Mitsubishi Endeavor was a mid-size SUV that was produced in 2003 through 2011. The car was based on the 9th gen Galant and created specially for the North American market. It replaced Montero Sport, and was between Outlander and Montero. In 2011, Endeavor was terminated and replaced by Outlander.
Endeavor analogs: Chevrolet Equinox, Toyota 4Runner, Honda Pilot, Nissan Murano, Jeep Grand Cherokee, and other SUVs.
Mitsubishi Endeavor had only one engine, it was the rather large 3.8-liter 6G75 V6. It had 215 horsepower, and in the last year of production, the power was boosted to 225 HP. Nothing more was offered for Endeavor.
We know all about the 6G75, and we will tell you everything that is important to know: its specifications, the key problems, advantages and disadvantages, engine oil and its amount. We will also tell you how to boost it to almost 280 HP.
1st generation (2003 – 2011):
Mitsubishi Endeavor (215 HP) – 3.8 L
Mitsubishi Endeavor (225 HP) – 3.8 L