Not to be confused with the Eclipse sports car of the '90s, the Eclipse Cross is a compact SUV that does not stand out in its class for anything in particular but its bold styling. Power comes from a 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder that sends an unmotivating 152 hp through a continuously variable transmission to either the front or all wheels. Neither this engine nor the suspensions setup live up to the sporty heritage of the Eclipse badge. The Eclipse Cross rather features a comfortable, yet uninspiring ride and benefits from a well-built and quiet interior with seating for five.
Changes for 2020
All trims of the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross are available with front-wheel-drive for 2020. In addition, SE and SEL trim levels benefit from a suite of standard safety features that include Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM) with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Warning (LDW), Blind Spot Warning (BSW), Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA), rain-sensing windshield wipers, and Automatic High Beams (AHB). The Touring Package on SEL trims further adds Forward Collision Mitigation with High Speed Braking Capability (FCM-HSB) and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC).
The 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross SUV is available in 10 trim levels.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross ES comes standard with automatic air conditioning, cruise control, power windows, cloth seat-upholstery, 6-way driver bucket seat, 4-way passenger bucket seat, split-folding bench rear seat, tilting and telescoping steering-wheel, AM/FM/HD radio, wireless connectivity, ABS, stability control, front airbags, front side airbags, side-curtain airbags, knee airbag, tire-pressure monitor and parking assist.
Features available on other trims include dual-zone air-conditioning, head-up display, keyless entry, leather seat-upholstery, power driver-seat adjustments, heated front seats, satellite-radio, emergency communication system and lane-departure warning.
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