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Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross
Up your game with the new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. This striking SUV boasts Super All-Wheel Control with Auto, Snow and Gravel modes for unbeatable traction and will tow a braked trailer up to 1,600kg. Those impressive SUV capabilities are wrapped up in a sleek, original body that’s undeniably alluring. You’ll love the new 1.5L turbo-petrol engine and 8-speed CVT transmission. These deliver strong, flexible performance and fuel economy of up to 42.8mpg combined. A premium specification seals the deal with a reversing camera, Auto High Beam, head-up display and panoramic sunroof available as standard.
Eclipse Cross Features
Is there a more original SUV on the road? The new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross stands out with its angular shape, powerful stance and distinctive LED DRL profile. It’s lovely inside as well with a tactile, ergonomic cabin.
The turbocharged 1.5-litre petrol engine has 161bhp and 250Nm of torque, which combined with the 8-speed CVT transmission makes for a quick SUV in any weather. You won’t be found wanting, that’s for sure.
Super All-Wheel Control
The Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) system fitted to the new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has Auto, Snow and Gravel modes. It really does pay for itself in bad weather. You’ll be glad to have it.
The huge 1,600kg towing capacity tells only half the story. The boot has a generous 341-litre load volume with the rear seats up. Slide the rear seats forward, and that capacity expands to 448-litres.
360° parking camera
The 360° parking camera on Eclipse Cross 4 models gives you a surround view when parking. It makes fitting into tight spaces easier. Eclipse Cross 2 and 3 models come with a reversing camera.
Connect your smartphone to the infotainment system seamlessly via Bluetooth. Mirror apps onto the screen with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto and stay connected on the go, wherever you go.
Eclipse Cross 3 and 4 models are fitted with Mitsubishi’s keyless operation system, so you can leave your key in your pocket. Simply press the starter button to turn the engine on and off and get going.
With Mitsubishi’s Lane Change Assist System, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Blind Spot Warning System, the Eclipse Cross 4 makes driving easier. All models feature Auto High Beam, so you don’t have to flick the beams yourself.
Eclipse Cross Colours
For the trim levels, colours and more detailed info, download or order the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross brochure
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