Do you have what it takes to drive the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross? Of course you do—along with many Oakland, Hayward, and San Francisco, California, car buyers. Now, you’ll want to know if this versatile SUV has what it takes for your travels all over the Bay Area.
Hayward Mitsubishi created a handful of reviews specifically covering what the Eclipse Cross offers. Read them by clicking the links on this page and see if it has what it takes to get you into the driver’s seat.
Four trim levels comprise the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross lineup, including ES, LE, SE, and SEL. These trims give you diverse or exclusive features. Let’s showcase the highlights of each one.
First up, we have the ES trim. You can expect to enter the car using the remote keyless entry. When you walk around to the back, it’s distinguished by a sharp rear spoiler. Lane Departure Warning and Forward Collision Mitigation help keep watch when you’re driving, and the 7-inch Display Audio system shows your directions.
Next, we encounter the LE trim, which contains rain-sensing wipers and Automatic High Beam headlights. These gadgets provide extra visibility during a shower or dark night. Plus, you’ll hear a range of music and news programs with your 3-month trial of SiriusXM®.
In the middle, we have the SE trim. This trim includes a FAST-Key entry system, which quickly and efficiently unlocks your doors, and Blind Spot Warning with Lane Change Assist and Rear Cross Traffic Alert. As you sit in your 8-way power driver seat, you’ll be able to access the 8-inch Navigation system.
Finally, we approach the final trim in the series, the SEL trim. It adds paddle shifters to easily switch gears. Both you and your front passenger gain 8-way power seats, and they’re upholstered in luxurious leather. Don’t forget that everything else that comes in the other trims is included with this trim.
The Eclipse Cross adjustable front seats can come with heat and upgraded synthetic suede furnishings. An available dual-zone automatic climate control system circulates the air within your cabin, and you’ll be able to enjoy the upgraded power panoramic roof.
On board, you’ll see what’s coming through the optional multi-view camera system and decide which route to take by viewing your maps on the available 8-inch Smartphone-link Display Audio system. This works with the addition of Apple CarPlay® or Android Auto™. It also shows your controls and music selections to play on the upgraded 8-speaker Mitsubishi Power Sound System.
You’ll get plenty of space in your Eclipse Cross as seen below:
For storage, place down the rear seats and welcome up to 50.1 cubic feet of maximum cargo volume.
One satisfying engine surfaces in the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross—the 1.5L MIVEC 4-cylinder engine. An 8-speed Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with Sport mode accompanies the car, and it includes a maximum towing capacity of 1,500 pounds when properly equipped. You’ll be able to achieve an EPA-estimated 26 city/29 highway MPG in this car too.
We’ve given you a taste of what the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross provides Oakland, Hayward, and San Francisco, CA, drivers. Now, see it in person at Hayward Mitsubishi or read more about it through any of the links on this page. Schedule your test drive today!