Most reliable vehicle I owned.
Purchased 2005 Mitsubishi Endeavor Limited Edition vehicle in 2004. I still have my vehicle in 2020. I wanted to purchase SUV for family travel. I was the first customer who had test driven my vehicle which coinincedentally came straight from its manufactures that same day. I like to think that was a sign for me to purchase this vehicle. I also investigated what kind of SUV would be safe and lasting. I had one too many bad experiences with a pre-used vehicle. I been recieving maintnance service every 3000 miles at Mitsubishi Parts and Service Department since 1990 when I purchased my first Mitsubishi vehicle.
Very disappointed in the overall vehicle
This vehicle is driven short distances every day. Consequently it’s a 2005 Endeavor limited with only 70,000 miles and always garaged . (Currently 2019) The transmission failed at 60,000 miles with no help from the manufacture. The traction control system is worthless, there is no gradual increase or decrease in power or distribution of power. It’s either on or off with no in between. It’s like driving a bucking bronco. Although this may be nitpicking you would think a limited would have an automatic dimming rear view mirror. This is the old conventional lever for day and night driving. The information system mounted in the center of the dash cannot be read during the day. The air conditioner evaporator core had to be replaced at 65,000 miles due to corrosion Resulting from a plugged drain which caused dried leaves and debris buildup. Took three trips back to the dealer to get the drain operational. The sunroof does not seal properly consequently leaks water when it’s raining or when taken through the car wash. The fact that they discontinued building this vehicle should tell you something. Recommend sticking with the major brands .
Most reliable vehicle I have EVER owned
I have owned this vehicle for 10 years. Besides regular maintenance, this vehicle has had very little issues. I am in the process of getting the coil packs replaced along with plugs and wires. The only downfall is that it seems to go through tires quickly.