Used 2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor SUV Crossover Trims & Features

Trims & Features of the 2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor SUV Crossover

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The Mitsubishi Endeavor SUV Crossover comes in two trims that offer a variety of features and accessories. The LS is the base model with the SE being the top model. With the LS, buyers get a 3.8 Liter 225 horsepower V^ motor with a 4 speed automatic transmission that has manual shift mode. The LS is front wheel drive and includes air conditioning, full power accessories, Bluetooth, CD player, 17 inch allow wheels, foglights, cruise control and tilt steering.

The SE boasts those same features and adds in many new ones. With the Mitsubishi Endeavor SUV Crossover SE buyers will get leather upholstery, Rockford audio system with satellite radio, navigation system, rearview camera, heated seats, sunroof, an all wheel drive option, 18 inch alloy wheels, heated outside mirrors, and audio controls mounted on the steering wheel.

Both trims of the Mitsubishi Endeavor SUV Crossover feature ample safety features including stability and traction control, standard rollover sensing side curtain airbags, tire pressure monitoring, antilock disc brakes, and front seat side airbags. What many have found is that the Endeavor simply doesn't offer the same common features as other crossover vehicles in this price range. That doesn't mean there aren't benefits, but the value might not as high.

The interior of the Mitsubishi Endeavor SUV Crossover is typical for the company with functional controls and a less than stylish design. While the blue backlighting does add some stylish appeal, the overall look is much cheaper than the price calls for. The cabin is quite roomy and comfortable for up to five tall adults, but the lack of a 3rd row seat leaves a lot to be desired against the competition. It handles well on and off the road, though it works much better when kept on typical roadways. It has less engine power than many crossover vehicles, but the performance is still good. While there is ample cargo room, when placed side by side with other compact SUVs, the Endeavor is lacking.

All in all the Mitsubishi Endeavor SUV Crossover is an adequate choice if one is looking for a reasonable compact SUV that offers all wheel drive and typical features. However, the reason that sales never achieved the high goals set out for the Endeavor is because at the price range it is not comparable to the other crossovers. A lack of features, slower engine and no third row seat make it less desirable than some of the market favorites.

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