The horsepower is a feature that majority of car fans pay the biggest attention to. In this comparison, it is the Volvo V70 III Estate 1.6 T4 180HP manual which has by 24 % horsepower more than the Mitsubishi Diamante I Estate, which makes this vehicle somewhat faster. Having more horsepower the Volvo V70 III should also provide somewhat better flexiblility in specific speeds.
The Volvo V70 III uses 12 percent fewer in the combined cycle than the Mitsubishi Diamante I. The difference in the amount of 12 % is not perceptible. At the same time in the long term it would give a real savings.
The Volvo V70 III Estate has 157 l
larger luggage compartment
than the Mitsubishi Diamante I Estate 2.0 i V6 24V 145HP manual.
Such a difference is relevant
therefore it will distinctly matters in terms
of the comfort of the
car’s usage. It is worth to note that
the Volvo V70 III Estate 1.6 T4 180HP manual has 16 percent
trunk size than the average in its class. Roomy
trunk will be useful during family
journeys and also while
The width of the car influences on passanger's inner room as well as stability of driving. The Volvo V70 III Estate is 91 mm wider than the Mitsubishi Diamante I Estate. It is clearly perceptible by those sitting in front, who have more room for their elbows.
The winner of this confrontatnion in the aspect of fuel tank capacity is Volvo V70 III which can take by 1 liter more fuel in comparison to the Mitsubishi Diamante I Estate 2.0 i V6 24V 145HP manual.
Volvo V70 III Estate 1.6 T4 180HP manual has 3 % longer wheelbase in relation to the Mitsubishi Diamante I Estate. A longer wheelbase gives more stable and comfortable ride, especially at higher speeds. It also provides more storage space. However, vehicles having a longer wheelbase will not be as maneuverable as those with a shorter length between its axles.
The Volvo V70 III Estate 1.6 T4 180HP manual is 78 mm longer when compared to the Mitsubishi Diamante I. The length of the car is significant in respect of driving comfort and room in the trunk. The Volvo preasumbly will be offering to it's users more space for legs. Aditionally the Volvo V70 III will be better driven ,however, the Mitsubishi Diamante I will be a bit easier to park because of shorter length .
Number of doors
A 5-door car generally is a hatchback and for that reason the Volvo V70 III, where you can open up the boot lid and fold flat the back seats making more room, has the edge on the 4-door Mitsubishi Diamante I Estate 2.0 i V6 24V 145HP manual which is less comfortable to load and unload baggage.
If you are a tall man or you tend to carry in the trunk stuffs of big size, the Volvo, which is by 135 millimeters higher than the Mitsubishi Diamante I Estate, is appropriate option for you. However, compared cars do not vary much when it comes to its height and it should not be much observable.