If you are lucky enough to own a Mitsubishi Eclipse that you are willing to part with, you have several options to do so. The first being a dealer sale. Mitsubishi cars that are sold through dealers tend to bring higher prices as the dealers are far more trusted than the average person. This is a sad but true fact from the recent rash of lemon cars that have been sold to unsuspecting citizens only to find out that they were damaged in a flood or have a bent frame and bad motor. A Mitsubishi cars dealer will bring a level of trust to the table that few can match and make the sale all that more appealing. A Mitsubishi dealer also brings in more customers than anyone else could hope to do and your car could be featured in one of their ads furthering the appeal to the car and the great deal someone would get if they were to buy it. You may have to have the car inspected by the dealer's service area before they will agree to sell it for you. This is to ensure that the good name of the company does not get tarnished with a bad car. Dealer commission varies by location, so call ahead.
Another viable source is the local newspaper classified ads. This is one of the most popular ways for someone to sell a car and it dates back to the early days of automobiles. Ever since people have had cars to sell, they have sold them through the newspaper, as it is very popular among car buyers as a way to find great deals without all the hassle of dealership paperwork and taxes and all. People feel they are getting a great deal just by avoiding the extra fees that a dealer must tack on to stay within the legal limits of the state. Taxes, title and license are all part of the deal with a dealership while they are left up to the private individual when speaking of a newspaper bought automobile.
Lastly, you could try an online auction site. This is rapidly becoming one of the best ways to sell a car because you can reach millions of users without having to leave the comfort of your own home. Dealers or newspapers cannot offer the kind of saturation that an online auction provides. This speaks to the vast amount of people who will view the auction everyday until it is sold. This venue also allows you to maintain a certain amount of control over the way the sale is handled.
The chances of seeing a Mitsubishi car at an auction showroom are fairly high. Although the car will not be modern you can still buy it with pride. The modern cars are always available at auction showrooms but modern Mitsubishi cars are being driven by their owners, so you won't see a modern on in an auction showroom for a long time.