If you want to stand out in the crowd, drive the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, an unconventional SUV to master Bay Area roads. In order to help Daly City, San Jose, and San Francisco, California, car buyers decide if it’s right for them, you’ll need more information. That can be found in our series of reviews designed for your convenience by Daly City Mitsubishi.
In the following, you’ll get a quick glimpse of this SUV and can learn even more by tapping one of the links on this page. Here’s to happy reading and driving!
With the entry-level ES trim, highlights include a 7-inch display audio system, remote keyless entry, and Lane Departure Warning. You’ll also get Forward Collision Mitigation and a rear spoiler to accent the back of your car.
Moving up to the LE trim, it offers rain-sensing wipers and Automatic High Beam headlights. You’ll also receive a 3-month trial of SiriusXM® and enjoy their slew of music, sports, and news programs.
Next, the SE trim inundates you with excellent features, like an 8-way power driver seat, FAST-Key entry system, and Blind Spot Warning with Lane Change Assist. Plus, an 8-inch navigation system and Rear Cross Traffic Alert come standard.
Now, you’ve reached the pinnacle with the SEL trim, which provides you with paddle shifters, leather seating, and an 8-way power passenger seat. You’ll also be able to use everything else that every other trim carries.
Three different materials cover your available heated front and rear seats, including optional synthetic suede in the Eclipse Cross. The optional dual-zone automatic climate control keeps it cool, while the addition of the multi-view camera system keeps you on the straight and narrow.
On the dashboard, an upgraded 8-inch Smartphone-link Display Audio system appears. You can load up your favorite songs to play on the available 8-speaker Mitsubishi Power Sound System and use your smartphone with optional Apple CarPlay® or Android Auto™.
Now, we’ll get a quick look at the dimensions with the available power panoramic roof in place:
In the trunk area, you’ll get 50.1 cubic feet of maximum cargo volume, so you can move furniture, boxes, and sports gear.
The Eclipse Cross provides you with a 1.5L MIVEC 4-cylinder engine that generates 152 horsepower with 184 lb-ft of torque. It uses an 8-speed Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with Sport Mode and will tow up to 1,500 pounds when properly equipped. You’ll get great gas mileage because this Mitsubishi achieves an EPA-estimated 26 city/29 highway MPG.
For those around Daly City, San Jose, and San Francisco, CA, who like to stand out in a crowd of cars, you may be interested in the dynamic Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. Beyond reading our reviews of this SUV, a test drive at Daly City Mitsubishi will put all the pieces together. To set up yours, contact us online.