2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross ES vs SEL
The new 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is now available at the D&E Mitsubishi lot in Willington, NC. The Eclipse Cross is quite remarkable with great fuel efficiency, an attractive exterior, a comfortable cabin and plenty of outstanding features. Though, depending on which of the four trim levels you decide on, you'll have different standard and optional features available. To show some of these differences, we compared the 2018 Eclipse Cross ES trim level with its SEL trim level.
Luckily, each of the trim levels share the same passenger and cargo space, so you won't have to compromise on accommodation. However, there are several key areas of functionality and convenience that change between the ES trim and the SEL trim. For instance, having the intelligent all-wheel drive capability is standard on the SEL, but it isn't with the ES—though it can be added to it. Plus, the SEL offers more advanced technologies, like a multi-view camera system, dual-zone automatic climate control, Head-Up Display and heated front seats.
2018 Eclipse Cross ES
2018 Eclipse Cross SEL
|Optional||Super All-Wheel Control||Standard|
|Not Available||Dual-Pane Power Panoramic Sunroof||Optional|
|7-inch Touch Panel Display Audio System||Audio System||7-inch Smartphone Link Thin-Display Audio System w/ touchpad controller|
2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross for sale near Willington, NC
Another common aspect of the different trim levels is the towing capacity, the 2018 Eclipse Cross is able to tow up to 1,500-pounds when properly equipped. There are also a number of similar features outfitted on each trim level, such as fog lights, heated power side-view mirrors, Bluetooth® connectivity and two 12-volt accessory outlets.
But, some of the biggest areas of difference are the available driver-assistive features. For example, unlike the ES, the SEL trim level features:
- Blind Spot Warning with Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Lane Change Assist
- Automatic High Beam headlights
- Forward Collision Mitigation
- Lane Departure Warning
- Adaptive Cruise Control
Either way, the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is a great vehicle for any type of driver, no matter which trim level you choose.
If you are interested in the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and would like more information, you can stop by our dealership, contact us online or call us at 877-891-4781. You can also schedule a test drive online.