The 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is distinctly designed. Every detail of the Eclipse Cross is crafted for confidence-inspiring driving, with the exterior's sharp, sculpted lines giving it a strong stance and dynamic design that captivates is the Mitsubishi standardTake in more sights and light with the dual pane power sliding panoramic sunroof. With heated front and rear seats and modern interior styling, it's easy to settle in for an immersive ride. Seat up to five passengers comfortably with a flexible second row. As long as your keys are with you, with the available FAST-Key Passive Entry you can start, stop and lock/unlock the Eclipse Cross with just a push of a button. The Eclipse Cross features super all-wheel control, complemented by the electronically controlled 4WD system, active stability control, anti-lock braking system, active yaw control and an advanced sensor monitoring system for stable and responsive handling in almost all road conditions The 1.5L direct-injection turbo engine offers an impressive 184 lb.â€“ft. torque, giving you that off the line feeling. Coupled with the standard Continuously Variable Transmission with 8-speed Sport Mode, the Eclipse Cross boasts responsive and quick acceleration. The Eclipse Cross offers a range of convenient features for staying connected on the road, including Mitsubishi Connect app access, 7in display, Bluetooth integration, smartphone compatibility, SiriusXM Radio and premium audio system. Youâ€™ll also find a suite of safety features such as a multi-view camera system, adaptive cruise control, fog lights and LED running lights.
After making its debut in 2018 the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross carries over into 2019 without any major changes.
The Eclipse Cross comes with just one available engine and transmission. Power comes from a 1.5L turbocharged 4-cylinder, making 152 horsepower. It also makes 184-lb-ft of torque, which Mitsubishi points out as more torque than either their 2.0L or 2.4L engines found in other Mitsubishi vehicles. Power is sent to the front wheels in base trim, but all other trim levels for the Eclipse Cross get all-wheel drive. The only transmission option is of the continuously variable variety, though it does simulate an 8-speed transmission when in sport mode.
The Eclipse Cross comes in four different trims: the base trim, dubbed the ES 1.5T, comes with a standard 7-inch touchscreen, rearview camera, Bluetooth wireless connectivity, automatic climate control, LED running lights, heated mirrors, steering wheel mounted controls for the sound system and cruise control, power door locks and an alarm. Since the ES is the only trim that comes without all-wheel drive standard, Mitsubishi has helpfully offered it as a standalone option where it costs just $600.
The next trim level up is called the LE. The LE gets a more stylish exterior, thanks to 18-inch alloy wheels painted in black and unique black painted exterior accents. Inside, the LE gets an upgraded infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and SiriusXM compatibility.
The SE includes heated front seats, a push button start, keyless passive entry, alloy wheels (also 18-inches) a blind spot warning system, rear cross traffic alert, Mitsubishi Connect Telematics system and a leather wrapped steering wheel and shift knob.
The top-of-the-line SEL includes leather seating surfaces, LED headlights, a multi-view camera system to assist with parking and a heads-up display. A touring package is available on the SEL that includes a dual-pane power sliding sunroof, a Rockford Fosgate 710-watt stereo, a heated steering wheel and heated rear seats. Add everything up and even with a top-of-the-line Eclipse Cross including the touring package and the price tag still comes in under $32,000.