Eclipse Cross Motability
Turn heads with our sporty, compact SUV.
Climate Control Air Conditioning
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Heads-Up Display (HUD)
More ways to stay informed
A futuristic Heads-Up Display (HUD) means you can keep your eyes on the road ahead and still get on-board notifications. Notifications include the speed, distance to the car in front and warnings if the door is left ajar.
Up to the minute alerts
In between the speedo and tach dials is a full-colour LCD Multi-Information Display. Showing your start-up information, drive mode status and safety alerts allowing you to focus on the road ahead.
Feels like a smartphone
The touchpad controller in the centre console operates like a smartphone keypad, so with a few taps or swipes, you can run the Smartphone link Display Audio System to set your audio levels, and much more, with the minimum of fuss.
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Apple CarPlay™
Connections for Apple users
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Android Auto™
Connections for Android users
By just connecting your Android™ Smartphone to the Eclipse Cross, you can activate your favourite apps through voice commands, keeping your eyes on the road ahead.
A lot of space for a coupé
There's enough room in the Eclipse Cross for five adults, with seats designed for maximum back support — and there's plenty of legroom too. The rear seats recline for extra comfort. In the upright position, you get an impressive 374 litres of boot space. Slide the rear seats back for extra legroom or slide forward and fold down for more cargo space.
Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)
Reversing with confidence
If radar sensors in the rear bumper detect an approaching vehicle once you've put the car into reverse, a warning message appears in the multi-information display, a buzzer sounds and an indicator blinks in both door mirrors.
Multi Around Monitor
See the car from every angle
Those tricky manoeuvres just got easier. Cameras mounted on the front, rear and sides of the vehicle (including a bird's eye view) will show you what's in your blind spots and help you park more easily. It will also help you detect whether a vehicle or pedestrian is crossing behind the car.