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Suzuki Ertiga vs Mitsubishi Xpander: A comparison between the rookie and the veteran

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Which deserve our choice between a conservatively styled or a macho and modern MPV? Here comes the comparison between Ertiga vs Xpander to understand both two models in the automotive market.

As regards size, the Mitsubishi Xpander 2019 is a bit wider and higher thanks to its larger 16-inch wheels, offering a larger maximum cargo volume at 1,632 liters when the rears fold down. Meanwhile, the Ertiga gets a decent 803 liters if the third row. When it comes to looks, the Xpander sports a very futuristic, edgy, macho look while the Ertiga owns a more elegant and sedate vibe.

In terms of interior, the Mitsubishi Xpander’s elegant dashboard features the essential within easy reach. The 7-inch LCD screen on the center comes with AM/FM radio, MP3, AUX, and so on. The Xpander also has fabric all around and offers generous legroom and headroom. In comparison, the Suzuki Ertiga has a beige looking interior with comfortable seats as well as spacious knee room and headroom for the third and second row. Inside the Ertiga, the large 10-inch touchscreen provides better visibility.

Both the Xpander and the Ertiga have only one engine option. For the Xpander, there’s the 1.5 L 4A91 Mivec Inline-4 gasoline engine producing 103 horsepoander GLwer and 141 nm of torque. As for the Suzuki Ertiga 2019, it gets the 1.5-liter K15B Inline-4 engine. Both two have the same transmission choices, a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic.

As to safety equipment, the Ertiga GLX and the XpS Sport scores equally since both vehicles have ISOFIX tethers for child seating, rear parking sensors, dual front airbags, anti-lock braking systems, and electronic brake distribution.

For better understanding and comparison in detail, come to Suzuki Ertiga vs Mitsubishi Xpander available on the Philkotse!

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Suzuki Ertiga uses a K15B engine with a capacity of 1,462 cc 4-cylinder, including the Suzuki Ertiga Sport AT.

The engine with variable valve technology releases 104.7 hp with 138 Nm of torque.

The Suzuki Ertiga Sport that we tested is a 4-speed automatic transmission unit that is channeled to the front wheels (FWD)

When we tested the route in the city, it can go with an efficiency of 12.7 km / l.

While on the Toll route with a constant high-speed simulation with an average speed of 90 km / hour, the Ertiga Sport AT drove with a record of 17.8 km / l.

So with that achievement, is Ertiga more efficient than Xpander?

Yes, more economical.

On the Inner City route, the Mitsubishi Xpander Ultimate, which also has an automatic transmission, runs at 11.5 km / l.

While on the Toll route, Xpander Ultimate scored 16.7 km / l.

This means that in terms of fuel economy, Ertiga Sport AT is better than the Xpander Ultimate.

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