The horsepower is a something that most of us take into consideration at first when buying a car. In this comparison it is the Nissan that has by 25 % more horsepower in relation to the Mitsubishi Space Star (1998). As a result the Nissan Prairie III can reach higher velocity. With more horsepower the Nissan Prairie III will also give noticeably better flexiblility in specific speeds.
In the category of fuel tank capacity it is the Nissan Prairie III that can hold 5 l more fuel compared with the Mitsubishi. The medium fuel container size in the van class, which is represented by the Nissan Prairie III, equals 70 liters, whereas in van class (represented by the Mitsubishi) it equals 70 l.
The Nissan Prairie III has 101 mm longer wheelbase in relation to Mitsubishi Space Star (1998) 1.8 16V 112HP manual. Therefore the Nissan Prairie III is more safe and has a better stability. Moreover, longer wheelbase has impact on convenient and more comfortable traveling.
The Nissan Prairie III has 166 cc bigger engine capacity in relation to the Mitsubishi Space Star (1998) 1.8 16V 112HP manual. Because the difference is small, the Nissan Prairie III 2.0 i 16V 140HP manual should accelerate a bit faster, of course if other paramerters are the same.
The Nissan Prairie III is 545 millimeters longer than the Mitsubishi Space Star (1998). Long vehicles have more interior space and also have plenty of trunk space. While the Nissan seems to be better pick for families or persons who value soft, smooth long-distance rides that make them feel fresh and relaxed upon arriving, the Mitsubishi Space Star (1998) may be more appropriate to the young as it will not cause problems with parking and will be easier for turning in narrow streets.
If you are a tall man or you tend to carry in the trunk thinks of large size, the Nissan Prairie III, which is by 117 millimeters higher than the Mitsubishi Space Star (1998), would be appropriate pick for you. However, these two cars do not differ much when it comes to its height and it should not be much perceptible.