The Citroen uses 14 percent less in the combined cycle than the Mitsubishi Colt VII. The difference in the amount of 14 percent is not significant. Nevertheless in the long term it can generate a substantial cost reduction.
The Citroen C3 II consumes of 0.6 l fuel fewer in the city in comparison to the Mitsubishi Colt VII. The Citroen C3 II Hatchback, which is classified in supermini segment, uses of 2.2 l/100Km less than the average in its class. The average fuel consumption in the “B” segment is 7.5 l of fuel for every 100 km.
With more trunk space the Citroen C3 II will have much more room for transporting things and be more usefull vehicle compared with the Mitsubishi Colt VII Hatchback 3d 1.1 DOHC 75HP manual. If the capacity of the luggage compartment is appeals to you, the Citroen C3 II will be better to buy as it is about 133 l more spacious than the boot of its competitor.
Maximal torque RPM
A greater range and a lower value of revolutions at which the highest torque is delivered affects an engine’s performance. Still, in order to have a full perspective on a car’s engine performance, it is worth to check a torque graph.
The width of the car influences directly on passanger's inner room as well as driving stability. The Citroen C3 II is 32 mm wider in comparison to the Mitsubishi Colt VII. It is often clearly felt by driver and passenger in front, who have more space for their elbows.
The Mitsubishi Colt VII Hatchback 3d gives way to the Citroen C3 II in the aspect of fuel tank size. The Citroen C3 II Hatchback is able to carry by 3 liters more fuel compared with its competitor.
The Citroen C3 II Hatchback is 2 percent longer when compared to the Mitsubishi Colt VII. Long vehicles more of passenger space and usually provide bigger trunk. While the Citroen seems to be better for families or drivers who value comfortable rides, the Mitsubishi may appeal to women because it will not cause problems with parking and will be more maneuverable.
Number of doors
There’s no doubts that the five-door Citroen C3 II is more convenient and if you frequently drive with more than one passenger then it’s the format to go for. The strongest point 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 place luggage and cargo into the vehicle when the rear seats are folded down. However, three-door cars like the Mitsubishi Colt VII Hatchback 3d 1.1 DOHC 75HP manual generally look more dynamic and sporty and for young drivers who rarely have passengers in the back seat the Mitsubishi may be better one, the more so for being a little bit cheaper than the same model with more doors.
If you are a tall man or you happen to carry in the trunk stuffs of big dimensions, the Citroen C3 II, which is by 3 millimeters higher than the Mitsubishi Colt VII, would be better pick for you. However, these two cars do not vary much in its height and it should not be much observable.