When did Mitsubishi start making the Mitsubishi Eclipse?
The Mitsubishi Eclipse is a sport compact car that was produced by Mitsubishi in four generations between 1989 and 2011. A convertible body style was added during the 1996 model year.
Is the Mitsubishi Eclipse a front wheel drive car?
The Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX was the only all-wheel drive model available in North America. All other models were front-wheel drive. The GSX — also known as the Grand Sport X — was produced for the first two Eclipse generations, and discontinued in the year 2000.
What are the trim levels of the Mitsubishi Eclipse?
For the 2010 model year in the U.S., its primary market, the Eclipse was available in five trim levels: GS, GS Sport Spyder, SE, GT, and GT Spyder. In Mexico, the GT Spyder is known as the Eclipse Convertible.
How much does a 2011 Mitsubishi Eclipse cost?
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What kind of batteries does the Mitsubishi Eclipse use?
The Mitsubishi Eclipse EV is a prototype electric vehicle with a lightweight electric motor and lithium-ion batteries in the chassis of a third generation Eclipse. It is powered by manganese lithium-ion batteries made by Japan Storage Battery, which have 65% reduced charging time over nickel-hydrogen batteries.
What kind of parts do I need for my Mitsubishi Eclipse?
In regards to engine performance, the parts you can get for your engine range from something basic like a cold air intake to a more complex system such as a turbo kit or super charger kit. Check out the performance parts available for your Mitsubishi Eclipse: