Suzuki Grand Vitara 2005 vs Mitsubishi Outlander 2005

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Suzuki Grand Vitara
2005 - 2008
Mitsubishi Outlander
2005 - 2009
Gearbox: Manual/AutomaticManual/Automatic
Wheel drive type: Rear wheel drive (RWD) / All wheel drive (AWD, 4x4)Front wheel drive (FWD) / All wheel drive (AWD, 4x4)
Suzuki Grand Vitara is available with rear wheel drive and four wheel (4x4) drive, while Mitsubishi Outlander can be equipped with front wheel drive and four wheel (4x4) drive. All-wheel drive models tend to consume more fuel, so if you don't need off road capabilities, Suzuki Grand Vitara also offers 2-wheel drive versions for fuel economy. 2WD versions also have lower maintenance costs.
Engines: 1.9 - 3.22.0 - 3.0


Power: 129 - 229 HP136 - 220 HP
Torque: 183 - 300 NM176 - 310 NM
Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 9 - 13.6 seconds7.7 - 11.2 seconds
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Fuel consumption

Fuel consumption (l/100km): 7.7 - 11.37.5 - 10.6
Suzuki Grand Vitara petrol engines consumes on average 0.5 litres more fuel per 100 km than Mitsubishi Outlander. On average, Suzuki Grand Vitara equipped with diesel engines consume 0.2 litres more fuel per 100 km than the Mitsubishi Outlander.
This comparison does not take engine capacity into account, so to compare the fuel consumption of specific engines, select the car version!


Length: 4.47 m4.60 m
Width: 1.81 m1.78 m
Height: 1.70 m1.68 m
Suzuki Grand Vitara is 13 cm shorter than the Mitsubishi Outlander, 3 cm wider, while the height of Suzuki Grand Vitara is 2 cm higher.
Trunk capacity: 691 litres541 litres
Trunk max capacity:
with rear seats folded down
1951 litres1691 litres
Suzuki Grand Vitara has more luggage capacity.
Even though the car is shorter, Suzuki Grand Vitara has 150 litres more trunk space than the Mitsubishi Outlander. The Mitsubishi Outlander may have more interior space, so the cabin could be more spacious and more comfortable for the driver and passengers. The maximum boot capacity (with all rear seats folded down) is larger in Suzuki Grand Vitara (by 260 litres).
Turning diameter: 11 meters11.4 meters
The turning circle of the Suzuki Grand Vitara is 0.4 metres less than that of the Mitsubishi Outlander, which means Suzuki Grand Vitara can be easier to manoeuvre in tight streets and parking spaces.
Gross weight (kg): ~ 2`070~ 2`331
above average

Average price (€): 36003200
Pros and Cons: Suzuki Grand Vitara has
  • also available in 2WD
  • roomier boot
  • fewer faults
Mitsubishi Outlander has
  • lower fuel consumption
  • lower price
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