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2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse Photo
Reviewed by John Pearley Huffman
Editor, The Car Connection
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Last May I wrote about the new 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT and now the 2007 Eclipse Spyder GT has come along and it’s… MUST… FIGHT… TEMPTATION… the same… DON’T… SUCCUMB… STAY… STRONG… the same car with a top that goes down. Oh well, I’ve given in to the obvious. Here’s a link to my review of the coupe – just add some comments about a convertible top to the equation. Have a nice day and please patronize the advertisers!

 

 

 

 

 

Still here? Go away. Here, look at my Porsche 911 Cabrio review. There’s a picture of my kids at the bottom of it.

 

 

 

 

 

Okay, if you’re going to be a die hard about this, here’s some more about the sweet-natured and great looking (though not really very sporty) Eclipse Spyders.

 

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The fourth-generation Eclipse looks great as a coupe and it looks just as great as a convertible. The cloth roof doesn’t ape the fastback lines of the hard roof but the quick tumble down to the flat deck looks neat and right when the top is up. And when the top is down, the line encircling the cockpit emphasizes the wedge shape of the body. Externally, this car is just flat gorgeous.

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