New 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross launches in Kingdom
Alesayi Motors, the distributor of Mitsubishi Motors in Saudi Arabia, has launched the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. The newly launched crossover was officially unveiled by the Japanese manufacturer at the recent Geneva Motor Show.
The car features a unique exterior combining a high base and sporty design resembling that of fancy sports car. It has a sporty yet practical design, drawn upon the smaller Mitsubishi ASX and the bigger Mitsubishi Outlander. The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is equipped with futuristic features.
It has a wide front grille surrounded by agile headlights, a chrome-finished bumper and fog lights. On both sides, as in the latest Mitsubishi vehicles, the car’s design includes sharp lines that provide great aerodynamics and add a sporty feel to its ride.
The car is available with a four-cylinder 1.5 liter direct injection petrol engine connected to a continuously variable transmission (CVT) and a turbo-charge providing fuel efficiency of 15.1 kilometers per liter, with 149 horsepower at 5,500 RPM.
The vehicle also has many new features such as the PushButton engine starting system, an electric panoramic sliding ceiling, electric breaks, heads-up display (HUD), forward collision mitigation system (FCM), blind spot warning and lane change assist.
“The 2018 Eclipse Cross is an all-new product fully manufactured in Japan that will grant us a competitive edge in one of the most popular car segments in Saudi Arabia, which is the SUV category,” said Bandar bin Saeed Alesayi, CEO, Alesayi Motors.
Alesayi said the car is available in two different categories and aims to attract customers who prefer vehicles with an agile and modern exterior. The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross’ exterior combines the elegance of a coupe car and the power of SUV, making driving a unique and comfortable experience, he added.
Alesayi said the car has a rich interior. A premium quality sound system and a display screen add a futuristic theme and sense of excitement to the driver’s cabin, he said. The rear seat is equipped with a 60:40 split fold feature, along with the possibility of adjusting the seat’s position forward and backward to achieve the maximum comfort and flexibility.
The 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has arrived in Saudi Arabia.