Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 2018
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-Striking looks -Good boot space -Decent interior and standard features -Sport mode for sporty feeling
-Camera/screen not standard -CVT transmission takes away some of the driving bliss
3 Years - 60,000 Km
Not too big, not too small. Super practical and looks as handsome as Brad Pitt in his early days. That's the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross.
AD CLARITY 1/3 (Posted in February)
Does the actual car look exactly like the one in the ad?
No, but the only difference on the ouside is the size of its alloys. 16" on your entry level Eclipse Cross, 18" on the rest.
Is the price communicated fully and clearly?
No. VAT + Registration are not included in the ad.
Is there a catch or hidden info?
PRICES & OPTIONS (all included)
GLX Front Wheel Drive ($26,500) - Your entry level Eclipse Cross, want a good looking ride for a very affordable price? Here it is:
- 6-Speed auto with Sport mode
- HSA: Hill start assist
- ASC: Active stability control
- Front SRS airbags
- Automatic A/C
- 2 DIN AM/FM radio CD player + USB port
- Power adjustable door mirrors, with turn lamps
- Keyless entry system
- Day time running lamp + Front fog lamps
- Steering wheel controls
- 16- inch light alloy wheels
- Chrome belt-line moldings
- Front grille with chrome molding
- Black Roof rails
- Tonneau Cover (Hard Type)
- Shark fin antenna
- Sliding and reclining rear seats
- DC12V Socket
GLS Type 1 - All Wheel Drive ($30,900) - An extra $5,400 that is definitely worth it once you look at the features added:
- Paddle Shifters
- Head up display (HUD) Full color!
- Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC): Improves stability and steering on different surfaces
- 3 drive modes (4WD AUT / SNOW / GRAVEL)
- EPB:electric parking brake with hold mode
- Halogen headlights with auto leveling
- Dual Zone auto A/C
- Power folding mirrors
- Start/stop engine
- Cruise control
- 3S-leather steering wheel
- Gloss black center panel
- 18- inch light alloy wheels ( 2 TONES )
GLS Type 2 - All Wheel Drive ($32,900) - $2,000 on top for better looking lighting and Mitsubishi's infotainment system, still worth it:
- Touchscreen with control pad + rear camera
- LED headlights with auto leveling
- Light sensors
- Headlight washer
GLS Type 3 - All Wheel Drive ($35,900) - Top of the line for $3,000 more, behold some advanced safety features:
- Leather seats with front heater (electrical driver side)
- Rear privacy glass with ultra violet ray-absorber
- Power panoramic sun roof (front slide glass and rear fix glass)
- Blind spot warning (BSW)
- Front collision mitigation system (FCM)
WHICH ONE TO GO FOR
It's usually an easy pick for us with other vehicles, but this one leaves us baffled. We know we would go for the GLS Type 1 and then wish we paid an extra $2,000 for the Type 2 model and got the screen and camera. While the Type 3 offers many advanced features that are usually not available for this price, we wouldn't stretch our budget that high, but that is our opinion and we can see that the Type 3 is already sold out.
Different grades will appeal to different people. The entry level GLX is for people who fell in love with the car but are aiming for the lowest budget. The GLS Type 1 is a great fit for most people we believe, and the Type 2 is for those who crave a camera and a screen. Type 3 is for people who wouldn't mind the extra budget if it means they're getting all these advanced features, not to mention leather seat lovers.
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