More technology, more equipment and more space for this perennially popular small SUV that can also power your house, as Glenn Butler discovers.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross five-seat, five-door SUV has been a long-time favourite of Australian new car buyers that prioritise value and peace of mind over frills and thrills.
This small SUV competes for consumer attention with the likes of the MG ZS, Mazda CX-30, Subaru XV, Hyundai Kona, Toyota C-HR and 19 other small SUVs.
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