June 15, 2024

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Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV Reviews | Overview

MITSUBISHI Australia has the enviable situation of ‘first mover status’ in terms of the plug-in hybrid (PHEV) SUV space in this nation, and have been it not for some thing referred to as the Holden Volt, the Three-Diamond brand name would have been the initially to sell a PHEV in Australia, period.


But whilst the company’s initially plug-in, the 2013 Outlander PHEV, would go on to only account for about two per cent of all Outlander sales, Mitsubishi’s next effort and hard work at a mass-sector PHEV claims to make a larger splash.


With a selling price of entry $1500 underneath the Outlander PHEV but with shut to a $13K quality more than the petrol Eclipse Cross and the least expensive PHEV being $5700 far more than the most expensive combustion-only product, Mitsubishi prefers to see electrified variants present at a degree over the standard Eclipse Cross relatives. Even so, it is by no indicates inexpensive.


Even so, whilst the Outlander PHEV experienced the electrified SUV sector pretty a great deal all to itself for a great deal of the past eight decades, the Eclipse Cross PHEV have to do battle with rivals like the Kia Niro, MG HS and far more conventional hybrids like the terribly well known Toyota RAV4 hybrid.


Is the Eclipse Cross recipe ideal plenty of to see off these kinds of rigid competition?

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