Small SUV with a big impact.

Introducing the brand new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. With its bold design, brillant connectivity technology and Super All-Wheel Control, the Eclipse Cross is a revolutionary vehicle that you must see for yourself.


Drive with Confidence.

The new crossover is also launching Mitsubishi Connect, a subscription-based service that uses the 4G LTE cellular modem and GPS capability to provide a voice and data connection to a call center. This system will provide automatic collision notification, SOS emergency assistance, roadside assistance, information assistance, stolen vehicle assistance, a mileage tracker and alarm notification. The system will also feature two emergency buttons, one for SOS emergency assistance and the other for information/roadside assistance.


Entertainment and Convenience.

A 7-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is standard on the LE and up, as such there is no native navigation system. There is a bit of a delay when selecting menu buttons from the touchscreen, but the system  can also be controlled by a touchpad in the center console, which is much quicker. The system makes you navigate quite a few menus and submenus, but it's all fairly intuitive. 

A heads-up display is standard on the SEL, but it's not projected directly onto the windshield. Instead a large, transparent screen pops up with information about speed, cruise control setting and any safety warnings reflected up to it.  I didn't find the large screen distracting when just toddling along in traffic, but as soon as I hit the back roads, that puppy went back in its hiding place.

More technology at your fingertips:

  • Retractable Head up display
  • Bluetooth
  • Cruise control

Comfort For Every Level.

The base ES trim will offer such convenience and safety features as a backup camera, heated mirrors, a color display screen, automatic climate control, cruise control and seven airbags. The LE trim will add 18-inch alloy wheels and black exterior trim, in addition to a 7-inch display audio system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay capability. The SE trim will offer a blind-spot warning system, rear cross-traffic alert and heated front seats. The range-topping SEL trim, meanwhile, will add leather seats, LED headlights, the head-up display and a multiview camera system. The Touring pack for the SEL trim will also offer a Rockford Fosgate premium audio system, a heated steering wheel, heated rear seats and other convenience items.


Agile Performance.

The Eclipse Cross puts you firmly in control with our Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) system. The all-new 1.5L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine gives you the perfect combination of performance and economy, while 18-inch alloy wheels work in unison with S-AWC to give you stable and confident handling while conveying strength and agility.

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