Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Safety
Forward Collision Mitigation System (FCM)
Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
If you drift, the car will tell you
This smart feature will create a beep and display a warning on the dash to let you know if your vehicle has drifted from its lane and you're not using your indicators.
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
Stay back from the car in front
Adaptive Cruise Control reduces muscle fatigue on long journeys, by giving you the opportunity to set the car’s maximum speed accordingly, and maintain your chosen distance from vehicle in front.
Blind Spot Warning (BSW)
No more blind spots
This feature uses radar sensors to detect whether there are vehicles in your blind spots. If you're about to change lanes and the system detects that something is there, a light will blink in the door mirror on the side nearest to the hazard and a buzzer will sound.
Automatic High Beam (AHB)
Switching the headlights for you
To make driving at night easier, the high beam automatically switches to low beam whenever vehicles ahead are detected. Once the oncoming vehicle has passed, it switches back. You'll never need to take your hands off the steering wheel to switch them manually again.
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.
RISE (Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution) Body
Designed to protect you
Protection for everyone in the car
7 SRS Airbag System
To keep you and your passengers safe in the event of a collision, the Eclipse Cross is equipped with a 7-airbag system. The front seat occupants are protected by front airbags, plus an additional knee airbag for the driver in the event of a forward collision. In a side collision, the front occupants are protected by side airbags and occupants in both rows are protected by curtain airbags extending along the sides.
Easy starts on hills
Hill Start Assist (HSA)
If you're starting on a steep slope, Hill Start Assist makes it really easy by keeping the brake on for up to two seconds, until you press the accelerator. So you never need to worry about rolling back again.
Rigid Welded Body
The Eclipse Cross offers more stable handling, thanks to an extremely rigid body structure. This is achieved by spot welding and structural adhesives on the doors and tailgate openings.
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FCM: The detection and control capabilities of Forward Collision Mitigation [FCM] are supplemental only and do not prevent collisions in every situation. Please drive safely and do not rely solely on this system while driving. FCM operates when a vehicle is in front of your vehicle. FCM is also designed to detect pedestrians, but may not detect them or be activated in some situations. Auto braking is activated for a car ahead when your vehicle is travelling at a speed of approx. 5km/h to 80km/h (approx. 5km/h to 180km/h if your vehicle is equipped with ACC) and for a pedestrian ahead at approx. 5km/h to 65km/h. Since FCM has no function to maintain braking, the brake is released approximately 2 seconds after stopping. To prevent the vehicle from rolling thereafter, the driver may have to hold the brake pedal down. In some cases, FCM may not function if the driver takes actions for accident avoidance through steering or acceleration operation. If you have any questions, please consult your local Mitsubishi Motors dealer/distributor for details.
LDW: Lane Departure Warning is not designed to lessen risks associated with not looking ahead carefully (attention drawn to something on the side, absentmindedness, etc.) or poor visibility caused by bad weather, etc. It is designed to detect the lane at a speed of approx. 65km/h or more. Keep steering your vehicle correctly and drive safely. The system may not be able to detect the lane correctly in some conditions. Please see the owner’s manual for additional information.
ACC: The detection and control capabilities of ACC are supplemental only. Please drive safely and do not rely solely on this system while driving. ACC may not be activated in some situations. This system may not correctly detect the actual situation depending on the type of vehicle in front and its conditions, the weather conditions, and the road conditions. Additionally, the system may be unable to decelerate sufficiently if the vehicle in front applies the brakes suddenly or another vehicle cuts into your path, so your vehicle approaches the front vehicle. If you have any questions, please consult your local Mitsubishi Motors dealer/distributor for details.
BSW: The detection and control capabilities of Blind Spot Warning [BSW] are supplemental only and do not warn you of vehicles in blind spots in every situation. Please do not rely solely on this system while driving. BSW may not operate normally in some cases, depending on traffic, weather, road surface conditions and the presence of obstructions. Drivers are fully responsible for their own safe driving. The radar wave graphics are used for illustrative purposes only and do not represent the actual sensor application. Please see the owner’s manual for additional information.
AHB: This system activates at a speed of approx. 40km/h or more and deactivates at lower speeds. Please see the owner’s manual for additional information
RCTA: Do not rely solely on this system, which may not detect all moving vehicles in certain conditions. Drivers are fully responsible for their own safe driving. The radar wave graphics are for illustrative purposes only and do not represent the actual sensor application. Please see the owner’s manual for additional information.
7 SRS Airbags: Airbags are part of a Supplemental Restraint System (SRS). To decrease the risk of injury from a deploying airbag, always fasten your seat belt, sit upright in the middle of the seat and do not lean against the door. Always place children 12 and under in the rear seat if possible and use appropriate child restraints. If using a belt-fixed rear-facing infant restraint in the front seat, activate the SRS airbag cut-off switch. Please see the owner’s manual and the instructions provided with your child restraint for additional information.
HSA: Hill Start Assist [HSA] is not a substitute for safe driving. Never rely solely on this function while driving on steep roads. Your vehicle may move backwards if the brake pedal is heavily loaded, or if the road is very steep or slippery. This function is not designed to keep the vehicle stopped in place on uphill slopes for more than 2 seconds. Do not rely on this function to maintain a stopped position as an alternative to depressing the brake pedal. Please see the owner’s manual for additional information.
ASC: Active Stability Control. The control capabilities of ASC are supplemental only. Please drive safely and never rely solely on these functions while driving. Be sure to use the same specified type and size of tyres on all 4 wheels. Do not install any aftermarket limited slip differential on your vehicle. Please see the owner’s manual for additional information.