New Mitsubishi Crossover Vehicles in Jacksonville

Which Crossover Vehicle is the Right CUV for You? Let Orange Park Mitsubishi Help You Decide

Deciding among today's new cars and trucks can be quite the undertaking. Questions about which way to go can be as numerous as your options, especially here in our northern Florida neighborhood, home to just as many new car dealerships. You've got a general idea of what you'd like, though -- an all-around performer, ready to handle nearly any stretch of road or patch of weather sent its way. A car that is capable yet practical, safe yet fun to drive, and most of all, roomy for everything from solo weekend adventures to extended family trips. You wouldn't mind some of the latest technologies around, either. So, you've figured out where you'd like to start: with a new Mitsubishi crossover.

But, with your alternatives here on Blanding Boulevard being fourfold, which is the right route to take? Well, it lies in the unique details of what you and the gang need -- and they're an excellent place to begin exploring. And, not to worry: our team of experts can help you make the right choice. Feel free to start by getting to know our new Mitsubishi CUV lineup, and then, when you're ready for a firsthand experience, be sure to stop by and see us here at Orange Park Mitsubishi in Jacksonville for a test drive!

New 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

Design & Performance

A go-getter of a compact SUV in trims ranging from ES 1.5T and LE 1.5T S-AWC to SE 1.5T S-AWC and SEL 1.5T S-AWC, the new Eclipse Cross is all about everyday utility, but with a few cutting-edge touches.

For instance, it's more boldly styled than most new SUVs in the segment, with a sportier, almost coupe-like design skirted by LED daytime running and rear combination tail lighting, chrome accents, and more. 

Secondly, it delivers that hallmark confident Mitsubishi driving feel when merging, passing, and even off the beaten path thanks to a turbocharged 152-horsepower, 1.5-liter engine that puts out 184 pound-feet of torque, an easy-to-use continuously variable transmission with a peppy Sport Mode, and available S-AWC Super All-Wheel Control all-wheel drive. 

Expect sharp steering when navigating spaces at a premium, owing to a tight 34.8-to-35.0-foot turning radius, as well as super fuel economy -- up to 26 city mpg, 29 highway mpg, and 27 combined mpg by EPA estimates, depending on trim.

Technology Features

The small crossover's also the tech-savvier alternative to many other contenders out there, with a 7.0-inch infotainment system, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto standard with a step up from the base model, USB and Bluetooth connectivity, SiriusXM support, HD Radio, and four- and six-speaker audio options that become a 710-watt, nine-speaker Rockford Fosgate premium system in higher trims. 

Plus, you can count on a range of driver-assist tech to offer peace of mind, from the comfort of home to any destination on the map and back again. Features include a blind-spot warning, lane change assist, rear cross-traffic alert, forward collision mitigation, and lane departure warning. Choose a model with an available Mitsubishi Connect telematics system, and you gain wraparound protection like automatic collision notification as well as remote features like door locking and unlocking and parental notifications, which include those of location, speed, and curfew -- ideal for younger drivers.

Cargo Capacity

Of course, Eclipse Cross offers an efficient space for passengers and cargo alike, too. It seats five in up to 94.6 cubic feet, with up to 48.9 cubic feet designated for luggage and essentials when sliding, reclining, split rear seating is folded. What's more, with a 1,500-pound towing capacity and available roof rails, you can haul both a small trailerful and extras along for the ride.

None of this is to mention that a new Mitsubishi crossover SUV is better quality assured than most other makes, with 10 years or 100,000 miles of powertrain warranty coverage standard.

New 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander


The new Outlander, on the other hand, is an ideal choice of compact SUV for a seasoned traveling family on a budget. Whether you choose a base ES 2.4 trim, step up to SE 2.4, or opt for ones like SEL 2.4 or GT 3.0 S-AWC at the top of the line, an understatedly elegant design is just the beginning of what you can expect. Clean, attractive design lines, which give way to chrome grille and silver bumper accents, LED lighting, and available LED fog lights, are sure to turn heads in town and down the highway.

Engine & Performance

Finally, there's something for both the weekly nine-to-fiver and one's inner performance driver in engine options from high-efficiency to high-octane. Base models feature a 166-horsepower, 2.4-liter I4 capable of 162 pound-feet of torque, while upper trim levels incorporate a 224-horsepower, 3.0-liter V6 delivering a spirited 215 pound-feet. Choose between a CVT transmission or six-speed automatic for smooth gear shifts, and both All-Wheel Control and Super All-Wheel Control, our automaker's advanced AWD systems, are available for the all-terrain. Outlander gets great fuel efficiency, up to an EPA-estimated 25 city mpg, 30 highway mpg, and 27 combined mpg depending on trim, as well as top ratings historically for safety from the IIHS. Plus, driver-assistance standards and options range from blind spot warning, lane change assist, and rear cross traffic alert to forward collision mitigation, adaptive cruise control, and lane departure warning.

