The 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is a fantastic vehicle for small families all on its own. But some accessories can add even more family-friendly functionality to the 2020 Eclipse Cross, so here’s what you should look for.
All-Weather Floor Mats
Getting all-weather floor mats put into your vehicle could be a carpet saver, especially when you have young passengers in the back seats. These mats can protect your floors from juice and food spills, plus keep mud, snow and rainwater from destroying the carpets. When it’s time you can easily remove them for an easy clean.
Cargo Management System
The available Cargo Management System can help you keep your Eclipse Cross organized during every drive. When you don’t need it set up you can easily collapse it and store it, giving it the ultimate functionality.
Roadside Assistance Kit
If you happen to break down on the side of the road, the Roadside Assistance Kit can help you get your vehicle up and running again. It contains essentials like gloves, a tarp, jumper cables, tools, and glow sticks to help you fix your vehicle or flag down a passerby for help.
Finally, there are plenty of family-fun activities that can be made easier by adding roof rails. You can easily find a way to attach multiple bikes or even a canoe to the top of your Eclipse Cross, so you can enjoy a great family adventure.
You can get all of the latest and greatest Mitsubishi accessories at Larry Jay Mitsubishi in Charlotte.
Want to enhance your Eclipse Cross in new and exciting ways? Aftermarket accessories let you augment your Mitsubishi crossover SUV how you want, equipping new tools and comforts to improve your ride. These are some of the Eclipse Cross accessories you can buy from Larry Jay Mitsubishi.
Rubber Floor Mats
Just because your Eclipse Cross comes with basic carpet mats doesn’t mean you shouldn’t replace them — especially if you live in Charlotte, where the rain and mud get sloppy. Buy a set of durable all-weather mats for your Mitsubishi that won’t soak up moisture and become moldy.
Roof Rail Rack
If you plan to go camping or kayaking in North Carolina, like at nearby Lake Wylie, install roof rails in your Eclipse Cross. This gives you extra storage space so you don’t fill the back seat with long, bulky items.
If you spend a lot of time on the highways or gravel country roads, get a hood protector for your Eclipse Cross. It’s a simple yet useful tool that will shield incoming rocks and debris from scratching and denting the hood.
If you want to take your Eclipse Cross or other Mitsubishi vehicle to the next level, contact the parts counter at Larry Jay Mitsubishi. We’d be happy to show you what we can install in your SUV.
The Eclipse Cross was tested by the NHTSA through the New Car Assessment Program. In order to receive an Overall score of five stars with the NHTSA, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross needed to get five stars in nearly each crash test category. Passenger safety in frontal crash tests scored at five stars. Both side crash tests, involving driver and passenger, earned five-star ratings, while only the driver in the front test and the rollover test earned four stars.
These days, it’s not just enough for a vehicle to hold up and protect passengers in a collision. Safety ratings also takes into account the vehicle’s ability to help you avoid a collision. The NHTSA recommends available safety systems on the 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross such as Forward Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning, and an automatic braking feature that comes with the Forward Collision Mitigation System. Best of all, the Eclipse Cross offers more safety features for the 2020 model year than the previous model year.
When a new car is born, a new advertising campaign is born as well. It’s one of the best and most efficient ways to spread the news about a fresh addition to the lineup. Mitsubishi recently shared some information about its upcoming ad campaign for the all-new Eclipse Cross.
The campaign is called “A Classic Reborn,” an apt title considering the circumstances surrounding the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, a crossover that slots between the Mitsubishi Outlander and the Outlander Sport models. While its design may be new, its name is not. The original Mitsubishi Eclipse was a beloved sports sedan that was discontinued a few years back.
But the new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross was designed to meet more current needs. It’s still sporty in performance and appearance, but can accommodate lifestyles that require additional benefits of a crossover. That’s what Mitsubishi intends to share in its “A Classic Reborn” ad campaign, which will appear on its YouTube Channel and major television networks. Violin and piano play “I Wanna Rock” by Twisted Sister over shots of the Eclipse Cross driving in the night. The mysterious ad will engage the attention of viewers, letting them know that there’s a new Mitsubishi in town.