The Opel Monterey II comes with petrol which produce by 26 percent more horsepower over the the engine of the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport I, transforming the car to a much more dynamic character. It should be better option to those who would like to experience thrill of getting behind the wheel of a sports car.
The Opel Monterey II 3.5 V6 24V 215HP manual has 23 % more torque in relation to the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport I 3.0 V6 170HP automatic 4x4. Although most of people do not appreciate the maximum torque when buying a car, it reflects the best how a vehicle is speeding up. When it comes to compared cars the difference is insensible so you probably will not feel the difference.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
A small difference that amounts to 1 s shows that the Mitsubishi is the worst vehicle of these two . In the „large 4x4 segment, being represented by the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport I, the average acceleration to 100km/h amounts to 10.5 s and is by 22 % higher than this of Mitsubishi car.
The top speed possible to be reached by the Opel Monterey II 3.5 V6 24V 215HP manual is greater as compared to this of the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport I which allows to cover the same distance on the highway in shorter period of time. The difference that amounts to 5 km/h is small and is imperceptible in daily use.
Maximal torque RPM
The rotational speed where the maximum torque is reached determines how fast an engine achieves its full performance with growth in revolutions. The lower revolutions or the wider range in which the torque has the highest value, the more the engine is flexible and a sensation of acceleration is felt faster.
The width of the car influences on passanger's inner room and driving stability. The Opel is 3 percent wider when compared to the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport I. It is clearly felt by those sitting in front, who have more room for their elbows.
The wheelbase of a vehicle means the length between its front and rear wheels. The wheelbase notably affects the driving due to more appropriate vehicle's weight distribution. Opel Monterey II has 35 mm longer wheelbase distance than Mitsubishi Pajero Sport I 3.0 V6 170HP automatic 4x4. Wheelbase dimensions are important to the balance and steering. Hence, the mass of Opel Monterey II should be better distributed and driving should be smoother and safer.
Number of gears
The Opel Monterey II 3.5 V6 24V 215HP manual have a higher speed count compared to the Mitsubishi which means
that Opel would achieve
faster acceleration and better fuel
economy. But the difference is not big and if you are not drag
racer at a timed event you would not
observe the difference.
The Opel has by 18 percent greater engine size when compared to the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport I. This play a little role when it comes to accleration, as both values are quite simmilar.
The Opel Monterey II 3.5 V6 24V 215HP manual is 88 millimeters longer than the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport I. Long vehicles are more spacious and also have plenty of trunk space. While the Opel Monterey II seems to be better choice for families or drivers who love the idea of comfortable driving that make them feel fresh and relaxed upon arriving, the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport I may appeal to city drivers because it will not make troubles with parking and will be more maneuverable.
Model release date
The difference in date of commencement of production between these two cars is only 2 years, however, new technologies for vehicles are appearing at a blistering pace what may cause that the Opel Monterey II may feature more modern solutions.
If you are a tall man or you tend to carry in the trunk stuffs of large size, the Opel Monterey II, which is by 7 % higher than the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport I 3.0 V6 170HP automatic 4x4, would be better option for you. However, these two vehicles do not differ much it the aspect of its height and it should not be much observable.