by rcbrx7 on Jul 21, 2014 Vehicle: 1990 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS Turbo 2dr Hatchback
I have had the privilege of owning this car for 10 years now.
I bought it from my neighbor for $1000 in the spring of '04 as it was hit in the back end.
I fixed it up for another 1K and for 2K I had a real rocket ship.
Power is unbelievable! will plaster you to the back of the seat in first four gears!
Stay out of the turbo and get 30 mpg on highway.
Who could ask for more?
I have restored it in last couple years and looking forward to many more carefree miles.
If you get a chance to get one...JUST DO IT!!
by MY1990eclipse on Aug 5, 2008 Vehicle: 1990 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2dr Hatchback
I recently got my 90 eclipse base and it's 1.8 L non turbo FWD. and it's my first car so I'm kinda disappointed because it's not what I thought I was getting it's only got 94 horsepower but it's a great car for gas. I'm at about 174,000 miles and there's nothing wrong engine wise except that it's not fast at all. i mean this car has never even heard of the word torque. but it's a good car for saving gas.and if your only taking about 1 person with you. and my hatch arms don't hold it up to i gotta get some new ones but i hear that happens all the time.
by jamato8 on Jul 21, 2008 Vehicle: 1990 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX Turbo 2dr Hatchback AWD
With 17 years of owning this car I have to say it has been fun. A rebuilt trans, a new engine and many other things but I have gone 175,000 miles with it and gone all over the country. many memories and it still looks almost new, which surprises even the dealers.
by AZDave on Sep 15, 2007 Vehicle: 1990 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS Turbo 2dr Hatchback
I owned my 1990 Eclipse Turbo from mid-1990 to the end of 1998. In that period I logged a bit over 46,000 miles in this little rocket, and enjoyed the heck out of it. I sold it only because I'd heard that that the turbo engines were developing problems after 50-60,000 miles, and my wife didn't like driving it once the roads started filling up with huge SUVs. In retrospect I wish I'd kept it a couple of years longer. The torque steer when you accelerate is noticeable, but manageable. Overall, a lot of car for the money!
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