Mitsubishi’s striking new Eclipse Cross is the first of a new generation of Mitsubishi SUVs that are designed and built to impress, inside and out. From its sharp, dynamic body lines, and sophisticated interior, to its turbocharged petrol engine and precise handling, this is a vehicle that impresses every time you get behind the wheel. Read ahead to get a full breakdown of the SUV’s features and specs...

The Eclipse Cross is an all-new offering for 2018. It features a 152-hp turbocharged 1.5-litre four-cylinder, updated technology, and expressively shaped bodywork, all aimed at giving Mitsubishi relevance in the burgeoning SUV scene.

Mitsubishi Motors’ dynamic shield design conveys striking confidence with distinct, edgy body lines that flow to the raked rear hatch. Standard 18” alloy wheels intensify the SUV’s sporty, commanding stance.

This SUV isn’t just a pretty face. Unique LED rear lighting enhances visibility with a lower line of sight and highlights the equally distinctive tail styling of the Eclipse Cross. The efficient rear window design allows for more rear cargo space, too.

On the inside, you’ll experience an abundance of high-quality materials and silver-accented details. Luxurious features such as heated rear seats, leather seating surfaces, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and shift knob and heated steering wheel are also available.

Front-passenger space is average, but rear-seat space feels greater than the measurements suggest. Headroom and legroom measurements are lower here than in rival crossovers, but there is significant room under the front seats for the rear-seat passengers’ feet, thereby increasing the feeling of roominess in the second row.

For ultimate control and traction, Mitsubishi Motors’ Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) comes standard with the Eclipse Cross. The world’s most advanced all-wheel control system, S-AWC allows you to enjoy maximum control in any driving condition.

When it comes to modern connectivity, the Eclipse Cross delivers. Stay in tune with your world with a variety of high-tech features.

To enhance the driving experience, the Eclipse Cross is equipped with premium features such as a power panoramic sunroof, a 710-watt Rockford Fosgate sound system, the Multi-View Camera System (MVCS), paddle shifters, dual-zone climate control, and Head-Up Display.

Intelligent sensors placed all around the Eclipse Cross monitor your surroundings and provide active warnings to alert you of possible danger. Change lanes with confidence with the available Blind Spot Warning (BSW) and Lane Change Assist (LCA) systems that use radar sensors to detect vehicles in your blind spots. Stay on track with Lane Departure Warning (LDW) that alerts you if it detects your vehicle drifting from its lane. Other available active safety systems include Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) which detects vehicles approaching from the side while you’re backing up, and Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM) system that uses laser radar and camera technology to determine if a collision is imminent.     

– Source: Mitsubishi