2020 Eclipse Cross: 5 Features You Probably Didn't Know | Mitsubishi SUVs

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Did You Know What Comes with the 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross?

The Eclipse Cross is a Mitsubishi SUV known for its peppy performance, quiet cabin, and useful cargo storage. We all knew that! So what’s new in the 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross? This crossover has equipment ranging from cool to curious and Vern Eide Mitsubishi in Sioux Falls has listed 5 features of the 2020 Eclipse Cross that you probably didn’t know.

1. S-AWC Drive Mode Selector

2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross S-AWC Gear Selector

When equipped with the available S-AWC (Super All-Wheel Control) system, the 2020 Eclipse Cross has a drive mode selector that comes with three different settings: Auto, Snow, and Gravel. With our fair share of dirt roads, challenging terrain, and winter weather storms, South Dakota drivers are sure to appreciate this feature.
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2. Power-Sliding Sunshades

The 2020 Eclipse Cross SEL with the Touring Package features a panoramic sunroof that provides plenty of fresh air and expanded visibility. But did you know the dual-pane glass panels in the front and rear come equipped with power-sliding sunshades? Now both the front seat passengers and backseat riders can customize their riding experience.

3. Stay Powered On

Even after you shut down the engine of your 2020 Eclipse Cross, you can still draw power from the battery for things like charging your phone or listening to the stereo system. Now you won’t have to keep the engine running while you listen to the radio during those in-vehicle lunch breaks. The default setting is 30 minutes but you can increase it to one hour or shut it off completely.

4. Turn Signal Settings

Are you that driver who forgets to turn off their blinker after a lane change? If so, this feature will help you out. The 2020 Eclipse Cross allows you to choose between two distinct turn signal sounds. The first setting is traditional (and more subtle) tick-tock noise, while the second option sounds like the beeping you hear at a city crosswalk.

5. Intermittent Rear Windshield Wiper

2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Rain-Sensing Windshield Wipers

There’s no doubt the rear windshield wiper on the 2020 Eclipse Cross is a helpful piece of equipment. What you might not have known is you can adjust the time between swipes. The intermittent setting allows you to choose from zero, 4, 8, or 16 seconds before the next window clearing.

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