2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor
The 2011 model of Mitsubishi Endeavor is a large sized crossover sport utility vehicle. It is the eighth generation and introduced with some styling enhanced cues. Primarily, it is designed for on-road driving. This vehicle is not included with a dual-range transfer case; so, off-road capabilities are limited to an extent. The rivals of this version are Nissan Murano, Toyota Highlander, and Honda Pilot.
Endeavor is available in SE and LE trim levels for 2011. Both the trim levels are standard with front-wheel drive, but SE model has an exclusive all-wheel drive. For 2011, a navigation system is included on SE trim level along with a moonroof and backup camera.
Exterior and Interior
2011 Endeavor is featured with a mesh grille set, which is mounted above a chin-type spoiler. It has creased wheel arches and large wheel openings. Some other exterior features are 18-inch wheels on SE and 17-inch wheels on LS trim levels, fully independent suspension, and standard fog lights.
The interior of this vehicle is designed for five people. All rear passengers can be seated in a 60/40-split folding backseat. Some interior features are optional heated leather upholstery, standard cloth seats, optional automatic climate control, standard manual air conditioning, standard CD stereo, optional Rockford Fosgate, 6-CD audio system, standard cruise control, and optional power driver’s seat.
2011 Mitsubishi Endeavoris designed with a standard 3.8-liter V-6 engine. This engine can give out 255 pounds-feet of torque and 225 horsepower. The towing capacity of this engine is around 5,500 pounds with all-wheel drive. Moreover, the vehicle has standard 4-speed automatic transmission with clutch-less manual mode.
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