New 2023 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross ( Overview ). HIGHS
– Quiet interior when cruising, spacious cargo hold, generous warranty.
– Poky powertrain, so-so fuel efficiency, spartan base trim.
– The Eclipse Cross looks modern and distinctive, but other compact SUVs offer a more refined package.
Long list of standard features
Nimble city driving performance
Easy-to-use infotainment system
Subpar handling abilities
Disappointing fuel economy
All-wheel drive is standard on all trim levels
SE Special Edition and SEL Special Edition trims have been discontinued
Part of the first Eclipse Cross generation introduced for 2018
The Eclipse Cross is the middle child in Mitsubishi’s SUV lineup, it’s larger than the Outlander Sport and smaller than the three-row Outlander. It’s also a middle child in other ways. Its tweener size and somewhat high starting price puts the Eclipse Cross in between the extra-small and small SUV segments, allowing it to compete against both smaller SUVs like the Volkswagen Taos and Kia Seltos and larger ones like the Honda CR-V and Mazda CX-5.