Revision is an incredible thing, and a single look at the 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross reveals just how true that is. The new exterior design of the Eclipse Cross is giving car shoppers everywhere a new reason to stop for a look. As a crossover, it may not look as sporty as the car it gets the Eclipse name from, but the flair is still there.
With four trims, the 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross shows off that flair in different ways. The ES S-AWC trim keeps its price low by offering modest features in a nearly visually identical model compared to the others. The SE S-AWC adds a few modern safety and comfort features without raising the price too much. Improved safety and convenience characteristics turn the SEL S-AWC into an attractive step up, but the GT S-AWC earns the top spot with a wave of premium luxury features. Get a pair of highlighted features by trim in the table below.
|ES S-AWC||Forward Collision Mitigation||1.5L DOHC MIVEC 4-Cylinder Turbocharged Engine|
|SE S-AWC||Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control||FAST-Key Keyless Entry with Push Button Start|
|SEL S-AWC||Head-Up Display (HUD)||Adaptive Cruise Control|
|GT S-AWC||510-Watt Mitsubishi Power Sound System, 8 Speakers||Leather-Appointed Seats|
An obvious choice for many shoppers will simply be the base model, the ES S-AWC. With a starting MSRP below $30,000 is hard to find in the compact crossover class, it will be a hard trim to pass up for first-time crossover buyers or others on a tight budget. For shoppers with more financial freedom, the SEL S-AWC makes for a well-equipped crossover without diving all the way into luxury features. Still, the price of the GT S-AWC will pull in enough shoppers because of the features it offers at its price.