Recently added Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross
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- 21,789 miles
- 42.8 MPG*
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- 54,817 miles
- 42.8 MPG*
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- 30,123 miles
- 40.4 MPG*
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- 25,721 miles
- 42.2 MPG*
- 34,399 miles
- 36.7 MPG*
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- 11,940 miles
- 40.4 MPG*
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The stylish compact crossover coupé, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, has good handling and performance on the road. Mirroring the exterior design, the interior of the Eclipse Cross is stylish and attractive, coming with plenty of onboard features.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross competes well on the popular and competitive compact crossover and SUV market, rivalling the Nissan Qashqai, the Peugeot 3008, the SEAT Ateca, the Volkswagen Tiguan and the Toyota CH-R in terms of practicality and running costs.
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross updates and facelifts
Launched in 2017, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross received a facelift in 2021, which made some subtle design changes. These included a redesigned front bumper and grille, and the rear windscreen was made larger, increasing visibility. Inside, the seven-inch infotainment screen was replaced with an eight-inch screen and some digital dials were added to the instrument cluster.
Practicality and style of the car
Passengers have a good amount of comfort in the Eclipse Cross with plenty of legroom and headroom available. Rear passengers can alter the amount of space they have depending on the need for boot space by sliding the rear bench backwards or forwards. The driver and front passenger sit up high, giving them good visibility of the road ahead. Seats in both the front and rear of the vehicle provide a good amount of support to passengers, helping to make long journeys comfortable.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has a boot size of 341 litres, which can be increased to 448 litres by using the sliding rear bench. By folding down the rear seats, the boot can be expanded even further to 1,140 litres. With the rear bench forward, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has more capacity than the Toyota C-HR, which has a 377-litre boot. When expanded, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross closely rivals the Toyota C-HR’s 1,660 litres, giving owners plenty of space to store luggage and suitcases.
The boot opens wide and has a large, flat loading bay with a small loading lip. This makes loading and unloading heavy items easy. For larger items, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross can tow up to 1,600kg, which is enough to tow a trailer or caravan.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross falls into insurance groups 18 to 21 and has an annual road tax of £180. In comparison to its rivals, most Eclipse Crosses occupy a lower insurance group bracket. The Nissan Qashqai falls between groups 11 to 50 and the Volkswagen Tiguan falls between groups 11 to 36.
How a used Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross drives
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is available with Petrol engines. The 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine puts down 161bhp and returns between 33.2 and 37.7mpg. This can come mated to a nine-speed manual or CVT transmission gearbox, and with all-wheel drive.
The manual all-wheel drive achieves 0 to 62mph in 10.3 seconds and the CVT all-wheel drive achieves it in 9.8 seconds. The 1.5 CVT returns 34.4mpg, while the CVT all-wheel drive returns 32.5mpg.
Engines and official MPG
Please refer to the table below for a comprehensive list of engines and their official MPG figures.
2018 - 2021
- 1.5 = 33.2–37.7 mpg
- 1.5 CVT = 34.4 mpg
- 1.5 CVT 4WD = 32.5 mpg
Features you can expect in a Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross
The interior of the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is well designed and is furnished with good-quality materials. Storage spaces are located around the car to keep the cabin clutter-free. There is a good-sized glovebox, cup holder and a cubby located in the front of the centre console. Useful for storing personal items such as smartphones or keys. In the rear, there are a pair of map pockets on the back of the front seats which can be used to stow away entertainment devices. Door bins are also a good size and can hold large water bottles or other personal items.
At the top of the dashboard sits the infotainment screen. In variants before 2021, it has a seven-inch screen and after 2021 an eight-inch screen. Infotainment is controlled via the touchscreen interface as well as through the touch-sensitive pad located on the centre console. There are multifunctional controls located on the steering wheel, so drivers don’t have to take their hands off the wheel. Navigating the menu is easy and the clear graphics help to make it even more intuitive to use.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto come as standard on the Eclipse Cross allowing drivers to access their personal music libraries, contact books and navigation applications from their smartphone. A DAB radio and Bluetooth hands-free connectivity also come as standard, providing the driver with extra onboard entertainment and functionality.
