Mitsubishis Eclipse Convertibles, which are typically the priciest of the Mitsubis, have been around for years, and were originally introduced in the early 2000s.
Mitsubischi’s Eclipse series is based on the Mitsuba Eclipse sedan, but now the company has decided to take a look at the Subaru Impreza WRX STI, which was introduced in 2014.
The company has also been looking at the Mazda MX-5, a sporty, compact sedan that was introduced just this year, and it has a new competitor for the Subaru in the Mazda RX-7.
In a new video posted to the company’s YouTube channel, Mitsubashi has put out a review of the Subaru Eclipse Convertier.
The review is a bit long, but the gist of it is that the Subaru’s new Eclipse Convertiier will be a mid-engined car that is available in two trim levels, a hatchback or wagon version.
The price tag for the sedan, the new wagon, and the crossover will range from $28,900 to $34,900.
The wagon and hatchback versions are available with either the 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-six or the 3.5-liter V6, respectively.
Both versions of the Eclipse Convertie will be available in 2019, and Mitsubashis website indicates that they will be on sale in Japan in late 2019.
It will also be available globally in early 2020, and we are sure that Mitsubushi will be giving us a review on these vehicles when we can get our hands on them.
For now, we can only hope that the new Eclipse will be much more than a fun hatchback to drive around town in, and perhaps it will also prove to be a great way to add a little more practicality to our driving experience.