Mitsubishi sales in Australia through 2017 have continued to improve and now, heading into 2018, the new Eclipse Cross SUV is sure to get things moving further north.
Known as an SUV Coupe, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross joins the ASX and Outlander in the brand’s SUV line-up from the 22nd of December.
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Described by the Japan auto manufacturer as combining the spaciousness and versatility of a mid-size SUV, Eclipse Cross will be powered exclusively by a 110kW/250Nm turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
A CVT auto will come as standard, along with 18” alloy wheels, seven airbags, digital radio, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto and safety assist systems such as Forward Collision Mitigation.
There will be three variants offered…
LS (2WD) – from $30,500
Exceed (2WD) – from $36,000
Exceed (AWD) – from $38,500
Mitsubishi Motors CEO John Signoriello tells us the new Eclipse Cross will be a welcome addition to the line-up.
“Mitsubishi has a long history in developing innovative and exciting new models and the Eclipse Cross will build on our reputation as a leader in the SUV segment,”
“We are excited to be able to announce the details of the forthcoming Eclipse Cross and we are looking forward to a strong 2018, as our expanded SUV range hits the road.”
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