What the Mitsubishi Eclipse and Eclipse Cross Have in Common


Total. Solar. Eclipse. The last one that was viewable in the United States exclusively took place in 1776, the year the Declaration of Independence was signed. The last total eclipse viewable in the United States, generally speaking, was in 1918, a year after the original Mitsubishi Model A was released.


The Original Mitsubishi Eclipse v. The Eclipse Cross

The first Mitsubishi Eclipse was a highly acclaimed sports coupe that evoked the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse, which of course just recently occurred. But the new Eclipse Cross has a lot going for it in it's way. The new crossover segment is perhaps the most popular new car segment in today's car-buying-market. The Eclipse is set to compete with the likes of the Toyota HR-V and Honda C-HR. But the Eclipse Cross is in a league all it's own.

Eclipse Cross Features and Design

The upcoming Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross features a dynamic design and coupe-like lines that evoke the the original Eclipse coupe. However, the new Eclipse Cross has tons of cargo space thanks to its cleverly engineered design, and also boasts the easy-entry that only a four door vehicle can offer. Inside the Eclipse Cross, you'll find tons of modern technology such as a head-up display, thin type high-res touchscreen and smartphone integration. The Eclipse Cross will also feature an available expansive power panoramic sunroof, front and rear heated seats, and a turbocharged engine.

For more information about the Eclipse Cross, stay alert to the latest Mitsubishi news. For more details about all other new Mitsubishi models, come down to Coastal Mitsubishi today and talk to a member of our highly-trained sales experts.

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