2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Review

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Mitsubishi has taken the most courageous step in the market for compact crossings, which continues to grow with Eclipse Cross; For the first time in several years, efforts have not been in vain. Well-integrated interior and ergonomically friendly, Cross’s attractive exterior design has an interesting mix of soft-touch plastic and leather. Small turbocharged engines are self-reliant even if they are not aggressive, and light steering makes parking negotiations less than task. The road trip reveals some of the shortcomings of Eclipse Cross: the seats are less supportive for long trips, the second row storage is rare, and other vehicles in this class are more isolated than pavement irregularities. In addition to these minor errors, Mitsubishi has a product worth buying once again.
2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Review
2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Review
A pleasant surprise considering the inexpensive price point of the Eclipse Cross. We were impressed by the lack of cheap materials – nothing felt too cheap or out of place. The SE of our SE test car is fitted with a soft armchair and the armrest in the center console and all the moving parts give a solid feel. The steering wheel is covered with cheap leather and piano black plastic coating that gives a luxurious appearance began to show scratches. The chairs are wrapped in a stylish and durable fabric and the cushion is more than adequate, but the lack of a waist setting hopes that our backs will get more support in a few hours.
2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Review
2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Review

All Eclipse Cross models come standard with a 7.0 inch touch screen infotainment system, but only LE, SE and SEL ornaments come in a standalone, slim-screen version that can also be controlled by a redundant touch pad in the center console. Unlike a touch screen, this pad allows you to apply commands such as changing tracks or adjusting the volume without looking at the road. The menu on the entertainment system screen is logical and clear, but navigation is not in the list of options. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto – both are optional – fix it to some degree.
2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Review
2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Review

Eclipse Cross has ample cargo space for a small family, but small warehouses are less than three. We have six tote suitcases behind the back seat and a total of 17 folded chairs. People with shorter torque can easily retract the rear seat, even if they have difficulty reaching the release lever from the cargo area. A big plus for flowering families: The stroller fits easily into the cargo area with all of the above seats.
2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Review
2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Review

Don’t make a mistake, the 152 hp 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross with 1.5-liter 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine won’t burn anyone’s heart. However, this motivates the transition with a soft determination and reaches a speed of 60 mph in 8.6 seconds in our test run. The motor, which is paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), generates power smoothly. However, at highway speeds, the maneuvers must be planned in advance: Cross’s small engine uses steam at high speed. Aggressive gas applications cause less engine noise than expected and driving on the highway is not quiet and special – as we want a transition in this class. The crossover transmission, like the less complex CVT, goes through a series of gear ratios, such as conventional automatic, rather than roaming over and under the rpm range rather than roaming aimlessly.

The Eclipse Cross suspension is clearly set for convenience and rotates quickly, resulting in a moderate body roll. Softness in driving quality; the chassis remains structured as it is bombarded to damaged pavements and railway crossings. However, the small cracks in the road transmit vibrations from the steering wheel and seat, while a rival passage like Hyundai Tucson and Kia Sportage is more smoothly. Accurate and lightweight steering – ideal for maneuvering in parking spaces, but also for preventing antiques on the road.

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