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2012 Mitsubishi Endeavor SUV, review, photo
Available in six trim levels, the all new 2012 Mitsubishi Endeavor is producing models ranging from the LS FWD to the Limited AWD. Not intended for off-roading, the 2012 Mitsubishi Endeavor offers front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive without low end gearing. The new car-based SUV, the 2012 Mitsubishi Endeavor, is a 5-passenger midsize V6. Even so, the Endeavor is a great deal of fun to drive with its higher stance and nimble handling and agility. Continue reading our 2012 Mitsubishi Endeavor review, which covers the Endeavor's power train, safety features and standard equipment.
Available Late 2012 on the 2012 Endeavor will be the Mitsubishi Active Skid and Traction Control M-ASTC. Current models of the 2012 Endeavor sport Mitsubishi Active Skid Vehicle Stability Control System and Traction Control. The information we received from the manufacturer for our 2012 Mitsubishi Endeavor review was that the towing capacity of the new Endeavor is 3500 lb. Both the LS FWD and the Endeavor Limited AWD are equipped with a standard 3.8-liter, V6, 215-horsepower engine with an iron block, aluminum heads and single overhead cam that achieves 17-mpg in the city and 23/21-mpg on the highway. Also common to both the Endeavor LS FWD and the Limited AWD is a four-speed Sportronic automatic transmission with manual shifting capability.
Competing with models such as the Honda Highlander and Pilot, the 2012 Mitsubishi Endeavor comes with the following standard features:
Acknowledging the limitations that the 2012 Mitsubishi Endeavor has being a car-based vehicle, Mitsubishi offers a special towing package to more closely align itself with the likes of the Ford Explorer:
The LS model Endeavor is designed with black accents outside while the more expensive models have chrome touches or color enhancements. Safety minded individuals will be appeased by the availability of front side airbags. The cabins of both the Endeavor LS and the XLS display an eye-catching instrument panel with audio and climate controls mounted in a center robot-like pod. As most of us remember the 2012 Mitsubishi Endeavor commercial song, Mitsubishi also hopes you will remember the pure driving enjoyment you get when you experience a test drive.