The Mitsubishi comes with petrol which delivers by 61 more horsepower than the Hyundai Santa Fe II SUV 2.7 i V6 24V 189HP manual 4x4, transforming the car to a more sporty character. It should be googd car to those who would like to experience thrill of getting behind the wheel of a sports car.
Because of 31 percent greater torque, the engine of the Mitsubishi Pajero IV SUV 3d does a much better job of transmitting power to the wheels than the Hyundai Santa Fe II. This, in turn, produces better acceleration.
The maximum speed of the Mitsubishi Pajero IV SUV 3d 3.8 MIVEC 250HP automatic 4x4 is greater compared with of the Hyundai Santa Fe II SUV by 5, which allows the Mitsubishi to travel quicker large distance of highway. The difference at the level of 10 km/h is small and will not be a very noticable in everyday driving.
Maximal torque RPM
The RMP where the highest torque is delivered tells us how fast an engine reaches its best output with growth in rmp. The lower rotational speed or the wider range at which the torque is the highest, the more the engine is flexible and the kick of acceleration should be felt earlier.
The engine capacity of the Mitsubishi Pajero IV SUV 3d 3.8 MIVEC 250HP automatic 4x4 is by 44 % bigger when compared to the Hyundai. For this reason the Hyundai Santa Fe II SUV will be more fuel efficient, however, the engine of the Mitsubishi Pajero IV SUV 3d will be of better performance, running more smoothly and less prone to breaking down.
Maximum load capacity
The higher a vehicle is, the better is the comfort of boarding it and greater possibility of putting massive amount of luggage to it. The difference between these two cars that amounts to 7 % in favor of the Mitsubishi Pajero IV SUV 3d is not big and should not be really noticeable.
For drivers who prefer more functional use of a vehicle and don’t want complications that stems from the manual transmission we recommend vehicles with automatic gearbox. For those who have a flair for sport driving a manual gearbox may be better because it gives a control of rmp range in which a shift take place.