Plug-in hybrid version of facelifted mid-size SUV brings 55km of EV range and can power your home
Three versions of the new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV (plug-in hybrid) will arrive in Australia next month priced from $46,490 plus on-road costs.
Bringing the number of variants in the facelifted 2021 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross range released last November to 12, the first plug-in version starts just $500 higher than the cheapest plug-in hybrid mainstream mid-size SUV, the MG HS PHEV (from $45,990 plus ORCs).
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