Mitsubishi planned for a curveball with the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. Although Mitsubishi and almost every other automaker makes a similarly sized crossover, few are made to be a performance car transformed into a crossover. The last echoes of the discontinued Eclipse live on in the Eclipse Cross. As such, the Eclipse Cross inherits a turbocharged engine, sharp styling, and an energetic stance.
To differentiate itself from the many other compact crossovers, the Eclipse Cross boasts impressive performance and lots of technology inside, even at low trims. So many features are available for everyone through the Eclipse Cross that the model deserves mainstream recognition despite its alternative design and identity. When it comes to numbers, refer to the table below to learn exactly what you can get available from the 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross.
|1.5L 4-Cylinder Turbo||Leather-Appointed Seats||Forward Collision Mitigation|
|Continuously Variable Transmission||710-Watt Rockford Fosgate® Punch® Display Audio System||Blind Spot Warning and Lane Change Assist|
|152 Horsepower||Head-Up Display||Adaptive Cruise Control|
|184 lb-ft of Torque||Power Panoramic Sunroof||Emergency Braking Assist|
The 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross may seem peculiar, but at its core, it remains a capable, practical small crossover. Fans praise the model’s peppy powertrain, competitive price, and many entertainment features. Availability of All-Wheel Control (AWC) extends to each of the Canadian trim levels. There are many attractive components to the vehicle’s exterior design, making it a parking lot conversation piece that shows its identity like a badge of honor.