Ex- Mitsu Salesman turned Owner
I used to sell these bad boys back in 2007-2010. Brand new they were ranging from 28k-34k all decked out. I always said I wanted one and felt a sense of pride when I sold them b/c I already owned a 2003 Galant and it has been reliable. I recently sold my Galant to my son with 193k and I was able to get a 2008 Endeavor with 135k from VA. The SE has everything but the sunroof and GPS, but I am in love. Everyone compliments me on the ride quality and that's basically b/c it's a Galant on an SUV frame, so it drives like a car. I have loads of ideas on customizing this vehicle, however, there arent ANY body kit manufacturers for this , but I have hope to get a good quote for a custom bumper or LIP for it. I've already added sound dampening in the doors and under the spare tire as well as additional trim in the door jams. I've spent roughly about 60 bucks on it and the road noise is comparable to my wife's lincoln aviator. But overall I am excited about this truck just like I was back then.
I like this car a lot . I got room for DAAys . I feel very safe it this car. the car good for rood trips.
Highly rated, Low priced
I can't say enough good things about the Endeavor. I bought it in 2009 after studying SUV's and found it was one of the highest rated SUV's. When I started looking into them I was pleasantly surprised they were prices so much less than the competition which were rated lower. The handling has been fantastic and the space is amazing. I'm 6'2 and I always had room. My 6'7 friend was also comfortable...well as comfortable as he would ever be in a car. The size is huge. I was able to move couches, and buy full sheets of plywood. After 8 years of driving it hard I'm looking to get a new car. It's going to be the Outlander - the Endeavors replacement.