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The presentation of the first generation Mitsubishi Eclipse took place in 1989. The model had a 1G index and was assembled on the Galant VR-4 car platform. The dynamic two-door coupe was positioned by the manufacturer as a vehicle for lovers of fast driving. The car was equipped with a 92-horsepower naturally aspirated engine and two variants of 140-horsepower engines. The second generation of Eclipse was born in 1995. The maximum power of the car has grown to 213 horsepower. In 1996, the Spyder convertible roof model was added to the family.
A year later, the original Mitsubishi Eclipse underwent a facelift. The most significant change was the installation of the spoiler. Several other external changes were also made. At the 1998 Detroit Auto Show, the manufacturer unveiled the Mitsubishi SST concept car. This car served as the basis for the third generation of the model, released in 2000.
The convertible version began production in 2001. At the 2004 Detroit Auto Show, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Concept-E debuted, which became the basis for the fourth generation of cars. The car received a rather futuristic design, but at the same time intersecting with the latest generation design. A year later, the serial version of the model was released.
Best Spark Plugs for 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 Mitsubishi Eclipse
|Info/Engine||2.0L 16v DOHC engine||1.8L 8v SOHC engine|
|OEM spark plug gap||0.032″ (0.81 mm)||0.044″ (1.11 mm)|
|Change interval||30,000 miles||30,000 miles|
|Best spark plug||NGK 7131 BPR6ES Nickel Spark Plug||NGK 7133 BPR6ES-11 Nickel Spark Plug|
|Popular choice||NGK 7084 BPR6EGP G-Power Platinum Spark Plug||Denso 4709 IW20TT Iridium TT Spark Plug|
Best Spark Plugs for 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse
|Info/Engine||2.4L 4G64 16v SOHC||2.0L 420A 16v DOHC engine||2.0L 4G63 16v DOHC engine|
|OEM spark plug gap||0.044″ (1.11 mm)||0.035″ (0.88 mm)||0.032″ (0.81 mm)|
|Change interval||30,000 miles||30,000 miles||30,000 miles|
|Best spark plug||NGK 6953 BKR5E-11 V-Power Spark Plug||NGK 6364 BKR6ES Nickel Spark Plug||NGK 6757 BPR6EKN Multi-Ground Spark Plug|
|Popular choice||NGK 2382 BKR5ES-11 Nickel Spark Plug||NGK 6418 BKR6EIX Iridium IX Spark Plug||NGK 6637 BPR6EIX Iridium IX Spark Plug|
Best Spark Plugs for 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Mitsubishi Eclipse
|Info/Engine||2.4L 4G64 16v SOHC||3.0L 6G72 24v SOHC|
|OEM spark plug gap||0.044″ (1.11 mm)||0.032″ (0.81 mm)|
|Change interval||30,000 miles||60,000 miles|
|Best spark plug||NGK 6953 BKR5E-11 V-Power Spark Plug||NGK 6507 IFR6B Laser Iridium Spark Plug|
|Popular choice||NGK 2382 BKR5ES-11 Nickel Spark Plug||NGK 6507 IFR6B Laser Iridium Spark Plug|
Best Spark Plugs for 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse
|Info/Engine||2.4L 4G69 16v SOHC||3.8L 6G75 24v SOHC engine|
|OEM spark plug gap||Gap: 0.032″ (0.81 mm)||Gap: 0.032″ (0.81 mm)|
|Change interval||105,000 miles||105,000 miles|
|Best spark plug||NGK 3656 LZFR6AI Laser Iridium Spark Plug||NGK 4867 IFR6B-K Laser Iridium Spark Plug|
|Popular choice||NGK 3656 LZFR6AI Laser Iridium Spark Plug||NGK 4867 IFR6B-K Laser Iridium Spark Plug|