This new 4.40m long vehicle is positioned between the classic ASX, which was born in 2010, and the Outlander launched in 2012 but deeply redesigned in 2015. The new Eclipse Cross is closer to the ASX than the Outlander And its 4.70 m. SUV Compact with a dynamic pace, this new model can very easily be considered as the “cut” version of the ASX as is the X4 compared to the X3 BMW.
Inside, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross favors black plastics and imitation aluminum trim. It’s clean, serious and a bit annoying. Note that the center console is equipped with a pad like Lexus to control the infotainment screen which is also tactile. The latter offers support for Android Auto and Apple Carplay. Finally, as on the latest Mazda, the Eclipse Cross has a head-up color display.
Inside, the Eclipse Cross will also be full of technologies and will allow, through the Smartphone Link Display Audio, to control various functions, such as navigation or messaging, using a touchpad, A head-up display.
On the motor side, Mitsubishi will offer the model equipped with a new gasoline engine with direct injection 1.5L, coupled with a new CTV transmission equipped with a sport mode eight-speed manual selection, but also a common rail diesel engine And 2.2L direct injection, coupled to an eight-speed automatic transmission.