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Mitsubishi ASX, Eclipse Cross, Outlander recalled again

Mitsubishi has recalled the 2018 Eclipse Cross, 2018/19 ASX and 2017/18 Outlander for the second time this week over concerns about their autonomous emergency braking systems. According to the company, the system might continue applying the brakes when they're no longer required to avoid a collision, increasing the risk of following traffic running into the car...

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, ASX, Outlander recalled

Mitsubishi Australia has recalled the 2018 Eclipse Cross, 2017/18 Outlander, and 2018/19 ASX, over concerns about the active stability control (ASC) safety systems. According to the company, 'incorrect operation' of the ASC could make active safety systems like adaptive cruise control, forward-collision mitigation, brake holding, hill-start assist and all-wheel drive disable momentarily...

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Sport Edition on sale from $30,990

Mitsubishi Australia has announced the Eclipse Cross Sport Edition, which is on sale now from $30,990 before on-road costs. Based on the recently-introduced ES model, the Sport Edition gets a black grille treatment, black door mirror covers, along with corner and side skirts featuring red pinstriping...

2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross ES arrives from $29,990

Following its introduction earlier this year, Mitsubishi has expanded the Eclipse Cross family with a new price-leading variant to give the range a more enticing entry point. Priced from $29,990 plus on road costs, the Eclipse Cross ES looks little different from higher specced LS and Exceed versions, but packs in a few key equipment changes...

CarAdvice podcast 98: Three-up in the BMW M140i for 700km!

Mike Costello and Mike Stevens join Mandy Turner this week. In car news, the Ford Focus has been revealed, along with the Audi A6 Avant. Also, pricing and details have been released for the Lexus LS and Ford Ranger Raptor. Plus, the BMW M2 Competition has been leaked, and the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 is headed Down Under...

CarAdvice podcast 88: Our CEO talks cars we own

In the studio, this week with Mandy Turner is Mike Costello and Mike Stevens. Included in car news, stricter fuel standards are set to bring cleaner cars to Aussie roads, Jeep designer says Cherokee was ready for a makeover, and the Lancer will be gone by the end of 2018...

2017 Good Design Awards, Chicago: Genesis, Kia, Mitsubishi the big winners

The winners of the 2017 Good Design Awards have been announced, with several automotive manufacturers snagging multiple titles - including Genesis, Kia and Mitsubishi. In addition to the aforementioned brands, awards were won by Bentley, Ferrari, Hyundai and Range Rover...

2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross scores five-stars ANCAP rating

The 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has scored five-stars in independent ANCAP testing, joining a long list of new cars to achieve the maximum score. Set to arrive in Mitsubishi dealerships on December 22, the new Eclipse Cross scored 97 per cent for adult occupant protection, with perfect scores in the pole and side-impact tests...

2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross pricing and specs

Local pricing and specifications for the new 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, set to land on December 22. At launch, the range will start with the front-wheel drive LS, priced from $30,500 before on-road costs. Although it's technically the entry-level model, you get plenty of standard equipment for your money...

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross diesel not on the radar for Australia

Mitsubishi Motors Australia says a diesel powertrain is unlikely to feature in the new Eclipse Cross SUV. Speaking to media in Melbourne, James Tol, head of product planning for Mitsubishi Australia, said a lack of buyer interest means the range isn't likely to include a diesel option. "It's not on our radar," Tol said...

2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross undergoing local tuning

Mitsubishi has released initial details of the work going into local preparation for its upcoming 2018 Eclipse Cross, set to debut in local showrooms by the end of the year. The company says the new SUV is undergoing suspension and steering calibration, powertrain assessment and noise vibration harshness (NVH) control to ensure it "meets the requirements of Australian customers"...

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