2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross ratings and reviews

There's a lot that sets the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross apart from other vehicles in the compact crossover SUV category. The Eclipse Cross has a sloping rear, which makes it more closely resemble a coupe than more upright SUVs. Although it's petite and smaller on the inside than other models, it has enough features to make up for its cramped conditions. There's a head-up display that lets drivers see important details, such as speed and safety features, without taking their eyes off of the road. A touchpad control makes it easy to connect with a smartphone and switch between apps while on the go. The four trim levels all have the same engine, a 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder with 152 horsepower and a continuously variable transmission. The base model, the ES 1.5T, has front-wheel-drive while other models all have Super All-Wheel Control all-wheel-drive.

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There's a lot that sets the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross apart from other vehicles in the compact crossover SUV category. The Eclipse Cross has a sloping rear, which makes it more closely resemble a coupe than more upright SUVs. Although it's petite and smaller on the inside than other models, it has enough features to make up for its cramped conditions. There's a head-up display that lets drivers see important details, such as speed and safety features, without taking their eyes off of the road. A touchpad control makes it easy to connect with a smartphone and switch between apps while on the go. The four trim levels all have the same engine, a 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder with 152 horsepower and a continuously variable transmission. The base model, the ES 1.5T, has front-wheel-drive while other models all have Super All-Wheel Control all-wheel-drive.
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