Something has happened to Mitsubishi, by introducing the all new Eclipse Cross compact SUV they have elevated themselves into the realms of actually caring about making a stylish looking car. The all new Eclipse Cross, with its edgy, angular look may divide personal opinions but it's still eye catching nonetheless.
The Eclipse Cross is aimed at the ever growing compact SUV sector which is where all the money is right now. So you have to stand out against your rivals and it seems the Eclipse cross does just that.
When it goes on sale in January 2018 the Eclipse Cross will retail from a starting price of £21,275 OTR. Mitsubishi says that it was developed with a focus on three core areas – inspiring design, driving dynamics and advanced technology.
The Eclipse Cross will be available in three trim levels – Eclipse Cross 2, Eclipse Cross 3 and Eclipse Cross 4. Two- or four-wheel drive models will be on offer.
The latest generation of Mitsubishi’s Super All-wheel Control (S-AWC) system will offer a choice of three advanced drive modes – Auto, Snow and Gravel.
As usual for a Japanese car maker standard equipment is generous, entry-level 2 version offering features such as a touch-pad controller, Smartphone Display Audio that is compatible with Apple CarPlay*¹and Android Auto.
Also included as standard is a rear view camera, DAB radio with six speakers, cruise control, climate control air conditioning, LED Daytime Running Lights, Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free calls, 16-inch alloy wheels, privacy glass and heated door mirrors.
Pricing for the fully loaded flagship Eclipse Cross 4 starts at £24,975 OTR with the front-wheel-drive manual transmission and £27,900 OTR for the 4WD automatic version.
To celebrate the launch of the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross in the UK, a special ‘First Edition’ will be available for a limited time.