2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse
91,268 Miles
$6,995

Odessa, TX
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2008 Mitsubishi Eclipse
96,968 Miles
$7,980

Reno, NV
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2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse
100,535 Miles
$5,990

Kennewick, WA
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2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse
59,629 Miles
$12,446

Vancouver, WA
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2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse
56,927 Miles
$10,910

Portland, OR
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2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse
75,477 Miles
$8,977

Fort Wayne, IN
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2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse
155,505 Miles
$7,971

Northumberland, PA
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2008 Mitsubishi Eclipse
148,899 Miles
$5,295

Hermantown, MN
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2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse
109,874 Miles
$5,988

Schaumburg, IL
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2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse
125,409 Miles
$9,990

Indianapolis, IN
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2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse
31,807 Miles
$5,995

Manhasset, NY
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2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse
37,631 Miles
$12,849

Owasso, OK
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2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse
147,346 Miles
$2,995

Bartlesville, OK
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2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse
150,984 Miles
$2,999

Waite Park, MN
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2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse
163,185 Miles
$3,500

Chesapeake, VA
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2008 Mitsubishi Eclipse
158,654 Miles
$6,900

Martinsville, IN
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2009 Mitsubishi Eclipse
79,395 Miles
$9,301

Rifle, CO
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2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse
91,515 Miles
$9,999

Puyallup, WA
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2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse
67,325 Miles
$8,497

Glen Burnie, MD
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2008 Mitsubishi Eclipse
115,666 Miles
$6,995

York, PA
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Mitsubishi Eclipse Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.8
Value
3.8
Performance
3.9
Style
4.4
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
3.6
Maintenance
3.7

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Mitsubishi Eclipse Owner Ratings & Reviews

2005 Mitsubishi Eclipse - Such a great car!

San Jose, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
This car is extremely comfortable and has a lot of power for the price. In interior on the GT model with leather is a dream as the seats are incredibly plush. The gauge cluster is well laid out and easy to read with styling you wouldn't expect in a car in for that year. The ride is nice and smooth and has a low, quiet profile overall. It has a sporty stance and appearance with a rear spoiler that seems to perfectly block out the light of the vehicle behind you. The vehicle does a respectable 31 mpg on the freeway and around 20 mpg in city driving. The tires are a great size and the ride is surprisingly smooth for being a sports car. I really love the outer lighting and overall styling of the car. It has extremely smooth lines and has a great looking, low profile. This car is definitely... (more)
Story
I drove the car up highway 1 here in Northern California. What a fun drive! I had the moonroof open and the car just hugged the road very tightly. It was a memorable experience.
Pros
Fast Good Gas mileage for the performance Comfortable Looks great Smooth ride.
Cons
The seats can be a little low. Gas mileage could be better

2009 Mitsubishi Eclipse - Bad purchase

Morrow, Ohio
Overall
1.0
Value
2.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
3.0
There are not many things I like about my vehicle. The quality of the car is not great. One main issue I have had is with the tires. No matter how many times I replace/rotate/balance the tires, they are always low. I have bought a brand new set of four tires twice and both times, within a month, they went low. I am not sure if it has something to do with the weight of the car or the build. Also, the interior is plastic and it is cheap. The weight of the doors is too much for the plastic interior handles to support. The driver and passenger handles have broken. I have had problems with the stereo system as well. The CD player has broken twice. It will not spit out CD's. If I do end up getting a CD out, it then takes several tries for the player to read the new disc that is put in. The a... (more)
Story
I have moved several times and once I moved out of state taking only my dog and what I could sit into my car. I put the backseats down and shoved as many things into my car as I could. The car is so small that all I could take were clothes, shoes, and a few household items such as small picture frames.
Pros
The body style of the car is nice. The design is sleek and sporty. Many people have complimented me on the car saying how nice it is. The small size of the vehicle is great as well. It is very easy to park the car in parking garages. Parallel parking is easy which is nice when in the city. In general, it has been fairly reliable. I have had the car for four years and have put roughly 55,000 miles on it without breaking down. Another pro is that maintenance on the vehicle is reasonably priced. As the driver, the car is comfortable for me. When driving long distances, the seat does get somew... (more)
Cons
The car is extremely uncomfortable for anyone who is a passenger. The back seat is far too small for any person to fit in because there is no legroom even when the front seats are scooted pretty far up. For such a small car that has a 4-cylinder engine, the fuel economy is terrible. I average about 23 miles to the gallon. The major cons of this vehicle are all of the interior things that are such poor quality. It is hard to pull your door shut when the handle is cheap broken plastic. There is no trunk space in the car, either.

1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse -

New Orleans, Louisiana
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I grew up around this car and bought it from my dad's best friend. He took decent care of it. Never was obsessively maintaining it, but it still made it all 20 years and I think that speaks for itself. It wasn't in the best shape when I bought it and I can't imagine I helped it too much while learning to drive stick. It drove like a racecar. One of my favorite things was how I could hear every thing I did to the car, it never hid the fact that it was a machine. I would always know immediately when something was wrong when the familiar rumble of the engine changed. It was easy to fix, being so old parts were abundant and everybody knows how to fix a Mitsubishi easy peasy. One drawback is all my friends couldn't fit in it as a 4-seat coupe, but my parents liked it that way and it did ev... (more)
Story
I loved driving it on smooth highways, I felt like a racecar driver. I could feel the engine and everything my car was doing. I would blast my subwoofers on the empty highway in my suburb town and just cruise. I never had more fun doing that than in my Eclipse.
Pros
It's low to the ground, there are very few blind spots. I never had trouble seeing what was going on around me. It's a long-lasting, low maintenance, good looking vehicle. It doesn't get much better than that.
Cons
It eventually developed some electrical issues, which was disappointing. It's not spacious in any way.