Along with keeping us connected to the people and things we love, technology also helps keep us safe. The 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross can be equipped with an extensive list of safety equipment to help you feel safe and secure on the road ahead.
Every Eclipse Cross comes standard with antilock brakes, traction and stability control, airbags, and a rearview camera. These features provide a basic level of safety by helping you stay in control of your vehicle.
From there, the mid-range SE S-AWC model adds blind-spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert. These features help keep watch for other vehicles that are approaching behind you. It’s like adding another set of eyes that are always open. This system can help you during highway lane changes and while backing out of your driveway or tight parking spaces.
Moving up to the SEL S-AWC model gives you an entire suite of active safety equipment. The multi-view camera system gives you more than just a regular view of what’s behind you. You get a bird’s-eye view, which helps while navigating through narrow, congested areas.
Adaptive Cruise Control makes highway driving a bit easier. It uses radar technology to keep you a predetermined distance from the vehicle ahead. If traffic slows down, so will the Eclipse Cross. It will then speed up again as traffic clears.
Using both laser radar and cameras, Forward Collision Mitigation can help prevent an accident or lessen the impact. When it detects a potential front-end collision, it will warn the driver and automatically apply the brakes.
If you are driving on a rainy day, the available rain-sensing wipers will do the work for you. They are activated when they first detect the rain and will adjust the match the frequency of the rainfall.
To learn more about these and other features on the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, stop by Coronet Mitsubishi and we’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you have.