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Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross buying guide

What Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross trim levels are there?

Early Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross models come in 2, 3 and 4 trim levels – all getting keyless entry, tinted rear windows, cruise control, DAB radio, a reversing camera, auto headlights and climate control.

Move up to the mid-range 3 trim and you get 18-inch alloy wheels – replacing the 16s fitted to the entry-level trim – and parking sensors at each end. Other highlights include heated front seats, two-zone air conditioning and a head-up display.

Top-spec 4 adds a panoramic sunroof, LED headlights, leather seats and extra active safety features including blind-spot monitoring and a 360-degree camera.

In summer 2019, the trim level range was changed to Verve, Design SE, Dynamic and Exceed. The newer trim levels mostly match the equipment fitted to 2, 3 and 4 versions, with Design SE getting the bigger wheels but the 2’s kit list.

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross interior and technology

The Eclipse Cross was Mitsubishi’s last all-new model in the UK, boasting a step up in interior quality and style compared to older models. With its free-standing infotainment screen and splashings of silver trim, the interior design is almost BMW-like.

While the touchscreen doesn’t have the best graphics, it’s easy to use and includes all the important features, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. That’s handy given that built-in sat nav doesn’t appear in any Eclipse Cross, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing as Apple and Google mapping systems are updated far more frequently.

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross boot space and dimensions

At a little over 4.5m long and 1.7m tall, the Eclipse Cross is suitably SUV-sized, taking up a similar amount of space as the SEAT Ateca and Vauxhall Grandland X. The Mitsubishi’s sloping roofline means headroom isn’t class-leading but it should be acceptable for anyone who’s not super tall.

A sliding rear bench means you can prioritise space for passengers or luggage. Consequently, boot space can expand from 341 to 448 litres – which should be enough for the weekly shop or a trip away.

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross engine range explained

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 1.5 petrol

The only engine offered in the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is a 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine. It serves up a fairly meaty 163hp and gets from 0-62mph in under 10 seconds, while being capable of 40mpg in mixed driving.

This engine is mated to either a six-speed manual gearbox or a ‘CVT’ automatic gearbox. Four-wheel drive is fitted to some cars with the automatic gearbox, which could be handy if you live in a rural area.

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross FAQs

Resurrecting the name of a small Mitsubishi sports car, the Eclipse Cross was on sale from 2018 to 2021. It’s a five-door, five-seat SUV with a petrol engine, a choice of manual or automatic gearboxes and the option of four-wheel drive.

No, four-wheel drive was available on cars with the automatic gearbox. Many of the Eclipse Crosses you’ll find for sale will be front-wheel drive – not every buyer needs off-road capability – but you can search for used Mitsubishi Eclipses with four-wheel drive here. Alternatively, check out our guide to winter tyres if a two-wheel-drive version will better suit your needs for most of the year.

The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is unlikely to be the first SUV you think of, but it deserves a place on your shortlist if you want something that stands out. It’s decently practical and economical, and is pretty well equipped – all cars come with a reversing camera and keyless entry. The Eclipse Cross is covered by a five-year, 62,000-mile warranty, and boasts a five-star Euro NCAP safety rating.

While the Eclipse Cross will struggle to follow in the footsteps of the brand’s dedicated off-roaders, the Shogun Sport SUV and the related L200 pickup truck, four-wheel-drive versions of the Eclipse Cross come with driving modes for gravel and snow – which should give you confidence to tackle a slippery track or an unsalted road in freezing conditions.