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Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV Reviews | Overview

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MITSUBISHI Australia has the enviable placement of ‘first mover status’ in phrases of the plug-in hybrid (PHEV) SUV house in this region, and were it not for a thing identified as the Holden Volt, the 3-Diamond manufacturer would have been the very first to promote a PHEV in Australia, interval.


But although the company’s very first plug-in, the 2013 Outlander PHEV, would go on to only account for approximately two per cent of all Outlander income, Mitsubishi’s 2nd hard work at a mass-sector PHEV claims to make a bigger splash.


With a value of entry $1500 under the Outlander PHEV but with shut to a $13K high quality around the petrol Eclipse Cross and the lowest priced PHEV currently being $5700 extra than the most high-priced combustion-only product, Mitsubishi prefers to see electrified variants current at a stage previously mentioned the frequent Eclipse Cross loved ones. Even so, it’s by no suggests affordable.


Nonetheless, although the Outlander PHEV experienced the electrified SUV sector quite much all to itself for much of the past eight yrs, the Eclipse Cross PHEV should do battle with rivals like the Kia Niro, MG HS and extra traditional hybrids like the extraordinarily preferred Toyota RAV4 hybrid.


Is the Eclipse Cross recipe suitable more than enough to see off these kinds of stiff opposition?

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