The Mercury has by 58 horsepowers more horsepower in comparison to Mitsubishi Space Star (1998). The Mercury Villager II will be distinctly faster accelerate owing to bigger amout of horses under its hoot. Also overtaking cars or obstacles should be a piece of cake for a vehicle equipped with stronger motor.
The width of the vehicle influences directly on passanger's inner room as well as driving stability. The Mercury is 212 mm wider than the Mitsubishi Space Star (1998). It is often clearly felt by driver and passenger in front, who have more room for their elbows.
The wheelbase of a car is the length between its front and rear wheels. The wheelbase notably affects the driving due to better car's weight distribution. Mercury Villager II has 14 percent longer wheelbase distance in relation to Mitsubishi Space Star (1998) 1.8 16V 112HP manual. Wheelbase dimensions are crucial to the stability and steering. Thus, the mass of Mercury Villager II should be better distributed and driving should be smoother and safer.
The Mercury Villager II is 23 % longer in relation to the Mitsubishi Space Star (1998). Long cars have roomy cabin and in most cases provide bigger trunk. While the Mercury Villager II seems to be better for families or those who appreciate convenient rides, the Mitsubishi Space Star (1998) may be more appropriate to city drivers as it will not cause troubles with parking and will be easier for turning in narrow streets.
Model release date
The difference in release date between these two vehicles is only 1 year, however, new technologies for vehicles are appearing at a blistering pace and for that reason the Mercury may have more advanced technologieswhich in a consequence may deliver you more joy of having it.
If you are a tall man or you tend to carry in the trunk stuffs of large size, the Mercury, which is by 275 millimeters higher than the Mitsubishi Space Star (1998), would be better pick for you. However, these two cars do not vary much it the aspect of its height and it should not be much perceptible.