The Pontiac Grand Prix VI Coupe 3.1 i V6 SE 162HP manual has 134 l
in relation to the Audi 90 B3 2.3 E 20V quattro 170HP.
Such a difference is quite significant
therefore it will distinctly affect the comfort of the
car’s usage. It is worth to note that
the Pontiac Grand Prix VI has 2 %
trunk capacity than the average in its class. Bigger
boot will be useful during family
journeys and also during
everyday car’s usage.
The width of the vehicle influences directly on passanger's inner room as well as stability of driving. The Pontiac is 7 percent wider in comparison to the Audi. It is often clearly perceptible by driver and passenger in front, who have more room for their elbows.
The winner of these two vehicles in the category of fuel tank capacity is Pontiac Grand Prix VI Coupe 3.1 i V6 SE 162HP manual that is able to take by 8 liters more fuel in relation to the Audi 90 B3 2.3 E 20V quattro 170HP.
The wheelbase of a car equals the distance between its front and rear wheels. The wheelbase notably affects the driving because of more appropriate vehicle's weight distribution. Pontiac Grand Prix VI Coupe 3.1 i V6 SE 162HP manual has 8 percent longer wheelbase distance than Audi 90 B3 2.3 E 20V quattro 170HP. Wheelbase dimensions are important to the balance and steering. Hence, the mass of Pontiac should be better distributed and driving should be easier and safer.
The Pontiac Grand Prix VI Coupe is 12 percent longer when compared to the Audi 90 B3. Long vehicles have more interior space and also provide more storage space. Although the Pontiac Grand Prix VI seems to be better option for families or drivers who love the idea of soft, smooth long-distance driving that make them feel fresh and relaxed upon arriving, the Audi 90 B3 may be more appropriate to women as it will not cause problems with parking and will have smaller turning radius.
Model release date
Manufacture of the older vehicle commenced 9 years prior to its contender hence it seems to be right to assume that this vehicle is equipped with significantly less modern technologies used.