2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor
There are 5 user reviews for the SE AWC trim shown below
- The best VALUE on the market
- No stardard iPod connection
Purchased As New
For those who love the outdoors:
You will be amazed to see how you fit 5 grown ups comfortably and still have cargo room for your equipment. There is plenty of leg and head room in each row. A 220-V plug at the front and the rear of the car. Mitsubishi's AWD is a dream in any terrain. Torque is evenly distributed and it allows for a smooth climb instead of jerky intervals I've noticed in other brands. The navigation system is easy to use and never gets you lost. It is a really smooth and comfortable ride.
For those who commute and run errands:
The built-in bluetooth system is done right. I love that its volume and mode controls are on the steering wheel. If it is chilli outside, seat warmers make it a comfortable commute every time. Parking is a breeze thanks to the rear-view/backup camera.
You will own a fully loaded true utility vehicle for the price that doesn't make you feel guilty. It is very affordable to service but I haven't had any issues so I only see my service manager for routine oil changes, tire rotations. A 10-year powertrain warranty? To me the choice was obvious. I spend 3 months test driving and comparing practically all makes and models from most popular auto makers and Mitsubishi provided the BEST VALUE for the money.
I can't wait to see if Mitsubishi revives it for the upcoming year with a fresh design, a standard iPod connection and a beefed up engine.
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