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Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 2024: Australian pricing and specifications


More safety and convenience has been added to the 2024 Eclipse Cross, including a stand-alone Black Edition 

Mitsubishi Australia has confirmed pricing, specifications and upgrades to its popular Eclipse Cross small SUV, with more safety features for the base ES, as well as a stand-alone Black Edition

Pricing now starts from $31,990 for the base ES 2WD, with the cost of entry now $500 more than in 2023. Pricing tops out at $56,490 before on-road costs for the top-spec Exceed PHEV. Every variant has lifted by $500 for the MY24 year. 

Australian buyers have a choice of two engines for the Eclipse Cross.

2024 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Aspire PHEV side angle studio shot
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has seen updates for 2024

A 1.5-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine that produces 110kW/250Nm is available for all two-wheel drive variants and is mated to a CVT automatic transmission. 

Secondly, the Eclipse Cross plug-in hybrid uses a 2.4-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine, but with two electric motors and a 13.8kWh battery pack added into the mix. Combustion outputs are 94kW/199Nm, while the electric motors provide 60kW for the front axle and 70kW for the rear axle. 

In 2023, the Eclipse Cross was a popular option for Aussie buyers, with 7786 units registered during the year. That was more than the likes of some of its small SUV competitors, such as the Honda HR-V (2182 units), the Nissan Qashqai (6614 units) and the Toyota C-HR (4786 units). 

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross LS Black Edition 2023 engine
Both a 1.5-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine and a PHEV hybrid powertrain are available

Mitsubishi has confirmed that the MY2024 Eclipse Cross has already commenced production, with first dealership deliveries expected to begin from February 2024. 

What’s changed for Eclipse Cross in 2024?

Mitsubishi Australia has said that the Eclipse Cross now has a stand-alone Black Edition that sits above the LS in the range and features the following features as standard:

  • Black 18-inch alloy wheels
  • Gloss black door mirrors and front and rear bumper skid plates
  • Deletion of roof rails 
  • Blind spot monitoring 
  • Lane change assist
  • Rear cross-traffic alert 
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross LS Black Edition 2023 driving front thumbnail
The 2023 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross LS Black Edition
  • Rear USB-C and USB-A ports
  • Black dimple leather steering wheel with grey stitching
  • Black interior headlining and pillar trims
  • Dark silver garnishes on instrument panel, centre console sides and door grips
  • Four-way power adjustable driver’s seat
  • Heated front seats
  • Synthetic micro-suede / synthetic leather combination seat trim

Also new for the Eclipse Cross ES range in 2024 is the addition of rain sensing wipers, dusk-sensing headlamps, rear LED fog light and soundproof windshield glass. 

Lane departure is now also standard for Eclipse Cross this year.

2023 Mitsubishi compact SUV badge
The Eclipse Cross small SUV sells well on Australian shores

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 2024: prices in Australia

All prices listed are before on-road costs.

  • ES 2WD: $31,990 (+$500)
  • LS 2WD: $34,740 (+$500)
  • Black Edition 2WD: $35,990 (+$500)
  • Aspire 2WD: $36,990 (+$500)
  • Exceed 2WD: $40,990 (+$500)
  • LS AWD: $37,240 (+$500)
  • Exceed AWD: $43,490 (+$500)

PHEV grades:

  • ES: $47,790 (+$500)
  • Aspire: $51,740 (+$500)
  • Exceed: $56,490 (+$500)