2011 Mitsubishi Eclipse

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$18,999-$32,599
$18,354-$30,854
19 CITY / 27 HWY
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The Eclipse comes as a GS, GS Sport, or GT in either the coupe or Spyder configurations. The GS and GS Sport have a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine with 162 hp and 162 lb-ft of torque. The GT ups that to a 3.8-liter V6 with 265 hp and 262 lb-ft of torque. The GS comes with a 4-speed automatic transmission, though a 5-speed manual is available; the GT has a standard 5-speed auto with an optional 6-speed manual.
2016,
2016,Airbags, stability control, electronic brake force distribution, tire pressure monitoring and anti-lock brakes are standard on all Eclipses. The Spyder has an automatic cloth top with a glass rear window and full headliner that folds in 19 seconds.
2016,
2016,The GS includes standard power mirrors, 18-inch alloy wheels, cruise control and a split-folding rear seat. The GS Sport adds HID projector-type headlamps as well as heated leather front seats with a 6-way power driver's seat. The GS Sport, GT and all Spyder models add standard Bluetooth connectivity and a Rockford-Fosgate sound system with Sirius satellite radio. GS Sport and GT models add a rearview camera, while the GT gets auto climate control, steering wheel audio controls, and a power sunroof.
2016,
2016,An Accessory Sport Aero Kit, available on GS Sport coupe and GT coupe and Spyder models, adds a color-keyed front air dam, side sill extensions, and a rear corner air dam, while a Accessory Appearance Package, also available on the GS Sport and GT, adds an alloy fuel door, wheel locks and sport front floor mats.

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