I don't know about size and features, but the wheel well flares, body angles, etc... are reminiscent of the Jeep Grand Cherokee.Helldiver said:...Anybody noticed the new Mitsubishi Endeavor?
Looks like it's aimed directly at Pilots and Highlanders...
From the rear, it doesn't look too much like the Pilot, though...Helldiver said:Hi all,
Anybody noticed the new Mitsubishi Endeavor?
Looks like it's aimed directly at Pilots and Highlanders.
If you cover up the grill it looks almost identical to the pilot...
The side profile and the rims look almost the same!
It is a GMC Envoy XL (with some trim modifications). If your looking for the boat, take one for a ride. It's about a foot longer than a Yukon.HiFlyer said:It may be, I have never really looked at a domestic that closely. My image of any GMC SUV is that of a boat, not a car.
Agreed...brooklynpilot said:No thanks. I'll stick with my Honda. These other trucks wont be as quiet or refined or have the build quality of the Pilot.
But, that's my opinion.......
Sure. . .I know, it's a KIA. But aside from that, it's actually a decent looking SUV, I think. If it was badged something else, I would take a look at it.brooklynpilot said:
Seen the Kia....uhm....no comment
At MSRP from $28,649-31,349, I'll stick with the Pilot!Isuzu replaces the aging Trooper for 2003 with a new flagship based on the General Motors' extended-length midsize SUVs. Except for some appearance trim, Ascender duplicates the Chevrolet TrailBlazer EXT and GMC Envoy XL, including their three-row, 7-passenger seating. It offers their 6-cyl or V8 power and 4-speed automatic transmission. Ascender is available with rear-wheel drive or GM's 4WD that can be left engaged on dry pavement and includes low-range gearing.