Mitsubishi Eclipse

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Mitsubishi Eclipse Philippines Overview

The Mitsubishi Eclipse is a stunning sport compact vehicle offered in a two-door liftback coupe and a two-door convertible. It features a sleek and well-detailed body highlighted with useful features for a safe and consistent riding experience. Inside, it is packed with driver and passenger amenities that guarantee comfort and convenience. The Mitsubishi Eclipse is available in the following variants: the Mitsubishi Eclipse GS, the Mitsubishi Eclipse GS Sport, and the Mitsubishi Eclipse GT. It is offered in Northstar White, Sunset Pearlescent, Carbon, Kalapana Black, and Rave Red.


The first generation Mitsubishi Eclipse was unveiled in 1989. It was released as a front-wheel-drive with four trim levels, two of which were powered by a turbocharged engine. The 1990 to 1991 models featured the iconic pop-up headlights.

The second-generation was launched in 1994 revamped with a rounded exterior and a more spacious interior. In 1996, the convertible Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder was made available in the market. It was released in two trim levels powered by a 2.4-liter 4G64 engine and a 4g63 engine.

The third-generation Mitsubishi Eclipse was released at the 1998 North American International Auto Show sharing the same powertrain with the Galant.

Seven years later, the fourth generation was unveiled with a GT variant powered by a MIVEC V6 technology.

The Mitsubishi Eclipse was widely supported in the Middle East, North America, China, and the Philippines but in August 2011, Mitsubishi Motors decided to stop its production. Of note, Mitsubishi resurrected the Eclipse nameplate but it now comes as a crossover vehicle rather than a sedan.


The Mitsubishi Eclipse measures 4,582mm long, 1,834mm wide, and 1,351mm tall. It flaunts the Japanese carmaker’s signature sharp styling reminiscent of glorious exotic sports cars. Highlights include a pair of high-intensity discharge projector-type headlights, parabolic fog lights, two-tone bumpers, power glass sunroof, or black-painted roof depending on the variant, LED tail lights, two exhaust outlets with tips, and a set of 18-inch ten-spoke aluminum alloy wheels.


The Mitsubishi Eclipse offers a comfortable cabin as it is built with a 2,576mm wheelbase. Mitsubishi Motors fitted this trendy sport compact vehicle with fabric or leather interior trim in highly-detailed textures. Notable features in the cabin include the wave-form cockpit, heated leather seats, automatic climate control, leather-wrapped sport steering wheel and shift knob, and illuminated instrument cluster and controls.

Technology & Safety Features

The Mitsubishi Eclipse is equipped with a Mitsubishi audio system and a hands-free Bluetooth phone system.

Safety is assured as it is built with an advanced airbag system, active stability control, theft-deterrent alarm system, anti-lock brakes, and more.

Platform & Chassis

The Mitsubishi Eclipse utilized the Mitsubishi PS platform. It is fitted with a MacPherson strut suspension at the front and independent multi-link suspension at the rear. Its braking power is assisted by 11.6 front ventilated disc brakes at the front and 10.3 rear solid disc brakes.

Engine & Drivetrain

The Mitsubishi Eclipse is available in two engine options: a 162 horsepower 2.4-liter four-cylinder SOHC engine paired with a four-speed automatic transmission for the Mitsubishi Eclipse GS and the Mitsubishi GS Sports, and a 265 horsepower 3.8-liter V6 engine mated with a five-speed automatic transmission for the Mitsubishi GT.

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Mitsubishi Eclipse Philippines: FAQs

Why was Mitsubishi Eclipse discontinued?

Since Mitsubishi's global focus shifted towards meeting environmental targets around the world, the manufacturer announced the discontinuation of the Eclipse, Since Mitsubishi Motors decided to invest more time and effort into developing battery technology to meet new global environmental targets of them, the manufacturer announced the cessation of Mitsubishi Eclipse production line.

Is Mitsubishi Eclipse a good car?

Yes, it is. It’s a compact sports car though, so its top speed is incredible. The Mitsubishi Eclipse only take 9,4s to accelerate to a top speed of. 136.7mph.

How long do Mitsubishi Eclipse last?

In reference, the Mitsubishi can last up to 170.000 - 180.000 miles until it breaks down.

Are Mitsubishi Eclipses rare?

Yes, they are. The Mitsubishi Eclipse has not been available for so long. Major number of this model may have been used up and scrapped by this point. Thus they are quite rare today.

Is Mitsubishi Eclipse a sports car?

Mitsubishi Eclipse is a sports car manufactured by Mitsubishi Motors from 1989. It was discontinued in 2011. Since then, Mitsubishi focus on multi-purpose vehicles with higher clearance, especially environmental friendly cars.

Mitsubishi Eclipse 2023 News

Let’s delve into the history of the Mitsubishi Eclipse, and how it made a mark in the global tuner scene.

Mitsubishi Eclipse: The car that started the global tuning craze

The Eclipse is one of the dream cars for would-be tuners in the early 2000s. 

Nov 05, 2020

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross awarded 5-star ASEAN NCAP rating

With its impressive performance, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross achieved the maximum 5-star rating from ASEAN NCAP.

Jan 22, 2018

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 2018 rolled out in Singapore

Behold the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 2018 currently on display at 2018 Singapore Motor Show.

Jan 16, 2018

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