Best of 2023 – Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross LS Black edition Review

How good is the Eclipse Cross SUV

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross LS Black edition – Mitsubishi updated their Eclipse Cross range in February this year and introduced the LS Black edition at that time.

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The LS Black Edition sits right in the middle of the range and is priced from $35,490 plus the usual costs.

It comes in Two-wheel drive version with a 1.5L 4-cylinder petrol engine and a CVT. It has reasonable performance and economy.

The LS Black Edition comes with additional safety features, black highlights everywhere on the outside, including 18-inch alloy wheels. It also benefits from lots of black inside but the best feature for me is the heated front seats. The driver’s seat also has electric adjustments.

The Eclipse Cross is a good size urban based SUV. Its priced well and comes with lots of features. It’s easy and comfortable to drive around town. Parking is a breeze.

But its also large enough for two people to go on extended weekend trips or holidays with enough room for their luggage.

The Mitsubishi also comes in a PHEV version, which adds the benefit of daily EV only driving.

All up there are some 20 plus versions of the Eclipse Cross so its easy to find one that suits you.

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