Japanese brand Mitsubishi has now released prices for its new Eclipse Cross SUV, which will be available in three trim levels – Eclipse Cross 2, Eclipse Cross 3 and Eclipse Cross 4. Not really sure what happened about number 1, but never mind.
How Much Is It? What’s Included?
Prices for the new Eclipse Cross start from £21,275, which will of course get you the ‘2’ model. This will give you standard features such as smartphone connectivity, rear view camera, DAB radio with six speakers, cruise control, climate control, 16″ alloys and privacy glass. Like the other models in the range, it will only come with the choice Mitsubishi’s new 1.5 litre turbocharged petrol (163bhp and 250Nm of torque), which in the case of the ‘2’, is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox and two wheel drive.
The ‘3’ model, which starts from £22,575, adds features such as 18″ alloys, a head-up display, heated front seats, front and rear parking sensors, dual zone climate control and keyless entry. The ‘3’ is also available with the 6-speed manual, but an automatic is also available as is all wheel drive.
The ‘4’ model, priced from £24,795, comes with leather seats, panoramic roof, premium sound system, LED headlights, 360º parking camera, blind spot warning, rear cross traffic alert, lane change assist and in the case of the automatic version, adaptive cruise control. Like the ‘3’ model, the ‘4’ will also be available with all wheel drive.
Last but not least, there will be a First Edition model to mark the launch of the new Eclipse Cross, which will start from £26,825. This special model includes features such as a premium paint finish, carbon-finish bumper corner and side extension kit with red inserts, additional silver styling details to the front and rear, special First Edition floor mats with red trim and unique First Edition badging. Just 250 examples will be made though.
The new Eclipse Cross will go on sale next month with prices starting from £21,275.