Mitsubishi Eclipse dimensions
Latest model: Mitsubishi Eclipse Hatchback (2012)
Length: 180.4 (in) = 4582 (mm)
Width: 72.2 (in) = 1834 (mm)
Height: 53.2 (in) = 1351 (mm)
Compare Mitsubishi Eclipse dimensions to: Mitsubishi Lancer, Toyota Celica
Mitsubishi Eclipse details:
Outdated in just about each parameter, the 2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse just can't keep up with the latest sport coupes and convertibles. Mitsubishi Eclipse Hatchback offers the following pros: Convenient front seats; relatively spacious trunk space. Mitsubishi Eclipse Hatchback drawbacks are: High price; convertible's poor outward visibility; sluggish acceleration with GS models; torque steer with GT; small backseat; no telescoping wheel; lackluster dashboard class.
The 2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse is provided in both four-passenger coupe and convertible (spyder) body styles. Coupe models are provided in four versions -- GS, GS Sport, SE and GT -- while the Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder comes in just those last three flavors.
The entry-level GS model comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, variable intermittent wipers, air-conditioning, keyless entry, cruise control, full performance accessories, a tilt-only helm, 50/50 split-folding back seatbacks and a six-speaker CD audio system with an optional stereo input slot.
The GS Sport adds xenon headlights, foglights, a sunroof, heated performance mirrors, a back wiper, leather upholstery, heated front seatings, a six-way performance driver bench, Bluetooth and a nine-speaker Rockford Fosgate audio system with Six-cd changer, radio and helm controls. The Spyder GS Sport contains a performance convertible roof. The new SE model gets all that, plus special look-and-feel details that include distinctive dark gray alloy wheels, matching rocker panel graphics and black mirrors.
The GT adds a traditional V6 motor, bigger back brakes, a sport-tuned suspension and automatic conditioning. There are no significant factory features to speak of, but there are a number of dealer-installed accessories including an Ipod adapter. .