The future is bright for the 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. The sun may have set on the sports car that gave it its name, but the 2022 model year has reinvigorated the whole Mitsubishi lineup for the better. This compact sporty crossover is ready to take on a lot regardless of the trim level. Shoppers can pick from four trims to find the Eclipse Cross that is right for them.
With S-AWC available on every trim, every 2022 Eclipse Cross driver gets extra traction for snowy, muddy, rainy, or otherwise difficult terrain. A turbocharged engine sits under the hood of each trim, and most other mechanical specifications remain consistent between trims, so why have different trims? Because the features inside change dramatically by trim. The chart below uses a pair of key features from each trim to illustrate the differences between each.
Key Feature 1
Key Feature 2
|ES S-AWC||Forward Collision Mitigation||Drive Mode Selector|
|SE S-AWC||Rear Cross-Traffic Alert and Blind Spot Warning||Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control|
|SEL S-AWC||Faux-Suede Appointed Seats||Adaptive Cruise Control|
|GT S-AWC||510W Mitsubishi Power Sound system with 8 Speakers||Power Panoramic Sunroof with Dual Sunshades|
Another high point for the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is the price. The starting MSRP for the base trim of the 2022 Eclipse Cross is below $30,000 which makes it one of the most affordable compact crossovers out there. Price climbs up trim by trim, but the reward of features like Leather Seats, a TomTom-powered navigation system, and powered front seats make it well worth the difference. We encourage first-time Eclipse Cross shoppers to take a close look at the SE S-AWC and either go up the chart for a simpler trim or down the chart to take advantage of more features.