The Chrysler Town & Country I comes with petrol which produce by 88 percent more horsepower over the Mitsubishi L300 II, transforming the car to a much more sporty character. It seems to be better choice to those who would like to feel thrill of drive a sports car.
Width of a car influences on room in the cabin as well as stability while driving. The Chrysler Town & Country I is widther only by 139 mm than the Mitsubishi L300 II and is not really important. The average for the „van” segment amounts to around 1,821 millimeters and is by 8 millimeters smaller than the same attribute of the Chrysler Town & Country I.
The Chrysler Town & Country I has 773 millimeters longer wheelbase in relation to the Mitsubishi. The shorter distance between axles, the less time exists for shock absorption by the separate suspension components. Thus the Chrysler with a longer wheelbase may give the smoothest drive. Hovewer, the Mitsubishi L300 II with shorter distance between its axles have tighter turning angles and can corner faster than equivalent cars having longer wheelbases.
The Chrysler Town & Country I 3.3 V6 150HP is 572 millimeters longer than the Mitsubishi. Long vehicles are more spacious and also have more storage space. While the Chrysler Town & Country I seems to be better option for families or those who value comfortable driving that make them feel fresh and relaxed upon arriving, the Mitsubishi L300 II may be more appropriate to the young because it will not cause troubles with parking and will have smaller turning radius.
Model release date
The difference in debut day between these two cars is only 3 years, however, new technologies for automotive industry are appearing at a dizzying pace and for that reason the Chrysler Town & Country I 3.3 V6 150HP may feature more modern solutions thanks to which everyday usage of it may be more comfortable.