Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder-Enhanced GS Model

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If you're looking for a sporty convertible that's fun to drive and pleasurable without the hefty price tag, then the 2010 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder could be for you. Based on the Eclipse coupe, the 2010 Eclipse Spyder is a two-door, four-seat roadster that's offered in two trim levels. The GS trim has a 162-horsepower four-cylinder engine that's autonmativ with manual shift mode.

The GT trim of the 2010 Spyder has a 265-horsepower 3.8-liter V6 engine also autnomatic with manual shift mode. For the 2010 year model, Mitsubishi has enhanced the GS model with styles from the GT trim. Coming standard to the 2010 model are Bluetooth capabilities, rear view camera, and an auxiliary jack. With all these amenities and the powerful engine, the Spyder's $27,799 base price is a bargain.

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