Mitsubishi Endeavor was designed for American market. It is a middle-sized crossover, which has become typically western, though it has Korean background. This car is able to outperform its rivals by the availability for all the members of the community. Since it was presented back in the year 2004, the model has become a bit more up-to-date, because the producer tried hard to make the car more popular.
Under the hood there is a 3.8-liter V6 that produces 225 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque. At first, the model was front-wheel drive car with four-speed automatic transmission. Later on, the car became available in a four-wheel drive variant. The outdated four-speed automatic was rather a disadvantage of the car, but its performance off-road was noted for its good handling. The vehicle also delivered much power in everyday life of urban streets.
The car was produced in three types of the trim. But some of them were discontinued and by the year 2007 the base model was available in two types: both front-wheel and four-wheel drive. Some updates were in the changing of new front headlamps and the bumpers. The most popular was a SE trim level, which had the most desirable standard features of both interior and amenities. So it came together with a sunroof, navigation and a camera which provided the rear view of the road.
Other basic versions of the trim were produced with a simpler standard specification. Prospective buyers could get a leather steering wheel and a package of safety airbags. Such feature as a DVD system, stability control and navigation were optional and one could get them only with additional payment.
The cabin is rather spacious but a bit bulky. The materials used in upholstery are not very impressive for such a car. But it probably is compensated by the low price for such a willing workhorse. The cargo capacity is satisfying for a crossover of this type and with its dimensions.