2010 Mitsubishi Endeavor Values
Select a 2010 Mitsubishi Endeavor trim level
2010 model year changes
The Mitsubishi Endeavor returns for 2010 with some slight appearance changes, new wheel designs, and a couple of new colors (Carbon and Maizen Blue). Specifically, the Endeavor gets a restyled grille and restyled tailgate, while all trims now get the fog lamps and color keyed door handles and mirrors that used to be relegated to upmarket SE models. Inside, the front armrest is wrapped in leatherette, automatic climate control is included in the SE models and a Bluetooth hands-free system with voice recognition is now standard across the model line. Base LS models are now offered only with front-wheel drive, while the SE is still available with all-wheel drive. Available on the SE, there's a new Navigation & Sunroof Package, which combines a DVD nav system, rear-view backup camera, sunroof, and cargo cover.
Smooth, torquey powertrain; tough enough for most needs; seating and cargo space; long list of features
Special features for 2010
The Endeavor is an often-overlooked alternative for active families looking for a well-rounded vehicle to fit a wide range of needs. While the Endeavor has chunkier, more angular styling, it's a roomy, car-based crossover vehicle geared more toward on-road performance. And with a long list of standard equipment, you don't need to add options to get a very agreeable vehicle.