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2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross vs 2021 Honda CR-V

2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

2022 Mitsubishi eclipse cross

2021 Honda CR-V

2021 Honda CRV

The 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross vs. the 2021 Honda CR-V

The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and Honda CR-V have hit the market yet again, and Charlottetown Mitsubishi has provided customers with a thorough comparison of the two popular crossovers. Between their sleek designs, affordable price points, and numerous safety features, there's a lot to like about this pair of vehicles. Find out how they measure up against each other below, and if you're based in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island or any of the nearby areas of Montague, Souris, Kensington, or Summerside, contact us and schedule a test drive of the 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross.

Comparing - Fuel Economy

The 2021 Honda CR-V's fuel economy has been the subject of much praise, but the new Eclipse Cross is a more than worthy adversary in this department. With class-competitive consumption of 9.6 L/100km in the city and 8.9 on the highway, this Mitsubishi crossover nets a combined 9.3 L/100km, meaning you won't become too familiar a face at your neighbourhood filling station.

Comparing - Price

These two beloved crossovers are nothing if not affordable. That said, the latest Eclipse Cross's base model comes in well under the $30,000 mark, while its Honda rival's will run you $32,000 plus to start. The price gap between the two vehicles only widens as you venture down their respective lineups, with the CR-V's top trims flirting with a hefty tag of $45,000. On the other hand, the new Mitsubishi crossover tops out at just $37,000, providing drivers with peace of mind and a reliable driving experience at a most affordable price.

2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross - Interior Style

2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Interior - Style

2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross - Exterior Style

2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Exterior Style

Comparing - Interior & Exterior Style

The new Eclipse Cross and CR-V are both a cut above the competition regarding what lies behind their doors. For starters, the new Honda crossover boasts comfortable seats and ample storage space, with its upper trims adding a dash of refinement in chromed plastic and faux wood accents. That said, the splash of swank comes at a hefty price, as the CR-V's more upscale models come in well above the $40,000 mark.

By comparison, you won't have to break your bank to enjoy the new Eclipse Cross' comfortable and refined interior. Indeed, this Mitsubishi model boasts plenty of storage space for a small family and enough head and leg room to comfortably seat five. The latest Eclipse Cross doesn't pinch pennies on materials either, with supportive and durable surfaces lining its seats and dashboard.

On the outside, the CR-V is easy enough on the eyes, yet understated, and perhaps a little too understated. Its sloped silhouette can be found in many a competitor, and its front end juts out at an awkward angle.

The new Eclipse Cross is a prime example of industry-wide efforts to produce more stylish and modern-looking crossovers. Thanks to its bold grille, angular lighting arrangements, and chrome accents, this Mitsubishi model will turn more than a few heads.

Comparing - Safety Features

While the CR-V is known for its safety and reliability, the Eclipse Cross has evolved to match its top ratings in just a few years. Standard automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection leads the new Mitsubishi model's safety package, with active stability control, a brake assist system, and tire pressure monitoring function all included in the base trim as well. Other popular features like blind-spot warning and rear cross-traffic alert are also available in all but one of the 2022 Eclipse Cross' four models.

Mitsubishi Warranty

The Mitsubishi crossover provides peace of mind with more than its safety features. With the Japanese automaker's comprehensive 10-5-5 warranty plan, you can hit the road with any member of our new inventory knowing you'll be protected for the long haul. Powertrain coverage runs for 10 years or 160,000 km, with Mitsubishi's new vehicle limited warranty good for five years or 100,000 km. Rounding out this lauded warranty program is a complimentary roadside assistance package, which lasts five years with no mileage cap.

For a closer look at the 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross or further details on the 10-5-5 warranty plan, get in touch with Charlottetown Mitsubishi or visit us today.

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