It’s Black Edition Week For Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, ASX, Outlander, L200

Mitsubishi has launched a new limited edition of the Eclipse Cross, ASX, Outlander and L200 in the United Kingdom, called the Black Edition.

All four are already available to order at dealers across the country, and come in either white, grey or black and equipped with several extra gizmos.

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Black Edition

Based on the ‘4’ grade and limited to 500 units, the Eclipse Cross Black Edition has black exterior accents and 18-inch alloy wheels. It gets a standard panoramic sunroof, 360-degree camera system, head-up display, leather upholstery, Rockford Fosgate sound system and active safety equipment.

The automaker says that 250 of the 500 units in the UK will be equipped with their new Connected Car System with e-call. The feature is complemented by a mobile app, which allows users to see the mileage tracker, parameters and remotely check the fuel level and tire pressure.

Pricing for the Eclipse Cross Black Edition starts at £27,290 ($34,784/€30,388), while the Connected version, which comes with a two-year subscription to Mitsubishi Connect services, carries a £400 ($510/€445) premium. AWD is available.

Mitsubishi ASX Black Edition

The ASX Black Edition is based on the Juro trim and has black exterior accents, 18-inch alloy wheels, red stitching on the steering wheel, gear selector, handbrake lever and center console, and a panoramic roof. Only 300 units will be made, with an MSRP of £21,660 ($27,608/€24,119).

Mitsubishi Outlander Black Edition

The special Outlander is based on the ‘4’ petrol variant and is enhanced with black exterior accents and 18-inch wheels. Black roof lining and sporty ‘C-Tec’ upholstery round up the list of updates inside.

Mitsubishi is asking at least £31,560 ($40,227/€35,143) and will make just 150 examples.

Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian Black Edition

Priced from £30,195 ($38,487//€33,623) and limited to 500 units, the L200 Barbarian Black Edition comes with the obvious black detailing, joined by 17-inch wheels and a choice of either a GST hardtop with sliding side windows, Mitsubishi’s Fullbox or roll top with sports bars.

Inside, the pickup truck gets special illuminated door entry guards, leather seating, mood lighting and different floor mats.

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  • Bash

    Lame.

    • Dennis Scipio

      Lots of brands do it all the time, it’s nothing new.

  • StrangerGP

    No Mirage/Space Star Black Edition tho.

  • Trackhacker

    So unpainted edition.

  • Paul

    This is asking for trouble with all the political correctness going on. it’s pretty lame too and this trend needs to be axed.

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