Advanced safety tech features on the steering wheel of the 2022 / 2023 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross


Enjoy the safest ever Eclipse Cross, thanks to available standard safety technologies like Forward Collision Mitigation with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Warning and available Automatic High Beam.

Discover Mitsubishi Safety Features Available on the 2023 Eclipse Cross

Multi-View Camera System

This available feature uses multiple cameras around the vehicle to create a composite, bird's-eye view of your Eclipse Cross, in addition to a wide-angle view, helping to show what's directly behind you. Parking just got a whole lot easier.

Rear Cross Traffic Alert

The available Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) system detects a vehicle approaching from either side while you're backing up. The warning lights on both side mirrors will blink, a buzzer will sound to alert you, and a warning message will appear on the information screen of the multi-information color display.

Adaptive Cruise Control

Available Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) uses radar technology to judge distances between you and the vehicle ahead, helping you maintain a safe driving distance. If the car moves out of your lane or goes beyond your set speed, the system will resume your set speed.

RISE Body Construction

Mitsubishi's advanced Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution (RISE) body utilizes crumple zones that help buffer your vehicle during high-impact collisions. Strategic reinforcements at key body points complement its side-impact door beams, giving your Eclipse Cross a stable, secure base that's worth its weight in safety.

Rain-Sensing Wipers

Keep your hands on the wheel during inclement weather with available rain-sensing windshield wipers. Activating at the first drop of rain, the wipers adjust to match the frequency of rainfall so you can continue to focus on what's ahead.

Blind Spot Warning and Lane Change Assist

Blind Spot Warning and Lane Change Assist Systems alert you when a vehicle is in or approaching your blind spot. When a vehicle is traveling at the same speed or faster in the detection areas, a warning light illuminates in the corresponding side mirror. If your turn signal is on, the warning light on the corresponding mirror blinks and the system then beeps three times to signify it is unsafe to change lanes.

Light the Way

When fog descends, when it snows or rains, standard fog lights beam through to give you a clearer view of the road ahead.

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