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Eclipse

Type: Sports Coupe

Drive: Front Wheel Drive

Running with competing cars such as Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro, the Mitsubishi could be thought of as an import pony car. Sleek styling, powerful engine, a decent amount of room have made Mitsubishi Eclipse an affordable and popular sports GT car for the past two decades. And like those seeming influences, the Eclipse is known more for its straight-line performance than outright cornering prowess. Combine muscle and pony car appeal with Japanese engineering and reliability and you've got an appealing sales class leader.

In total, there have been four generations of the Eclipse. Turbo models, choice of 4 or 6 cylinder engine, and on some early models, even All Wheel Drive models have been offered.

Endeavor

Type: Midsized SUV Crossover

Drive: Front and Optional All Wheel Drive

The Mitsubishi Endeavor is a mid-sized SUV with a car-like, uni-body construction which places it in the popular "Crossover" segment of SUV's. With its dramatic and rugged styling, drivers wanting SUV agility combined with car-like ride and safety features will be drawn to the Endeavor.

Simply because of being lesser known than competitors like the Toyota Highlander or Subaru Outback, the Endeavor is generally priced less, but is still a great vehicle by comparison, making the Endeavor a bargain in many buyers' opinions. When first introduced, the Mitsubishi Endeavor earned a surprise win in an Edmunds comparison test. It won with a combination of good looks, torque-filled engine performance, smart handling and excellent (for a crossover) off-road performance. The Mitsubishi Endeavor is equipped with a 3.8 L V6 motor that produces 225 Horsepower, and 255 pound-feat of torque.

Lancer

Type: Compact / Economy Sedan

Drive: Front and Optional All Wheel Drive

Mitsubishi's stylish compact sedan is offered in DE, ES, GTS and Ralliart trims. The two lower trims are powered by a 148-horsepower inline-4 cylinder motor.

The GTS has a 2.4-liter 168-hp four and also features 18-inch wheels and a firmer suspension. There is also the Ralliart, which offers a turbo, making 237 horsepower, and all-wheel drive. In addition to safety items like standard antilock brakes and stability control, Mitsubishi's compact sedan offers a number of high-tech features -- such as keyless ignition, automatic climate control, a touchscreen navigation system, hard-drive music storage and Bluetooth connectivity -- that up until recently were reserved for luxury automobiles.

Reviewers of the Mitsubishi Lancer have been impressed with its secure handling, sporty styling and high-tech optional features.

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