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Configure Your Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross


Trims

Starting from $23,595 the all-new Eclipse Cross enters a lucrative segment and brings with it a host of interesting features. Base versions get attractive technology like a 7.0" Touch panel display audio system, LED running lights, LED taillights, and some essential connective technology. The top-tier SEL trim is where the Eclipse Cross really shines. Justifying its $28,195 starting price are features like; leather seating, LED headlights, advanced active safety systems like Blind Spot Warning with Lane Change Assist and Rear Cross Traffic Alert. Even with this great assortment of features, there's a lack of character we hope that will be addressed in future year models.

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ES 1.5T - Automatic (CVT)
Starting at $23,595
  • 1.5L Direct-Injection Turbo Engine
  • 7.0" Touch panel display audio system
  • Rearview camera
  • Bluetooth wireless technology
  • Automatic climate control
  • LED daytime running lights
  • Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with 8-step Sport Mode

ES 1.5T S-AWC - Automatic (CVT)
Starting at $24,195
  • 1.5L Direct-Injection Turbo Engine
  • Super All-Wheel Controll (S-AWC)
  • 7.0" Touch panel display audio system
  • Rearview Camera
  • Bluetooh wireless technology
  • Automatic climate control
  • LED daytime running lights
  • Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with 8-step Sport Mode

LE 1.5T S-AWC - Automatic (CVT)
Starting at $25,195
  • 1.5L Direct-Injection Turbo Engine
  • Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC)
  • Apple CarPlay and Andriod Auto Compatibility
  • 7.0 Smartphone Link Thin-Display Audio (SDA) System with touchpad controller
  • SiriusXM Satellite Radio with 3-month trial subscription
  • 18-inch black alloy wheels
  • Dual USB ports
  • Rearview camera

SE 1.5T S-AWC - Automatic (CVT)
Starting at $26,695
  • 1.5L Direct-Injection Turbo Engine
  • Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC)
  • Apple CarPlay and Andriod Auto Compatibility
  • 7.0" Smartphone Link Thin-Display Audio (SDA) System with touchpad Traffic Alert (RCTA)
  • Blind Sport Warning (BSW) with Lane Change Assist (LCA) and Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)
  • Mitsubishi Connect Telematics System with Safeguard and Remote services and 24-month trial subscription
  • Heated front seats
  • SiriusXM Satellite Radio with 3-month trail subscription
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel

SEL 1.5T S-AWC - Automatic (CVT)
Starting at $28,195
  • 1.5L Direct-Injection Turbo Engine
  • Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC)
  • Apple CarPlay and Andriod Auto Compatibility
  • 7.0" Smartphone Link Think-Display Audio (SDA) System with touchpad controller
  • Blind Spot Warning (BSW) with Lane Change Assis (LCA) and Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)
  • Multi-view camera system
  • Mitsubishi Connect Telematics System with safeguard and Remote Services and 24-month trail subscription
  • Leather appointed seats
  • LED Headlights
Source: Mitsubishi USA
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Colors

The lack of character seen in the various trims remain consistent with the available 7 color options; Tarmac Black Metallic, Red Diamond, Pearl White, Octane Blue Metallic, Mercury Gray Metallic, Bronze Metallic, Alloy Silver Metallic. Compared to the all-new Hyundai Kona, Mitsubishi has some work to do here. These colors are available on all trims with Red Diamond and Pearl White as premium offerings. On the inside, Black Fabric seats come standard on the ES, higher trims like LE and SE get Gray Fabric or Black Fabric, and SEL gets Black Leather.
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Exterior Colors
  • Tarmac Black Metallic


  • Red Diamond (add $595)


  • Pearl White (add $295)


  • Octane Blue Metallic


  • Mercury Gray Metallic


  • Bronze Metallic


  • Alloy Silver Metallic


Interior Colors
  • Black Fabric


  • Gray Fabric


  • Black Leather

Source: Mitsubishi USA
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Accessories

Accessories offered for 2018 cover a wide range of needs to suit almost any owner. From an essential and practical end we get Mud Guards, All-Weather Floor Mats, Cargo Mats, Roof Rack Crossbars, a Cargo Net, Rear Bumper Protection and a Tow Hitch. Owners looking to improve aesthetics in subtle ways can get a Front Bumper Garnish, Front Corner Extensions, Side Extensions, Chrome Moldings, Chrome Door Handle Covers, and a Scuff Plate with LED Illumination. For everything else we'll be looking forward to how aftermarket companies respond.

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All Weather Package
Price: $195
Adds:
  • Cargo Tray
  • All weather floormats (4)

Exterior Package
Price: $965
Adds:
  • Front & rear corner extensions and side extensions

Protection & All Weather Value Package
Price: $415
Adds:
  • Hood protector
  • Front and rear mudguards
  • All weather floormats (4)
  • Cargo tray
  • Wheel locks

Carpeted Floormats and Portfolio
Price: $315
Adds:
  • Carpeted flormats and portfolio

Hood Protector
Price: $115
Adds:
  • Hood protector

Tonneau Cover
Price: $190
Adds:
  • Tonneau cover

Cargo Package
Price: $150
Adds:
  • Cargo mat
  • Cargo net

ES Popular Equipment Value Package
Price: $345
Adds:
  • Wheel locks
  • Rear bumper step protector
  • Tailgate garnish
  • Cargo mat
  • Cargo net

Garnish Package
Price: $475
Adds:
  • Front garnish
  • Rear garnish

LED Interior Enhancement Package
Price: $290
Adds:
  • LED room, map & cargo lights
  • Door switch panels - gloss black

Protection Package
Price: $245
Adds:
  • Tailgate garnish
  • Rear bumper step protector

Towing Package
Price: $495
Adds:
  • Tow hitch
  • Trailer tow wire harness

Front and Rear Mudguards
Price: $155
Adds:
  • Front and rear mudguards

Rear Park Assist Sensors
Price: $510
Adds:
  • Rear park assist sensors

Roof Rails & Crossbars
Price: $595
Adds:
  • Roof rack crossbars
  • Roof rails

Wheel Locks
Price: $65
Adds:
  • Wheel locks
Source: Mitsubishi USA
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-30-2019, 10:10 AM
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https://www.mitsubishi-motors.co.uk/cars/eclipse-cross

Mitsubishi Motors UK have adopted names for the various models of the Eclipse Cross instead of the previous model numbers of 2, 3 and 4.
Hope you find the above link interesting.
Names are Verve, for the base model, Design, for the next up, Dynamic, for the mid range and Exceed, for the Top Models.

Owned S type Jaguar for 10 years and now on my second Mitsubishi, having recently replace my ASX ZC-M-DI--D with a Eclipse Cross 3 4x2. Atlantic Grey.

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