Care for an aging, large-ish SUV from a company fighting for its very existence in the US market? You've come to the proper venue. It's the 2007 Mitsubishi Endeavor, and while it never did get its just props due to its five-seat configuration and off-kilter price-to-value ratio, the Endeavor is a relatively nimble box with a torquey 3.8-liter V6 and decent off-road capability. Sure it only has a four-speed autobox in a field of fives and sixes, but its once-radical styling has already made a quick plunge to dated and come out on the "they still make those?" side of the prestige curve. With a $4,000 rebate on the LS model, and with some fancy footwork against a beleaguered Mitsubishi salesperson looking to move anything but the rented furniture, you could come out ahead. That is, as long as you don't sweat the catastrophic depreciation. [via MSN Autos]