2690 Crater Lake Hwy Medford, OR 97504 541-973-2070
  • 3dr Cpe GS 2.4L Manual
  • Silver
  • Cloth
  • 4 Cylinder Engine
  • 5 Speed
  • 2WD
  • 56,858
  • 6245
  • 4A3AK24F66E033098

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2690 Crater Lake Hwy

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2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse 3dr Cpe GS 2.4L Manual      Like new condition perfect for you.This is neither the time nor the place to belabor Mitsubishi's struggles in the U.S. new car market. Suffice to say if the discussion focuses on product the company's problems seem overblown and surmountable.The all-new 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse illustrates well this apparent conundrum. New all the way through from the ground up and from front to rear it's a strong statement of the company's commitment to its loyal owner base and its investment in the vital U.S. market.The car's a worthy entry too. New engines are more powerful yet efficient and are paired with new transmissions. The new body rides on a new platform. Altogether it's a promising package. Driver and front passenger get more room.Stylistically it's a pleasant improvement over the previous-generation (pre-2006) models. Fewer straight lines and sharp angles more curves and better proportions combine to turn heads more with a smile than with a frown.The window sticker leaves a positive impression too. The base 2006 Eclipse GS boasts a manufacturer's suggested retail price that's $300 less than the '05's MSRP. And the '06 boasts more standard equipment in creature comfort performance and safety features than the '05. Moreover the new Eclipse GT starts at $450 less than the '05 GTS the model with which it most directly compares and which it easily outpaces in terms of power and features.Clearly Mitsubishi intends to stay around. And the new Eclipse will certainly help.Model LineupThe all-new 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse continues with a single body style: a two-door four-passenger coupe. Two engines are offered: a 162-horsepower four-cylinder and a 263-horsepower V6. Transmission choices on the four cylinder are a five-speed manual and a four-speed automatic called a Sportronic. The V6 comes with either a six-speed manual or a five-speed Sportronic automatic.The Eclipse GS ($19399) is the entry-level model with the four-cylinder engine. It comes standard with a five-speed manual with the four-speed Sportronic automatic optional ($900). The GS comes with cloth upholstery and an impressive list of standard features: air conditioning; cruise control; AM/FM/CD/MP3 stereo; auto-off halogen headlamps; power windows outside mirrors and central locking; carpeted front floor mats; Sport Touch tilt steering wheel and leather-wrapped shift knob; time-delay interior lights and accessory power; and dash top-mounted audio display with clock.Among the GS options: a Sun & Sound Package ($1500) with power sunroof; 650-watt Rockford Fosgate stereo with 6-disc in-dash CD changer nine speakers and 10-inch cargo area-mounted subwoofer; steering wheel-mounted redundant audio controls; auto-dimming rearview mirror; and audio display with clock outside temperature and compass. Buyers can add an Accessory Package comprising alloy fuel door wheel locks cargo net cargo floor mat and Sport floor mats ($270). Sunset Pearlescent paint is an option too ($130). Accessories installed and priced by dealers include halogen foglamps color-keyed aero kit and front and rear mud guards.The Eclipse GT ($23699) features a V6 engine and six-speed manual. Standard on this model are everything on the GS plus foglamps traction control a front suspension strut crossbar and the full-featured dash-top display. The five-speed Sportronic automatic is optional ($900). Also optional: a Premium Sport Package ($3270) with heated leather front seating surfaces automatic air conditioning (instead of manual A/C) sunroof eight-way power driver's seat heated outside mirrors the Rockford Fosgate stereo with steering wheel controls auto-dimming rearview mirror 18-inch alloy wheels and alloy pedals. The Accessory Package and Sunset Pearlescent paint are also available. The accessories list is confined to the aero kit and mud guards.Safety features that come standard include frontal airbags front-seat mounted side-impact airbags (for torso protection) and front-seat side air curtains (for head protection). Anti-lock brakes are standard with Electronic Brake-force Distribution which balances front-rear brake application in emergency stops.WalkaroundThere's not a piece of external metal on the '06 Eclipse that's the same as on the '05. But there's no mistaking the '06 for anything but an Eclipse a credit to its stylists.The keyword for the new styling is softer. And a little bit rounder. Headlight housings are no longer so angular as if they'd been chopped out of the corner of the car but more eye-like with the outer corner tugged gracefully back into the fender. The front end has been relaxed with the opening of a split grille filled with recessed black honeycomb mesh above the bumper and the rounding of the corners of the intake below. Foglamps have been moved to the sides into the bumper's bend beneath the headlights. Wheels are farther apart than in the '05 by more than two inches not only presenting a more planted look but also promising better stability when cornering.The softer look continues in side profile. The A-pillar and C-pillar flow into the hood and trunk leaving behind the '05's sharp crease-like seam between the lower body and the glass house. Door panels lose the '05's strakes tucking inward as they approach the B-pillar giving the Eclipse what the stylists call a wasp-waist look but what could just as easily be called corseted. The rocker panels' bulge fills the lower portion of the doors tying together the robustly blistered fenders. The rear wheelwells beg for larger tires even on the GT.From the rear the word bulbous comes to mind. It looks like the stylists did the best job they could of stretching the Eclipse's haunches over the expansive Galant platform. A minimalist translucent-cum-three-dimensional plastic spoiler arcs across the liftgate between the clear-lensed taillights. The rear license plate fits in a recess in the fulsome rear fascia. A faux underbody airflow extractor panel fills the bottom quarter of the body-color fascia; on both models a single exhaust exits through the right-hand segment the GT's tipped with something Mitsubishi calls a large muffler cutter.Interior FeaturesThe interior of the all-new 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse achieves the exclusive goals of being both austere and friendly. One or two elements jangle but there's a flow that ties everything together.The dash is a cabin-spanning single piece of pleasantly finished plastic that invites optimism about reduced buzzes squeaks and rattles as the car puts on miles and years. The dash visually moves away from the front passenger as it nears the door adding a perception of roominess. Yet the lower portion of the right side of the dash subtly incorporates an anti-submarining knee bolster. The frontal airbag supplemental restraint is masked by a seamless surface.Stereo and climate control knobs are all refreshingly un-PDA-like and finger friendly. Atop the dash above the center stack is Mitsubishi's trademark hooded panel with digital readouts for audio time and compass. A matching but larger hood shades the instruments positioned directly in front of the driver and comprising simple easily scanned analog speedometer tachometer fuel level and engine coolant temperature gauges. The Eclipse employs a unique approach to providing both miles per hour and kilometers per hour data with mph on the speedometer's face and kph digitally in a window along with the odometer and trip meter. Night-time instrument and dash lighting is tinted blue which clashes with the dash-top LCD panel's opaque beige.The center console differs between the manual transmissions and the Sportronic automatics. The manual setup sports a traditional look with a leather-like boot around the shifter capped with a leather-wrapped knob rising out of a flush bright-metallic surround.The Sportronic goes techno with a shift lever that appears to s Online Application Available...With Rates Starting at 2.99% O.A.C.amily Owned w

