Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Pricing and Specs
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross arrived in Australia in late 2017, the small, five-seat SUV offered in a choice of front- or all-wheel drive models, powered by a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine matched with a CVT auto. Dropping into one of the hottest segments in the local new car market, it lines up against the likes of the Mazda CX-3, Nissan Qashqai, Honda HR-V, Subaru XV, Suzuki Vitara, and Toyota C-HR. Upgrades in late 2019 included new safety tech (Active Yaw Control), the mid-range LS variant becoming available with AWD, and new trims in top-spec Exceed models.
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Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross FAQs
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Go and buy a torque wrench and do the job properly, they’re not expensive, and you’ll know that it’s safe once you’ve done it.
Subaru Outback: Does it have a good warranty?
If the shorter warranty of the Subaru is a major concern for you then certainly look at others, like the Sportage or Eclipse, but I would buy the Outback with confidence it will give you a good run beyond the warranty.