$26,599 – $32,299 MSRP
$25,079 – $30,434 Invoice
17 / 21 MPG City/Hwy
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For 2006, Mitsubishi's Endeavor receives a fresh front end accentuated by a new, stylish chrome grille, and there's new styling of the rear bumper and the addition of a rear bumper extension. On the color wheel, Platinum Pearl is added to the palette of exterior color choices, and the interior gains a richer and brighter appearance with the addition of beige color trim in the cabin, chrome accents to the instrument panel controls, a bright silver metallic finish on the inner door levers and accent, and MP3 playback capability to every CD system as a standard feature. For 2006, the anti-lock braking system with electronic brake-force distribution is standard for all Endeavor trim lines, as is a full-size spare wheel and tire with a towing prep package. Finally, traction control is now standard for two-wheel-drive models, and there's a new Road Trip option for LS models.
Originally introduced in 2003, the midsize Endeavor SUV is available in two trim levels for 2006: base LS and uplevel Limited, and is available in either front-wheel or all-wheel drive. Powering all Endeavors is a 3.8L V-6 rated at 225 hp, mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission with Sportronic shifting. The transmission features fully adaptive shift control that "learns" driver inputs and tailors transmission operation to each driver's habits. Standard safety features include daytime running lamps, three-point seat belts at all seating positions, front seat belt pre-tensioners and force limiters, advanced dual-stage front air bags, and front seat-mounted side-impact air bags.
Standard amenities on the Endeavor LS include air conditioning, power accessories, an AM/FM/CD audio system, center console storage, roof rails, and a color-keyed stone guard, as well as a 60/40 rear folding seat, a driver's-side vanity mirror, and four accessory outlets. The LS model also gets 17-inch, five-spoke cast aluminum wheels. The Endeavor Limited adds premium fabric seats, a power driver's seat, auto air conditioning with rear passenger A/C controller and blower, fog lamps, a seven-speaker, 315-watt Mitsubishi/Infiniti AM/FM/CD premium audio system with 6-disc changer and steering wheel audio controls, and a color dot-matrix center information display with drive computer, compass, outdoor temperature and maintenance recorder. Roof rack crossbeams and a cargo area cover are also included.
Options for the LS includes the new Road Trip package with a rear DVD entertainment system with two wireless headphones and remote control, a Mitsubishi/Infiniti AM/FM/CD premium audio system with 6-disc changer and steering wheel audio controls, a color dot-matrix center information display with drive computer, compass, outdoor temperature and maintenance recorder, anti-theft alarm system, cargo cover net, and a sport-touch steering wheel. The Endeavor Limited offers a large sliding power sunroof or a rear DVD entertainment system with two wireless headphones and a remote control as options. The Limited's leather package option includes leather seating surfaces and door trim, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, and heated front seats and outer mirrors.
With no less than 20 models competing in the crowded Midsize Utility segment, Mitsubishi Endevavor plays against such steadfast contenders as the Ford Explorer, Jeep Grand Cherokee and the Toyota 4Runner.
According to the J.D. Power and Associates Sales Report,SM the segment is hotly contested by the best-selling Chevrolet TrailBlazer (244,150 sales in 2005), followed by the Jeep Grand Cherokee (213,584), and Ford Explorer (203,483). The Mitsubishi Endeavor sold 20,994 units in 2005. Other volume models in the segment include the Honda Pilot, Dodge Durango, Toyota 4Runner, Nissan Pathfinder, and GMC Envoy and Envoy XL.
|LS (A4)||4 speed automatic||$26,599||225-hp / 3.8L 6-cyl||17/23|
|Limited (A4)||4 speed automatic||$30,799||225-hp / 3.8L 6-cyl||17/23|