Feature Updates for the 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

July 21st, 2023 by


In July 2023, Mitsubishi Motors North America (MMNA) announced its 2024 lineup. Only halfway through the year, many automakers tend to start ramping things up for the next model year. Some models got some small changes, or even a new trim to add some variety to the lineup. The Eclipse Cross got some new standard features. Taking a closer look, Mitsubishi Motors announced what’s new for the 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross.

New for 2024

The 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross still comes with the same four trims – ES, LE, the SE, and the SEL. The LE trim comes with proximity keyless entry and engine start up standard. Adaptive cruise control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, rear USB port, and hands-free power liftgate with kick sensor have been added as a standard to the SE trim. Later this year, an off-road-inspired special edition based on Ralliart is said to be revealed, missing from 2023. That seems like all the major changes.


All trims are powered by a 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine able to generate 152 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque. Starting in 2023, Mitsubishi’s Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) all-wheel drive system became a lineup standard. Also standard is an 8-speed continuously variable transmission (CVT). This setup offers a fuel economy of 26 mpg in the city and 29 mpg on the highway.


Glowing up since 2023, all Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross trims come with the full LED package – LED headlamps and fog lights, daytime running LED lights, color- LED rear taillights, and an LED high mount stop light. Rear privacy glass, roof rails, and heated exterior mirrors are still included as standard features. We assume the same features for the SE and up remain, with automatic headlights, an auto-dimming rearview mirror included. A power panoramic sunroof and black roof rails can also be added via a package to the SE and SEL. The standard wheel size is still 16-inch wheels for the ES, and 18-inch wheels for the rest of the lineup.

Standard across the lineup, the interior comes with a 60/40 split-rear bench, a six-way adjustable driver seat, four-way adjustable passenger seat, automatic climate control, and a drive mode selector. Heated front seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel with voice control are added past the ES base trim. The SE takes it further with 8-way power driver seat, synthetic suede upholstery, an artificial leather-wrapped shift knob, and dual-zone automatic climate control. Then, the SEL adds paddle shifters, leather upholstery, an 8-way power passenger seat, and a heated steering wheel. Also available for the SEL is a Touring Package, adding heated rear seats for that extra bit of comfort, a heads-up display, and an auto-dimming mirror with Homelink®.


The standard setup for the 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross ES is expected to be the same 7.0-inch touchscreen, HD Radio, Bluetooth wireless connectivity, and a four-speaker sound system. Starting on the LE trim, technology switches to an 8-inch touchscreen with a smartphone-link display system (SDA), Mitsubishi Connect, Google Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Surprisingly, it isn’t a lineup standard for 2024. The SE also includes navigation and a six-speaker system. The Touring Package adds an eight-speaker system to the SEL.


Mitsubishi upgrades the safety standard to include forward collision mitigation system and lane departure warning system with pedestrian detection. A blind-spot warning system, lane change assist, and a rear cross-traffic alert system comes standard for the SE and SEL trims. The Touring Package adds a lane departure warning system with pedestrian detection at high speed and adaptive cruise control to the SEL trim.

All Mitsubishi models come with a basic 5-year/60,000-mile warranty. It also has a limited powertrain warranty for 10-years/100,000 miles and an anti-corrosion warranty for 7-years/100,000 miles. Finally, roadside assistance comes with a 5-year warranty.

Still plenty of highlights are there for the 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. Be on the lookout for the new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Ralliart Edition later this year. You can keep up with any other Mitsubishi Motors updates when you follow us on Miami Lakes Automall social media.

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