Not long after introducing the compact Outlander sport utility vehicle, Mitsubishi now has another SUV ready for sale — which makes a total of four in its lineup. Slotted squarely between the larger Montero and the smaller Montero Sport, the midsize Endeavor differs from those two in that i... Read Full Report
As car-based, pseudo SUVs proliferate, so too do the names suggesting adventures in the great outdoors: Pilot, Highlander, Rendezvous, Escape and so on. Ironically, buyers of these vehicles rarely venture off-road and they live in subdivisions that are gobbling up the acreage suitable for off-roading. But these vehicles aren't really meant to go off-road, being little more than miniva... Read full review for the 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor
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Bought my fully loaded FWD Limited Endeavor w/ tow package in august of 2003. Now has 214,000 miles, yes, 214,000. It has been driven through new york winters, potholes, most of the time with an overl... Read Full Review
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