Hop in the 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross for a sporty, turbocharged ride and unrivaled small-crossover luxury.
Why choose the 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross?
Mitsubishi gives you two big reasons to choose this small crossover SUV: its peppy, turbocharged powertrain and a fat list of standard tech and safety features. All but the base ES trim model come standard with all-wheel drive, a rarity in this segment. The Eclipse Cross's AWD enhances athleticism around corners and down winding roads.
Inside every 2019 Eclipse Cross, you'll find a comfy, adjustable driver's seat and rear seats that slide and recline. This crossover is perfect for family outings, supplying hours of on-road comfort. You'll also find an impressive list of standard infotainment equipment, including an easy-to-use 7-inch touchscreen interface. Both the USB port and Bluetooth connection offer a quick way to link your smartphone to the infotainment system.
Of course, there are plenty of other reasons to choose the 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. The cabin's clean interior design maximizes passenger space and proffers accessible dash controls. Higher trims provide a level of luxury that will remind you of an Infiniti, with upgraded leather upholstery and a head-up display.
What 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross trim models are available?
Shop the 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross lineup for the trim model that suits your style but also fits into your budget. At the dealership, you'll find the base ES, all-wheel-drive ES S-AWC, mid-grade LE S-AWC, tech-savvy SE S-AWC, and the range-topping SEL S-AWC.
The base Eclipse Cross ES is nicely equipped with modern features, including LED daytime running lights and foglights for maximum visibility. This trim also features automatic climate control and a sliding-and-reclining backseat for premium road-trip comfort. Upgrade to the ES S-AWC for all of the ES's equipment plus traction-enhancing all-wheel drive performance technology.
When you choose the mid-range LE S-AWC, your ride gets stylish black exterior trim and 18-inch alloy wheels. Inside, you'll also find an upgraded infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration. If you're a smartphone addict, this technology helps you stay connected without distracting you from the highway.
Next up is the SE S-AWC, a very tech-savvy version of the Eclipse Cross. This crossover saves you time with push-button start. It also increases comfort, thanks to dual-zone climate control and upgraded fabric upholstery. When winter descends, you'll be grateful for the standard heated front seats.
At the high end of the spectrum, you'll find the SEL S-AWC. As one might expect, this top-of-the-line trim is upholstered in leather and decked out in on-road tech, like a head-up display and a surround-view parking camera system. It also enhances your daily drive with upgraded LED headlights and a power-adjustable driver's seat.
Does the 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross offer all-wheel drive?
Yes! In fact, all-wheel drive is standard equipment on all but the entry-level trim model. Not only does this performance gear lend itself to a sportier ride, it also enhances safety as you move over icy or wet roads. Mitsubishi's all-wheel-drive technology is designed to improve traction, automatically detecting slippage and sending power to the rear wheels accordingly.
Is the 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross safe?
This small crossover puts your safety first. In front and side crash tests, the Eclipse Cross earned the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's top score of "Good." (https://www.iihs.org/iihs/ratings/vehicle/v/mitsubishi/eclipse-cross-4-door-suv) You'll also find the full gamut of safety features. Each of these small crossovers features a rearview camera to display any obstacles - grocery carts, bicycles, stray cats - looming in your path.
Higher trim models are equipped with high-tech safety aids. The SE S-ACW and up also come with a handy blind-spot monitoring system, which alerts you to any vehicles lurking out of sight and helps you switch lanes with increased vigilance. On the top-trim SEL S-AWC, you'll find forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking. This system can detect an oncoming crash and actively hit the brakes to help keep you safe.