You get an eclipse when one heavenly body moves in front of another. In this case you got an Eclipse when one terrestrial body moved in front of the rest. In this case, the body in question is the new Mitsubishi Eclipse Crossover 1.5-litre turbo petrol.
For those familiar with motorsport, there’s a saying that still rings true today, “If it looks right, it probably is right.” While you probably won’t associate the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross with motor racing as such, however, that statement does apply.
Our spies at Mitsubishi tell us changes are coming. Interested?
Cars usually evolve in the greater international markets before reaching our shores. But at Group 1 we know our readers follow these changes keenly, so here are the latest titbits about big changes coming to Mitsubishi’s SUV range.
Looking at the all-new 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross brings out the inner child covering the bedroom wall with car posters. The striking design of the compact SUV brings about a new era and combines all the latest styling design with superb driving dynamics, advanced safety technology and a real purpose.
All eyes are on the Dakar Rally as major car brands across the globe prepare for the grueling and exciting event starting 6 January 2019 in Peru. The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is among those getting ready attempting to follow in the tracks of the legendary Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution. In fact, the Pajero Evolution won 12 times (seven were consecutive) which makes them the most successful manufacturer in their class.