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Azi in nr 25 al revistei de casa al VW Grup - AUTO BILD Romania, la paginile 24-25, este o prezentare pozitiva ?! (IMG:style_emoticons/default/smile.gif) la noul Eclipse Cross 1.5 CVT 4x4 - 28.798 euro cu TVA.
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First Drive Review - 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross - The first fruit of a turnaround plan

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2018 Eclipse Cross: The New Mitsubishi Eclipse

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First Drive: 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross - Total Eclipse. Almost.

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2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross: More competent hatchback, less SUV

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The all-new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross will slot between the Outlander Sport and the larger Outlander. The compact crossover hits dealership lots in early 2018. The Eclipse Cross features a wheelbase that is similar to that of a Honda CR-V or Ford Escape, but it is significantly shorter and features an aggressively sloped rear roofline. Here are some snippets of reviews from the automotive press on the Eclipse Cross.



"I was happy with the responsiveness of the powertrain. Combining a small four-cylinder engine (regardless of turbocharging) with a CVT can be a recipe for sluggishness, but the engine's revs happily climbed and responded to the throttle without delay. The Eclipse Cross is down on power to many of its competitors and acceleration wasn't great, but it was nevertheless refreshing to get a linear throttle response from the combo.

"Things are less positive in ride and handling. Usually, an SUV sacrifices ride for better handling or vice versa (not including the Mazda CX-5), and I would have been fine with either compromise in the Eclipse Cross. But it rode busily even on well-paved roads and exhibited body roll in the canyon roads Mitsubishi included on our drive route. The result was a weird middle ground where the Eclipse Cross didn't ride comfortably or sportily very well."

-- Brian Wong, Cars.com

"This little SUV moves, but without a sense of urgency. The continuously variable transmission (CVT) mimics a traditional automatic transmission's steps through gears, thanks to eight predetermined ratios. The driver can override simulated gear selection through steering wheel paddles. In normal use, combined with readily available torque from the turbo, most drivers will hardly notice the CVT, either through how it feels or how the engine sounds. However, the engine groans unpleasantly when climbing a hill or trying to merge with a heavy foot on the throttle.

"A positive trait — possibly inherited from Mitsubishi's discontinued, rally-inspired Lancer Evo compact sedan — is the Eclipse Cross' nimble handling. It's rather agile and responsive in corners, thanks to its quick steering and restrained body roll.

"But ride comfort is overly stiff, with the suspension transmitting every bump in the road to passengers. All except the base model come with 18-inch tires. Road and wind noise are well-managed, but the engine noise can be intrusive at times."

-- Gabe Shenhar, Consumer Reports

"A CVT with eight preset ratios in manual mode is the only transmission available. It behaved well enough, distributing the engine's 152 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque well without that rubber-bandy feeling typical of CVTs.

"However, the engine, er, eclipses the suspension tuning and steering. The soft-feeling suspension detracts from the power the turbo-four puts down. Driving at only moderate speeds around the twists and turns of the Santa Monica Mountains, significant body roll plagued the crossover. Even slightly stiffer suspension settings could make performance improvements without sacrificing ride comfort.

"While the steering wheel was a perfect size for my hands, the steering feel of the Eclipse Cross is too vague. What the driver puts in isn't what the steering puts out -- it requires more effort than you'd expect. If sporty was what Mitsubishi was after, it could have capitalized more on that fun little engine with more responsive steering."

-- Lyn Woodward, Automobile

"Setting off from downtown Santa Monica, the engine's torque is useful in urban driving environments, the CVT helping to eliminate what turbo lag that exists. Still, this is not a quick vehicle. Rather, I'd characterize it as spry, and it is zippy enough in the city to stay out of its own way. Engage the Eco driving mode, however, and you'll disagree with that statement.

"On highways, passing power is in short supply, with little extra oomph available whether you're pressing gently on the accelerator or you've mashed it to the floor. This is where greater horsepower at higher revs would come in handy."

