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Models - 1990–1994 (1G) Mitsubishi Eclipse, Eagle Talon, and Plymouth Laser - Trim Levels
... AWD models were not available until halfway through the first model year ... Eclipse Base FWD model equipped with a 92 hp naturally aspirated engine 1.8 L 8-valve SOHC 4G37 engine Eclipse GS Upgraded FWD model with slightly more equipment Eclipse GS DOHC ... However, 1991 and later years of both turbo models standardized on the 195 hp version 4G63T ...
Models - 2006–2011 (4G) Mitsubishi Eclipse - Trim Levels
4th gen (2006–present) cars Eclipse GS Base FWD model equipped with a 162 hp (121 kW) 2.4 L 16-valve SOHC Mitsubishi 4G69 engine Eclipse GS Sport Spyder Convertible FWD ... comes as an optional "aero kit" package for all models ... GS Spyder - available for sale for the 2007 model year ...
Models - 2000–2005 (3G) Mitsubishi Eclipse - Trim Levels
... All models were FWD. 2003, the RS trim was dropped in 2005, and for that model year, they introduced the Remix Edition package only available on the GS and GS Spyder 4-cylinder ... Eclipse RS GS Base model FWD equipped with a 150 hp 2,4 L 16-valve SOHC Mitsubishi 4G64 engine Eclipse GS Spyder Convertible FWD model equipped with a 150 hp 2,4 L 16-valve SOHC Mitsubishi 4G64 engine ...

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