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A Guide to the Mitsubishi Eclipse

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Purchasing a new Mitsubishi Eclipse is a big decision for anyone. You want to get a vehicle that is reliable and that will last you for many years. There are many models available to choose from. The best way to choose the right model is to research the vehicle’s history. You can search the internet for information about the car or you can ask family and friends for advice. You can also visit your local dealership to inquire about the vehicle’s history.

First generation

Originally built for the Japanese market, Mitsubishi Motors’ first generation Eclipse was a sporty, four-seat coupe. It was marketed as an entry-level four-cylinder sports coupe, and was sold in four trim levels: Base, GS, GSX, and RS.

The base model came with a 1.8-liter 4-cylinder petrol engine with 92 horsepower. A 5-speed manual transmission was standard, and the rear limited-slip differential was optional. The model also included auto-off halogen headlamps, power windows, a rear spoiler, and air conditioning.

A base model Eclipse also featured a high-mounted center stoplight, and the sides featured flowing line and a black stripe. The interior featured a rounded dashboard, two fan vents, a clock, and a 140-watt AM/FM/CD/MP3 player.

Second generation

Developed as a sport compact car, the Mitsubishi Eclipse was released in 1989. It was marketed as an entry level four-cylinder sports coupe. It is a fun car to drive and offers a variety of advanced technology features. It is also available in an EV model with lithium-ion batteries.

The second generation Eclipse was offered with a 2.4L four-cylinder engine. A 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission was available. The car was available in front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. Its engine was rated at 205 hp. It also had a recirculation valve that increased the clamping load and increased the throttle response.

Third generation

Designed and developed in partnership with Chrysler, the Mitsubishi Eclipse was a popular sports car that starred in the Fast and Furious movie franchise. The third-generation Eclipse was a popular vehicle, especially for its loyal fans.

The Eclipse was available in a variety of trim levels and engines, and it came with several features such as air conditioning, central locking, cruise control and an automatic tilt sunroof. The third-generation Eclipse was also offered in a convertible body style.

The Eclipse was also available in turbocharged versions. The turbocharged engine was also available in all-wheel drive, and it was the only turbocharged coupe on the American market at the time.

Fourth generation

During the last twenty years, the Mitsubishi Eclipse has been a popular sports coupe. For the first two generations, it was marketed as an entry-level four-cylinder sports coupe. It was also available in a convertible version.

The Eclipse was a popular car for two reasons. It was sporty and fun to drive. In addition, it was a popular nameplate. The first generation was sold in Mitsubishi Car Plaza in Japan.

The Eclipse’s third generation was also very popular. It shared the same platform as the Dodge Stratus and Chrysler Sebring. It was also available with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine. The Eclipse also had an optional 5-speed manual transmission. The third generation also had a hatchback trunk. The Eclipse was available in five trim levels.

Fifth generation

Having been a fan favorite for more than a decade, the Mitsubishi Eclipse has been revived for the current model year. The car has undergone a minor facelift, as well as a new engine. It will be introduced at the North American International Auto Show in January. It will be based on the MillenWorks-designed hybrid-electric AWD platform. It will also feature a new 2.2 liter 4-cylinder turbo-diesel engine. The car will be available with an automatic or manual transmission.

Mitsubishi Eclipse is a compact sports car that debuted in 1989. The car was marketed as an entry-level four-cylinder sports coupe. It was produced under a joint venture between Mitsubishi Motors and Chrysler.

Sixth generation

Known for its reliability and drivability, the Mitsubishi Eclipse has been around for twenty years. The last model will be produced in 2012. The Eclipse’s successor is the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. This will have all the dynamic SUV heritage but with the comfort of a sedan. It will be available in 2022 with a power-adjustable passenger seat.

Mitsubishi Eclipse’s third generation was based on a redesigned platform shared with the Chrysler Sebring. It was also available in seven trim levels. The Eclipse GS model had a 162 hp 2.4 L MIVEC four-cylinder engine. The GT model had a 263 hp 3.8 L MIVEC V6. The Eclipse SE model had a 650 watt audio system. The SE models also added black side mirrors, smoked out alloy wheels, and unique decals.