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For over twenty years, the Mitsubishi Eclipse was one of the United States’ most popular sports cars. Combining sleek styling, power, and a decent level of comfort and affordability, the vehicle was a big success in the U.S. market, where it was solely designed for. Now defunct, the model will certainly be remembered by many as a classic. Even though the car is no longer being produced, the need for parts will still remain for a long time to come. Even with a well-respected and multiple award winning vehicle like the Eclipse, wear and tear of parts will ultimately occur. Luckily, 1A Auto provides premium Mitsubishi Eclipse aftermarket replacement parts to replace your worn and broken OEM parts. Our Mitsubishi Eclipse parts are built to last, so you can continue to take your Mitsubishi Eclipse everywhere you need to.

Our product development team spends over 8,000 hours a year researching the best auto parts, and they are carefully selected by our trained engineers so you can rest assured that you are getting the correct, high quality part you need for your Mitsubishi Eclipse, at a discount price. If we wouldn't put the part in our own vehicles, we won't sell them to anyone else. A new aftermarket replacement Mitsubishi Eclipse part from 1A Auto will save you 30-50% on average over a comparable new OEM replacement Mitsubishi Eclipse part that you would get at a dealership, and our new aftermarket Mitsubishi Eclipse car parts are also extremely durable and reliable. Don't overpay for Mitsubishi Eclipse parts and save yourself from a lot of potential headaches by shopping at 1A Auto.

You can shop for all of your Mitsubishi Eclipse auto parts online and buy safely and securely right here on our website, or you can call our customer service toll free at 888-844-3393 if you have any questions about any of our parts, or to buy over the phone. With over 150 years combined experience, 1A Auto's customer service representatives are the most qualified to answer your questions about all of our Mitsubishi Eclipse car parts. Our representative’s answer 99.9% of phone calls in less than one minute and emails are responded to within the hour because we know you need answers quickly to get your beloved Mitsubishi Eclipse back in working order again. We also know you want your part fast for the same reason; 98% of in stock Mitsubishi Eclipse parts ship from our warehouse within one business day so that you can get back on the road in no time, and all ground shipping in the continental U.S. is completely free. And, in the unlikely case that you are unhappy with your Mitsubishi Eclipse auto part for any reason, 1A Auto also offers the only No Hassle return policy for unused items in the industry. Simply put, our competitors can't beat the 1A Advantage. Don't just take it from us - take it from over 50,000 satisfied customers!

Don't settle for less and let faulty equipment ruin your drive – order from 1A Auto today and get your replacement aftermarket Mitsubishi Eclipse parts delivered fast. If you happen to be an enthusiastic Mitsubishi Eclipse owner, have a deep passion, or just want to learn more about the car, continue reading below for a look at the vehicle's history and some fun facts.

The Mitsubishi Eclipse Rises

Founded in the mid-1980s, the Diamond-Star Plant opened in 1988 and was a product of Diamond-Star Motors (DSM)—a joint venture between Mitsubishi and Chrysler. DSM was responsible for making certain models between the two parent companies and their subsidiaries, and three strongly reminisced vehicles from that production line include the Mitsubishi Eclipse, Eagle Talon, and Plymouth Laser. DSM engineered all three until Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA) took over production in 1993 and manufactured the Laser until 1994, the Talon until 1998, and the Eclipse until 2012. Because they were all produced in the same plant, they were virtually identical cars other than a few minute differences. Today, the plant is solely owned and operated by Mitsubishi.

The Eclipse was conceived in 1990 to replace the rear-wheel drive Starion. Also created as an affordable and smaller alternative to the 3000GT, this sport coupe was introduced with front-wheel drive and a 90 horsepower 1.8L inline 4-cylinder engine. It offered four trim levels: the Eclipse-Base, GS, GS Turbo, and the GSX. The speedy and rare turbocharged GS-T and GSX offered more than 100 horsepower over the base with a five-speed manual transmission. For the cherry on top, the GSX offered all-wheel drive but only in manual.

The Lone Survivor

Eventually, the pop-up headlights were scratched, and all models offered automatic transmission. By 1995, the body underwent a facelift and was redesigned into a slimmer and more rounded form. With the Plymouth Laser discontinued, the Eagle Talon and Eclipse were completely identical in their designs. The trim levels followed the same design as before: the GST and GSX were turbocharged, and the GS and now-base RS bumped their horsepower up to 140 while the turbocharged engines exceeded 200 horsepower. A year later, Mitsubishi released a convertible version of the Eclipse known as the Spyder. This would help propel the Eclipse into the next generation while the lagging Eagle Talon line would be discontinued.

The lone survivor, the Eclipse marched into 2000 with a rounder but more stylish design. The all-wheel drive was abandoned, but the trim levels generally remained. They now offered the RS, GS, and GT. The all-new V6 was introduced, allowing customers to choose between engines, transmissions, and quality features like a new sunroof or a six-CD changer. The trims were eventually changed to a GS, SE, and GT, bumping the 4-cylinder to 162 horsepower and the V6 to a hundred more at 263 horsepower. With the latest and last generation, in an effort to make the car sportier, the designs included a larger spoiler, attractive and more muscular aesthetics, and reshaped and updated headlights. The engine improved in fuel-efficiency, the ABS included an electronic brake force distribution, and the trunk expanded its cargo space. Although the Eclipse was discontinued after the 2012 model year, it will still be remembered as one of the first turbocharged sport coupes that was known for raising the bar in performance and aesthetics.

Did You Know?

The name “Mitsubishi” derives from the Japanese words “mitsu” and “hishi” meaning “three diamonds,” and from looking at the Mitsubishi logo, it makes a lot of sense. This is where part of the name for Diamond-Star Motors originated from, by combining Mitsubishi’s diamonds with Chrysler’s pentastar.

The Eclipse is named after the legendary English racehorse that dominated flat races with 18 straight wins during the 18th century.

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