I'm getting ready to purchase a 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT...IT IS A CONVERTABLE. What is the difference between this GT and a GTS. I cap locked the convertable because I rec'd an answer that the ONLY difference was the GTS is a convertable.

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To: The Horror Thank you for getting back to me. I knew it was an upgrade from the GS but I wasn't sure exactly what the upgrade was. My question was actually the difference between the GT and the GTS. The car I am buying is a GT with a convertible top. Someone told me the only difference was the GTS was a convert. and the GT had an optional sunroof, but no convertible. I'm still in a quandary. This car I am buying is 2007. Was the GTS not even available in 2007? I really dislike the door trim on the newer Eclipses. Well, regardless...I'm happy with my new car.

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In 2007 the convertible was called the GT Spyder, I guess that is why you are calling it a GTS? (Which wasn't an actual trim level designation.) This is from Wikipedia, the options that could be added to the GT Spyder over the GS standard trim: "Options Include - GS Deluxe Leather Package: Leather front seating surfaces. Heated front seats. Heated side mirrors. Outside temperature indicator and compass in center dash display."

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