What's the used Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross hatchback like?
You’ve got to have the look to stand out in a crowded place. Take the family SUV sector, for example. It seems every single car manufacturer has something to offer here, so in order to make any headway, you need to be a little bit bolder. And perhaps that's why the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross looks the way it does.
However, distinctive looks are not enough to sway us at What Car?. We look behind the superficial stuff to make sure you’re buying the best car for your money. We’ve already given our nod to cars such as the Peugeot 3008, Seat Ateca and Skoda Karoq, but how does the Eclipse Cross stack up against this competition?
The Eclipse Cross's interior is one of Mitsubishi's best in years. However, while it will stand up well to lots of use, it still features plenty of hard, scratchy plastics that don’t look particularly nice. The infotainment system is an improvement. Because the touchscreen is positioned quite far away from the driver, a touchpad has been provided on the centre console to control it. Unfortunately, unless you’re a patient person, you’ll probably just revert back to interacting with the screen instead, because the pad is too sensitive.