The Eclipse Cross has undergone a significant makeover for the 2021 model year, growing in size and scoring updated safety smarts as well as a new touchscreen and infotainment system.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross range consists of a six-vehicle range with pricing starting at $30,290, plus on-road costs, for the Eclipse Cross ES and topping out with the top-spec 2021 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Exceed AWD, priced at $40,790, plus on-road costs.
There’s a refreshing angularity to the Eclipse Cross, that defies the trend within the segment. Its sloping roofline lends it a coupe-like air, while a canvas of sharp lines and angles add some distinctive visual appeal.
Inside the Exceed benefits from a suite of premium touches including leather seats, power adjustable and heated at front. There’s dual-zone climate control air, push-button start, auto up/down windows on all four doors and an electric sunroof.
Like the broader Eclipse Cross range, the Exceed is powered by Mitsubishi’s workhorse 1.5-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine, mated to a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). Eclipse Cross drinks 7.7L/100km of 91RON unleaded on the combined cycle.
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross straddles the line between small and medium SUV. Its new design married to a perfectly adept drivetrain combined with Australia’s first 10-year warranty demands serious consideration if you’re shopping in the segment.
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