Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and PHEV updated for 2024

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and Eclipse Cross Plug-in Hybrid EV with updated safety and convenience features for 2024

  • Safety and convenience technology updates for 2024MY Eclipse Cross ES and Eclipse Cross Plug-in Hybrid EV ES
  • ‘Black Edition’ now a  standalone model
  • Production of both 24MY Eclipse Cross models will commence from December 2023, with expected dealership arrival from February 2024

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Mitsubishi Motors Australia (MMAL) has introduced a range of updates for the 2024 Eclipse Cross model year.

“The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and Eclipse Cross Plug-in Hybrid EV (PHEV) continue to be distinctive options for Australian consumers,” said MMAL CEO, Shaun Westcott.

“From dynamic ride and handling capabilities to its unique exterior aesthetic the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is a stylish choice for those seeking their next adventure,” he said.

“The PHEV system with two electric motors brings all-wheel drive capability, while the spacious interior of the Eclipse Cross PHEV makes it a perfect choice for young families looking to make their daily commute or holiday more eco-friendly,” Westcott elaborates.

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Popular Mitsubishi BLACK EDITION evolves into a specific model

The popular 23MY ‘Eclipse Cross LS Black Edition’ continues for 24MY as the Eclipse Cross BLACK EDITION.

The Eclipse Cross BLACK EDITION sits above the LS in the Eclipse Cross range and continues with the following features over the LS grade:

  • Blind Spot Monitoring
  • Electrochromatic rear view mirror
  • Lane Change Assist
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert
  • USB power sockets, mounted in rear console Type-C & Type-A; 3A & 2.4A respectively

Exterior:

  • Black 18-inch alloy wheels
  • Gloss Black door mirrors
  • Gloss Black front and rear bumper skid plates
  • Roof rail delete

Interior:

  • Black IVI surround
  • Black dimple leather steering wheel with grey stitching
  • Instrument cluster trim
  • Black interior headlining and pillar trims
  • Dark silver garnishes on instrument panel, centre console sides and door grips
  • Four-way power adjustable driver’s seat
  • Front and rear door trim – PVC Leather inserts
  • Grey stitching on door armrest, console box and seats
  • Heated front seats
  • Synthetic micro-suede / synthetic leather combination seat trim

Additional updates add safety and convenience features 

As part of Mitsubishi’s ongoing commitment to safety, the value-packed models receive a range of important safety upgrades.

  • Rain sensing wipers
  • Dusk sensing headlamps without ‘off switch’
  • Rear LED fog lamp (driver side)
  • Soundproof windshield glass

Furthermore, 24MY Eclipse Cross ES also receives lane departure warning as standard.

Available exterior colours

Exterior colour options are retained for the 2024 Eclipse Cross model year, including:

Colour NameES (incl. PHEV)LSBLACK EDITIONASPIRE (incl. PHEV)EXCEED (incl. PHEV)
White (Solid) 
White Diamond (Prestige)
Sterling Silver (Metallic) 
Black ( Pearlescent )
Red Diamond (Prestige)
Lightning Blue (Pearlescent) 
Titanium (Metallic)

Available interior trims

The interior upholstery options continue for:

  • Black fabric (ES (incl. PHEV))
  • Black fabric with unique pattern (LS)
  • Mi-suede and synthetic leather combination (BLACK EDITION, ASPIRE (incl. PHEV))
  • Black leather (EXCEED (incl. PHEV))
  • Option: Light grey leather (EXCEED (incl. PHEV))

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 24MY Model Range and Pricing

GradeEngine and fuelTransmissionPricing
2WD models   
ES1.5L Turbo-Petrol

110kW / 250Nm

7.3L/100 , 165g/km

CVT

2WD

$31,990
LS1.5L Turbo-Petrol

110kW / 250Nm

7.3L/100 , 165g/km

CVT

2WD

$34,740
BLACK EDITION1.5L Turbo-Petrol

110kW / 250Nm

7.3L/100 , 165g/km

CVT

2WD

$35,990
ASPIRE1.5L Turbo-Petrol

110kW / 250Nm

7.3L/100 , 165g/km

CVT

2WD

$36,990
EXCEED1.5L Turbo-Petrol

110kW / 250Nm

7.3L/100 , 165g/km

CVT

2WD

$40,990
AWD models   
LS1.5L Turbo-Petrol

110kW / 250Nm

7.7L/100 , 174g/km

CVT

AWD

$37,240
EXCEED1.5L Turbo-Petrol

110kW / 250Nm

7.7L/100 , 174g/km

CVT

AWD

$43,490

Mitsubishi PHEV 24MY Model Range and Pricing

GradeEngine and fuelElectric Motors and Drive BatteryTransmissionPricing
ES2.4L petrol

94kW / 199Nm

1.9L/100km, 49g/km

Front: 60kW

Rear: 70kW

Battery: 13.8kWh

Single fixed

AWD

$47,790
ASPIRE2.4L petrol

94kW / 199Nm

1.9L/100km, 49g/km

Front: 60kW

Rear: 70kW

Battery: 13.8kWh

Single fixed

AWD

$51,740
EXCEED2.4L petrol

94kW / 199Nm

1.9L/100km, 49g/km

Front: 60kW

Rear: 70kW

Battery: 13.8kWh

Single fixed

AWD

$56,490

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Market-leading Mitsubishi aftersales support, with 10/10 Diamond Advantage

The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross range is covered by Mitsubishi’s market-leading 10/10 Diamond Advantage warranty and capped price servicing program.

This comprises a 10-year / 200,000-kilometre manufacturer’s warranty, with 10-year Capped Price Servicing. Diamond Advantage also offers up to four years complimentary roadside assist.* Additionally, the Eclipse Cross PHEV features a further warranty that covers the drive (traction) battery for eight years or 160,000km, whichever occurs first.

Notes

*Mitsubishi’s Standard New Car Warranty is 5 year/100,000 km (whichever occurs first). You may also be eligible for an Extended New Car Warranty up to 10 year/200,000 km if you’ve had all scheduled services done through the authorised Mitsubishi Motors Dealer Network. Some customers excluded such as government, taxis, rentals and selected national business. All vehicles are sold with Mitsubishi’s standard new car warranty. The Standard New Car Warranty is subject to the vehicle being serviced in accordance with the service schedule.

All vehicles are sold with 12-months roadside assist, which can be maintained for up to 4 years when the vehicle is serviced with an authorised Mitsubishi dealer in accordance with the service schedule.

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