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2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor FWD 4dr LS

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Top Features of Base Model

  • SUV body
  • 3.8-liter V-6 engine
  • Three configurations
  • Four-speed automatic transmission

About the Mitsubishi Endeavor

The Mitsubishi Endeavor is a vehicle that Mitsubishi made between 2004 and 2011, and it definitely gives off a feel of ruggedness while still being great as a family vehicle or a regular everyday commuter car. Throughout that time, the exterior shifted to keep up with the changing tastes of the consumer and the trends of the industry.

The three configurations—the LS, the LS AWD, and the LTD—all have unique features.

The Endeavor is a crossover. This type of vehicle has a body that looks similar to an SUV, but it's actually built more like a car. Because of this, the Endeavor is better on pavement than dirt or rough terrain.

This crossover might not have the same level of handling as some trucks, but the AWD model drives well in snow, ice, and sand. Like many smaller crossovers, it also sits slightly higher than most four-door sedans.

Because it sits higher, it has more clearance when driving through heavy snow. This makes it a great option for people who live a little farther out in the country or just need to get to work early in the morning before the roads get plowed.

Throughout the manufacturing history of the Mitsubishi Endeavor, the model featured only the 3.8-liter V-6 engine, but this engine provides adequate get-up-and-go for the size of the vehicle. Although this SUV stopped production in 2011, it's still built solidly. Because of this, even an older year could be the used crossover that you've been looking for.

It might also be the best choice for people looking for a crossover that's slightly on the smaller side. It offers good towing capacity without being as much of a gas guzzler as some other larger models.

Vehicles such as this type of crossover are also a great option for people who want to be able to see the road better. For instance, some people who are shorter enjoy a view from a higher perspective.

What Is the Storage Space Like?

One of the biggest reasons that many people move up in size from a car to an SUV or crossover is to have more room than they would in a sedan. The cargo space in the 2011 edition is 76.4 cubic feet when the second row folds down. With the seats up, it offers 40.7 cubic feet of storage.

What Are the Technology Features?

Some technology features in a car, truck, or crossover can make the drive more fun or comfortable. This model has Bluetooth capabilities and audio controls on the steering wheel.

It also has a six-speaker audio system. With these features, the 2011 Endeavor was a great vehicle in which to enjoy music and other entertainment.

What Is the Interior Upholstery and Trim Like on This Vehicle?

With this model, you can get standard cloth seats, or you can upgrade to leather seats and a leather steering wheel for a touch of class. Many of the pieces are also made of plastic, which some people think feels cheap.

Differences between the Available Configurations

On the 2008 model year and later, the major differences between the car's configurations are the quality of materials used. On the LS, cloth upholstery is standard, but when you upgrade, you get a leather interior. For some people, these are the differences between a luxury driving experience and a ride that feels overly common or even low-quality.

The LS configuration's more notable features include keyless entry and a tilt steering wheel. An upgrade to a higher configuration will get buyers leather upholstery and heated seats. Buyers also get nine speakers instead of six on the stereo system.

People searching for select types of features might have interest because of the stereo system, which was of a high quality for the year. It also offers access to a CD player.

Optional Features on the LTD Configuration

With the LTD configuration, buyers can also upgrade with a sunroof and a navigation system. Not everyone considers a sunroof to be a luxury item, but it's a nice option for some. The navigation system is also a good feature that more people in 2011 were beginning to appreciate over some of the other possible exterior navigation devices.

Other Features Available on the 2008 Year and Later

One of the most notable additions to the 2008 model is the towing package. When a car or truck has this feature, it typically comes with better suspension, a bigger radiator, brakes, and a better transmission.

It also comes with a power steering wheel fluid cooler. These features improve the performance of the vehicle when it's towing heavy loads. This way, you can attach a trailer to the hitch and tow your large sporting equipment or gear for work.

Where the Mitsubishi Endeavor Fits in the Lineup

Not only is it in between other Mitsubishi models in terms of size, but it is also of a different class. As far as size goes, the Mitsubishi Endeavor stacks up similarly to other models in terms of legroom and seating. However, if you're looking for a used SUV/crossover, this Mitsubishi model might suit your needs better than others because it has significantly more cargo room.

