Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross crossover updated. But it can not be noticedJanuary 24, 2019
In Europe, will soon begin selling diesel versions of the model
Two years after the debut, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross was a light update – the coupe-crossover equipment was slightly modified. In this case, he will soon receive a diesel engine.
There are no cosmetic upgrades for the 2019 model year at all: the exterior of the car remained unchanged, with the exception of the new 16-inch alloy wheels on the cars in the basic configuration.
The main innovation concerns the electronics on the front-wheel drive versions of the crossover: they now have Active Yaw Brake Control, which, using regular brakes, simulates locking the cross-wheel differential, “refueling” the car into a turn.
The new flagship equipment, Black Connected Edition, has appeared on the UK market – its main feature is the on-board telematic system Mitsubishi Connect. Probably, similar machines will soon be available in other countries.
In addition, in the middle trim levels began to put the rear-view mirror with auto-darkening, and the range of colors enlarged pearl blue.
Earlier in Mitsubishi Motors announced the imminent appearance of a diesel engine on the Eclipse Cross crossover. Cars with a 2.2 engine with 148 horsepower will begin to flow to European dealers of the brand in March of this year. All diesel crossovers will be equipped with an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive.
Until now, in Europe, Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross was offered with a single engine – a 1.5-liter gasoline turbo engine. It develops 163 horsepower. Transmission – six-speed manual transmission or a variator, drive – front or full.
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