Mitsubishi’s Eclipse Cross has a fascinating shape that’s part SUV, part coupe. It’s most interesting styling feature is the double-deck rear window.
It’s just been given a revision in shape as well as added equipment. The front end has an evolved Dynamic Shield design concept, including new shapes for the headlights, the daytime running lamps are now LED. The rear has a more elegant appearance. It rides on new-design 18-inch alloy wheels.
The infotainment system has a new 8-inch screen which is now mounted in a position closer to the driver for improved visibility.
Mitsubishi Motor Corporation (MMC) has teamed with what3words to deploy the industry’s first built-in offline navigation which is integrated into the TomTom satellite navigation system6.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility comes standard on all models.
A full-colour Head-Up Display (HUD) presents dashboard information, alerts and navigation signals that helps.
Colours offered on the Australian imports are White Diamond (new), Red Diamond, Lightning Blue (pearlescent), Sterling Silver Metallic, Titanium Grey Metallic, White (solid), Black (pearlescent). Metallic and Pearlescent paint $740; Prestige paint $940.
Revised Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is now on sale at dealers Australian wide.