Mitsubishi Crossover Endeavor
Today’s modern family is in need of good solid transportation. Parents and children have a great amount of activities to get to besides the everyday trip to work and to school, so a vehicle that is reliable, comfortable, and has a lot of room is vital. The days of the minivan mom are gone as they are now looking to an alternative form of transportation that is a bit more stylish but still has the function to hold a lot of stuff. This was the basis for the new crossover generation. A crossover vehicle has the comfort and design of a car but is a bit larger in size, but smaller than a truck or large SUV.
Each car manufacturer has their own crossover design. One of the cars is the Mitsubishi crossover Endeavor. The price range on an endeavor is around $27,000 to $33,000. It comes equipped with a 3.8 liter V-6 engine. This Mitsubishi crossover was added to the manufacturers lineup shortly after the introduction of the Outlander. The Endeavor gets average fuel economy with 15 miles per gallon in the city and 19 miles per gallon on the highway.
The Mitsubishi crossover Endeavor comfortably seats five with a nice amount of cargo area. It is well equipped with a nice amount of safety features like four wheel disc antilock brakes, front and side airbags, and an electronic stability control system.
A negative about the Endeavor is that it has not been updated since 2008 besides losing the option for a drive train. Mitsubishi has a larger SUV, the Outlander, which is quite similar to the Endeavor but includes more seating capacity and handles better. The Endeavor does have the nice feature of a wider tail gate which can accommodate up to four feet. It also has 12V power outlets to be able to run a standard plug.
Another nice feature that Mitsubishi offers is a 5 year/ 60,000 mile warranty. This is almost double the amount of other cars in its class. You can buy a Mitsubishi Endeavor with either front wheel or all wheel drive. However, if you intend for your vehicle to be able to go off road, this crossover probably is not for you. It is not built to include a transfer case so its capabilities are limited to major roadways only.
When searching for a crossover vehicle, there are many options on the market. A good crossover vehicle has enough seating and cargo space for a larger family, yet has the handling of a car instead of a clumsy truck. There is no need for a utility vehicle to be ugly either, so style and design are important. When going on vacation or a long trip, comfort is f the essence. This description is exactly what the Mitsubishi crossover Endeavor provides.
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