Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross in Durham
If you’re looking for an SUV with both style and substance, the new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is for you. Marking a new generation of Mitsubishi SUVs, the Eclipse Cross is available with 4WD and impresses inside and out with a dynamic design that oozes confidence. With a turbo-petrol engine under the bonnet the Eclipse Cross is an efficient and powerful car, returning up to 42.8mpg combined, and you’ll love the driving experience. Available with a manual or automatic transmission, the Eclipse Cross puts the driver first with an impressive cockpit and technologies. These include Adaptive Cruise Control and keyless entry.View Spec
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is a striking SUV with angular lines, a sporty silhouette and stylish alloy wheels. It’s a real head-turner whichever way you look at it, and the cabin has an impressive ambience with a perceptible feeling of quality throughout.
Available with 2WD or 4WD and with a manual or automatic transmission, there’s a Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross for everyone. The 1.5 turbo-petrol engine is a strong performer, and a head-up display comes as standard on Eclipse Cross 3 models for driver convenience.
It isn’t just beautifully curvaceous, it’s practical too. The Eclipse Cross has spacious accommodation for five passengers and a 341-litre boot. There’s ISOFIX mounting points on both rear outermost seats and the rear seats slide forwards to extend the boot to 448-litres.
Living with it
Eclipse Cross 2 and 3 models feature a rear-view camera for parking, while Eclipse Cross 4 models feature an upgraded 360° parking camera. All models are loaded with useful features and they are all efficient, returning up to 42.8mpg combined.
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