Local specs and pricing have been announced for the 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross plug-in hybrid range ahead of its Australian arrival in August.
At launch, the Eclipse Cross PHEV will be offered in three trim levels with prices starting from $46,490 before on-road costs.
The powertrain consists of a 2.4-litre naturally-aspirated four-cylinder petrol engine, electric motors on each axle and a 13.8kWh lithium-ion battery pack.
The engine develops 94kW of power and 199Nm of torque, while the front motor makes 60kW and 137Nm, and the rear motor makes 70kW and 195Nm.
With a motor on each axle, every Eclipse Cross PHEV is all-wheel drive and offers several driving modes to maximise the powertrain's potential.
Mitsubishi says a fully charged battery offers an electric driving range of 55km.
Owners can charge the battery in seven hours using a home wall box, while an AC public charger can replenish the battery to 80 per cent capacity in 25 minutes.
Scroll below for each grade’s equipment highlights.
The Eclipse Cross PHEV is available to order now with deliveries set to commence in August.
2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV pricing (excludes on-road costs):
ES PHEV - $46,490
Aspire PHEV - $49,990
Exceed PHEV - $53,990
2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV equipment highlights:
Eclipse Cross ES PHEV
Paddle shifters
LED daytime running lights
Cruise control
8.0-inch infotainment system
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
DAB+ digital radio
Bluetooth audio
Four-speaker sound system
Charge cable
Climate control
Autonomous emergency braking
Lane-departure warning
Eclipse Cross Aspire PHEV adds
Microsuede and faux leather seat trim
LED headlights
Heated front seats
Eight-speaker sound system
Surround-view monitor
Adaptive cruise with stop/go
Powered driver’s seat
Blind-spot monitoring
Lane-change assist
Rear cross-traffic alert
Front parking sensors
Surround-view camera
Eclipse Cross Exceed PHEV adds
Twin sunroof
Heated steering wheel
Leather seat trim
Powered passenger seat
Driver’s seatback pocket
Satellite navigation
Head-up display
Black headliner
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