2021 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

A compact crossover SUV with a length of 173.4 inches.
This 2018-2021 model is currently not for sale as new. The 2022 model is longer than 175 inches and is not included as a small car.

In the modern interior, controls are intuitively placed around you for a sporty flair. For luxurious comfort, available leather appointed seating and leather-wrapped accents elevate every ride. Precisely designed, the Eclipse Cross was crafted for your driving pleasure.
Seat up to five passengers comfortably in the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross with its flexible second row. Passengers can recline as much or little as they like with nine reclining positions, or you can slide and fold down the seats for a configurable second row that suits your life. Drive your ambition with up to 48.9 cubic feet of versatile, passenger-friendly storage space.
The Eclipse Cross continues Mitsubishi's heritage of all-wheel-drive with a new version of Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC). Available S-AWC integrates the electronically controlled 4WD system, Active Stability Control (ASC), Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), Active Yaw Control (AYC), and an advanced sensor monitoring system for stable and responsive handling in almost all road conditions. In various types of weather, including rain, snow, and gravel, the Eclipse Cross offers improved traction for driving confidence wherever you go.
The 1.5L direct-injection turbo engine offers an impressive 184lb–ft torque giving you that "off the line" feeling. Coupled with the standard CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) with 8-speed Sport Mode, the Eclipse Cross boasts responsive and quick acceleration.
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 2021
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 2021 dashboard
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross dashboard
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 2021 interior
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross interior

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