THROUGH THE RANGE

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Which trim level might suit you?

IF you want a four-wheel-drive au­to­matic Eclipse Cross, there are three trim lev­els avail­able, start­ing with the ‘3’ model. En­try-level ‘2’ spec is man­ual-only.

With a £3,000 de­posit on a three-year PCP deal lim­ited to 10,000 miles per an­num, this ver­sion will cost you £318 a month, helped by a £750 de­posit con­tri­bu­tion from Mit­subishi. Park­ing sen­sors, cli­mate con­trol, col­li­sion warn­ing with AEB, Ap­ple Carplay and An­droid Auto all feature.

The ‘4’ car that we tested costs £366 per month and adds LED head­lights, an up­graded stereo, blind spot warn­ing, cross traffic alert and lane change as­sist, as well as adaptive cruise. Top-spec First Edi­tion trim gets ex­tra badg­ing and pre­mium metal­lic paint among other fea­tures, but looks ex­pen­sive at £416 per month.

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