The horsepower is a this thing that majority of drivers pay the greatest attention to. In this comparison, it is the Mitsubishi that has by 12 horsepower more in relation to the Daihatsu Terios II, which makes this vehicle somewhat faster. Having more horsepower the Mitsubishi should as well give a bit more efficiency in specific gears.
The Mitsubishi ASX SUV uses of 2 liters gasoline fewer in the urban cycle compared to the Daihatsu Terios II 1.5 i 16V 4WD 105HP manual. The Mitsubishi, which is classified in mini 4x4 class, consumes of 1.8 l/100Km fewer than the medium level in its segment. The average fuel consumption in the “mini 4x4” class is 9.6 l per 100 km.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
The Daihatsu Terios II speeds up relatively slower compared with the Mitsubishi ASX SUV. The
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If you need a car for long travels, which could load more things in the boot , choose the Mitsubishi ASX SUV 1.6 MIVEC 117HP manual. The Daihatsu Terios II has by 10 percent less capable trunk than the Daihatsu Terios II so probably you would be able to load one bag less. When it comes to the boot also pay attention to its dimensions which have notable effect on loading capability .
The maximum speed of the Mitsubishi ASX SUV 1.6 MIVEC 117HP manual is greater in comparison to the Daihatsu by 14, which allows the Mitsubishi ASX SUV to overcome faster long stretches of highway. The difference at the level of 23 km/h is little and will not be a very noticable in everyday driving.
The width of the car influences on passanger's inner room and stability of driving. The Mitsubishi ASX SUV 1.6 MIVEC 117HP manual is 75 mm wider when compared to the Daihatsu Terios II. It is clearly perceptible by those sitting in front, who have more space for their elbows.
The Daihatsu Terios II gives way to the Mitsubishi ASX SUV in the category of fuel tank capacity. The Mitsubishi ASX SUV 1.6 MIVEC 117HP manual is able to take by 13 liters more fuel in comparison to the Daihatsu Terios II.
The wheelbase of a vehicle is the distance separating its front and rear wheels. The wheelbase notably affects the driving due to more appropriate vehicle's weight distribution. Mitsubishi has 102 mm longer wheelbase distance than Daihatsu Terios II 1.5 i 16V 4WD 105HP manual. Wheelbase dimensions are important to the stability and steering. Thus, the mass of Mitsubishi ASX should be better distributed and driving should be smoother and safer.
The Mitsubishi has 6 percent bigger engine capacity than the Daihatsu. Because the difference is small, the Mitsubishi ASX should accelerate only slightly faster, assuming that other paramerters are does not play a role.
Maximum load capacity
The Mitsubishi ASX SUV 1.6 MIVEC 117HP manual is 237 mm longer when compared to the Daihatsu Terios II. The length of the vehicle is important in respect of travelling comfort and room in the boot. The Mitsubishi very likely will be offering to it's users more room for legs. At the same time the Mitsubishi ASX SUV 1.6 MIVEC 117HP manual will be better driven ,however, the Daihatsu Terios II will be a bit easier to park because of shorter length .
Model release date
The difference in release date between these two cars is only 4 years, however, new technologies for vehicles are appearing at a fast pace and for that reason the Mitsubishi ASX SUV may feature more advanced technologieswhich in a consequence may deliver you more joy of having it.