The Toyota Highlander I 2.4 16V 157HP manual consumes 39 % fewer gasoline running around the town in relation to the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport I 3.0 V6 170HP automatic 4x4. The difference at the level of 39 percent is quite noticeable in daily usage of the automobile. What is more, in a long run it will even bring you significant savings. Keep in mind that fuel consumption may change depending on how dynamic you drive
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
A little difference that amounts to 2 seconds suggests that the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport I 3.0 V6 170HP automatic 4x4 is the worst vehicle of these two . In the „large SUV segment, being represented by the Mitsubishi, the average acceleration to 100km/h amounts to 10.5 s and is by 2.3 s higher than this of Mitsubishi car.
Width of a vehicle influences on the amount of space for passengers as well as stability on road. The Toyota Highlander I is widther by 8 percent than the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport I and is not really relevant. The medium for the „large 4x4 ” segment is around 1,866 mm and is by 2 percent bigger than the same attribute of the Toyota Highlander I 2.4 16V 157HP manual.
The Toyota Highlander I is 2 percent longer in comparison to the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport I. The length of the car plays a role when it comes to travelling comfort and space in the trunk. The Toyota Highlander I 2.4 16V 157HP manual probably will be offering to it's users more room for legs. Aditionally the Toyota Highlander I will be better driven but the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport I 3.0 V6 170HP automatic 4x4 will be a slightly easier for parking due to shorter length .
Model release date
Because of the fact that the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport I started to be manufactured only 5 years prior to the Toyota, the distance in technology applied in both vehicles is not really huge, however, the Toyota Highlander I may feature a bit more advanced solutions applied in it.
The higher a vehicle is, the the more convenient is a boarding it and greater capacity of putting big amount of stuff to it. The difference of 6 mm to the advantage of the Toyota Highlander I is small and should not be really noticeable.