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Mitsubishi’s Facelifted 2021 Eclipse Cross Heads Down Under From AU$30,290



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Mitsubishi has announced the pricing and specifications of the 2021 Eclipse Cross in Australia, where it’s available in four trim levels dubbed the ES, LS, Aspire and Exceed.

Pricing starts at AU$30,290 (equal to US$22,076) for the base model, followed by the two mid-spec grades that are available from AU$32,590 (US$23,753) and AU$34,990 (US$25,502) respectively, while the range-topper has a recommended retail price of AU$38,290 (US$27,907).

A single engine option is available for the Japanese crossover Down Under, a 1.5-liter turbocharged four cylinder making 147 HP (150 PS / 110 kW) and 184 lb-ft (250 Nm) of torque. It drives the front wheels through a CVT in all trim levels, although the LS and Exceed can be ordered with AWD from AU$35,090 (US$25,575) and AU$40,790 (US$29,729), respectively.

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The 2021 Eclipse Cross ES features 18-inch alloy wheels, LED DRLs, 8-inch infotainment system with smartphone integration, Bluetooth, DAB+ radio, voice control and reversing camera, and several safety features such as forward collision mitigation, active stability control, active traction control, active yaw control and hill-start assist.

The LS adds LED front fog lamps, black roof rails, rear privacy windows, heated and power folding side mirrors, illuminated front door trim and chrome accents. Standard equipment also includes a smart key, push-button start, illuminated vanity mirror, rear armrest with cup holders, improved audio system and leather-wrapped steering wheel. It also brings lane departure warning, electric parking brake, auto-hold function, rear parking sensors, automatic high beams, rain-sensing wipers and dusk-sensing headlights.

The Aspire has heated front seats with electric adjustment for the driver, dual-zone air-con, micro-suede/synthetic leather upholstery, PVC leather door inserts, improved audio, multi-around monitor, electrochromatic rearview mirror, blind spot warning, lane change assist, rear cross traffic alert, front parking sensors and adaptive cruise control.

Customers who go for the range-topping Eclipse Cross Exceed will get full LED headlamps, double sunroof, leather seats with electric adjustment for the front passenger, heated rear seats and steering wheel, TomTom sat-nav, head-up display and black headlining.

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Updated: November 11, 2020 — 1:56 am

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