Recently, Mitsubishi Motors released a preview of its redesigned Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, the very popular compact crossover SUV. We at Hampton Mitsubishi are excited to have it in stock soon and want to share a preview of it with you.
The new direction of the 2021 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is a reflection of Mitsubishi’s prioritization of modern, intelligent, and efficient designs.
The crossover SUV sports many changes you’re sure to like. Rear visibility is improved thanks to a redesigned hatch and rear window shape. The sleek front end is influenced by the brand’s Dynamic Shield design style, merging allure with function. Interior updates include a new infotainment center with a detailed 8-inch screen with smartphone-link capability.
A Eclipse Cross PHEV model will be launching also, which uses electric recharging to let you drive short distances on electricity only before switching to gasoline. The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV can help stretch your dollar so you can save money at the pump.
If you live and commute in Lafayette, Louisiana, the new Eclipse Cross is worth test-driving. Hampton Mitsubishi will soon have the compact crossover SUV, which is built to incorporate coupe-like qualities. The new Eclipse Cross is expected to arrive here in the first three months of 2021.
The much-beloved Mitsubishi Outlander is due for an
overhaul, and spy shots from September suggest that it’s right around the
corner. A heavily camouflaged version of the next-generation Mitsubishi
Outlander has been spotted testing in the wild, and we’ve gotta say: It looks
Car & Driver posted photos of a new Outlander prototype that was seen around Michigan last month. Though it’s wrapped in camo, the proportions tell us a couple of things: It will likely borrow some style notes from the handsome-looking Engelberg Tourer concept, and it’s gaining the size needed to move up to the midsize crossover segment. Like the Engelber Tourer, the new design speaks to the quality of “Mitsubishiness” with dramatic body lines and a bold face that even camo can’t cover up.
As for what will engines the next-generation Mitsubishi Outlander will offer, Car & Driver speculates a 1-2-3 punch of a 1.5-liter turbo-four found in the Eclipse Cross, an available V6, and a twin-motor PHEV powertrain from the Engelberg Tourer. The latter leverages a 2.4-liter gas engine and a twin-motor system for high power output and exceptional efficiency while using the full-time four-wheel drive of Super All-Wheel Control for superior off-roading capability. Likely to hit the Hampton Mitsubishi showroom by the end of next year, we’ll probably see the uncloaked next-gen Outlander next year at the New York Auto Show or at Geneva. Speculation about the 2021 Outlander aside, the new 2020 Outlander has arrived at Hampton Mitsubishi and is an excellent choice if you are looking for a stylish, capable SUV.