The 2011 Mitsubishi Eclipse is an incredible car that is as powerful as it is affordable. In fact, it's amazing that the Eclipse doesn't cost more.
There are three trims to choose from on the Mitsubishi Eclipse: the GS, GS Sport, and GT. Standard on all three are great features like ice-blue LED illumination of the console and instruments. There is a soft-touch wave-form cockpit and roof is painted black. Look bad to the bone with the integrated clear and chrome rear spoiler, exotic styling including a black grille, and dual exhaust outlets with polished tips. Ride in safety with 4-wheel disc brakes with ABS and EBD as well as Active Stability Control with Tracion Control (ASC).
The GS, which starts at $18,999 has all the standard features and includes a 2.4-liter, 162-horsepower 4-cylinder MIVEC engine. Choose from a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed Sportronic automatic transmission. The GS comes complete with dual exhaust outlets, 18-inch alloy wheels and a high-mount center LCD audio display that includes a clock.
The Eclipse GS Sport, starting at $24,928, has all the standard features as well as a 4-speed Sportronic automatic transmission and 162-horsepower MIVEC engine. It also has 18-inch alloy wheels. This trim includes High-Intensity Discharge (HID) projector headlamps and heated front leather seats with a 6-way power driver's seat.
The Eclipse GT has all the featurs of the GS Sport, but the engine is a 3.8-liter, 265-horsepower V6 MIVEC engine and the transmission is a 5-speed Sportronic automatic. The price starts at $29,408 for the GT.