2007 Mitsubishi Endeavor consumer reviews

$26,999–$28,999 MSRP range
side view of 2007 Endeavor Mitsubishi
80% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.7
  • Interior design 4.4
  • Performance 4.3
  • Value for the money 4.3
  • Exterior styling 4.8
  • Reliability 4.4
Explore the 2007 Mitsubishi Endeavor

Most reliable suv I've owned

I really enjoyed owning this suv it had enough room for traveling didnt have any major problems at all. Plenty of leg room luggage rack bbn on top. It road real good on the highway. The back seats layed down for extra spacevif needed. I miss having it.


All season SUV!

This car has never disappointed me. I used this for moving with full size beds and all the rest of my things and travel 24 hrs from NM to LA to Sacramento. I’ve been relocating maybe 10x already and have used this car and it’s only last week (first time) that I had issue of the coils. This is a high performing SUV. To mention, I only service my car in Universal Mitsubishi and they took care of it. Paul is the best service staff who knows his job and understand the customers’ financial situation and offered options for priority services needed for repair and to get the repair done. Arman is a very accomodating and service oriented staff who was willing to extend his time accompanying me when I was stuckedon the road while the Mktsubishi team service were arranging personnel/towing necessary for the safety.


Great Truck for the $$$$!!!

I wanted to get a decent used full-sized SUV with not too many miles. After much research, I decided to look for a '06-'09 Mitsubishi Endeavor with less than 50K miles. Found an '07 ES model with 44K miles. It's a beautiful vehicle in near-new condition. it drives great, with It handles just like a larger SUV should, a little soft on corners with very little interior engine noise at speed. Has decent visibility throughout. Factory Stereo is by Rockford Fosgate, with an 8" sub in the right rear cargo panel. Sounds OK, but onboard amplifier could be a little louder. My one complaint is the gas mileage (17-21mph), but I really can't complain; it's cavernous. All in all, I like it and would recommend for anyone carrying lots of cargo and doesn't mind the fuel economy (or lack thereof).


2007 Mitsubishi Endeavor

Bought new. Noticed immediate knocking/pinging in engine. Dealer said premium gas is required & should eliminate pinging in time. Intermittent pinging continues 4 years later. Already replaced battery twice, both headlights & tail lights as well. Already had 2 issues with A/C (thankfully under warranty). First was bad hose, 2nd issue was bad condenser. Very comfortable car & rides well, but overall I would not purchase again or recommend the Endeavor. Sorry, Mitsubishi.


The BEST SUV I Have Had!!!!

This vehicle takes it all. Wonderful drive, great space up front and back. Looks great, feelds great, is great.


Good ride, poor quality trims

I had owned my endeavor less than 2 months when the first piece of exterior molding simply fell off while I was driving along. I have had several pieces of interior and exterior moldings/covers just fall off without any external pressure. The fan motor for a/c died while driving back from vacation in Hilton Head in the heat of the summer. Apparently per maintenance at dealership it is a well know fact that the drain pan for the a/c has a significantly small drain hole which doesn't empty properly, flooding the fan motor. The dashboard squeaks while the vehicle is in motion making for a noisy ride. It does ride well and handle better than the last midsize car I owned but all in all, mitsubishi needs to work on craftsmanship. By the way, all this has happened and the vehicle has less than 26,000 miles.


Beatiful ride, nice car and very reliable

I owned several Mitsubishis including a montero that I sold with over 220k miles and an eclipse. This one is the best so far, very reliable, very confortable. I already have over 100k miles and I have no complaints. Except, the paint job was not very good and Mitsubishi refuse to take care due to the high miles. I have to admit, it was not their fault.


Awsome in winter snow driving

Mine is going on 4 years old no major problems and only the most basic of maintence needed. AWD gets a little less gas mileage but size confort and reliablitly more then make up for it. Back seat space is well HUGE. Seats folded down allow for full 4' x 8' interior storage.



Drives great on highway, specially with the manual transmission you get great power. The ride and handling are exceptional and it is a looker. Feels strong and steady at 110+ miles per hour Just great!


Endeaver SE w/ Navigation

Ride is excellent, Fit and finish is a bit below Honda and Toyota. I also own a 2006 Honda Pilot to compare. Navigation System is good but not as good as a $700 Garmin portable GPS unit. The Garmin calls out the "Street Names" but this $1800 Mitsubishi Navigation/GPS does not although it has other great features such as a trip computer, vehicle maintenance schedule, miles to empty, average mpg. Mitsubishi's center console needs work