-- Christian Wardlaw, New York Daily News

"The only powertrain offered is a 152-horsepower 1.5-liter turbo four mated to a CVT automatic transmission. That wouldn't be particularly noteworthy even for a subcompact crossover (the Outlander Sport is offered with a pair of larger engines boasting up to 166 horsepower), but we found the combination worked well enough. There's only a hint of turbo lag when the throttle is floored from a stop -- the action resulting in a decently strong jump off the line -- and it's virtually non-existent when the throttle is stabbed at speed, with the transmission's quick kickdowns aiding in providing good passing response. Still, overall acceleration is good rather than great, leaving the "sport" aspect to be covered by overall handling.

"And in that, the Eclipse Cross seems to deliver. Our preview route near Los Angeles included twisty roads with many tight turns, and it's there that the Eclipse Cross demonstrated its sporty moves. Ride was more difficult to determine -- the smooth roads affording few bumps -- but it seemed to be fairly compliant. More on that when we get to test one around our Chicago office."

-- Rick Cotta, Consumer Guide Automotive

"The engine is small for a vehicle that weighs up to 3,516 pounds, but it was more than capable in an afternoon drive up and down twisting mountain roads inland from Malibu.

"The drivetrain labored a bit on the highway, shifting automatically in spite of paddles that claim to let drivers control the CVT for maximum acceleration.

"The Eclipse Cross was surprisingly quiet at highway speed and on rough mountain roads. The steering is precise and nicely weighted, and the suspension kept the car stable and level.

"From behind the wheel, it felt more like driving a competent compact hatchback than a 67.3-in. tall SUV."

-- Mark Phelan, Detroit Free Press


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Review: Mitsubishi fights back with cool Eclipse Cross SUV

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Uite si cateva poze cu masina din reprezentanta.
Masina este cea cu navigatie nativa nu cu sistemul android auto. Este putin mai scumpa asta dar din ce am discutat nu prea ar merita in detrimentul lui android auto.
Per total masina pare bine construita, vizibilitatea in spate nu prea exista (o camera in spate este obligatorie), portbagajul cam micut. Per total emana siguranta.

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2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross First Drive: What’s In A Name?

https://www.motor1.com/reviews/225479/2018-...ss-first-drive/

Driving Mitsubishi's 2018 Eclipse Cross: Smaller But Impressive

https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnmccormick/...e/#7d4e4f5365bb

2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

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Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross - 26.860 eur PRETUL NU CONTINE TVA !!!

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Mitsubishi debuts Eclipse Cross concepts with improved looks

https://www.leftlanenews.com/mitsubishi-deb...ooks-99542.html

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Surprisingly subdued, they would make fine additions to Mitsubishi showrooms.

Despite having just launched, Mitsubishi is already showing off some new concepts of its Eclipse Cross. Two official versions have debuted at the Tokyo Auto Salon, Japan's showcase of aftermarket automotive trends.

The first snazzier of the two is the Eclipse Cross Premium Sports Concept. Often at SEMA-esque events, even factory "customs" can be quite outlandish. Mitsubishi, however, took the stock Eclipse Cross and updated it with a subtle changes in the front bumper and rocker panel garnish. By unifying these elements with the body color, the design looks much more cohesive and is actually quite handsome.

The grille is also darkened rather than a strong contrast chrome. Though mechanically nothing has changed, larger 20-inch Rays wheels in Yokohama 245/40-ZR20 tires fill out the wheel wells nicely. The stock version has always looked rather top heavy with overly wide wheel gaps.

The second version is called the Field Athlete Concept, and is adopts a (very) slightly more rugged stance with 18-inch off road wheels wrapped in Yokohama's capable Geolandar All-Terrain tires. It's finished in a bronze metallic color that is not available on the stock Eclipse Cross. The door garnish has darkened chrome as well, providing less of a glaring contrast with the body color.

Both go a long way to improving the looks of Mitsubishi's newest crossover. Perhaps the Premium Sports Concept should be the one available in showrooms right from the beginning.