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Vehicle Options

  • 17"" x 7.5"" 5-spoke lipless alloy wheels
  • 17.7 gallon fuel tank
  • 2.4L SOHC MPFI 16-valve MIVEC I4 engine
  • 3-point safety belts for all occupants
  • 50/50 split-fold-down rear seat
  • 6-way adjustable driver seat w/adjustable lumbar support
  • Air conditioning
  • Air Conditioning
  • Anti-theft engine immobilizer
  • Auto-off headlamps
  • Black grille opening w/honeycomb mesh
  • Center audio display-inc: clock
  • Color-keyed door handles
  • Color-keyed pwr mirrors
  • Compact spare tire
  • Cruise control
  • Cruise Control
  • Driver & front passenger airbags w/front passenger occupant sensor
  • Driver & front passenger side airbags- seat curtain airbags
  • Dual 12-volt pwr outlets
  • Dual illuminated visor vanity mirrors
  • Front center console w/armrest- storage- dual cup holders
  • Front door storage pockets
  • Front wheel drive
  • Front/rear crumple zones
  • Front/rear stabilizer bar
  • Glove box w/light
  • Height adjustable front shoulder belts w/pretensioners
  • Independent MacPherson strut front suspension w/offset coil springs
  • Independent multi-link rear suspension w/coil springs
  • Instrumentation-inc: tachometer- digital odometer- dual trip meter- fuel/temp gauges- ice-blue illumination
  • Integrated rear spoiler
  • Integrated rear window antenna
  • LATCH system (lower anchors & tethers for children)
  • Leather-wrapped shift knob
  • P225/50VR17 all-season tires
  • Pwr front ventilated disc & rear solid disc brakes
  • Pwr rack & pinion steering
  • Pwr windows w/drivers window auto-down- 30-second pwr reserve
  • Rear combination lamps w/clear lens
  • Rear window defroster
  • Safety belt reminder warning
  • Sport touch height adjustable steering wheel
  • Time delay map lights
  • Tinted glass w/upper windshield shade band
  • Trunk lamp
  • Tubular steel side-guard door beams
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