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A great adventure awaits with the new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. Be equipped for every adventure with a full-time four-wheel drive system and 1.5 turbo direct injection petrol engine. Unfaltering grip and performance are Eclipse Cross trademarks. So too are refinement and comfort whether you’re wafting around town, cruising the motorway or exploring the beaten track. The upmarket interior has space for five and a suite of useful features like a 360-degree parking camera, Adaptive Cruise Control, heated front seats, a head-up display and plush leather upholstery on ‘4’ models. Make it your own with a choice of bold body colours and dealer-fit touring accessories.
Eclipse Cross Features
Ready to roll
The Eclipse Cross is ready for every trip. It looks the part with its athletic stance and angular body. The cabin has space for five and a big boot. If you’ll be towing a trailer there’s a useful 1,600kg tow capacity.
‘4’ models come with plush leather upholstery as standard as well as a powered driver’s seat. ‘3’ models have heated front seats and an electronic parking brake to free up cabin space up top.
The Eclipse Cross has a sound-reducing windscreen on ‘3’ and ‘4’ models which reduces road noise intrusion into the cabin. At speed, this is a relaxing car to drive. Cruise control is a standard feature as is Lane Departure Warning.
4’ models stand out with full LED headlights, a powered panoramic glass sunroof, premium audio system, Blind Spot Warning & Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Lane Change Assist and Adaptive Cruise Control.
Super All-Wheel Control Is A Full-time Four-wheel Drive System With A Rotary Dial For Toggling Between Drive Modes. Auto Mode Splits The Torque 80 With More Sent Backwards. There’s Also Snow And Gravel Modes.
The 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine is powerful and efficient with a wide torque band for flexible performance. It puts out 163bhp and 184 lb-ft of torque with a manual or automatic transmission available.
All models are equipped with a reversing camera. ‘3’ models add front and rear parking sensors while ‘4’ models get an upgraded 360-degree parking camera which makes parking and tricky manoeuvres a piece of cake.
3’ and ‘4’ models come equipped with a head-up display which is built into the top of the instrument cluster. It can display the speed limit, your speed and even navigation directions. Now that’s smart.
Eclipse Cross Colours
For the trim levels, colours and more detailed info, download or order the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross brochure
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