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F 40.9"/R 35.3"
F 39.5"/R 37.3"
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Even for a compact SUV, the 2023 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross doesn't skimp on storage space. Behind its rear row, you'll find 23.4 cu-ft of dedicated cargo space for grocery hauls, suitcases, and smaller sports equipment. When you need more room for things like furniture, golf clubs, or longer items, the 60/40-split folding rear seats easily accommodate—extending cargo space up to 50.1 cu-ft. Meanwhile, built-in cubbies in the cargo area help to secure smaller and more fragile items.
The cabin of the 2023 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is surprisingly upscale for a compact crossover that doesn't technically fall into the luxury segment. Standard automatic climate control, a height-adjustable driver's seat, and sliding/reclining rear seats offer a comfortable ride for up to five passengers. Likewise, a continuously variable transmission (CVT) delivers smooth shifting for a composed ride and reduced cabin noise. This model was also designed with an upgraded rear absorber and refined rebound spring for a smoother ride in any road condition.
With the 2023 Eclipse Cross, there's no need to pay extra for all-wheel drive. This feature comes standard across all six of this model's trims, giving drivers additional traction and control when they need it most. Specifically, Mitsubishi's innovative Super All-Wheel Control system incorporates all-wheel drive, active yaw control, and active stability control into a comprehensive AWD system that offers three selectable drive modes.
You don't have to upgrade to a mid-range or premium trim to enjoy some indulgent features on the 2023 Eclipse Cross. Even the base ES trim comes standard with such equipment as a seven-inch touchscreen display, USB charging port, and automatic climate control to deliver personalized comfort. If you're looking for more advanced features, such as heated front seats and smartphone integration, you'll enjoy those just by stepping up to the LE trim.
Every 2023 Eclipse Cross is equipped with driver-assistance features, including automatic emergency braking and lane-departure warning on the base ES trim. Upgrading to the LE trim adds automatic high-beam assist, while the SE trim tacks on a blind-spot monitoring system with rear cross-traffic alert. Topping things off is the available Touring Package for the SEL Special Edition trim, which adds high-speed automatic emergency braking and adaptive cruise control.
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