The fuel economy is distinctly to BMW X5 E70 SUV Facelifting's advantage. This car uses 6.5 l less oil in the mixed cycle than the Mitsubishi Pajero IV SUV 3d 3.8 MIVEC 250HP automatic 4x4. Keep in mind that average fuel consumption in the mixed cycle for the large SUV segment, in which the BMW is classified, equals to 12.2 l while the BMW uses by 41 percent less fuel than the average.
Thanks to 65 percent greater torque, the engine of the BMW X5 E70 SUV Facelifting does a much better job of transmitting power to the wheels than the Mitsubishi Pajero IV SUV 3d. This, in turn, have a positive impact on a car's acceleration.
The BMW X5 E70 uses 8.8 l fewer fuel in urban cycle compared with the Mitsubishi Pajero IV SUV 3d 3.8 MIVEC 250HP automatic 4x4. The difference at the level of 8.8 l will be quite significant in everyday using vehicle. Additionally, within years it will bring gigantic cost savings. Moreover keep in mind that medium results of the average fuel consumption might be considerably increased if you ride dynamically. The difference in fuel consumption of the cars compared by you is so big that you should consider to choose cars with engines of similar power and similar dimensions. Only then will the comparision have a sense.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
If a swift driving is what you are really in to, the BMW fits you better as it’s
acceleration to 100 km/h is
better in relation to
the Mitsubishi Pajero IV SUV 3d.
The BMW has 235 liters
more capable boot
compared with the Mitsubishi.
Such a difference is significant
so it will is relevant to the comfort of the
vehicle’s usage. At the same time that
the BMW X5 E70 SUV Facelifting has
trunk size than the average in its segment. Larger
boot will be useful during family
journeys and also during
The top velocity possible to be reached by the BMW X5 E70 SUV Facelifting xDrive30d 245HP manual 4x4 is greater than the Mitsubishi Pajero IV SUV 3d by 10 kilometers per hour, which allows the BMW X5 E70 SUV Facelifting xDrive30d 245HP manual 4x4 to travel quicker long stretches of highway. The difference at the level of 10 kilometers per hour is little and will be insignificant in everyday driving.
Maximal torque RPM
The rotational speed where the maximum torque is reached shows us how fast an engine achieves its full output with increase in revolutions. The lower rmp or the wider range in which the torque is the highest, the more the engine is flexible and a sensation of acceleration should be felt faster.
Distance between two sides of a vehicle directly affects room in the cabin as well as stability on road. The BMW X5 E70 is widther by 3 percent compared with the Mitsubishi Pajero IV and is not really important. The medium for the „large SUV” segment equals to approximately 1,866 millimeters and is by 4 % larger than the same attribute of the BMW.
The Mitsubishi is worst that the BMW in the category of fuel tank capacity. The BMW is able to hold by 24 % more fuel compared with the Mitsubishi Pajero IV.
The BMW has 387 mm longer wheelbase in relation to Mitsubishi Pajero IV SUV 3d. As a result the BMW X5 E70 SUV Facelifting is safer and has a better stability. Moreover, longer wheelbase influences on convenient and more comfortable traveling.
The BMW is 11 % longer when compared to the Mitsubishi Pajero IV SUV 3d 3.8 MIVEC 250HP automatic 4x4. Long vehicles more of passenger space and also have plenty of trunk space. Although the BMW X5 E70 SUV Facelifting seems to be better option for families or drivers who value convenient driving that make them feel fresh and relaxed upon arriving, the Mitsubishi Pajero IV SUV 3d 3.8 MIVEC 250HP automatic 4x4 may appeal to the young as it will not cause troubles with parking and will be more maneuverable.
Number of doors
It seems to be quite obvious that the five-door BMW X5 E70 is more usable and if you frequently travel with more than one passenger then this car is only possible option for you. The biggest advantage of a five-door car is that it’s not only easier for passengers to climb into the back but it’s also easier to put luggage and cargo into the car when the rear seats are folded flat. However, three-door cars like the Mitsubishi very often look much cooler and for those who rarely have passengers in the back seat the Mitsubishi Pajero IV might be more appropriate, the more so for being a little bit cheaper than the same model with more doors.