The 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross sports a head-turning design and convenient technology, but some of the SUV’s most impressive features come in the form of cutting-edge safety systems.
RISE Body Construction
Safety starts with the construction of the vehicle itself. The 2020 Eclipse Cross makes use of Mitsubishi’s RISE Body Construction, which stands for Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution. This construct utilizes a proprietary body style that features strategically placed crumple zones to better protect passengers from injury in the event of an accident.
One of the best ways to prevent a collision is by making the road more visible to the driver. Thanks to features like Fog Lights and LED Running Lights, drivers can see better in dim or hazy conditions. The available Multi-View Camera and Blind Spot Warning systems also provide added awareness of surroundings, allowing drivers to see around their vehicle in ways they never could before. Mitsubishi even offers available rain-sensing wipers, which automatically turn on and adjust speed according to the weather.
Collision Mitigation and Cruise Control
When you’re on the road, sensors in the 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross can make use of semiautonomous driving technology to prevent collisions. For example, an available Forward Collision Mitigation System with High Speed Braking Capability automatically senses the risk of a front-end crash, and can apply the brakes if necessary. Adaptive Cruise Control functions similarly by adjusting the speed of the Eclipse Cross to match the flow of traffic.
When you buy a Mitsubishi, you can rest assured that it has been outfitted with some of the most advanced safety features on the market. Take a drive to Bell Mitsubishi today and get a first-hand look at all of the ways the 2020 Eclipse Cross is designed to keep you safe on the road.