Eclipse Cross Review
Cars are getting more and more utilitarian in every single aspect in modern times, whether in respect of boot space or self-opening boot lid and everything in between. Having a large car was never considered old fashioned. People love to have as much space as possible without breaking banks or indicators while parking in our harrowingly narrow streets. One thing that made people step aside from buying large vehicles or SUVs is the tax bracket for larger engines and fuel economy. This is where Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross comes in. As from the name you probably guessed, it is a crossover. To put it simply this is a compact and efficient version of a full-size SUV.
Mitsubishi is known for its commitment to making reliable and technically sound car all around. Specially SUVs and Crossovers. Eclipse Cross encompasses all those aspects and even more. It has all the utilitarian features that you would expect from a crossover plus the stylish and elegant outlook to go with. This might be the best fit for our needs of day to day activity. Eclipse Cross is powered by the 1.5-liter turbocharged engine for greater efficiency and instantaneous torque right at the disposal of the driver. With the integration of Direct Fuel Injection and MIVEC technology, (Highly optimized engine management system innovated by Mitsubishi) this small 1.5 ltr engine ensures daily drivability and dynamic driving at the same time.
Eclipse Cross has enough space to carry all the things you would expect from a crossover. The rear seats have adequate legroom. And Boot space can be expanded by lowering the rear seats individually. Interior trims are stylish and contemporary and fitted well enough to convey an elegant touch overall, thanks to the immaculate craftsmanship. Eclipse Cross covers all the modern technical pieces and bits. Like standard ABS, Traction Control, Active Stability Control, Forward Collision Mitigation System and many more. On the matter of safety, it features SRS Airbags for driver and passengers. Mitsubishi ensures the highest level of cockpit rigidity and safety of onboard people by developing a specially engineered chassis that absorbs all kinetic energy that is generated at the time of the collision as well as maintains high cabin integrity at the same time. Mitsubishi named this technology RISE (Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution).
The Eclipse Cross is also equipped with Automatic High Beam Control, Keyless Entry, Heated Seats, Auto Headlight, Multi-Information Display, Powered Panoramic Sunroof, Rockford Fosgate Premium Audio Drivers and much more. Among those one feature stands out from the rest is the HUD (Head-Up Display) which is a very useful and effective piece of high-end tech that allows the driver to see all the important telemetry data within peripheral vision. HUD can be adjusted in respect of position and brightness according to the driver’s liking. Every single detail of the Eclipse Cross has been thoughtfully placed to ensure the most usability out of it. In an ever more competitive market of SUVs and Crossovers, Eclipse Cross made it’s existence very profoundly among others. In fact, with this extensive list of features and performance, the Eclipse Cross outrivals many of its contemporary competitors
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