The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross comes in five different trims each powered by the same turbocharged 1.5-liter engine mated to an 8-speed CVT gearbox. The models start with the ES offering both front- and all-wheel drive, while the LE, SP, SE, and SEL are all all-wheel drive.
The ES versions come standard with 16-inch rims, a rearview camera, and seven-inch touch panel infotainment system. Going upwards, the LE adds 18-inch rims and a thin seven-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The next model is the limited edition SP, which adds external styling, but keeps the same features of the LE. The SE then adds heated front seats, Mitsubishi Connect, blind spot warning, lane change assist, and heated front seats. At the top of the range sits the SEL, which has a head-up display, a multi-view camera, and LED headlights.