Cargo Space & Technology

There's also a little more space for everyone and a boatload of gear than in smaller Mitsubishi SUVs. Outlander can seat up to seven comfortably across three rows in more than 123 cubic feet of passenger space, home to either fabric or available leather seating. Plus, accommodations come optionally heated, as does the steering wheel, up front -- a lap of luxury for any trip. There's a tad more cargo space than the rest, too -- up to 63.3 cubic feet, to be sure, accessible easily via a remote power tailgate -- and the SUV can tow 1,500 to 3,500 pounds, enough for a small pop-up tent trailer, a dirt bike or two, or even an ATV. Let's not forget tech features in abundance, from standards like a 7-inch touchscreen and rearview camera to an available multi-view camera to much of what you can expect in other Mitsubishi crossovers.

New Mitsubishi Outlander Sport

Design & Performance

If you're looking for exceptional value in an affordable value package, keep your eye on Outlander Sport. A subcompact SUV in trims spanning the gamut from 2.0 ES and 2.0 SE to 2.4 GT, its aggressive yet stylish design, with revised front and rear bumpers in a choice of black or silver garnishes, a standard roof spoiler, new LED running lights, and a host of fetching accents, is just one of many examples of what makes it so.

Two spirited engines appear as well. One's a 148-horsepower, 2.0-liter four-cylinder that can put out 145 pound-feet of torque, and the others a bumped-up 168-horsepower, 2.4-liter I4 that shells 167 pound-feet. With a choice between a five-speed manual transmission and an available CVT with Sportronic® tech, there's a shifter for handling preferences from hands-on to minimally engaging. An, with All-Wheel Control available, Outlander Sport provides solid, mannerly driving characteristics out in the great wide-open and easy maneuvering in tight urban areas and parking lots. You can even look forward to respectable fuel economy along the way -- by EPA estimation, up to 24 mpg city, 30 mpg highway, and 27 mpg combined depending on trim.

Cargo Space

Its tidy, comfortable interior is home to enough passenger and cargo room for shorter trips and weekend pleasure cruises -- up to 97.5 cubic feet for the whole family, around 21.7 cubic feet or so for essentials behind rear 60/40 split seats, and up to 49.5 cubic feet total with them folded, with an available roof rack for extras. If you're not looking to tow, this is the right option for you.


Of course, it's a choice that's just as safe as other Mitsubishi crossovers, with several driver-assistance options ranging from blind spot, rear cross traffic, and departure warnings and lane change assist to a forward collision mitigation system. That's not to mention one just as technologically forward-thinking, with a wide range of standards and options from 7.0-inch infotainment and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to USB and Bluetooth connectivity, SiriusXM and HD Radio support, and four- and six-speaker sound systems.

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New Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Hybrid Performance

But the centerpiece of the Outlander PHEV experience? It's highly efficient, and the only small SUV in its class to date with a plug-in hybrid powertrain: a 117-horsepower, 2.0-liter MIVEC I4 engine paired with a 60kW electric motor. Fuel economy stats are stellar as a result: a total driving range of up to 310 miles by EPA estimates (up to 74 mpge combined) and up to 22 miles of travel possible on electric power alone. Bring versatile DC Fast Charge, level 1 and 2 charging abilities into the mix, and you can be ready to go in no time.

Design & Trim Levels

With creature comforts and amenities galore, the Outlander PHEV seats five in two rows with more than 100 cubic feet of interior space. Expect exceptionally comfortable premium leather seating, too, heated and power-adjustable up front and flanked by soft-touch materials throughout as well as an optionally heated leather-wrapped steering wheel. An available tilting power glass sunroof with sunshade provides a welcome touch of Mother Nature on agreeable days.

This compact plug-in hybrid electric vehicle is the right choice for jet-setting commuters, road-trippers, and those just looking to go the extra mile more often.

In SEL S-AWC and GT S-AWC trims, the new Outlander PHEV surely looks the part of a more rugged crossover SUV, with chrome accents, a sleek sill and beltline, two-tone alloy wheels, LED running lights, and standard fog lighting. It's also a fun handler, with a standard Twin Motor Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) all-wheel drivetrain. Not to mention, it's one of the safer bets out there, with a top rating from the IIHS, standard blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, and lane change assist features, and options ranging from adaptive cruise control and forward collision mitigation to a lane departure warning system and multi-view camera.

Cargo Space

There's also an enormous cargo hold, with extra hauling capacity available to boot. More than 77 cubic feet sprawls out when the SUV's 60/40 split-folding rear seating is collapsed, and with standard roof rails and a 1,500-pound max tow rating, that small trailer you've been holding out to load up can be secured for the ride. Advanced infotainment like a six-speaker, 7.0-inch Smartphone Link Display Audio system, complete with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, can help you stay entertained and connected for the duration, while available nine-speaker, 710-watt Rockford Fosgate premium audio can transform your travel soundtrack into an anthem.



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