2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse
105,490 Miles
$9,599

Buena Park, CA
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2009 Mitsubishi Eclipse
60,656 Miles
$10,599

Boynton Beach, FL
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2011 Mitsubishi Eclipse
83,653 Miles
$11,599

Albuquerque, NM
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2011 Mitsubishi Eclipse
120,092 Miles
$10,599

Springfield, IL
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2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse
104,810 Miles
$9,599

Kentwood, MI
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2008 Mitsubishi Eclipse
58,497 Miles
$12,998

Santa Fe, NM
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2009 Mitsubishi Eclipse
108,738 Miles
$8,599

Charlotte, NC
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2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse
55,401 Miles
$12,998

Chattanooga, TN
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2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse
78,429 Miles
$8,998

Jensen Beach, FL
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2009 Mitsubishi Eclipse
51,246 Miles
$8,300

Auburn, CA
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2008 Mitsubishi Eclipse
114,319 Miles
$6,952

Sioux Falls, SD
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2008 Mitsubishi Eclipse
128,909 Miles
$9,999

Fairless Hills, PA
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2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse
118,081 Miles
$5,600

Oklahoma City, OK
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2009 Mitsubishi Eclipse
120,215 Miles
$6,200

Fairfield, OH
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2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse
116,729 Miles
$6,500

Indianapolis, IN
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2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse
117,962 Miles
$3,000

Greenville, SC
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2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse
19,686 Miles
$10,498

Cocoa, FL
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2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse
91,903 Miles
$5,490

Boise, ID
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2009 Mitsubishi Eclipse
78,614 Miles
$6,991

Danbury, CT
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2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse
132,229 Miles
$5,995

Red Oak, IA
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Mitsubishi Eclipse Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.8
32 Reviews
Overall
3.8
Value
3.7
Performance
3.7
Style
4.3
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
3.7
Reliability
3.6

Mitsubishi Eclipse Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse - Stripped down, raw, reliable fun

CY
Oxnard, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
This compact "budget" car offers a fun drive and in-cabin experience—but at a cost. This car really is stripped down. Without expensive options, this car offers minimal features: no temperature readings, no Bluetooth, no cameras or sensors, no fancy digital displays, no advanced steering technology beyond ABS, no more than two cupholders, not even top-side handlebars. This may make it sound like it comes with nothing that's "standard" nowadays, but rest assured that it surely comes with great security and safety features: lots of air bags, window locks, car alarm, etc. So it doesn't have much. What does this car offer then? It gives you one hell of a drive. The throttle is so responsive that it takes great discipline in holding it back as well as great awareness of your posture and p... (more)
Story
Driving through some canyons in the Los Angeles area as well as up and down the California coast along the Pacific Coast Highway is always exhilarating. I've had so much fun with the changes in road inclines and sharp turns mixed with some downhills. This car handles well and is so responsive that accelerating and braking quickly is so easy to do with confidence.
Pros
+ Reliable + Fun drive + Responsive throttle + Comfortable seats + Cargo space
Cons
- Lack of features - Limited driver visibility - not for many passengers

2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse - Fun to hug curves

JK
Merced, California
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.0
One of the best qualities of the Eclipse is the sleek design of its body and low profile. It gives off the appearance of going faster than actual driving speed. Although its a sporty car, it travels well for road trips and gets good gas mileage. I've traveled to Lake Tahoe to San Jose. Santa Cruz to Yosemite. Took it camping, tailgating, and all over town. It fits in wherever I go. I haven't had to make too many repairs, just regular auto maintenance.
Story
I drove around all summer using duct tape and gorilla tape to hold up my bumper after I snagged it on a cement block in a parking lot. The front end is low, and I am short so its hard to see the front end. I've curbed the car three times in one day but that was because I had my seat reclined too far back and couldn't see the right side wheel and distance.
Pros
Top positive things is the way it looks. The control I have driving around curves because of the low profile, and the gas mileage. It's an easy fit for parallel parking. Parts have been easy to find and body can be modified. Fun to drive.
Cons
Tall or heavier set people would have a difficult getting inside and out of the car, especially if getting into the back seat. Since it is low profile, have to use caution over speed bumps and parking lot cement blocks. I've caught the bumper onto one a couple of times and nearly pulled it off.

1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse -

Kayla
New Orleans, Louisiana
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
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.

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