The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Tackles the Competition in a Side-By-Side Comparison

At Cutter Mitsubishi - Aiea, we know our customers in the greater Honolulu area love SUVs and crossovers for their spaciousness and style, and we're proud to carry a lineup of great Mitsubishi models that offer both.

If you're interested in upgrading your Kaneohe commutes with a new Mitsubishi crossover, allow us to introduce you to the latest model to join our collection - the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. This stunning model offers an incredible array of standard features, all in a fun-to-drive vehicle with eye-catching style. Plus, best of all, it's all backed up by the signature Mitsubishi warranty program.

A Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is a fantastic option for any Hawaii driver, whether you have a small family or you're a single professional. But if you're considering other models and you're not sure which way to go, we can help. We've done our homework and put together this comparison information, to help you understand what sets our model apart from similarly sized competing models.

The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and the Toyota C-HR, Two Small SUVs with One Clear Winner


All-wheel drive can really come in handy during the rainy periods here in Aiea, and with an annual average of around 61 inches of rain, we're no strangers to navigating wet roads. If you prefer the peace of mind and added traction of all-wheel drive, the Eclipse Cross is the way to go. It has available all-wheel drive as an option, while the Toyota C-HR doesn't have it available anywhere in its lineup.


The superiority of the Mitsubishi manufacturer warranty over many other brands is undeniable. Mitsubishi offers coverage for 10 years or 100,000 miles on the Eclipse Cross, while the Toyota C-HR is only covered for 5 years or 60,000 miles.

Power and performance

Both crossovers come with four-cylinder engines under their hoods as the standard equipment. But the Mitsubishi engine is turbocharged, offering more power and a nice, responsive acceleration. Look for 152 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque on every Eclipse Cross, and just 144 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque for the Toyota.

Fuel Capacity and Range

The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross will take you further on a tank of gas than the Toyota C-HR. It has a larger fuel tank, and a greater range. The Eclipse Cross averages 432 miles in the city and 481 miles on the highway, while the Toyota goes around 356 miles in the city and 409 miles on the highway.

Cargo Space

You'll be able to carry more cargo with the Eclipse Cross, where the cargo hold accommodates up to 22.6 cubic feet with the seats in place, compared the to C-HR cargo hold, which only holds 19.1 cubic feet.

Passenger Comfort and Space

While both crossovers have similar exterior measurements in most areas, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross maximizes its dimensions better by giving drivers an interior passenger cabin that's more comfortable, in both the front and the backseats. For example, the Eclipse Cross has more than 35 inches of backseat legroom, while the Toyota offers around 31 inches of legroom in the back. Also, the Mitsubishi gives you more front seat headroom, and a roomier space to stretch out in with greater elbow room all around than the Toyota.

Discover the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross near Kailua

When you're ready to stand out from the crowd, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is ready to help. Stop by and visit us in person in Aiea and let our sales team introduce you to this exciting SUV and show you all the ways it comes out ahead in any side-by-side comparison.


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