The 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and Eclipse Cross PHEV are due in Australian dealerships this month, with minor specification tweaks on some models and price increases of $500 across the range.

    Standard equipment levels have been improved for the entry-level Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross ES, which now opens at $31,990 before on-road costs.

    The least expensive Eclipse Cross is now fitted as standard with automatic headlights, rain-sensing wipers, a rear LED fog lamp and soundproof windshield glass.

    These features are also now standard on the cheapest plug-in hybrid (PHEV) variant, which also wears the ES badge. The petrol ES additionally gains lane-departure warning, previously only standard on the ES PHEV.

    All other Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross variants have unchanged equipment, despite also incurring the $500 price increase.

    A full list of pricing, features and specifications is available below.


    • 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross ES FWD: $31,990 (+$500)
    • 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross LS FWD: $34,740 (+$500)
    • 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross LS Black Edition FWD: $35,990 (+$500)
    • 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Aspire FWD: $36,990 (+$500)
    • 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross LS AWD: $37,240 (+$500)
    • 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Exceed FWD: $40,990 (+$500)
    • 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Exceed AWD: $43,490 (+$500)
    • 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV ES: $47,790 (+$500)
    • 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV Aspire: $51,740 (+$500)
    • 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV Exceed: $56,490 (+$500)

    All prices exclude on-road costs.


    The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross offers a choice of two powertrains: a turbocharged 1.5-litre four-cylinder, or a 2.4-litre four-cylinder with two electric motors.

    The turbocharged 1.5-litre four-cylinder engine powering the non-electrified Eclipse Cross variants produces 110kW of power and 250Nm of torque, and is mated to a continuously variable transmission (CVT). It’s available with either front- or all-wheel drive.

    Eclipse Cross PHEVs utilise a non-turbo 2.4-litre four-cylinder – developing 94kW of power and 199Nm of torque by itself – which combines with two electric motors on the front (60kW/137Nm) and rear axles (70kW/195Nm).

    A ‘Super-All Wheel Control’ system distributes the petrol engine and electric motor’s power to all four wheels.


    Front-wheel drive Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross variants have a claimed combined fuel consumption of 7.3L/100km, with all-wheel drive versions consuming 7.7L/100km.

    The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV’s fuel consumption is claimed at 1.9L/100km on the combined test cycle, with up to 55km of electric-only driving range with a fully charged battery pack on the NEDC cycle.


    The 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross measures in at 4545mm long, 1805mm wide, 1685mm tall, and with a 2670mm wheelbase.

    The Eclipse Cross PHEV has a boot capacity of 359L with the rear seats up, and 626L when they’re folded. 

    Non-hybrid versions of the Eclipse Cross boast 405L of cargo space, expanding to 1149L when the rear seats are folded in front-wheel-drive variants, or 1172L in the all-wheel-drive. 

    Unbraked towing capacity is 750kg across the range, while standard and PHEV variants vary between 1600kg and 1500kg braked towing capacity, respectively.

    Servicing and warranty

    All Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross grades require servicing at 12-month or 15,000km intervals, whichever comes first.

    Mitsubishi offers 10 years of capped-price servicing, which equates to a total price of $4940 for the Eclipse Cross and $5940 for the Eclipse Cross PHEV.

    That represents an increase of $200 for the turbocharged Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, while the Eclipse Cross PHEV remains unchanged.

    2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross capped-price service costs


    2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV capped-price service costs


    The Mitsubishi Eclipse cross is covered by a standard five-year, 100,000km warranty though this is extended to 10 years and 200,000km if the vehicle is serviced on time within Mitsubishi’s dealership network.

    Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV batteries are covered for eight years and 160,000km as standard.


    As of January 2024, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is no longer rated by ANCAP, with its five-star safety rating – achieved in 2017 – stripped due to the organisation’s six-year expiry terms.

    Standard safety equipment across the range includes:

    • Seven airbags
    • Autonomous emergency braking (AEB) with pedestrian detection
    • Reversing camera
    • Rear parking sensors
    • Lane-departure warning (previously LS and above only)

    LS and above get:

    • Blind-spot monitoring
    • Rear cross-traffic alert

    Aspire and above get:

    • Adaptive cruise control
    • Front parking sensors
    • Surround-view camera

    Exceed and Exceed PHEV receive Mitsubishi’s Ultrasonic Misacceleration Mitigation System, which is designed to stop the car when it detects the accelerator has been pressed instead of the brake at low speeds.

    Standard Equipment

    The non-hybrid Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross ES comes standard with the following equipment:

    • 16-inch alloy wheels
    • LED daytime running lights
    • Automatic headlights (NEW)
    • Rear LED fog lamp (NEW)
    • Soundproof windshield glass (NEW)
    • Rain-sensing wipers (NEW)
    • Black fabric upholstery
    • Climate control air-conditioning
    • 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system
    • Wired Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
    • Four-speaker sound system
    • Tilt and telescopic steering column adjustment
    • Cruise control
    • Keyless entry

    The Eclipse Cross ES PHEV adds:

    • Illuminated front door trim
    • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
    • Rear centre armrest with cupholders
    • Electric park brake
    • Mode 2 charging cable
    • Mode 3 charging cable
    • Acoustic vehicle alert system

    Eclipse Cross LS grades gain (over non-hybrid ES):

    • 18-inch alloy wheels
    • LED front fog lights
    • Automatic high-beam
    • Privacy glass
    • Power-folding exterior mirrors
    • Electric park brake with auto hold
    • Six-speaker sound system
    • Rear USB-A and USB-C outlets
    • Electrochromatic rear-view mirror

    The LS Black Edition adds:

    • Black 18-inch alloy wheels
    • Gloss black mirrors, skid plates
    • Mi-suede and synthetic leather upholstery
    • Black dimpled leather-wrapped steering wheel with grey stitching
    • Black headliner, pillar trims
    • Four-way power driver’s seat
    • Heated front seats
    • PVC leather door cards
    • Grey stitching details
    • Silver garnishes on instrument panel, centre console sides, door grips

    Non-hybrid Eclipse Cross Aspire variants gain (over LS):

    • Gloss black front and rear skid plates
    • Black grille
    • Mi-suede and synthetic leather upholstery
    • Dual-zone climate control
    • Eight-speaker sound system with four tweeters
    • Four-way power driver’s seat
    • Heated front seats

    The Eclipse Cross Aspire PHEV adds:

    • Automatic LED headlights
    • Roof rails
    • Silver front lower bumper
    • Black front bumper centre garnish
    • Black grille insert
    • Black and insert rear lower bumper
    • Black side door garnish
    • 1500-watt V2L capacity

    Flagship Eclipse Cross Exceed and Exceed PHEV variants gain: 

    • LED headlights
    • Hands-free power tailgate
    • Heated steering wheel
    • Head-up display
    • Dual sunroofs
    • Four-way power-adjustable passenger seat
    • Heated rear seats
    • Satellite navigation
    • Black or light grey leather upholstery


    White is standard across the 2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and Eclipse Cross PHEV range, with all other colours coming at an additional premium.

    These include:

    • Sterling Silver metallic
    • Titanium metallic
    • Black pearlescent
    • Lightning Blue pearlescent
    • White Diamond pearlescent
    • Red Diamond pearlescent

    The metallic paint finishes cost $740, while the ‘Diamond’ pearlescents are $940.

    The Eclipse Cross Black Edition is not available to order in white, Sterling Silver or Lightning Blue.

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    Jordan Mulach

    Born and raised in Canberra, Jordan has worked as a full-time automotive journalist since 2021, being one of the most-published automotive news writers in Australia before joining CarExpert in 2024.

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