At a Glance
|Pricing||$27,999 - $32,828|
|Engines||2.4l I4, 3.8l V6|
|Fuel Economy||16-20 (city), 24-27 (highway)|
Mitsubishi has offered a convertible version of the Eclipse since the nineties. The latest model has seating for four, but the rear seat is more of a bench. The power-operated convertible soft top is fully lined for reduced noise and improved insulation. Two models are offered: the GS which is powered by a 162-bhp 4-cylinder and the GT which is powered by Mitsubishi's 265-bhp 3.8L V6. The 2012 model year is the last for the Eclipse.
Possessing eye-catching styling whether its top is up or down, a vast selection of high-end luxury-oriented features and accessories included at no additional cost to the consumer and offering a driving experience on a par with infinitely more expensive, open-top grand touring machines, the sub-$30,000 introductory MSRP 2011 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder is a mid-size convertible sports car that leaves its rivals in its well-healed dust. Available in two trim lines - a remarkably refined and well-equipped...Read.
|Eclipse Spyder GS||2.4l I4 (162-bhp)||A4||FWD||20/27/23||51||$27,999|
|Eclipse Spyder GT||3.8l V6 (265-bhp)||A5||FWD||16/24/20||63||$32,828|