I own a 2008 Mitsubishi Endeavor AWD. It is an excellent vehicle. I am advised the Endeavor has been discontinued and Mitsubishi no longer has vehicles of his size, only smaller vehicles. I am disappointed. Is this he end of the line for vehicles of this larger but not largest size with Mitsubishi

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Asked by Mar 03, 2012 at 10:33 AM about the 2008 Mitsubishi Endeavor LS AWD

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No more Endeavors or comparable sized vehicles from Mitsubishi after 2011?

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I own a 2008 Endeavor as well and like you consider it a great vehicle, unfortunately, Mitsubishi isn't out to please just us. Looking at total market impact, the Endeavor became stale in a market where Mitsubishi's competors were constantly making changes to please a very demanding market. No major change were made in its run to 2011, as the focus for Mitsubishi became baseline cost (thus no big changes in body style). For instance, no model was ever produced with rear reclining seats. Sometimes the model year offered a rear DVD system, sometimes not. These types of things are the base ingredients of an SUV, and Mitsubishi failed to make changes, and the competition delivered.

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