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2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross vs 2018 Toyota C-HR

Passenger side exterior view of a white 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross on the left "vs" driver side exterior view of a gray 2018 Toyota C-HR on the right

It is easy to be drawn to the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and the 2018 Toyota C-HR because of their unique and dramatic exterior appeal and for their exhilarating driving experience. These two eye-catching crossover SUV’s provide owners with more than just sleek and sporty styling, they also have powerful and efficient engines under the hood that allow you the ability to enjoy the drive more while filling-up less. When trying to choose between the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and the 2018 Toyota C-HR it can be a difficult decision. That is why we have dissected these two model’s specs and features to bring you this comparison of the 2018 Eclipse Cross and 2018 C-HR.

2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross


2018 Toyota C-HR

1.5L Turbocharged L4 MIVEC Standard Engine 2.0L 4-Cylinder
152 HP/ 184 LB-FT Horsepower/ Torque 144 HP/ 139 LB-FT
8-Speed Continually Variable w/ Sport Mode Standard Transmission Continuously Variable (CVT)
26 MPG City/ 29 MPG HWY Fuel Economy* 27 MPG City/ 31 MPG HWY
*EPA estimates of the Base Trim level with Standard Equipment.

Compare the 2018 Eclipse Cross & the 2018 C-HR

The chart above depicts the standard drivetrain specs of the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and the 2018 Toyota C-HR. As you can see the 2018 Eclipse Cross provides more power than the 2018 C-HR, while the 2018 C-HR has a slight advantage in EPA estimated fuel economy. Neither the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross or the Toyota C-HR offer any upgrades to their standard engine or transmission, but the 2018 Eclipse Cross makes All-Wheel Drive (AWD) available across all three of its trim levels while the 2018 C-HR doesn’t even offer AWD. Both the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and the Toyota C-HR have seating for five people, but the Eclipse Cross has 94.6 cubic feet of total passenger volume while the C-HR only has 83.8 cubic feet. The 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross also provides passengers with more rear-seat legroom, shoulder room, and hip room than the 2018 Toyota C-HR. With a more powerful engine, available AWD, and more interior space, the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is the clear choice over the 2018 Toyota C-HR. You can touch and feel the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross when you take it for a test drive today at D&E Mitsubishi in Wilmington, NC.