Designed to sell:
The carryover 2020 Eclipse Cross continues arriving at dealers and already carries cash incentives. Front-wheel drive is now standard on all versions, not the just lowest trim.
The 2019 Eclipse Cross should remain in stock for at least another month.
Pricing has been aggressive, and you'll likely find good value wherever you shop.
Current offers are available nationally through March 31, 2020.
Healthy cash off:
Mitsubishi continues to offer a $3,000 rebate on the 2019 Eclipse Cross to all buyers. This will probably be the final cash offer of the model year.
There is no standard rebate on the 2020 Eclipse Cross this month but it is eligible for up to $2,000 in unadvertised dealer cash. This allows you some room to negotiate on price. However, dealers are not required to pass these savings on to buyers so we recommend shopping around for the best deal.
Leasing looks the same:
Like last month, you can lease a 2019 Eclipse Cross ES with all-wheel drive from $269 for 36 months (12,000 miles a year) with $3,043 due at signing. This equates to an effective monthly cost of $354. That's an improvement over some previous offers, but still not a good value for this price class.
The current offer on the front-drive 2020 Eclipse Cross ES is $246 a month with $3,995 due at signing. That's no better in terms of value.
Keep in mind the Eclipse Cross has never been a reliably good lease value, so it's usually a better value when purchased.
Instead of the standard rebate on the 2019 Eclipse Cross, you can get 0% financing for 72 months, plus $500 bonus cash.
Surprising, the same deal is now available on 2020 Eclipse Cross, except the loan term is limited to 60 months.