The 2010 Mitsubishi Endeavor costs around $27,999 and boasts standard Bluetooth connectivity, loads of passenger and cargo space, an extensive list of standard safety features and fresh designs standards for the tailgate and the front grill. And, SE models come with standard 18 inch alloy wheels and automated climate control.
Manufacturer's suggested retail pricing ranges up to $31,490 for the 2010 Endeavor from Mitsubishi. It's a middle sized SUV crossover that has more than adequate comfort and spaciousness to accommodate five full grown adult passengers. It is available to you as either an all-wheel-drive or front-wheel drive vehicle that instills copious amounts of driver confidence.
The Mitsubishi Endeavor review reveals three trim levels for you to choose from. They are the LS FWD, the SE FWD and SE AWD. They have been designed and manufactured to compete with the 2010 Honda Pilot LX, the 2010 Hyundai Veracruz G LS, the 2010 Mazda CX -7 and the 2010 Ford Flex SE.
Regardless of the trim that you choose, the 2010 Mitsubishi Endeavor performance is there from a powerful 3.8L V6 engine that delivers 225 horsepower at 5000 RPM and 255 lb-ft of torque at 3750 RPM. It is mated to a 4-speed automatic gearbox that shifts with ready smoothness. Standard safety features include 4-wheel ABS disc brakes, six separate airbags, electronic traction and stability control systems, a very effective alarm for theft deterrent, a tire pressure monitoring system and a engine immobilizing system among others.
The current 2010 Mitsubishi Endeavor for sale proudly shows off its ability to make its driver and passengers very comfortable. A whopping 59 inches of shoulder room abound in both the front and the rear. In the front, 41.4 inches of legroom is presented as well as 38.5 inches in the rear. Front headroom measures 40 inches - one more inch than for back seat passengers. Luggage capacity is measured at 40.7 cubic feet and if you fold down the rear seats, that measurement will increase to a very appreciable 76.4 cubic feet.
The 2010 Mitsubishi Endeavor, regardless of trim, offers you 3500 pounds of towing ability and roughly 1000 pounds of payload. The LS has a 19.2 foot turning radius while the SE trims take 20.3 feet to arc. According to EPA estimations, the FWD models deliver 15/21 MPG and the AWD models drop to 15/19. All models feature a 21.4 gallon fuel tank. Overall, the new Endeavor offers you a midsized SUV crossover that is surprisingly spacious and comfortable. Sharp looking and dependable, it is definitely worth a spot on your short list.