Eterna Sava

1989

Eterna Sava

Mitsubishi Motors developed a new sporty and elegant "lite" 4-door sedan to join the sixth-generation Galant and Eterna and better meet the increasing individualization and diversification among mid-sized sedan owners. The Eterna Sava came to market in October 1989 with a variant name reflecting the casual nature of the French greeting "ca va?" A stylish 4-door sedan derived from the Galant was distinguished by the treatment of the trailing edge of the roof and the more gently slanted C-pillars. Inside, the Eterna Sava presented a chic and elegant living space that was dressed in a darkish color scheme counterpointed by light colored seat fabric. The main force of the model was powered by a 1.8 L engine but the lineup included a full-time four-wheel drive variant with a four-wheel steering to deliver stable and well-balanced road behavior. The comprehensive equipment specification included fully automatic climate control, power steering and windows, central door locking and a stereo audio system as standard. Presenting itself as great value for money, the Eterna Sava met the needs of a wide spectrum of owners.

Overall length 4530 mm
Overall width 1695 mm
Overall height 1405 mm
Engines 1.8 L, 2.0 L, 1.8 L dieselturbo