2011 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder Review: Back Seat Still Cramped

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Unless you're a small child and don't take up space then you'll be fine in the back seat of this 2011 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder. For everyone else, this should be taken into consideration when looking at the new 2011 model of this convertible. Available in the GS and GT models, this convertible seats four (in reality two) and is powered by some pretty powerful engines. The accessories and trimmings even on the GS model of the 2011 Spyder are impressive with its 17-inch tires, powered accessories, and keyless entry.

The GT is equipped with 18-inch tires, sport tuned suspension, and heated front seats. The negative about the 2011 lies with space: plenty if you're in front, and pretty much non-existent for those unlucky passengers who are sitting in the back.

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