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How much cost Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross car insurance?

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross General Information

The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has a cool stylized look and its quiet functionality are positive aspects this vehicle. However, it does have poor fuel consumption. It does have a lower than average insurance rate come from its five-star safety rating from NHTSA and its superior grade from IIHS are definitely a factor in its pricing.

How much does it cost to insure my Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

The insurance rate of the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is $19 lower than other vehicles in its class. It sits between $79 and $104/month. Liability only costs around $500/year or $42/month. Generally the annual costs is between $822 and $2,148 with the average at $1,937. Good safety ratings and lower power equates to one of the most affordable new vehicles to insure on the market.

Model Year Total Premium
2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse $1,252
2011 Mitsubishi Eclipse $1,203
2010 Mitsubishi Eclipse $1,175

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The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross sports a 152 hp 1.5L four-cylinder engine gets the job done but doesn't have the pep that usually comes with a four-cylinder motor. Its fuel consumption is 26 mpg and 29 mpg on the highway with a combined figure of 27 mpg. It’s a standard commuter, but isn't designed for much more than basic function. There are a lot of bells and whistles available but most don't come standard.

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Safety Rating And Damage Threshold

The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has driver-assisted technology available, but it is all optional and doesn't come standard. It still has a highly favorable five-star rating and superior overall safety rating from NHTSA and IIHS respectively. The damage threshold for this vehicle is $18,142 based on 75% of the vehicles suggested cost.

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