If you get it cheap, yeah. Consider that there may be engine damage from blown headgasket. If the head is warped, you'll need a new one (couple hundred $$$) Headgasket and head stud kit will be another couple hundred for higher-end aftermarket performance parts. If you're shopping it out, labour is about $900 - $1200.
i just bought a 94 1.8l eclipse with 127,000 miles on it and it took me about 3 days to fix it myself, luckily my head itself wasnt warped so all i had to do was replaces the gasket, that and the thermostat because often the thermostat brakes and you cant tell if the engine is over heating. I got mine for $250 so i got a pretty good deal, i say go for it as long as its cheap.
A 2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse will get between 17 and 28 miles to the gallon. The average is about 20 miles per gallon and the average for country is about 28 miles per gallon.
Some Mitsubishi cars do not make even that far.
The 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse GTS gets 19 miles per gallon in the city. On the highway this model car gets 25 miles per gallon.
The average cost for a 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse ranges from $11,000 to $12,000 USD. The style most often found on a 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse is a Hatchback bodystyle with a Miles Per Gallon range of 18 to 30.
Accoring to Mitsubishi every 5 years or 60,000 miles
I got a 2000 mitsu eclipse gt so far i have 195000 miles on her. its beat up but still running good
About every 60.000 miles
You're about 10k miles away until a major, costly overhaul is needed.
One can buy Eclipse cars from Carmax, Cars, Edmunds, and Cars Direct. Eclipse is Mitsubishi, and boasts 20 miles per gallon in a city and 25 miles per gallon on the highway.
I have 152000 miles on mine and it's still going strong.
Every 30,000 miles except platinum plugs
The top speed of an unmodified 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse is (125 mph) one hundred and twenty-five miles per hour. If the vehicle is modified for more performance, the top speed can vary.
All depends on what kind of spark plugs you have. It could either be 30,000 miles or 150,000 miles.
With proper care, a 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse should be a viable vehicle for at least 150,000 miles or more. Modern engines and drive trains are especially and comparatively long lasting.
Mine gets 23 - 25 mpg (2.4L 4 cyl auto trans)
I believe in general, every 30,000 miles is the recommended.
Every 30,000 miles is recommended or every 24 months which ever comes first
depends on how you take care of it. I have 155,000 on mine and have had no issues except for a leaky valve cover gasket which was fixed 60,000 miles ago.
It is advised to change any vehicles oil every three thousand miles. If oil is not changed regularly it can cause harm to the vehicle.
After looking at some websites on 2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse GTwith 6 cylinder could be between $2,500.00 to $6,800.00. To find more information on your car you can always look online at auctions and blue book prices. Good Luck
A total eclipse lasts only on a dozen miles, but partial eclipses cover a MUCH bigger surface.
she is just breaking in
It is not possible to repair the actual head gasket. Repair of a blown head gasket is to replace the gasket.
Mitsubishi says every 60,000 miles it should be replaced.
i have a 2002 Eclipse RS 4cyl model and my dash lights havent worked in forever. i believe they went out when i had around 60k miles on the car. if you figure out why they arent working please email me and let me know also! my email address is GetEclipsed@aol.com