The Ford Taurus IV is equipped with petrol which delivers by 97 percent more horsepower over the Audi A4 B6 Avant, transforming the car to a much more sporty character. It seems to be better option to those who want to experience thrill of drive a sports car.
The Ford Taurus IV Estate 3.0 i V6 201HP automatic has 90 percent more torque in comparison to the Audi A4 B6 Avant. Even though a large number of people do not take into account the maximum torque when choosing a vehicle, it presents the best how fast a vehicle is speeding up. When it comes to compared vehicles the difference is of considerable size hence the Ford Taurus IV will give you better feeling of driving.
The trunk of the Ford Taurus IV is 644 liters bigger than the Audi. It is perceptible difference therefore in this category the Ford Taurus IV will be a way more useful. The larger the trunk, the more luggage you can load.
Trunk capacity with seats down
The top speed of the Ford Taurus IV is greater in comparison to this of the Audi A4 B6 Avant which allows to travel the same distance on the highway in shorter period of time. The difference at the level of 24 km/h is not big and is not realy noticable in everyday use.
The width of the vehicle influences directly on passanger's inner room and stability of driving. The Ford Taurus IV is 93 millimeters wider in comparison to the Audi A4 B6 Avant. It is often clearly perceptible by driver and passenger in front, who have more room for their elbows.
In the aspect of fuel tank size it is the Ford Taurus IV that can contain 6 liters more fuel in relation to the Audi A4 B6 Avant 1.6 i 102HP manual. The medium fuel tank size in the D class, which is represented by the Ford Taurus IV Estate 3.0 i V6 201HP automatic, amounts to 63 liters, whereas in large family cars class (represented by the Audi A4 B6) it is 63 liters.
The wheelbase of a car is the distance separating its front and rear wheels. The wheelbase notably affects the driving because of more appropriate vehicle's weight distribution. Ford Taurus IV has 4 % longer wheelbase distance in comparison to Audi A4 B6 Avant 1.6 i 102HP manual. Wheelbase dimensions are crucial to the stability and steering. Thus, the mass of Ford should be better distributed and driving should be easier and safer.
The Ford has 1,374 cc bigger engine size than the Audi A4 B6 Avant 1.6 i 102HP manual. The difference is relatively notable. For this reason the Ford Taurus IV should accelerate faster and be able to achieve higher maximum speed. On the other hand larger engine capacity means worst fuel efficiency.
The Ford Taurus IV Estate 3.0 i V6 201HP automatic is 479 millimeters longer in comparison to the Audi A4 B6 Avant. The length of the car plays a role when it comes to driving comfort and room in the boot. The Ford Taurus IV Estate very likely will be offering to it's passangers more room for legs. At the same time the Ford Taurus IV Estate will be better driven but the Audi A4 B6 Avant 1.6 i 102HP manual will be a little easier to park due to shorter length .
A Vee engine is a
upgraded construction of a
engine with cylinders arranged in a straight
which as far as we are concerned is
adventages. Engine of V type
in a car the Ford Taurus IV Estate 3.0 i V6 201HP automatic
produces more torque at lower RPM ranges because of
the power stroke coming from 2 sides of the crankshaft. This type of
motor may house more
cylinders without a need of much extending its dimensions. A
Smooth engine work and nicer sound is
to a V engine’s advantage.
If you are a tall man or you carry in the trunk stuffs of large dimensions, the Ford Taurus IV Estate, which is by 3 % higher than the Audi A4 B6 Avant, is better option for you. However, compared vehicles do not vary much in its height and it should not be much noticeable.
To people who value more functional use of a vehicle and don’t need complications resulting from the manual transmission we recommend cars equipped with automatic transmission. To those who have a flair for sport driving a stick shift might be better as it gives a control of rmp range in which a gear is changed.