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Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross – 5-star ASEAN NCAP rating

https://paultan.org/2018/01/19/mitsubishi-e...an-ncap-rating/


Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 1.5T launched in Singapore

https://paultan.org/2018/01/15/mitsubishi-e...singapore-1-5t/

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Can Mitsubishi Win Back Its Mojo With The New Eclipse Cross?

https://www.carscoops.com/2018/01/mitsubish...ompact-segment/

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Controversially named after a sports car produced until 2012, the new Eclipse Cross is Mitsubishi’s new contender in the highly-popular compact crossover segment.

Previewed by the 2015 XR-PHEV study, it’s the brand’s first product launched under Nissan ownership, although the latter had nothing to do with its development.

It slots above the ASX, known as the Outlander Sport in North America, and the Outlander, and it challenges the likes of vehicles such as the Nissan Qashqai/Rogue Sport, with a rather funky styling dominated by the X-shaped front end and split rear window.

Surprisingly, joining the taillights with a light strip that spans across the width of the rear windscreen glass, doesn’t affect visibility that much, as PitStop found in their review. They also note that the interior is quite nice, with quality materials, comfortable front seats, and plenty of room on the adjustable rear seats.

The floating-style infotainment system that can be controlled via a touchpad located near the gear selector, may take a couple of minutes to get used to, but once users figure it out, it turns out to be quite intuitive and easy to navigate through.

Powering the test car is a 1.5-liter turbocharged gasoline engine rated at 163hp, which is mated to a six-speed manual transmission, but buyers have the option of a CVT as well, along with a 2.2-liter turbocharged diesel unit and all-wheel drive in Europe.

The petrol-burner would be enough for most consumers, as it’s quiet at normal revs, but it can become a bit noisy on the highway.

In the U.S., the new Eclipse Cross will go on sale this March with a starting price of $23,295.

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Drive-test Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

1.5 Benzina Turbo (MIVEC) 163CP 4x4 Aut1 Intense+


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Super-icy way to introduce Mitsubishi's new super-AWD Eclipse Cross

https://www.stuff.co.nz/motoring/road-tests...D-Eclipse-Cross

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2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross arrives in the U.S., pricing starts at $24,290 . The compact crossover goes on sale next month

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The first shipment of the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has arrived in the United States. Mitsubishi's new all-wheel drive compact crossover will go on sale in showrooms in early March with a starting price of $24,290, including a destination charge of $995.

The Eclipse Cross debuted last year at the Geneva Motor Show with design cues borrowed from the XR-PHEV II Concept from 2015. The exterior design, which Mitsubishi says is inspired by a runner in the "Get set" position, includes a forward-raked rear window, wedge profile and deep side crease. Its starting price slots it just below competitors like the Honda CR-V and Hyundai Tucson, and it will come in four trim levels.

Those include the base ES, which is the only trim available with front-wheel drive. Adding all-wheel drive, or S-AWC in Mitsubishi speak, adds only $600 to the base price. The LE S-AWC trim starts at $25,890 and the range-topping SE S-AWC starts at $27,390, though neither are eligible for options, so those are pretty much the prices customers will be dealing with.

All trim levels are powered by a direct-injection turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-four that makes 152 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque. The S-AWC acronym would stand for Super All-Wheel Control, Mitsubishi's system that manages torque supplied to each wheel for added straight-line stability and cornering performance. It offers three selectable driving modes — auto, snow and gravel — to enhance performance. Safety technology includes blind-spot warning and lane-change assist, forward collision mitigation and lane-departure warning, plus a system that automatically adjusts headlight brightness to the conditions.

Interior features include an available 7-inch infotainment display with a touchpad controller, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, plus voice recognition via Google Assistant or Siri. There's also a full-color LCD head-up display available. A dual-pane sunroof and heated rear seats are some of the other niceties.

The Eclipse Cross joins the brand's stable of crossovers, the Outlander and slightly smaller Outlander Sport, which helped Mitsubishi to a banner year in 2017, selling more than 100,000 vehicles for the first time in a decade. It also joins the Outlander PHEV, also new for 2018.


