With its sleek exterior design, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is worth consideration if you’re in the market for a stylish small crossover. The Eclipse Cross also offers an attractive cabin, but it provides less cargo capacity than some rival models.
Introduced for the 2018 model year, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is a compact crossover SUV that seats five passengers. It comes with affordable pricing and a generous list of standard features, and it’s available with an appealing range of options. Front-wheel drive is standard, and all-wheel drive is available for drivers who need extra help in rain and snow.
One of the most appealing aspects of the Eclipse Cross is its exterior design. From its dramatic front bumper to its aggressively sculpted side panels, this SUV has a modern, tough look. All models come with a front fascia that’s equipped with fog lights and LED daytime running lights. Lower-body cladding and a muscular stance add a rugged edge to the Eclipse Cross’ appearance.
This SUV’s cabin is home to clean, up-to-date design. The center stack is topped by a modish floating touchscreen, and the dash shows off handsome metallic accents. By this segment’s standards, the cabin provides a reasonably spacious environment for passengers. However, relative to some rivals, the Eclipse Cross comes up short on cargo space.
Overall, the Eclipse Cross delivers acceptable handling, but it’s worth noting that the suspension transmits some harshness to the cabin when traveling over grooves and ruts. Rival models deliver smoother performance in this area. The sole engine choice is a four-cylinder powerplant, and it’s matched with a continuously variable transmission.
Base models come with a competitive assortment of standard features. The list includes heated side mirrors and 60/40-split folding rear seats that slide and recline. Bluetooth connectivity is also standard, along with a 7-inch touchscreen for the vehicle’s infotainment system. When it comes to optional amenities, the list includes LED headlights, satellite radio, heated rear seats, a heated steering wheel and Apple CarPlay/Android smartphone integration.
Modern buyers expect their vehicles to offer the latest driver-assist features, and the Eclipse Cross doesn’t disappoint in this area. Adaptive cruise control is offered, and this feature allows Mitsubishi’s SUV to maintain a set distance behind the vehicle that immediately precedes it on the highway. The list of available features also includes a blind-spot warning system and a forward collision warning system with automatic emergency braking.
The Eclipse Cross competes with small SUVs like the Honda CR-V, Kia Sportage, Subaru Forester and Hyundai Tucson. Exterior design matters to car shoppers, and this Mitsubishi has what it takes to catch the eye of buyers seeking a compact crossover with an assertive and distinctive look.
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