The convertible Spyder eclipse is the best purchase I have ever made, much less work than my college degrees and less up keep than my house. Having the top down on a nice day makes that 9-5 rat race so much more bearable and generally leaves me in a better mood + the v6 engine really gives you that extra boost when ever you need it.
Negatives: The truck space in minimal, the backseat is a joke it might as well be a 2 seater, when the top is up the back window is really small and visibility suffers, especially at night and in poor weather.
It is a very fun car to drive. It has plenty of power for back road goofing off and has sporty lines that look great. With the top down, the air flows over the cabin perfectly. When you drive, you can tell the designers put a lot of time into the airflow design. I really only drive it on the weekends for fun through the Summer when the weather is nice. I have taken one road trip with it and had an absolute blast driving the whole trip. My Grandmother even enjoyed cruising around in it.
While the last Mitsubishi Eclipse rolled off of the production line several years ago, you can still find this sleek and iconic little sports coupe in the market today. Americans enjoyed a 20-plus year love affair with this fun Japanese car and its powerful engines, sleek styling, and affordability.
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