Located below the infotainment screen and air vents are the controls for the single-zone or dual-zone climate control and, on the 3 trim and above, there are heated front seats. Climate control is adjusted using a set of physical controls and dials on the dashboard.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has several technological features to assist the driver. Lane departure warning and lane keep assist are helpful on the motorway. Lane departure warnings alert the driver of any vehicles adjacent to the car when changing lanes to avoid a collision. Lane-keep assist helps to keep the vehicle in the centre of the lane. Mitsubishi’s Active Yaw Brake Control helps to prevent the car from oversteering when turning a corner by varying the braking force applied to the front wheels.
Other features include adaptive cruise control, which comes on models with an attached CVT gearbox. This helps the car maintain a safe distance from the car in front and can also adjust the speed of the vehicle when it encounters traffic. A 360-degree parking camera comes with the 4 trim and above, while front and rear parking sensors are available on the 3 trim and above. Auto wipers, auto lights and keyless entry and start also feature on the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross scored a full five stars on the Euro NCAP safety tests. The Eclipse Cross also scored well on adult and child occupant protection tests scoring 97% and 78% respectively. For adult protection scores, the Eclipse Cross outscored most of its rivals such as the Nissan Qashqai, which scored 91%, and the Peugeot 3008, which scored 86%. For child protection scores, the Eclipse Cross scored higher than the Toyota C-HR, which was awarded 77%.
Safety features on the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross include seven airbags located around the front and rear cabin and two ISOFIX points in the outermost rear seats. Blind spot monitoring and warning alerts drivers of vehicles or cyclists in the blind spots of the vehicle. Autonomous emergency braking comes as standard on the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. This works towards collision prevention by automatically braking if the car senses an obstruction up ahead.
Other safety features include rear cross-traffic alert, which alerts drivers of oncoming vehicles when reversing out of a parking space or driveway.
Trims available on the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross
The 2 trim is the entry-level trim for the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. Inside, it comes with an infotainment system with smartphone connectivity, a DAB radio, interior lighting, touchpad controller and climate control. On the exterior, the 2 trim comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, auto lights, auto wipers, halogen headlights, front and rear silver skid plates, and privacy glass. Other features include cruise control and lane departure warning.
The 3 trim adds a head-up display, fabric upholstery with silver stitching, dual-zone climate control and heated front seats. On the exterior, this trim adds 18-inch alloy wheels with two-tone styling, a soundproof windscreen and heated door mirrors. Other features include keyless entry and start as well as rear parking sensors.
The 4 trim is the flagship trim. On the inside, drivers will find black leather upholstery with orange stitching, a panoramic sunroof, electrical adjustment on the driver’s seat and a nine-speaker Rockford sound system. On the exterior, the 4 trim features LED headlights, which come with a wash function, allowing them to be cleaned remotely. Other features include a 360-degree parking camera, rear cross-traffic alert and blind spot monitoring.
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Frequently asked questions
Q. How much does a used Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross cost?
A. We have 12 used Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross cars in stock ranging from £12,498 to £18,998.
Q. How many MPG does the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross get?
A. The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross MPG varies from 37 mpg to 43 mpg.
Q. How much is car tax for a used Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross?
A. The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross car tax starts from £180 per year for the models in stock.
Q. What is the average mileage on a used Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross?
A. The average mileage on a used Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross in stock is 30940 miles.
Q. Which transmission options are available with the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross?
A. Currently in stock, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is available in Automatic, Manual.
Q. What different fuel types are available for the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross?
A. Of the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross used cars in stock, they are available in the following fuel types: Petrol.
Q. What are the most popular engine sizes in the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross?
A. The most popular engine sizes in the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross we have in stock are 1.5 litres.
Q. What are the most popular colours in the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross range?
A. The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is available in various colours. The most popular we have in stock are White, Red, Bronze
Q. Is the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross a good car?
A. Car & Driving rate the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 3.5 stars (out of 5).
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