Why the new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is a dream to driveby Noted
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The new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is your stylish city companion
Why choose the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross?
Smooth as silk
You never know where you’ll end up when exploring the shops, cafes and outdoor spaces of your city. CVT transmission offers a smoother ride with better fuel economy, and the Hill Start Assist makes starting on a steep uphill slope seamless by keeping the braking force in place for those crucial couple of seconds.
As the anchor of style, black really does go with everything – and this black interior is edged with silver for an exceptionally elegant finish. Sleek, sporty lines and chrome detailing take you from park to cafe to high street with effortless ease. The perfect combination of SUV and sports car, the Eclipse Cross features plenty of boot space, but is still compact enough to nab those precious parking spaces.
A relaxing ride
Want to arrive at your destination cool, calm and collected? This car has you covered. Negotiating narrow car parks and busy streets is a breeze thanks to the Rearview Camera, and the Lane Departure Warning alerts you if it detects the vehicle leaving its lane unintentionally. That leaves more time for you to concentrate on enjoying cruising with the sunroof open (VRX model).
Features of the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 2018
Standard across the range
- 1.5L MIVEC Turbo Petrol engine with CVT transmission
- Smartphone Link Display Audio
- Forward Collision Mitigation
- Lane departure warning
- Rear view camera
- Auto High beam
- Auto rain sensing wipers & Light sensor headlamps
- KOS & One touch start
- 18” Alloy Wheels
- Touch Pad Commander
- Adaptive Cruise control
- Multi Around View Monitor
- Heads up Display
- Blind Spot Warning with Lane Change assist
- Leather seats with front seat heaters and power driver’s seat
All new Eclipse Cross from $34,990 + ORC
Book your test drive at www.mmnz.co.nz
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