Purchased at 19 miles.
4 years since then. No problems at 50,000 plus miles.
Comfy long distances.
Hwy mileage is very good, not so much in the city.
AWD runs great off-road, including the sand
The least i like about it, noticeable muffler from the back of the
SUV, and U-turns are wide.
I have owned my 2005 Endeavor for approximately 5 years now. I first thought it was a jeep from viewing from the street. i went to the car lot and was surprised it was not a jeep. I took it for a test drive up and down hills. It was a smooth ride and was easy to handle. I have purchased many cars in my life and found this one to be easy on maintenance only needing regular oil change.
I bought my car in June of 2005 and have loved every minute of it.
Love the sporty look and have not had but 3 problems (regular wear & tear) with it.
In the last 6.5 years, I have put 111,000 miles on it and spent under $800 getting all repairs done.
Not bad considering I am always on the road.
Would recommend this car to anyone.
Great for singles, couples, families or even hauling animals around like me (4 dogs and 2 cats).
I have had my Endeavor for 5 1/2 years now and at 95,000 miles had my first problem--not even a new car bug. (have kept all service, minor and major up to date). Just had to have propeller shaft and bearing assembly replaced due to bad bearings. But fully covered by 100,000 Mile powertrain warranty. Feel great this is the only issue in 95K miles!
We bought our Endeavor with about 75,000 miles on it in 2010. We have driven it across the country and back a few times and we just love it! It currently has 181,000 miles on it and is still going strong. We have only had to do routine maintenance on it except for one thing. The air conditioner started to drain into the vehicle instead of outside but we took it to the dealership and only ended up paying a couple hundred dollars. Other than that it has been a super reliable vehicle.