Mitsubishi Chariot Curb Weight in Easy-to-Read Graphs

Average weight of Mitsubishi Chariot

Quick notes on Mitsubishi Chariot weight

    • Average weight for generation: 1707 kg (3764 lbs)
    • Difference from world average: 224 kg or 494 lbs heavier
    • Difference from world's heaviest: 2600 kg or 5733 lbs lighter
    • Load to one wheel: 427 kg (941 lbs)
    • Maximum allowable weight: 2232 kg (4922 lbs)
    • Weight to torque ratio: 7 kg per 1 Nm
    • Weight to length ratio: 2.7 mm per 1 kg
    • Engine capacity to weight: 1.5 cc per 1 kg
    • Pounds per 1 kW: 29 lbs/kW
    • Weightly rating: 10 / 10

1997 Mitsubishi Chariot Grandis (N11) curb weight

  • 2.3 i 16V GDI —1900 kg (4190 lbs)
  • 2.3 i 16V GDI SE —1580 kg (3484 lbs)
  • 3.0 i V6 24V GDI —1640 kg (3616 lbs)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.3 i 16V GDI is 28.1% heavier tran average
  • 2.3 i 16V GDI SE is 6.5% heavier tran average
  • 3.0 i V6 24V GDI is 10.6% heavier tran average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.3 i 16V GDI 1900 kg /
    4190 lbs
    1475 kg (3253 lbs) heavier 13 kg to 1 hp - -
    2.3 i 16V GDI SE 1580 kg /
    3484 lbs
    1155 kg (2547 lbs) heavier 10 kg to 1 hp - -
    3.0 i V6 24V GDI 1640 kg /
    3616 lbs
    1215 kg (2679 lbs) heavier 8 kg to 1 hp - -
    Vehicle 2.3 i 16V GDI
    Curb weight 1900 kg /
    4190 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1475 kg (1475 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 13 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 2.3 i 16V GDI SE
    Curb weight 1580 kg /
    3484 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1155 kg (1155 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 10 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 3.0 i V6 24V GDI
    Curb weight 1640 kg /
    3616 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1215 kg (1215 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 8 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio -

    Quick notes on Mitsubishi Chariot weight

      • Average weight for generation: 1385 kg (3054 lbs)
      • Difference from world average: 98 kg or 216 lbs lighter
      • Difference from world's heaviest: 3100 kg or 6836 lbs lighter
      • Load to one wheel: 346 kg (764 lbs)
      • Maximum allowable weight: 1910 kg (4212 lbs)
      • Weight to torque ratio: 7 kg per 1 Nm
      • Weight to length ratio: 3.3 mm per 1 kg
      • Engine capacity to weight: 1.6 cc per 1 kg
      • Pounds per 1 kW: 30 lbs/kW
      • Weightly rating: 8 / 10

    1991 Mitsubishi Chariot (E-N33W) curb weight

  • 2.0 i 16V 4WD MX —1400 kg (3087 lbs)
  • 2.4 i 16V Super MX —1370 kg (3021 lbs)

    Weight to consumption ratio

  • 2.0 i 16V 4WD MX —42 kg/mpg (93 lbs/mpg)
  • 2.4 i 16V Super MX —47 kg/mpg (104 lbs/mpg)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.0 i 16V 4WD MX is 5.6% lighter than average
  • 2.4 i 16V Super MX is 7.6% lighter than average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.0 i 16V 4WD MX 1400 kg /
    3087 lbs
    975 kg (2150 lbs) heavier 10 kg to 1 hp - 194 kg/L
    (428 lbs/L)
    2.4 i 16V Super MX 1370 kg /
    3021 lbs
    945 kg (2084 lbs) heavier 9 kg to 1 hp - 169 kg/L
    (373 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.0 i 16V 4WD MX
    Curb weight 1400 kg /
    3087 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 975 kg (975 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 10 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio 194 kg/L
    (428 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.4 i 16V Super MX
    Curb weight 1370 kg /
    3021 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 945 kg (945 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 9 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio 169 kg/L
    (373 lbs/L)