Saturday December 14, 2019

Mitsubishi’s latest crossover won’t eclipse the Outlander

The Eclipse Cross back is a good package, but a lack of engine options is holding it back

3rd December, 2017
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Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Instyle: bringing a more design-led image to this conservative brand

It has been an interesting year for Mitsubishi Motors. The Japanese brand celebrated its centenary, while a merger with Nissan means it’s now part of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. Now it has launched a new SUV, the Eclipse Cross, and expectations for it are high.

Mitsubishi has already enjoyed considerable success with its Outlander SUV, and the Eclipse Cross slots into the range beneath it. But while the two cars share the same platform,...

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