2011 Mitsubishi Eclipse Values

Select a 2011 Mitsubishi Eclipse trim level

2011 model year changes

For 2011, the Mitsubishi Eclipse sees only minor changes. A new GS manual transmission model will be released mid-year. The GS Sport trim features heated leather seats and a power driver's seat and high-intensity headlamps and 18-inch wheels. The GT gets new 18-inch wheels, and the Rockford Fosgate stereo now has Sirius Satellite Radio.

Competitive comparison

Sporty with a slew of safety features; fuel efficiency; available as a convertible

Special features for 2011

For sporty driving on the cheap, the Eclipse has been a go-to car for years in either coupe or spyder form. A strong standard safety features list, much available equipment and a highway fuel economy rating of 28 miles per gallon on the highway make it a smart choice for sporty commuting.
All new in 2006 the 2011 Mitsubishi Eclipse has been tweaked and updated ever since, most notably new front and rear fascias, HID headlamps, stability control, a more aggressive exhaust note, and a blackout roof option. Available in Coupe and Spyder, the sporty Eclipse can be optioned with either a 2.4-liter 162-hp I4 or a bored and stroked 3.8-liter 265-hp MiVEC V6. Transmission options are a 4-speed auto or 5-speed ShiftTronic auto which help to achieve up to 20/28 mpg city/hwy. With mid 6 second 0-60 times, optional 650-watt Rockford Fosgate audio, Bluetooth phone connectivity, leather, 6 standard airbags, and a sport suspension, the Mitsubishi Eclipse gives buyers an excellent value when compared to competitors Scion tC and Honda Civic Coupe.