The Daihatsu Hijet Pick Up 0.7 35HP noticeably loses with the Mitsubishi in the category of horsepower having them by 223 percent less. As a result the engine of the Mitsubishi L400 provides relatively lots of power and rapid acceleration.
Distance between two sides of a car directly affects the amount of space for passengers and also stability during driving. The Mitsubishi L400 is widther by 18 % in relation to the Daihatsu Hijet and is not really important. The medium for the „cargo van” class equals to around 1,902 mm and is by 6 percent smaller than the same attribute of the Mitsubishi L400 2.0 113HP.
The Daihatsu Hijet gives way to the Mitsubishi L400 in the field of fuel tank size. The Mitsubishi is able to store by 44 % more fuel in comparison to its competitor.
The Mitsubishi L400 has 431 mm longer wheelbase in comparison to Daihatsu Hijet Pick Up. As a result the Mitsubishi L400 2.0 113HP is safer and has a better stability. Besides, longer wheelbase affects convenient and more comfortable traveling.
The Mitsubishi has 1,338 cubic centimeters greater engine size than the Daihatsu Hijet Pick Up. Such a huge difference causes that comparision of this features is aimless. The Daihatsu Hijet Pick Up 0.7 35HP would be the right choice for drivers who apreciate lower fuel consumption and running costs at the expense of slower driving, however, those who decided to buy the Mitsubishi L400 should benefit from better power, flexibility, culture of the car and consequently better fun from driving.
The Daihatsu Hijet Pick Up is shorter than the Daihatsu Hijet Pick Up by o 960 mm , which makes that it is much more easier to move and turn in narrow tight streets. In the „cargo van” class, in which the car of Daihatsu manufacturer is palced, the average length amounts to 5,054 millimeters and is by 1,288 mm longer than the length of Daihatsu Hijet Pick Up.
Number of doors
A 5-door car usually is a hatchback and for that reason the Mitsubishi, where you can open up the boot lid and fold flat the back seats enlarging a luggage compartment, has an advantage over the 4-door Daihatsu Hijet Pick Up which in turn has smaller lid and a partition behind the rear seats.
Model release date
Given that the Daihatsu Hijet was introduced only 3 years earlier than the Mitsubishi L400, the distance in technology used in both vehicles shouldn’t be really big, however, the Mitsubishi L400 may feature slightly more modern solutions used in it.