2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

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  • Overview

    A silver 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is angled left.

    Sometimes the loudest voices get the most headlines, but subtlety is an art, and the 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is quietly and capably earning its place among the top compact SUVs in its class without all the hype. If you haven’t visited a Mitsubishi dealer lately, there’s never been a better or more exciting time because Mitsubishi just changed the playing field in the highly competitive compact crossover category, and buyers are the big winners. The Eclipse Cross accomplishes all the goals of a vehicle in its class, like excellent fuel efficiency, cute styling, and affordability, but the story goes much deeper. Here, styling is more distinctive and echoes vehicles with much higher price tags. Capability abounds, with a 1,500-pound max towing capacity and available four-wheel drive topping a long list of features that make the Eclipse Cross more than just a practical choice.

     

    Who doesn’t want to drive a car that’s fun, safe, and economical? When Mitsubishi designed the Eclipse Cross, the goal was to make a crossover SUV that not only ticked all the usual boxes but did so in a fresh and innovative way. With four different trims to choose from, buyers can dial in the level of luxury and capability they want, but everyone will enjoy aggressive, sporty styling and one of the industry’s best powertrain warranties.

     

    The 2022 Eclipse Cross has something special to offer. A surprisingly spacious cabin, ample cargo space, and a responsive 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine combine to make this little crossover a big overall value. If you want to stand out on the highway, in the carpool lane, and around town, consider the bold and different Eclipse Cross.

    152

    Horsepower (hp)

    26 / 29

    Fuel Economy (city/hwy mpg)

    50.1

    Max Cargo (cu.ft.)

    Starting at

    $23,395

  • Technology

    A close up shows the heads up display screen showing 0 mph.

    Technology for the Modern Driver

    When it comes to technology, new car buyers are approaching a tipping point of expectations. No longer is connectivity a “nice to have” feature; today’s buyers expect to integrate their smartphone’s capabilities and access them in an easy and user-friendly way, wherever they are. Making connectivity optional is a surefire way to turn off tech-hungry buyers, which is why the Eclipse Cross is stocked with a full range of advanced technology features.

    Mitsubishi understands the importance of technology in a driver’s overall experience. It’s not just about entertainment, either. Having access to navigation is essential, along with tapping into safety and convenience features, like remote start and vehicle performance monitoring. People are busy, which means they value convenience. The Eclipse Cross is designed with convenience in mind, putting a whole host of features at your fingertips for easy access without the learning curve.

    The 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross delivers a full spectrum of technology, beginning with a generously sized 8-inch infotainment screen that acts as a control center. It’s here that drivers can access Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, tapping into playlists, podcasts, and other smartphone data easily and safely. An available Head-Up display digitally projects important vehicle data - like speed and navigation prompts - at the driver’s eye level, so eyes stay on the road and not on the dash.

    Mitsubishi Connect is a subscription-based, app-based system that puts services like remote locking and cabin temperature control right at your fingertips. Vehicle diagnostics are clearly displayed for quick reference, and Amazon Alexa compatibility means voice-activated commands are a breeze. The innovative myQ Connected Garage feature allows you to operate your garage door remotely, and a handy feature called what3words gives drivers access to navigation in no service areas.

  • Styling

    A white ,2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is shown parked in a suburban driveway.

    A Design for When You Want to Stand Out

    The Eclipse Cross is best experienced live and in person, but a few descriptors might help paint a vivid picture of its distinctive curb appeal. Thanks to a few substantial exterior design tweaks, the Eclipse Cross conveys a sculpted and sporty vibe that accurately reflects its performance capabilities. It also stands out from the pack, an important characteristic for buyers who want a crossover but dread settling for a cookie-cutter body style.

    Some design highlights we love include the advanced and very sleek available LED headlights fitted into a bolder, darker grille and the more slanted, angular hood. These elements combine to give the Eclipse Cross’s front end a more aggressive stance, one that is surprisingly refined and luxurious for its sub-$25,000 base sticker price. Mitsubishi makes good use of body-color trim, giving the Eclipse Cross a monotone appearance that suits its angularity.

    Previous Eclipse Cross models contained a dual window design at the rear hatchback, a rather clunky feature that didn’t add any style points. It looked like a rear window bisected horizontally by taillights, and while it was designed to look distinctive and futuristic, it didn’t quite achieve those goals. The new 2022 Eclipse Cross offers a more conventional rear-end design (window-wise), but even though the look is typical, the end result is decidedly more modern.

    There Is Plenty of Space and Seating Perks

    While the Eclipse Cross is technically a compact crossover SUV, it feels like anything but on the inside. Delivering 96.7 cubic feet of passenger volume, as well as the ample cargo area, the Eclipse Cross feels much larger. Opt for the upscale SEL trim, and you’ll get leather seating and a heated steering wheel. Choose the optional panoramic sunroof and enjoy the aesthetic of having a roof that is almost entirely made of glass.

  • Safety

    A red 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is shown from the side parked in front of a theme park.

    Buying a smaller vehicle always brings up questions regarding safety, especially in the crossover category because it’s a popular body style for families. Mitsubishi designed the 2022 Eclipse Cross with optimal safety in mind, including adding several standard driver-assist safety systems designed to provide peace of mind and an extra layer of protection against collisions and other driving hazards.

    Plenty of Excellent Standard Safety Features

    Standard driver assist features include Forward Collision Mitigation, Lane Departure Warning, and Automatic High Beam Headlights. Forward Collision Mitigation also includes pedestrian detection, and it works by scanning the area immediately in front of the vehicle and alerting the driver when it senses a collision with a person or vehicle is imminent. By detecting when a potential hazard enters the area ahead of the vehicle, drivers get more time to take corrective action.

    Lane Departure Warning senses when the vehicle is drifting out of its intended lane of travel, a common occurrence during long, boring highway travel, even among the most alert drivers. The system notifies the driver with an audible alert and provides gentle steering nudges to ease the vehicle back into its lane. Think of these systems as a less-annoying electronic version of a back seat driver, with the added benefit of always being correct.

    Every driver appreciates Automatic High Beam Headlights because they do the work of switching back-and-forth from a low to high-beam setting so you can concentrate on trickier nighttime driving. All Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross trims come standard with this feature, and the more advanced Adaptive Cruise Control system - a system that automatically adjusts speed to keep your vehicle at a safe distance from the car ahead - is available.

    The Eclipse Cross is constructed with a special RISE body. RISE - Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution - incorporates crumple zones that absorb the energy from a crash and pull it away from the vehicle’s occupants. Mitsubishi’s patented RISE body architecture is essentially a steel cage reinforced with high tensile steel bars in the doors, all designed for optimal protection against severe injury during a crash.

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