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The 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross takes its inspiration from the popular Eclipse coupe produced from 1990 to 2012.
It has got a bit of a polarizing design in the rear fascia. That split rear window inspires some strong opinions.
All-wheel drive is standard on LE trims and above. If you want two-wheel drive, you'll have to stick with the base SE model.
Under the hood is a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine putting out 154 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque.
Mated to a continuously variable transmission, the engine is delightfully strong and torquey.
The large screen on the available heads-up display can be deployed with a touch of a button.
A 7-inch touchscreen running Apple CarPlay and Android Auto can also be controlled by a touchpad on the center console.
Driver's aids are only available on the top SEL trim with the Touring package.
The Eclipse Cross starts at $23,295, not including destination. A loaded-up SEL with Touring package bumps the price to $30,395.
The Eclipse Cross will be in dealers in March of 2018. Keep scrolling for more photos of this compact SUV.