It’s quite easy to see why so many drivers praise the 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, given that it’s rugged, powerful, and spacious. Our dealers at Mike Miller Mitsubishi believe the best way to test the mettle of a vehicle is to set it up against a competitor, and what better competitor than the 2020 Jeep® Compass.

The Jeep Compass and the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross are fairly comparable vehicles, but there are a few areas where the Jeep Compass falls rather short of the finish line. First things first, let’s talk tech. Jeep has had an issue with adding technology to their vehicles for quite some time now. While their line of SUVs may be great at tackling rugged off-road obstacles, they remain eons behind automotive technology trends and it shows in the 2020 Jeep Compass.

The 2020 Jeep Compass doesn’t come with much in the way of standard safety unless you count seatbelts and airbags. The 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, on the other hand, comes standard with automatic emergency braking, lane-departure warnings, and automatic high-beams no matter what model you buy, and things only go up from there.

Interior features also see a stark difference between this new Mitsubishi and Jeep’s SUV. While the Jeep model comes with an Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay™ compatible infotainment system, you won’t find the same heated seats or voice recognition software that you’ll find in the 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross.

Technology is just one area where the Jeep Compass and the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross differ greatly. To get the full scoop, visit with one of our Mitsubishi dealers in Peoria. At Mike Miller Mitsubishi, we’re all about transparency and we’ll showcase every aspect of our vehicles to hopefully help you purchase one that you love to drive.