This crossover also offers a good change if you currently have a truck and want something that is smaller and gets better gas mileage than a full-size pickup. It's also nice if you want something that is more comfortable and easier to get into and out of. These features make the Mitsubishi Endeavor better for families or people who simply appreciate a comfortable ride after a couple of hours in a big truck.

Pros and Cons of the 2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor


  • Roomy back seat
  • Quiet operation
  • Strong acceleration
  • Comfortable ride
  • Extra features, such as the Rockford Fosgate stereo and heated seats, which are available with some configurations


  • Lots of wind noise at high speeds
  • Cheap interior
  • Poor cornering
  • Not good for off-roading
Model History

History of the Mitsubishi Endeavor

Mitsubishi only produced the Endeavor for about eight years because of a lack of sales. It's larger than the new 2019 Outlander, but it's also smaller than the Montero. The Mitsubishi Endeavor came out at about the same time that the Montero stopped production.

Through that time, the body of the vehicle changed slightly. The company also did yearly updates to keep up with changing safety standards and provide improvements that consumers mentioned in reviews. For instance, the 2005 LS had front-side air bags as standard.

In 2006, the body got a slight remodel, and the XLS was also dropped that year. The 2007 model made a few upgrades but also dropped a few things. First of all, Mitsubishi added side-curtain air bags as an extra safety feature.

It also added a navigation system, but the DVD system got removed from its offerings, and in 2008, the anti-skid feature came standard on all models. Although vehicles built today have more options for built-in services and support, the navigation is still a useful feature.

The SUV never took off with consumers because it couldn't differentiate itself enough from similar models. For instance, it's similar to the Toyota Highlander and Chevrolet Traverse in style and size. However, with some of its other downsides, by 2009, sales of the vehicles had started to drop.

The company also didn't come out with any updates in 2009 and 2010. The Mitsubishi Endeavor stopped production in 2011 along with the Lancer the same year and the Galant and the Eclipse in 2012.

Specs & Key Features of the 2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor


Body Style
4-Door Wagon
225 hp
Passenger Doors
Passenger Seating
Front Wheel Drive
City MPG

Key Features

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bluetooth
  • CD Player
  • Cruise Control

More Features

  • 3.8L SOHC MPI 24-valve V6 engine
  • 4-speed Sportronic automatic transmission w/OD
  • Transmission oil cooler
  • Front wheel drive
  • Pwr rack & pinion steering
  • 4-wheel disc brakes
  • 17" alloy wheels
  • P235/65R17 all-season tires
  • Full size steel spare wheel
  • Tubular roof rails
  • Auto-off headlights
  • Fog lamps
  • Color-keyed pwr exterior mirrors
  • Rear privacy glass
  • Color-keyed door handles
  • AM/FM stereo w/CD/MP3 player -inc: (6) speakers
  • Bluetooth hands-free wireless technology
  • Front bucket seats -inc: 6-way adjustable driver seat, driver adjustable lumbar
  • 60/40 split fold-down rear seatback
  • Cloth seat trim
  • Front floor mats
  • Pwr windows
  • Pwr door locks
  • Keyless entry system w/panic alarm
  • Alarm system
  • Anti-theft engine immobilizer
  • Cruise control
  • Air conditioning
  • Rear seat heater ducts
  • Dual illuminated visor/vanity mirrors
  • 4-wheel anti-lock braking system (ABS) w/electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD)
  • Active stability & traction control
  • Daytime running lamps
  • Driver & front passenger dual-stage airbags w/front passenger sensor
  • Driver & front passenger seat-mounted side-impact airbags
  • Front/rear side curtain airbags
  • 3-point seatbelts for all occupants
  • Tire pressure monitoring system

Warranty Options for the 2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor (4)










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Available Trims for the 2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor (3)

FWD 4dr LS
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FWD 4dr SE
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AWD 4dr SE
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Safety Ratings for the 2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor

2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor FWD 4dr LS

US NHTSA Crash Test Results

Results shown are for the 2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor FWD 4dr LS:

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