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2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross – Price and Details

The 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross will arrive in Australia and go on-sale on 22 December with prices starting at $30,500+ORC.

THE MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE CROSS will slot into Mitsubishi’s local line-up between the ASX and Outlander and go head to head with the recently updated Nissan Qashqai and others. There will be three variants offered, the entry-level LS 2WD from $30,500+ORC with standard active safety features including autonomous emergency braking, the Exceed 2WD from $36,000+ORC dual-zone air-conditioning, leather interior, power and heated front seats, LED headlights, double panoramic sunroof, and a full active safety suite including rear cross traffic alert, and more, while the Exceed AWD lists from $38,500+ORC.

READ PRACTICAL MOTORING’S FIRST DRIVE REVIEW OF THE MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE CROSS.

There will only be one engine and transmission available on the Eclipse Cross, a 1.5-litre turbocharged four-cylinder making 110kW at 5500rpm and 250Nm of torque at 1800rpm which is mated to a CVT. Fuel economy swings from 7.3-7.7L/100km depending on the variant.

“Mitsubishi has a long history in developing innovative and exciting new models and the Eclipse Cross will build on our reputation as a leader in the SUV segment,” said Mitsubishi Australia’s CEO, John Signoriello.

“We are excited to be able to announce the details of the forthcoming Eclipse Cross and we are looking forward to a strong 2018, as our expanded SUV range hits the road.”

The Eclipse Cross was awarded a five-star ANCAP safety rating and gets, as standard, forward collision mitigation which works on vehicles and pedestrians, lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and hill start assist.

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