Stewarts Automotive Group introduces Eclipse Cross
Stewart’s Automotive Group, in association with Mitsubishi Motors, has launched the all-new 2021 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. It has added something new to the Mitsubishi family as the company has been noticeably missing from the compact crossover segment.
Its dynamic shield design conveys striking confidence with distinct, edgy body lines that flow to the raked rear hatch. The 2.0-liter engine delivers an exciting response from low to high RPM thanks to the optimised valve timing of Mitsubishi innovative valve timing electronic control system.
“Mitsubishi continues to live up to its moniker, ‘Drive your Ambition’ with the launch of the all-new Eclipse Cross. For us, it is all about consistently delivering unmatched driving experiences to anyone sitting behind the steering wheel of our vehicles, and in this case, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has lived up to this tradition. We’re very excited about the feedback since it arrived in Jamaica and look forward to putting them on the road,” said James S. Lechler, business development manager at Stewart’s Automotive Group.
When it comes to cargo space, the Eclipse Cross does not fall short. “It has up to 49 cubic feet of cargo space between the trunk and collapsible passenger seats, plus trunk space of 22.6 cubic feet for you to pack whatever you need,” Lechler added.
Safety features of the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross include Mitsubishi’s reinforced safety evolution frame body, seven SRS Airbags, a reverse camera system with front and rear parking sensors, and adaptive cruise control.
Meanwhile, boasting a full high-quality interior, the all-new SUV crossover also features eight-way power adjustable driver’s seat for ultimate comfort and convenience, a Rockford Fosgate audio system, dual-zone automatic climate control, and, 60/40 rear seat folding function with slide and recline adjustments.