2009 Mitsubishi EclipseKarlee G - Orlando, FL10/02/2016
I bought a 2004 Eclipse in 2009 and traded it in 2013 for a 2009 Eclipse. I absolutely love those little cars. My '09 Eclipse was dream! All I did was regular maintenance on the vehicle and I never had any issues. It was fun to drive and had a lot 'get up and go' power. People were surprised to learn that it was 4 cylinder not a 6. I traded it in for a Mustang, but sometimes I miss it (nothing against my Mustang). They are great little cars. I wish Mitsubishi still made them.
I have had my 2003 Spyder GTS for 6 years, I drove it off the showroom floor in Oct. 2002, It has 72,000 miles on it. All I have ever had to do is buy tires and a battery. It is still black ,sparkling,beautiful. and runs like a dream. It's for sure a heard turner! I get calls all the time from people trying to buy it. Dealers included!
I went to purchase a new car since mine is getting up there in years but everytime I looked out at my Spyder in the lot,and then looked at the new car parked beside it, I said "That's OK ,I will keep mine" the other cars just couldn't hold a candle to it. Yes Including the new spyders,
I guess I will just get a tune up,add XM RADIO, and keep the best car I have ever owned.
If you have a chance to but a 2003 Spyder, My advise is to go for it! You will love it,
it's a soon to be Classic.
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.
We used CarMax price data from January 1 through June 30, to compile this list of the best affordable sports cars with average prices under $25,000. This list includes the Nissan 370Z, the Subaru BRZ, and even the Corvette.
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