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2021 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross revealed
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15th Oct 2020
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2021 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross revealed

The 2021 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has been announced, with a new design to accompany the model's mid-life update. The chassis on the new Eclipse Cross has been revised, with Mitsubishi fine-tuning the suspension and upgrading the rear shock absorbers, which it says improves handling characteristics. But the most noticeable change is to the exterior design, with a sharper look bringing the small SUV further into line with the Japanese brand's striking design language.
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Ben Zachariah
2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross brings AWD to mid-range LS
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29th Sep 2019
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2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross brings AWD to mid-range LS

Mitsubishi has given its Eclipse Cross city SUV a mild makeover and a slight price rise on some models for 2020 – and added the option of all-wheel drive for the mid-range LS. Previously, all-wheel drive was only available on the flagship Eclipse Cross Exceed priced from $38,990 plus on-roads, although the RRP for 2020 has been bumped up by $200 to $39,190.
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CarAdvice podcast 88: Our CEO talks cars we own
Jeep Cherokee 2018, Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 2018, Holden Commodore 2018, Volkswagen Polo 2018, Mitsubishi Lancer 2018, Subaru Levorg 2018 2.0 sti sport, ŠKODA OCTAVIA 2018 rs245
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2nd Feb 2018

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. The Commodore receives a 5-star ANCAP rating, Haval Australia is planning a new SUV range by 2021 and EVs by 2022, and the 2018 Volkswagen Polo pricing and specs have been announced.
2017 Good Design Awards, Chicago: Genesis, Kia, Mitsubishi the big winners
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20th Dec 2017
1 min read

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. Production models to win crowns include the Kia Niro, Rio and Stinger, the Genesis G80 Sport (Hyundai Genesis), Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross (below), Hyundai Sonata, Range Rover Velar, and the Ferrari 812 Superfast.
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