Mitsubishi Prices New Eclipse Cross From £21,275 In The UK

The new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is going on sale in the UK this January, with three available trim levels and an entry-level price of £21,275 OTR.

All version will be powered by an all-new 1.5-liter turbocharged petrol unit, putting down 163 horses and 250 Nm (184 lb-ft) of torque. Apart from the six-speed manual transmission, buyers will be able to opt for a new automatic with Sport mode (paddle shifters) as well.

Also available are two and four-wheel drive systems, the latter using Mitsubishi’s latest Super All-wheel Control (S-AWC) tech, which offers a choice of three drive modes – Auto, Snow and Gravel.

The entry level ‘2’ version comes with a touch-pad controller, smartphone display audio (Apple CarPlay and Android Auto), rear view camera, DAB radio with six speakers, cruise control, climate control, LED DRLs, Bluetooth, 16″ alloys, privacy glass and heated door mirrors.

Eclipse Cross 3 versions (Manual – £22,575 / Automatic £23,850 / Automatic 4WD £25,350) add 18″ alloys, a heads-up display, heated front seats, front and rear parking sensors, dual-zone climate control, keyless entry and start, electrically folding door mirrors, silver side sills and an electronic handbrake for the automatic versions.

The flagship Ecliose Cross 4 models cost £24,975 (manual) and £27,900 (Automatic 4WD) respectively, and feature leather trim, electrically-adjustable driver’s seat, electric opening panoramic roof, Rockford Fosgate sound system with nine speakers, plus a suite of driver assistance systems such as LED headlights, 360-degree parking camera, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Lane Change Assist and Adaptive Cruise Control (on automatic models only).

Finally, in order to celebrate the launch of the Eclipse Cross in the UK, Mitsubishi is also selling a special £26,825 ‘First Edition’ version, with only 250 units to be produced. This will have a premium paint finish, carbon-finish bumper corner and side extension kit with red inserts, plus additional silver styling details to the front and rear.


  • rover10

    I’m not a fan of Mitsubishi’s current design language. Most of its range looks like it was developed using cast off parts from other manufactures? This vehicle is a good example of what I’m getting at though, it’s an improvement over the current range. I feel they would be better looking long and hard at some of the new Korean products, for the right approach.

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  • Marcos Drawer

    Wrong name. Could be named “Mitsubishi ASR”.

  • sidewaysspin

    Strange proportions.

  • OptixGuru

    Resurrection of the #PontiacAztek…sigh. And why call it the Eclipse Cross? Huh…

    • Dennis Scipio

      It’s a crossover version of the Eclipse hence the name “Eclipse Cross”, I’m not a fan of the name myself but let’s be honest this looks more attractive than a Pontiac Aztek any day.

  • FlameWater

    So my 2014 4WD Lancer with 2.4L 168HP will still be more powerful than a brand spanking new SUV.
    As if using the Eclipse name wasn’t bad enough, bring over the Chinese 2018 Lancer for god sake!