2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Safety Features
The 2020 Eclipse Cross in Freehold, Asbury Park, and Belmar has established itself as one of the most family-oriented cars in the segment of compact SUVs. The all-new 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has been loaded with safety features to ensure that the passengers inside are protected and feel safe at all times. As their tagline claims, "There's no such thing as too safe."
Safety Features Included with the all-new 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross
Rain Sensing Wipers
As we all know, our roads become notably accident-prone when it starts raining. There can be various reasons associated with this – slippery roads, low visibility, and distracted drivers. While nature is not in our hands, Mitsubishi has decided to take the protection of Mitsubishi owners in their hands. The 2020 Cross has been fitted with Rain Sensing Wipers, which get activated as soon as the first drop of rain strikes. The wipers also adjust their frequency with the rain's intensity, which allows the driver to maintain adequate concentration on the road.
Blind Spot Warning
This feature helps the driver identify if there's a car approaching from any side that the driver may not be able to see.
Lane Change Assist
While changing lanes, there might be a car getting closer without notice. The lane change assist, in such cases, warns the driver that it may be unsafe to switch lanes right now.
Adaptive Cruise Control
In adaptive cruise control, the vehicle will adjust its own pace according to the automobile in front and will maintain a safe distance at all times. Once the car ahead leaves your lane or speeds up, the vehicle will resume the rate you've set in the system.
RISE Body Vehicle
The Eclipse Cross 2020 has been designed to absorb energy during high-impact collisions, protecting the passengers inside. There have also been reinforcements across the vehicle, which keeps it sturdy even during an accident.
Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
When you're backing out of a parking spot, this system helps detect if there's any car coming from either direction. If it senses an approach, a warning light will blink on both the side mirrors along with a warning message.