The interior layout, fit and finish
Mitsubishi isn't known for its plush-feeling interiors, even though they’re solidly screwed together. For the Eclipse Cross, Mitsubishi has introduced far more tactile switches, and has adopted plastics that look and feel much nicer.
From the tops of the doors to the dashboard itself, there’s a vast amount of squishy plastic, broken up by attractive piano-black trim and metal-effect inserts. Yes, you’ll find some cheaper plastics if you look for them, but they aren’t in areas you’ll touch regularly. Apart from a few oddly positioned controls, the interior is on a par with most rivals, but can’t match the imaginative design of the Peugeot 3008, or the quality of the Skoda Karoq.