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2007 Mitsubishi Endeavor review and picture

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Lots of people looking for a sports utility vehicle are interested in size, but that isn’t all these crafty vehicles have to offer, and the 2007 Mitsubishi Endeavor proves that point. If you aren’t looking for an SUV that comes with the optin of a third row seat, then you’ll definitely want to take the Endeavor into your consideration. This crossover SUV offers comfort and driving fun in a stylish package that will delight admirers of compact SUVs all over the place.

The Good:

  • drives like a car
  • handles like one, too
  • lots of space for passengers in front and back
  • V6 engine does well on torque
  • well built
  • great warranty

The Bad:

  • no option for a third row seat
  • not as much space for storage
  • poor materials in the cabin

Only a couple of additions and changes have been put through for the Mitsubishi Endeavor in the 2007 model year. They aren’t heavy things, with the loss of the Limited trim level whose spot is now taken over by the new SE trim, which has a few extra additions for standard features, such as leather seating, a navigation system, and satellite radio. Always a safe option, it gets even safer with side curtain airbags and more stability control, which now comes with every all wheel drive trim in standard.

The 2007 Mitsubish Endeavor comes in two trim levels, the LS and the LE. The LS comes with the following features standard:

  • 17-inch alloy wheels
  • keyless entry
  • full power accessories
  • ful size spare tire

The SE trim level is the highest trim, and adds the following features as standard:

  • power driver seat
  • leather seating
  • trip computer
  • heated front seats
  • six-disc CD changer

Options for the 2007 Mitsubishi Endeavor are few, but include a sunroof and navigation system. The appearance package comes with side steps, mudguards, and a cargo shelf, and there is also a towing package available.

The 2007 Mitsubishi Endeavor did great on crash tests, getting five stars across the board from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and a rating of goof from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. It comes with antilock disc brakes, traction control, a tire pressure monitor, and full length side curtain airbags.

Cheers,

Fashun Guadarrama.

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