The Volvo V70 III Estate 2.0 F 145HP manual burns up 16 percent less fuel in the mixed cycle than the Mitsubishi. The Volvo V70 III Estate 2.0 F 145HP manual, being classified in „upper middle” class consumes by 0.3 l less of fuel than the average in its segment. The average fuel consumption in this class in the mixed cycle amounts to 8.8 l.
With more boot size the Volvo V70 III will have much more room for transporting things and be more functional car than the Mitsubishi Sigma Estate 3.0 V6 177HP manual. If the capacity of the boot is appeals to you, the Volvo V70 III will be better to buy because it is about 35 % larger than the trunk of its rival.
The width of the car influences on passanger's inner room as well as stability of driving. The Volvo V70 III Estate 2.0 F 145HP manual is 5 % wider in relation to the Mitsubishi Sigma. It is clearly felt by driver and passenger in front, who have more space for their elbows.
The Volvo V70 III Estate 2.0 F 145HP manual has 4 % longer wheelbase than Mitsubishi Sigma Estate 3.0 V6 177HP manual. Thanks to this the Volvo V70 III Estate is more safe and has a better stability. Besides, longer wheelbase influences on convenient and more comfortable traveling.
Number of gears
The Volvo V70 III has a one additional
gear in relation to the
Mitsubishi Sigma Estate 3.0 V6 177HP manual. Most often this
additional gear is a taller one so that the previous
gears can be narrower to
allow increased performance in the
lower gears. One more speed also affect
fuel consumption and CO2 emission.
Maximum load capacity
The Volvo V70 III is 1 % longer in comparison to the Mitsubishi Sigma Estate 3.0 V6 177HP manual. Long vehicles have roomy cabin and in most cases provide bigger trunk. While the Volvo occurs to be better option for families or persons who appreciate convenient driving that make them feel fresh and relaxed upon arriving, the Mitsubishi Sigma may appeal to singles as it will not make troubles with parking and will be easier for turning in narrow streets.
If you are a tall driver or you happen to carry in the trunk stuffs of large size, the Volvo V70 III, which is by 3 percent higher than the Mitsubishi Sigma, is appropriate option for you. However, compared cars do not vary much it the aspect of its height and it should not be much noticeable.