2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross vs Honda CR-V

2022 Eclipse Cross vs Honda CR-V 

2022 Eclipse Cross vs Honda CR-V

White Bear Mitsubishi is ready and excited for the newest 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, a compact crossover SUV that is only in its fourth year of production. It's important for all customers of White Bear Mitsubishi to stay well-informed about the competition, so they know that when it comes to their Mitsubishi purchase they have made the best decision available. One of the big competitors of the Eclipse Cross is the Honda CR-V, which is a decade old small SUV that has certainly been one of Honda's best sellers. In a side-by-side, it's readily apparent that the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is a clear winner despite the CR-V's long history. White Bear Mitsubishi is excited to provide the Twin Cities and White Bear Lake with the best available Mitsubishi vehicles. Take a look at everything great about the 2022 Mitsubishi eclipse cross, as well as why the CR-V doesn't measure up.  

2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

The 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is one of the newest models in the Mitsubishi family. Since 2018, the Eclipse Cross surfaced thanks to a large increase in demand for crossover and compact crossover vehicles at an affordable price point. The vehicle offers a good amount of space despite its small stature, great safety options, state-of-the-art technology, and great gas mileage. The Eclipse Cross's low price among all six of its available trims makes it an attractive option for your average driver and has the energy for weekend adventures with the gas mileage that makes for an amazing commuter. Leaving the dealership with new vehicles is a sign of a huge investment that Mitsubishi wants to help you protect. The warranties offered for your purchase of a new Eclipse Cross outweigh Honda's warranties by a ton.

A Higher Power

Taking a look at each vehicle's mechanical operations, the CR-V falls behind the Eclipse Cross. Both vehicles have a 1.5L 4-cylinder turbo engine, but the Eclipse Cross gets the ever-so-slight leg up on the available torque. The Eclipse Cross has a higher ground clearance than the CR-V for better maneuvering off-road and has a tighter turning capability as well. The Eclipse Cross is even slightly shorter than the CR-V, which means it's easier to navigate into those tight spaces or back up with ease.

Top-Notch Comfort

When looking at the interior of the vehicle, a side-by-side comparison of available features leaves the Honda CR-V miles behind. Your comfort is guaranteed inside of the Eclipse Cross, and while both vehicles offer a heated passenger and driver seat, the Eclipse cross is the only one to offer a heated rear row. The Eclipse Cross also offers one-touch power windows, instead of having to hold the button for the duration as you would in a CR-V. Also, the Eclipse Cross has options for a heads-up windshield display that the CR-V does not, meaning that you would never have to take your eyes off of the road ahead.