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A used 2007 Mitsubishi Endeavor SE has an average retail price of $13,274 and 81,500 miles.
Previously known as the Limited trim, the Endeavor SE 2WD offers a bit more luxury than the LS. The list of standard equipment grows, as does the list of available options.
For starters, you get leather seating surfaces, and the stereo is ramped up to a 315-watt Infinity system with a 6-CD changer, seven speakers, and MP3 capability. Other goodies on this trim are the automatic climate control, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter knob, and color multi-function display.
The 225-horsepower, 3.8-liter V6 puts out 255 lb.-ft. of torque; it's not the best vehicle for towing, but it can pull 2000 pounds (when properly equipped), so if you're only pulling a small load, it will be sufficient. There is one transmission: a four-speed automatic with adaptive shift technology (it adapts its shift patterns to your unique driving style) and clutchless manual mode. The EPA's ratings on fuel economy on the SE 2WD are 19 pg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway.
The special options packages that weren't available on the base model consist of the Navigation Package (DVD-based navigation system, with Multi-Communication System and 7-inch LCD touch-screen) and the Sunroof Package (power sunroof, 17-inch alloy wheels, cargo cover, and fog lamps). You may also opt for Active Skid & Traction Control, the Hitch Receiver Package (there is also a deluxe version), and the Appearance Package (cargo tray, rear mudguards, and black side steps).
Accessories that are available individually consist of roof rails, a rooftop bicycle carrier, ski/snowboard carrier, sunroof wind-deflector, cargo liner, tray, net, and cover; stainless-steel exhaust tip, all-weather floor mats, hood protector, luggage basket, side steps, side-window air deflectors, smoker's kit, wheel locks, cabin air filter, iPod adapter, and rear mudguards.
Professional reviewers have said that the Endeavor handles well enough, but it will not be mistaken for a European product in this area or as far as its interior quality goes. Again, it's adequate but not luxurious. The reviewers agree that the backseat is ample and the interior is sufficiently roomy.
This overview covers the SE trim only.
Please see our 2007 Mitsubishi Endeavor Overview for more information.
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