The Eclipse Cross SUV by Mitsubishi has been brushed up again, will arrive in a whole new avatar, will soon be nearing the showrooms. The subtle changes aren’t visible only on the outer body, but the infotainment features and functions are too tapped with new changes.
The rear posture of the car’s body has received major changes and what came out was more conventional which has elbowed out the old school rear window layout. The skews and tweaks have taken place in the front side grilles, bumper, headlights and an all-in-all modern look has been descended to the car.
While inside the car, you will surely gaze on its latest grey upholstery which comes with some of its trims.
The infotainment system is stretched out at somewhat 8.0 inches is now brought closer to the vicinity of the driver operating it.
A welcoming thing for music lovers is that you now have a chance to tune in, through knobs, the favorite songs of yours. The 2022 Eclipse Cross won’t be patted with major mechanical changes but will yell with a 1.5-liter engine boasting 152 of rocketing horsepower coupled with 184 of torquing ability.
Front-wheel drive is set to standard with an optional all-wheel-drive functioning. Ahead in the calendar, nearly in the first quarter of 2021 will be the time for Eclipse to reach out to the U.S dealerships. A slighter digress in the pricing can be felt by its anticipators and a somewhat of $24,190 would be the price for a front wheel drive variant.