You probably know that the Mitsubishi Corporation manufactures not only automobiles, but electronics as well. You may even have known that their factories also built the infamous "Zero" fighter plane during the Second World War. But did you know that they were originally a ship building company? Their first automobile was the 1917 Mitsubishi Model A.
It was a seven-seater based on an Italian FIAT design. Hand-built, it was a high-quality machine, but it was unable to compete with mass-produced U.S. and European vehicles, which could be sold for much less.
As a result, only 22 of these cars were ever built. Mitsubishi turned to the manufacture of aircraft engines. Although no airplane has come out of a Mitsubishi factory in over 60 years, the precision engineering required for aircraft engineering is still part of every Mitsubishi Eclipse, right down to the brake pads. Brake pads are only one component of an automotive braking system, but it's an important one, since it provides a textured surface that creates friction against the calipers. This is what actually brings your car to a stop when you apply the brake. If you do a great deal of hard city driving, the brake pads will wear out at least once during your vehicle's lifetime, and possibly more. When your Mitsubishi Eclipse Brake Pads are worn, you'll hear a whining or squealing sound every time you apply the brakes. When this happens, come see us for the genuine Mitsubishi Eclipse Brake Pads you need.We have the best prices on parts and accessories for virtually anything on four wheels, and back up that claim by meeting or beating any competitor's prices.