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Specs for all generations of Mitsubishi Eclipse

Choose a generation of Mitsubishi Eclipse from the list below to view their respective versions. Тo check out further technical specifications (like engine power, dimensions, weight, fuel consumption, etc.), please select one of the versions.
2009 Mitsubishi Eclipse IV (4G, facelift 2009) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Mitsubishi Eclipse IV (4G, facelift 2009) 2009 - 2011 Coupe, Liftback
Power: from 162 to 265 Hp | Dimensions: 4582 x 1835 x 1359 mm
2010 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder IV (4G, facelift 2009) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder IV (4G, facelift 2009) 2009 - 2011 Cabriolet
Power: from 160 to 265 Hp | Dimensions: 4582 x 1834 x 1389 mm
2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse IV (4G) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Mitsubishi Eclipse IV (4G) 2005 - 2009 Coupe, Liftback
Power: from 162 to 263 Hp | Dimensions: 4565 x 1835 x 1358 mm
2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder IV (4G) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder IV (4G) 2006 - 2009 Cabriolet
Power: from 162 to 265 Hp
2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse III (3G, facelift 2003) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Mitsubishi Eclipse III (3G, facelift 2003) 2003 - 2005 Coupe, Liftback
Power: from 142 to 210 Hp | Dimensions: 4490 x 1750 x 1310 mm
2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder III (3G, facelift 2003) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder III (3G, facelift 2003) 2003 - 2005 Cabriolet
Power: 210 Hp | Dimensions: 4490 x 1750 x 1340 mm
2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse III (3G) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Mitsubishi Eclipse III (3G) 1999 - 2002 Coupe, Liftback
Power: from 142 to 200 Hp | Dimensions: 4455 x 1750 x 1310 mm
2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder III (3G) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder III (3G) 1999 - 2002 Cabriolet
Power: from 147 to 200 Hp | Dimensions: 4455 x 1750 x 1340 mm
1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse II (2G, facelift 1997) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Mitsubishi Eclipse II (2G, facelift 1997) 1997 - 1999 Coupe, Liftback
Power: 141 Hp | Dimensions: 4385 x 1745 x 1295 mm
1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse II (2G) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Mitsubishi Eclipse II (2G) 1995 - 1996 Coupe, Liftback
Power: from 141 to 213 Hp | Dimensions: 4375 x 1745 x 1295 mm
1993 Mitsubishi Eclipse I (1G, facelift 1992) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Mitsubishi Eclipse I (1G, facelift 1992) 1992 - 1994 Coupe, Liftback
Power: from 92 to 195 Hp | Dimensions: 4390 x 1695 x 1321 mm
1990 Mitsubishi Eclipse I (1G) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Mitsubishi Eclipse I (1G) 1990 - 1992 Coupe, Liftback
Power: from 93 to 195 Hp | Dimensions: 4390 x 1695 x 1321 mm

Which Eclipse is AWD?

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 year did they stop making Mitsubishi Eclipse?

Mitsubishi stopped production of the Eclipse in August of 2011 to focus on electric and smaller footprint vehicles. In 2012, Mitsubishi started selling the i-MiEV — the company’s first electric car — to US markets.

Will Mitsubishi bring back the eclipse?

Mitsubishi already tried to revive partially Eclipse. The Japanese carmaker released  the Eclipse Cross in 2018. But it is far from the original Eclipse,  at least because of being a SUV. Mitsubishi remains focused on crossover and electric/hybrid car segments, and there are no plans to bring back the Eclipse Sport Coupe.

What cars have a 4g63 engine?

The 4G63 engine is a member of the Mitsubishi Sirius 4G6 family firstly introduced in 1980. This engine has a long history and it has been used in a wide range of applications (in Mitsubishi, Plymouth, Dodge, Eagle and Hyundai vehicles). There were many versions with new upgrades and different parts during the production. Some of most popular cars, using this ttype of engine are Mitsubishi Eclipse, Mitsubishi Galant, Mitsubishi L200/Triton, Mitsubishi Lancer, Mitsubishi Outlander, Mitsubishi Space Runner/RVR, Mitsubishi Chariot/Nimbus/Space Wagon, Mitsubishi Cordia, Mitsubishi Delica, Mitsubishi Dion, Mitsubishi Starion, Mitsubishi Tredia, Dodge Colt Vista/Eagle Vista Wagon, Eagle Talon/Plymouth Laser and others.

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