitsubishi endeavor 2006. Is it also true that you cannot replace just one tire if youhad a flat tire, and I have to replace all four

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On My 2006 Endeavor Stick Does Not Go Back To Parking,

Car drives well and normal, but stick doesn't go all de way back to parking.....it kills my battery. Any ideas??

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06 Endeavor Makes Loud Noise The More I Accelerate.

2006 endeavor, 170k miles no major issues. Began having uneven tire wear about a year ago when the noise began. My mechanic recommended I do the struts since I never have and that was the cause of the...

293 views with 3 answers (last answer 8 months ago)