Mitsubishi Endeavor Model Overview
Used Mitsubishi Endeavor
Mitsubishi Endeavor Questions
Are Radio/clock Display Bulbs Standard Stock Or Special Order?
My center display which shows the channel the radio is on along with the track of the CD player and clock no longer lights up. I pulled the center console and removed the display unit only to find 2 ...
Mitsubishi Endeavor No Brake Lights But I Have Third Row Brake Light
How To Get The Driver Side Power Window Switch Working
The power window switch on the driver door stopped working. All the other door switches work and the fuse is good.
Power Windows Stopped Working But When I Press The Switch The Power Locks C...
Power window switch stopped working and was making a buzzing sound, but would work when it got cold at night or on cold days. Now when you hit the switch the windows don't work at all and the power ...
No crank no start no sound at all tried jumping the battery radio lights all work
Mitsubishi Endeavor Overview
The Mitsubishi Endeavor is a crossover built in Illinois introduced as a 2004 model. This was the first vehicle built as part of Project America, which is Mitsubishi's endeavor, if you will, to produce vehicles in North America for North America. The PS platform built under Project America is the base for the Endeavor as well as the Galant and the Eclipse.
Since the Endeavor has only been around for a few years, it hasn't gone through any significant changes. It's possible, too, that it will be discontinued in a couple of years rather than be redesigned, as sales have been disappointing. Frankly, this one simply doesn't stand out against other crossovers.
Slightly larger than Mitsubishi's compact Outlander, the Endeavor was essentially meant to replace the recently discontinued 7-passenger Montero, although the Endeavor carries just five passengers and the two coexisted for a few model years. The Endeavor does not compete with true SUVs, as it is not built for the trail; it is available in all-wheel drive rather than four-wheel drive and its lack of a two-speed transfer case means it should stay on pavement.