Mitsubishi now has two contenders in the small SUV segment with the Eclipse Cross joining the strong selling ASX.
Beats me because the Eclipse Cross costs at least five grand more than an ASX and Aussies are notorious bargain hunters.
However, it’s a new model as opposed to the much older ASX and as a result, gains more up to the minute technology in the engine, transmission and safety features.
Goes pretty well too.
Check out my Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Video Review:
Facts and Figures: 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross
- Engine: 1.5 litre turbo-petrol producing 110kW/250Nm
- Transmission: CVT automatic
- Safety: Five stars
- Warranty: 5yrs/100,000km
- Origin: Japan
- Price: from $30,500 (2WD) and $38,500 (AWD)