The horsepower is a this thing that most of us pay the biggest attention to. In this case, it is the Audi Q3, which has by 193 more horsepower when compared to the Mitsubishi, which makes this vehicle distinctly better in terms of top speed. Having more horsepower the Audi Q3 RS Q3 should as well give distinctly more flexiblility in specific gears.
The difference at the level of 176 percent is really huge as a result of which the Audi Q3 RS Q3 2.5 TFSI 310HP automatic 4x4 has much more better flexibility of the engine, it speeds up much more faster and has stronger towing power.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
The Audi speeds up to 100k\h by
quicker in relation to the Mitsubishi. A significant difference in
acceleration in favor of the Audi Q3 will allow him to overtake much
faster and avoid other obstacles.
The Audi Q3 RS Q3 2.5 TFSI 310HP automatic 4x4 has by
37 % higher maximum
compared to the Mitsubishi ASX SUV 1.6 MIVEC 117HP manual, as a result
of which a long route, for example
when it is straight and there is no speed limits, can be
more faster. The difference may be noticeable during travelling on the road without speed limits.
Maximal torque RPM
A big difference in rotations per minute at which the maximum torque is generated distinctly indicates that a vehicle with an engine that doesn’t need taking it up at high revs is this of the Audi Q3 RS Q3. The engine of the Mitsubishi ASX reaches its full efficiency at 3,995 revolutions/minute which is by 62 percent worst result than the Audi Q3 RS Q3.
The width of the car influences directly on passanger's inner room and driving stability. The Audi is 4 percent wider in relation to the Mitsubishi ASX SUV. It is often clearly perceptible by driver and passenger in front, who have more room for their elbows.
In the aspect of fuel tank size it is the Audi which can comprise 3 % more fuel compared with the Mitsubishi ASX SUV 1.6 MIVEC 117HP manual. The average fuel container capacity in the small off-road 4x4 segment, which is represented by the Audi Q3 RS Q3 2.5 TFSI 310HP automatic 4x4, is 61 l, whereas in small off-road 4x4 segment (represented by the Mitsubishi ASX) it amounts to 61 liters.
Number of gears
The Audi Q3 has a one extra
speed in comparison to the
Mitsubishi. Most often the
extra gear is used as an overdrive thanks to which the previous
gears can be narrower in order to
allow increased performance in the
lower speeds. One more gear as well affect
fuel consumption and CO2 output.
The Audi has 56 percent bigger engine displacement in relation to the Mitsubishi ASX SUV. The difference is relatively large. Consequently the Audi should accelerate faster and be able to achieve higher top speed. On the other hand bigger engine displacement means worst fuel economy.
Gross trailer weight
The Audi Q3 RS Q3 2.5 TFSI 310HP automatic 4x4 is 119 mm longer in comparison to the Mitsubishi. Long vehicles have more interior space and usually provide plenty of trunk space. Although the Audi Q3 seems to be better option for families or persons who value convenient driving that make them feel fresh and relaxed upon arriving, the Mitsubishi ASX SUV may be more appropriate to singles as it will not cause troubles with parking and will be more maneuverable.
Model release date
Because of the fact that the Mitsubishi ASX debuted only 1 year prior to the Audi Q3 RS Q3 2.5 TFSI 310HP automatic 4x4, the gap between technology applied in both vehicles is not really huge, however, the Audi Q3 RS Q3 may feature slightly more modern solutions used in it.
Automatic gearbox which is installed in the Audi Q3 RS Q3 in spite of having a few drawback offers much more better comfort of driving. After a long time spent at the steering wheel the driver is less exhausted. Also automatic puts less strain on the engine because of the factory settings of shifts in specific revs range.