The Mitsubishi uses 0.6 l fewer in the mixed cycle in comparison to the Hyundai ix35. The difference at the level of 0.6 l is not realy noticeable. Nevertheless during a longer period of time it would allow you to make a considerable reduction of costs.
The fuel consumption of the Mitsubishi ASX is 0.4 l smaller when compared to the Hyundai. Despite the fact that the difference is insensible, in the long term it may cause that the car would be significantly less expensive to exploate.
The top velocity of the Mitsubishi is greater in comparison to this of the Hyundai which allows to cover the same distance on the highway in shorter period of time. The difference at the level of 3 percent is not big and is imperceptible in everyday use.
Maximal torque RPM
A wider range as well as a lower number of revolutions at which the maximum torque is produced has an impact on an engine’s performance. However, to get a whole view on an engine efficiency, it is always good to analyze a torque graph.
In the category of fuel tank capacity it is the Mitsubishi which can comprise 5 % more fuel compared with the Hyundai ix35. The average fuel container capacity in the small off-road 4x4 class, from which the Mitsubishi comes from, amounts to 61 liters, whereas in mini 4x4 segment (represented by the Hyundai) it amounts to 61 l.
Mitsubishi ASX SUV 1.6 MIVEC 117HP manual has 1 percent longer wheelbase in relation to the Hyundai ix35 SUV 1.6 GDI 135HP manual. A longer wheelbase gives more stable and comfortable ride, especially at higher speeds. It also provides more storage space. But, cars with a longer wheelbase are not as maneuverable as those with a shorter wheelbase.
Ground clearance is the gap between the car underbody and the road. As far as the two compared vehicles are concerned, it is the Mitsubishi ASX that has 2 millimeters higher ride height than the Hyundai ix35 SUV. This is why the Mitsubishi ASX SUV 1.6 MIVEC 117HP manual will cope better when driving over imperfect roads and obstacles in the city. However, the higher ground clearance equals a higher center of gravity, which can adversely affect the handling of the Mitsubishi ASX.