Have had the car for nearly a month, but half of the time has been at the dealer with steering problems. The car pulls to the left, pulls really hard in the left lane of a 5 lane freeway and as you move to the right, to the far right lane, still pulls left. Has been test driven by several dealer service people including a Mitsubishi engineer and a frame shop alignment specialist. The cars, as it turns out is designed that way, there is no correction. The car is very fatiguing to drive. The fabric seats are also very hot, don't breath. May have to return the car. Test drove 5 of the cars, they all do it and the engineer agrees. Hard to believe but they have designed cars that pull left.
Love the style, color is great... stereo is fantastic. Love everything about the car except the seats and the pulling to the left.
Fabric seats that breathe, and a car that goes down the road straight. Light in the trunk. Compass and outdoor temperature indicator. Rear backing up sensors. Better turning radius.
I was looking at the Solstice, Sky and the Mustang. The quality and materials of the American cars are nothing compared to the Japanese. Also, the shifting was much tighter in the Eclipse than any of the others. Plus, you get 6 gears with the Mitsubishi and 5 with the American models.
The color, looks, power, shifting, and ride.
Add auto up windows, programmable power door locks, and a trunk light
What's more is there to say about the 2007 Eclipse Spyder than it's Fast, Fun, and Exciting to drive! Everything about the car is great from the exterior design to the Rockford Fosgate 650 watt stereo with the subwoofer built into the backseat! If you're in the market for a convertible check out the Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder, you won't be disappointed!
The 650 watt Rockford Fosgate stereo, subwoofer built into the backseat, and the audio controls on the back of the steering wheel.
Improve the gas mileage and the blind spots in the rear view window.