The Mitsubishi Eclipse has been around for quite some time, actually first manufactured in 1990 and was built under 3 different names. The Mitsubishi Eclipse, Eagle Talon, and Plymouth Laser were all the same with different brandings. In addition to different labels we’ve also seen some great performance versions, even the first generation Eclipse had a turbo version, the Eclipse GS-T.
Here we are 18 years later and more than just the cosmetics have changed on this 4 cylinder, cult inducing, small size car. Below is a stroll through memory lane with the Mitsubishi Eclipse and where it came from to where it’s going.
Check out more information about the changes the Mitsubishi Eclipse has gone through over the years at Wikipedia.
Mitsubishi Eclipse on eBay
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It’s a new racy hatchback in response to the failed acceptance of the last ‘sport-back’ Lancer that was available in the U.S. Equipped with a turbo charged 2.0 4 cylinder, capable of 230+ hp.
The part that sucks, is that the U.S. never gets a potent finished model like this. Hopefully it won’t be too dumbed down by the time it hits domestic dirt.
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Auto123.com has just completed a hands-on review of the new 2008 Mitsubishi Outlander and it makes me want to run to the dealership! With a slightly different perspective on the marketplace, a Canadian discusses the astigmatism with Mitsubishi success to our Northern neighbors and what should be expected.
The Outlander has a list of options that go on and on. Rockford Fosgate speakers, paddle shifters, and selectable AWD oh my. I don’t think we are in Kansas anymore. Despite everything you could throw at this SUV it’s still the least expensive 6 cyl on the market.
The latest spy photos of the Mitsubishi Evo X have reared their pretty heads on the net. As usual the Trend News Agency has it available and I’m here to repost the wonder here.
Officially arriving as an early 2009 model (in the first quarter of 2008), the Evo X will be powered by a turbocharged version of the 2.0-liter I4, and will be equipped with an AWS system – complete with stability control.
Looks like some all wheel drive fun just ready to happen.