2023 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Makes AWD Standard, Bumps Price to $27,335

mitsubishi-eclipse-cross-2022--03-angle--exterior--front--red.jpg 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross | photo by Steven Pham

While the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross enters the 2023 model year largely unchanged, the automaker has made all-wheel drive standard across the entire lineup and bumped the starting price up to $27,335 (all pricing includes a $1,345 destination fee).

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Performance for the 2023 Eclipse Cross still comes from a turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 152 horsepower and is mated to a continuously variable automatic transmission. The most notable change, though, is that all trims will now be equipped with Mitsubishi’s Super All-Wheel Control as standard equipment. S-AWC not only includes AWD, but bundles antilock brakes, adaptive stability control and active yaw control together to provide greater cornering stability and improved power delivery to all four wheels at the same time.

The exterior and interior styling of the 2023 Eclipse Cross carries over from the outgoing model, which received a substantial styling refresh. The 2023 model also sees newly standard LED headlights and foglights, a new 18-inch alloy wheel design, body-color lower side trim on the SEL trim, and a silver front bumper garnish on the SE variant.

The 2023 Eclipse Cross also gets a number of standard safety features, including forward collision mitigation with pedestrian detection and lane departure warning; SE and SEL trims get standard blind spot monitoring with lane change assist and rear cross-traffic alert.

Pricing and Release Date

The 2023 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is available now. Full pricing is below:

  • ES: $27,335
  • LE: $28,785
  • SE: $29,785
  • SEL: $31,235

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