Denver Review - 2020 Eclipse Cross

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Vehicle Overview

The compact-crossover vehicle segment is a growing one with more and more car manufacturers getting in the ring. Mitsubishi brought the Cross out two years ago, and for 2020, the automaker is offering a few new features. For instance, the 2020 model comes in a limited-edition Special Edition model that falls between the LE and the SE. Also, Mitsubishi made automatic emergency braking a standard feature on the SE and SEL trim levels. There are four trim levels with the Cross.

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Exterior - 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

With its streamlined appearance, the Cross fits right in with many of the other compact SUVs on the market today. The vehicle features a subtle grill and a nicely molded body, one with a comfortable height. This is one of those SUVs that's not too tall or too short. It's just right. Mitsubishi is offering the Cross with 16-inch alloy wheels. You can upgrade the SUV to include 18-inch wheels if you prefer.

Denver Review - 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross's Exterior

Interior - 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross near Denver

In designing the Cross, Mitsubishi did a good job of including a lot of standard and available equipment. The SUV comes with a three-seat rear bench sliding system. This feature gives you convenience since it lets you manipulate the interior setup to haul more things. The rear seats also recline, which adds comfort to the mix. Standard interior equipment includes automatic climate control, privacy glass and a 7-inch infotainment screen.

Denver Review - 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross's Interior

Mechanical - Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross specs near Denver

The 2020 Cross comes with a zippy engine. It's a 1.5-liter engine that generates 152 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque. The SUV's aluminum-block four-cylinder engine is paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission. You can get this SUV in front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive depending on your preference and budget. While all-wheel drive is an available upgrade, it is an affordable one since it adds just $1,600 to the price of the ES, LE, SE or SEL models. When it comes to fuel economy, you'll enjoy 26 miles per gallon in the city and 29 miles per gallon on the highway. The vehicle's combined fuel economy is 27 miles per gallon. If you're interested in a 2020 Eclipse Cross near Denver, stop by to see us.

Denver Review - 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross's Mechanical
Safety - 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross dealer

In the category of safety, the SE and SEL Cross models come with forward collision mitigation, which is an emergency braking system that applies the brakes automatically when it detects a person or a vehicle in your path. The Cross also features blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and lane-change assist. This safety equipment is standard on the SE and SEL trim levels. When the Institute for Highway Safety tested the Cross, the organization gave the vehicle a score of "Good" for its side impact test and "Good" for the Moderate Overlap Front Test. Optional safety gear includes automatic high beams, a surround-view parking camera system and an auto-dimming rearview mirror in addition to adaptive cruise control. Every Cross is equipped with plenty of airbags including two in the front, two on each side, two that are seat-mounted in the sides and a driver knee one. To get a new 2020 Eclipse Cross near Denver, check with us at Skyline Mitsubishi.

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