Tue, 28 Sep 2021

Compare Volvo XC60 (2013-2017) 2.0 (D3) and Mitsubishi ASX (2010-2014) 1.6

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Volvo XC60 (2013-2017)
Mitsubishi ASX (2010-2014)
Totals Volvo XC60 (2013-2017) 2.0 (D3) × Mitsubishi ASX (2010-2014) 1.6 ×
MarkVolvoMitsubishi
ModelXC60 (2013-2017) 2.0 (D3)ASX (2010-2014) 1.6
Year2013-20172010-2014
Number of doors/seats5/55/5
Body typeWagonWagon
Unladen Weight17241270
Gross Weight Limit25051870
Top Speed, km/h190 (185)183
Acceleration 0-100 kph11.2 (11.2)11.4
Minimum turning radius, m5.855.3
Cargo Volume, min/max, L495/1455416/1193
Dimensions specifications, mm Volvo XC60 (2013-2017) 2.0 (D3) × Mitsubishi ASX (2010-2014) 1.6 ×
Length46444295
Width18911770
Height17131615
Wheelbase27742670
Front/rear Track1632/15861525/1525
Ground clearance-195
Engine specifications Volvo XC60 (2013-2017) 2.0 (D3) × Mitsubishi ASX (2010-2014) 1.6 ×
Typeturbo diesel Common Railpetrol Injection
Displacement, cm3 19841590
Compression ratio16.511
Number and arrangement of cylinders5 cylinders, in-line4 cylinders, in-line
The diameter of the cylinder x stroke, mm81х7775x90
Number of valves2016
Power, hp/rpm136/3500117/6000
Max torque, Nm/RPM350/1500-2250154/4000
Transmission specifications Volvo XC60 (2013-2017) 2.0 (D3) × Mitsubishi ASX (2010-2014) 1.6 ×
Gearbox6-speed manual / 6-speed automatic5-speed manual
Drive TypeFront wheel driveFront wheel drive
Suspension specifications Volvo XC60 (2013-2017) 2.0 (D3) × Mitsubishi ASX (2010-2014) 1.6 ×
Front
MacPherson strut

MacPherson strut
Rear
multi-link suspensions

multi-link suspensions
Tire Size235/65 R17, 235/60 R18
215/65/16
Disk5x108 ET55 d63.3
5x114.3 ET38 d67.1
Brakes specifications Volvo XC60 (2013-2017) 2.0 (D3) × Mitsubishi ASX (2010-2014) 1.6 ×
FrontVentilated discsVentilated discs
RearVentilated discsDiscs
Fuel consumption specifications, L/100 km Volvo XC60 (2013-2017) 2.0 (D3) × Mitsubishi ASX (2010-2014) 1.6 ×
City6.5 (8)8
Highway4.5 (5)4.9
Combined5.3 (6)5.9
FuelDiesel95
Tank, L7063
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