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2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross vs. Honda CR-V


If you’re in the market for a compact SUV, you may be considering the Honda CR-V. However, while the Honda CR-V is a popular option, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is the better option overall. Between its impressive warranties and family-friendly amenities, the Eclipse Cross is superior to the CR-V in the areas that count most.
 

Better warranty coverage


New Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross models come with fantastic warranties, and you’ll be hard-pressed to find an SUV that beats them. As of 2020, the SUV is covered by a five-year/60,000-mile fully transferable New Vehicle Limited Warranty, five-year/Unlimited Miles Roadside Assistance and a seven-year/100,000-mile Anti-Corrosion/Perforation Limited Warranty. The Honda CR-V hardly compares with its three-Year/36,000-Mile Limited Vehicle Warranty, three-Year/36,000-Mile Roadside Assistance and five-Year/Unlimited Miles Corrosion Limited Warranty. Best of all, the Eclipse Cross comes with a 10-year/100,000-mile Powertrain Limited Warranty that far exceeds the five-Year/60,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty of the CR-V.
 

Superior connectivity


The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross features a wide range of technologies that can keep you connected, entertained and informed on the go. The SUV comes standard with 7-inch display audio, while the Honda CR-V has a standard 5-inch LCD screen. By having a larger screen, the Eclipse Cross makes it easier to read information from the driver’s seat. The Eclipse Cross also features HD Radio®, which provides you with a high-quality music-listening experience. This is only an available option on the CR-V, which means you need to pay more to enjoy it.
 

Ideal city driver


If you intend to drive through a bustling city, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is more adept at proving a smooth ride. For , the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has a smaller width and length than the Honda CR-V, allowing the Eclipse Cross to better handle tight turns and narrow streets. Furthermore, if you’re driving on a cool morning, SUV’s available heated front and rear seats can keep your whole family warm. The CR-V is only available with heated front seats.
 
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is the ideal family-hauler. Learn more about the SUV when you test-drive it at Atzenhoffer Mitsubishi in Victoria, Texas.

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