The Eclipse comes as a GS, GS Sport, SE or GT in either the coupe or Spyder configurations. The GS, GS Sport and SE have a 2.4L 4-cylinder engine that makes 162 hp and 162 lb-ft of torque. The GT ups that to a 3.8L V6 that makes 265 hp and 262 lb-ft of torque. The GS comes with a 5-speed manual transmission, though a 4-speed automatic is available. The GT comes with a 5-speed automatic.
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.
The GS includes standard power mirrors, 18-inch alloy wheels, cruise control and a split-folding rear seat. The GS Sport adds a power glass sunroof, HID projector-type headlamps, a 650-watt Rockford Fosgate stereo with SIRIUS satellite radio, Bluetooth and heated leather seats.
The new-for-2012 SE model adds heated power mirrors, aluminum scuff plates, special graphics and unique wheels.
The GT comes with the 3.8L engine, but also climate control and a rear-view camera.
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.
The Mi-Tech will sit alongside the Super Height K-Wagon concept, which as it sounds, is a really tall wagon.
The company says this SUV concept will use a plug-in hybrid powertrain and an electric four-wheel-drive system.
Buyers might score a great deal on these older models, but still brand-new.
With lots of these vehicles left on dealer lots, automakers will be eager to move them to driveways.
It depends on whether or not the car is equipped with automatic braking and better headlights.
It's been revised for 2020, but it still remains a solid value.
Mitsubishi hasn't exactly been faithful to its performance roots of late.
The move may save the brand a bunch of cash and make working with its partner Nissan a lot easier.