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Think of a small SUV as the fun-size version of a larger cargo and passenger utility vehicle—it packs the functions of an SUV into a more compact size and shape. If that combination sounds appealing, check out the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. The 2022 Eclipse Cross is a responsive, compact SUV ideally suited to modern life. Whether that means school runs and errands or a day of golf and brunch, this SUV's lively 1.5L engine and deceptively roomy interior make it a wise choice for urban driving. Useful cargo space and a higher driving position are put to good use here, and it's all wrapped up in an attractive exterior style refresh.
F 40.9"/R 35.3"
F 39.5"/R 37.3"
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The 2022 Eclipse Cross trims make staying in touch—and passenger entertainment—a breeze. The infotainment touchscreen is two inches closer to the driver's seat, ensuring better visibility and ease of use for your solo journeys. Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ connectivity are standard on all trims (except the base model), allowing you to listen to your favorite tunes wherever you are.
Driving in challenging conditions? No problem. For 2022, Mitsubishi packaged up its available all-wheel drive and integrated it with active stability control, antilock braking, and active yaw control. The Mitsubishi Super All-Wheel Control system is inspired by the manufacturer's rally car technology, designed to provide effortless traction when cornering and responsive handling no matter the conditions. For mountain- and snow-state drivers, this is a welcome addition.
Available for the first time in a production vehicle, What3words technology is integrated into the navigation system of the 2022 Eclipse Cross (SE and SEL trims). This global location identifier charts the planet and gives unique identity markers to each 10-foot square, and that unique address of three randomly generated words can pinpoint your exact location. It's helpful for your own route planning purposes, as well as for sharing with service providers, family members, or emergency vehicles. Identifying a destination not served by traditional road-based navigation can help journeys and meet-ups feel safer and yet more spontaneous than ever. Plus, What3words is available offline—lack of data or signal is no problem.
This available add-on option for the 2022 Eclipse Cross SEL trim brings plush cabin features that can make a big difference on family road trips. A large power panoramic sunroof floods the cabin with light, while heated rear seats keep your loved ones cozy. An upgraded eight-speaker audio system ensures everyone gets to hear their personal playlists in crystal-clear quality.
The 2022 Eclipse Cross has a fresh new look that feels thoroughly futuristic. A new fascia and daring grille lead to sleek lines and a longer, wider silhouette. The rear hatch is larger too, adding 1.8 cubic feet of cargo space and a bigger window compared to previous model years. Being distinctive is something to be proud of, and the 2022 Eclipse Cross definitely stands out from the crowd.
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The 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is available with 2WD or 4WD across all trim levels. Mitsubishi offers Super All-Wheel Control, which is a four-wheel-drive package that also includes active stability control, antilock braking, and active yaw control.
The range-topping Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross SEL trim adds features such as leather upholstery and unlocks the trim-exclusive Touring package.
Mitsubishi has not currently released official speed or acceleration data for the 2022 Eclipse Cross.
Alloy Silver Metallic
Labrador Black Pearl
Lightning Blue Metallic (SE trim and above)
Mercury Gray Metallic (SEL trim)
The 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has seating for five passengers. The standard ES model has 96.7 cubic feet of passenger volume and 23.4 feet of fixed cargo storage. Rear passengers benefit from slide-and-recline seat functionality, with additional cargo storage available (up to 50.1 cubic feet) when the second row is folded down. Cloth upholstery is standard, with available synthetic suede or real leather options, too. Legroom is comfortable for both rows, with 40.9 inches up front and 35.3 inches for second-row passengers. Driver and front passenger heated seats are standard on LE, SE, and SEL trims. Heated rear seats are available with the SEL trim's Touring package.
The 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is equipped with two sets of LATCH fixtures, one in each of the outboard second-row seats. An upper tether attachment is fitted for the second-row middle seat. The rear doors open nice and wide, so there's space for caregivers to settle infants and smaller children into their seats properly before setting off.
The 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has a single engine across all trims: a turbocharged 1.5L four-cylinder powertrain that delivers 152 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque. Paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) for all trims, you can shop for standard 2WD or the upgraded Mitsubishi Super All-Wheel Control system across any vehicle in the four-trim lineup. The 2022 base trim ES model with standard 2WD and 1.5L engine gets an EPA-estimated 27 mpg combined.
According to EPA estimates, the FWD 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross base trim model has tailpipe greenhouse gas emissions of 327 grams per mile. The base model with AWD has EPA-estimated tailpipe greenhouse gas emissions of 337 grams per mile.
The FWD 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross in all other trims has EPA-estimated tailpipe greenhouse gas emissions of 338 grams per mile. When paired with AWD, these same trims have EPA-estimated tailpipe greenhouse gas emissions of 347 grams per mile.
These estimates are based on a brand-new model. Visit fueleconomy.gov for more details.
2018-2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross (First Generation)
For its debut year through 2020, the Eclipse Cross is presented as a compact SUV, equipped with a turbocharged 1.5L engine and seating for five. It's ideal for urban errands, but with SUV capability when required. Available in four trims, it has all-wheel drive as standard for all but the base trim.
Following a yearlong break for 2021, the Eclipse Cross returns for 2022 fully refreshed. Noticeable changes include new exterior body styling, an improved entertainment system, and smoother ride handling.