The Mitsubishi Eclipse JDM Car could be a sports automobile that was produced by Mitsubishi in four generations from 1989 until 2011. In the model year 1996, a convertible body style was added . According to Mitsubishi Motors, the Eclipse was named after an unbeaten 18th century English Racehorse that had won 26 races. The Eclipse was officially sold in Japan, North America, the center East, Republic of Korea, the Philippines, Brazil, and China. At the tip of August 2011, the last word Eclipse rolled off the system, and was auctioned off, the proceeds donated to charity.
There are 2 Different Versions of The Eclipse:
The Eclipse JDM was redesigned in 1994 (for the 1995 model year) and included standard dual airbags, more rounded styling, an excellent bigger interior, and an innovative engine made by Chrysler for the underside model. The second-generation car maintained the market focus of the primary generation car but had numerous changes to appeal to a broader market.
Exterior Features of Mitsubishi Eclipse JDM include a lot of amazing features like dusk sensing headlamps, rain sensing windscreen wipers. Some other amazing features of Mitsubishi Eclipse are front and rear park distance control, 18″ alloy wheels and roof rails.
A convertible model, named the Eclipse Spyder, JDM was introduced in 1996 offered in two trim levels; the GS and then the GS-T. The Spyder GS was powered by a 2.4 L 4-cylinder naturally-aspirated 4G64 engine. The Spyder GS-T was fitted with Mitsubishi’s turbocharged 4G63 engine. The GSX model was also powered by this engine but with the addition of a high performance all wheel drive system.
In some European countries a unique version of the 2G Eclipse was sold. It used a naturally aspirated Mitsubishi 4G63 motor, identical as what was available within the 1G, unique side-view mirrors, and amber rear turn signals. A special version of the Eclipse, called the “10th Anniversary OZ Rally”, was sold at the very best of the 1999 model run with unique 16-inch Enkei wheels with the OZ racing logo. It included the leather interior package, accented exhaust exit, mud flaps, and hoop-style spoiler that were available as standard equipment on GS-T and GSX models.