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|2017 Powertrain: Cons|
|Though Mitsubishi pulled the Eclipse Cross's chassis out of the parts bin, it did develop an all-new engine for the crossover. The direct-injected 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine can kick out 152 horsepower. While enough for typical driving, ask for anything beyond adequate and the Eclipse Cross feels weak. The 164-horsepower (161 for 2019) non-turbocharged 2.0-liter engine in the Hyundai Tucson feels little if any stronger. But, unlike Mitsubishi, Hyundai offers other engines. Uplevel 2018 Tucsons were fitted with a 175-horsepower 1.6-liter turbocharged engine or, in the Sport, a 181-horsepower 2.4-liter engine. For 2019 the 1.6T engine has been replaced entirely by the 2.4. Either engine feels much stronger than the Mitsubishi 1.5T. As CVTs go, the Eclipse's isn't bad. You can even manually shift it among eight simulated gears. But most people will prefer the feel of Hyundai's stepped-gear transmissions. see full review|
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