Mitsubishi Says Goodbye To The Eclipse With Special Edition Series
The original Mitsubishi Eclipse was launched back in 1989 and its 4th generation went into production in 2006. The Japanese automaker is preparing to say goodbye to its Eclipse model with a SE Special Edition series. All of the trim levels (GS, GS Sport and GT) are going to be available as a special edition version, featuring 18-inch dark finish alloy rims, black side mirrors, along with the standard features that you would normally find on the GS Sport versions for both the coupe and the convertible models.
As standard, you get leather upholstery with heated front seats and a power-adjustable driver’s seat, along with heated side mirrors, rearview camera, Bluetooth, and a powerful 9-speaker / 650-watt Rockford Fosgate audio system with SIRIUS satellite radio. In addition, the coupe version also packs a sunroof.
The Eclipse Special Edition is going to be available with a choice of two engines: a naturally aspirated 4-cylinder 2.4-liter that outputs 162 hp, available for the GS/GS Sport models, and a more powerful V6 3.8-liter engine that produces 265 hp, for the GT model, which is going to be linked to a 5-speed Sportronic automatic gearbox, allowing the driver to change the gears manually when he wants to. The Eclipse GT SE will also get an automatic climate control system.
Source: Mitsubishi via Carscoop
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