The horsepower of the Chevrolet Astro I is by 8 percent bigger than the Mitsubishi L300 II. Because the difference is small it should not affect the vehicles performance largely.
The width of the vehicle influences on passanger's inner room and driving stability. The Chevrolet is 17 percent wider in relation to the Mitsubishi L300 II. It is clearly perceptible by driver and passenger in front, who have more space for their elbows.
The Chevrolet has 25 % longer wheelbase in comparison to the Mitsubishi L300 II 1.6 80HP. The closer the axles are to one another, the less time exists for shock absorption by the separate suspension components. Thus the Chevrolet Astro I with a longer wheelbase should give the smoothest travel. Hovewer, the Mitsubishi L300 II with shorter wheelbases have tighter turning angles and can corner faster than equivalent cars with long wheelbases.
The engine cubic capacity of the Chevrolet Astro I 2.5 86HP is by 56 percent greater in relation to the Mitsubishi. As a result the Mitsubishi L300 II will be more fuel efficient, but, the engine of the Chevrolet Astro I will be of better quality, running more smoothly and more durable.
The Chevrolet Astro I is 200 mm longer when compared to the Mitsubishi L300 II 1.6 80HP. The length of the car is important when it comes to driving comfort and room in the boot. The Chevrolet Astro I very likely will be offering to it's passangers more room for legs. At the same time the Chevrolet Astro I 2.5 86HP will be better driven ,however, the Mitsubishi L300 II will be a slightly easier for parking because of shorter length of the body.
The higher a car is, the better is the comfort of boarding it and greater possibility of putting big amount of thinks to it. The difference at the level of 79 millimeters in favor of the Chevrolet Astro I 2.5 86HP is little and should not be really noticeable.