2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Towing Capacity | Mitsubishi Motors

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Front view of a red 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross driving down the road.

Beyond Daily Practicality

It’s more than just a pretty face. When equipped with an available tow package, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has a max towing capacity of up to 1,500lbs. So, whether you’re hitching the trailer for a weekend getaway, hauling furniture to your new apartment, or taking your bikes out on the available roof rack cross bars, Eclipse Cross is ready to take on your next adventure.


Take your Plans in Tow

The available Eclipse Cross towing package includes a factory-installed tow hitch and factory-engineered trailer tow-wire harness, which connects to a trailer within your 1500lb capacity. The trailer’s turning signals, tail and brake lights work in sync with your crossover, so you can take your life on the road without the need for additional equipment2.

 Close up of the 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross tow hitch and ball.
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Your Eclipse Cross Towing Guide

Looking to bring an ATV or pop-up camper on your next weekend getaway? Check out the chart below to see if your 2020 Eclipse Cross has the pulling power you need.

*Total weight of trailer with cargo.

Towing FAQs

Can you tow with all Mitsubishi crossovers?

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What is the trailer tongue weight of the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross?

Will towing affect my gas mileage?

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I already own an Eclipse Cross. Can it be retrofit for towing?

How do I install a tow hitch on a Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross?

1 Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. Excludes destination/handling, tax, title, license etc. Retailer price, terms and vehicle availability may vary. See your Mitsubishi retailer for details.

2 Some trailers may have different connectors and will subsequently require the purchase of a separate adapter, available to purchase at most auto parts stores.

3 For more information see https://www.sylvansport.com/go/

4 For more information see https://www.trackeroffroad.com/atv/tracker-300.html#performance

5 For more information see https://www.yamahawaverunners.com/vx-series/vx-c/

6 For more information see https://snowmobiles.polaris.com/en-us/voyageur/550-voyageur-155/specs/

7 For more information see https://www.steinway.com/pianos/steinway/grand/model-a