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All-New 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Arrives in the United States

https://www.theautochannel.com/news/2018/02...ted-states.html

CYPRESS, Calif. Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA) has received the first shipment of 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross CUVs at Port Hueneme on the West Coast of the United States. The units in the first shipment will be delivered to Mitsubishi Motors dealerships nationwide. The Eclipse Cross goes on sale in early March with a starting manufacturer suggested retail price (MSRP) of $23,295.

The new Eclipse Cross puts the compact CUV segment on notice with a vibrant and defiant design that also boasts an available panoramic sunroof, a direct-injection turbo engine and Mitsubishi’s available proprietary Super All-Wheel Control system. With a low starting MSRP, the Eclipse Cross brings advanced technology to a whole new class of consumers. The Eclipse Cross contains many available all-new features including a 1.5-liter direct -injection turbo-engine, dual-pane, power-sliding panoramic roof, 7-inch smartphone link thin display audio with touchpad controller, Head-Up Display (HUD), heated rear seats and the global launch of MITSUBISHI CONNECT.

“2018 represents an exciting next chapter for Mitsubishi Motors, and the all-new Eclipse Cross is a large part of that story,” said Don Swearingen, executive vice president and chief operating officer, MMNA. “The Eclipse Cross builds on the strong Mitsubishi heritage of automotive performance, technology and fun-to-drive dynamics revived in a CUV. We’re excited to add the Eclipse Cross to our established CUV lineup and know it will continue to fuel the brands current sales momentum.”

This initial delivery represents Mitsubishi’s second all-new vehicle to arrive to the United States for the 2018 model-year. The 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV arrived in dealerships in December and is currently on sale across the country.
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2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross vs. small crossover SUVs: How they compare on paper
Eclipse Cross vs Toyota C-HR vs Subaru Crosstrek vs Nissan Rogue Sport




https://www.autoblog.com/2018/02/23/2018-mi...hr-rogue-sport/




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First Batch Of 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross SUVs Arrives In The USA

https://www.carscoops.com/2018/02/first-bat...vs-arrives-usa/

The first batch of US-spec Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross SUVs has arrived in the United States ahead of the model’s early March dealership debut.

The new Eclipse Cross will start from $23,925 MSRP in the base ES version. Power is provided by a turbocharged 1.5-liter petrol engine with direct injection producing 152hp and 184lb-ft (250Nm) of torque.

Mitsubishi will offer their Super All-Wheel Control system, which is integrated with other systems like the active stability control, ABS, and Active Yaw Control for a more precise torque split between the axles, as an option.

Meanwhile, customers will also be offered a power-sliding panoramic roof, heated rear seats, a seven-inch infotainment, a head-up display and, for the first time ever, Mitsubishi’s Connect services.

“2018 represents an exciting next chapter for Mitsubishi Motors, and the all-new Eclipse Cross is a large part of that story,” said Don Swearingen, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Mitsubishi North America. “The Eclipse Cross builds on the strong Mitsubishi heritage of automotive performance, technology and fun-to-drive dynamics revived in a CUV. We’re excited to add the Eclipse Cross to our established CUV lineup and know it will continue to fuel the brands current sales momentum.”

Mitsubishi’s Rogue Sport rival will slot right beneath the 2018 Outlander, which was also introduced recently at the company’s U.S. dealerships.

All models of the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross will be offered with a 10 years/100,000 miles warranty for the powertrain, 5-year/60,000-mile new vehicle limited warranty, 7 years/100,000 miles anti-corrosion/perforation warranty and, finally, a 5-year/unlimited mileage roadside assistance program.


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Reinvigorated Mitsubishi goes big in new Eclipse Cross campaign

http://www.autonews.com/article/20180320/R...-cross-campaign


Solar eclipse started Mitsubishi's Eclipse buzz

http://www.autonews.com/article/20180319/R...is-eclipse-buzz
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2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Quick Spin Review | Deserving of a clean slate
Forget the name. Forget its brand's other products. Give it a chance.



https://www.autoblog.com/2018/04/18/2018-mi...e-cross-review/


Test Auto ZF: Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Intense Plus 1.5TC CVT 4WD, Revoluţia japoneză


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2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross First Test: Meh . We don’t think “fun to drive” means what Mitsubishi thinks it means

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