The horsepower is a this thing that most of car fans look at first when buying a car. In this case it is the BMW 1-Series F20 which has by 43 percent more horsepower in comparison to the Hyundai i30 II Hatchback 3d. As a result the BMW can achieve higher maximum speed. Having more horsepower the BMW 1-Series F20 should as well give better flexiblility in specific gears.
The fuel economy is distinctly to BMW 1-Series F20 Hatchback 5d F20 118d 143HP automatic's advantage. This car consumes 28 % fewer diesel in the combined cycle than the Hyundai. Interesting is that average fuel consumption in the mixed cycle for the C segment, in which the BMW 1-Series F20 is classified, is 6.8 l while the BMW 1-Series F20 Hatchback 5d F20 uses by 37 percent less fuel than the average.
The difference at the level of 182 Nm is really big. It is a consequence of the fact that both vehicles have different types of engine. While the BMW 1-Series F20 Hatchback 5d F20 118d 143HP automatic is equipped with a diesel engine, the Hyundai i30 II Hatchback 3d 1.4 100HP manual has a petrol engine.
The fuel economy in the city is distinctly to the BMW 1-Series F20 Hatchback 5d F20 118d 143HP automatic's advantage. This vehicle burns 2.2 l fewer diesel in city traffic than the Hyundai i30 II Hatchback 3d. Better fuel consumption means an increase in cruising range.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
The BMW 1-Series F20 Hatchback 5d F20 118d 143HP automatic accelerates to 100k\h
compared to the Hyundai i30 II Hatchback 3d 1.4 100HP manual. A significant difference in
acceleration in favor of the BMW will allow him to overtake much
quicker and avoid other obstacles.
The maximum velocity possible to be reached by the BMW is greater in comparison to this of the Hyundai i30 II which allows to cover the same distance on the highway faster. The difference at the level of 30 kilometers/hour is small and is not realy noticable in everyday driving.
Maximal torque RPM
Such a big difference stems from the fact that both cars are equipped with different engines. The BMW 1-Series F20 has the diesel engine whereas the Hyundai is equipped with the petrol engine. Taking into account different kinds of engines, comparing this feature seems to be pointless.
The BMW has 30 mm longer wheelbase in relation to Hyundai i30 II. Consequently the BMW 1-Series F20 is safer and has a better stability. What is more, longer wheelbase influences on convenient and more comfortable driving.
The BMW 1-Series F20 Hatchback 5d F20 has 597 cubic centimeters larger engine size than the Hyundai i30 II Hatchback 3d 1.4 100HP manual. The difference is relatively considerable. As a result the BMW 1-Series F20 should accelerate faster and be able to achieve higher top speed. On the other hand greater engine size affects worst fuel consumption.
The BMW 1-Series F20 is 1 percent longer when compared to the Hyundai i30 II Hatchback 3d 1.4 100HP manual. The length of the car plays a role in terms of driving comfort and room in the boot. The BMW very likely will be offering to it's passangers more room for legs. At the same time the BMW 1-Series F20 Hatchback 5d F20 will be better driven ,however, the Hyundai i30 II Hatchback 3d 1.4 100HP manual will be a bit easier to park due to shorter length .
Number of doors
It seems to be quite obvious that the five-door BMW 1-Series F20 Hatchback 5d F20 118d 143HP automatic is more usable and if you frequently carry more than one people then you should not have any doubts which one to choose. The biggest advantage of a five-door car is that it’s not only easier for passengers to get into the rear seats but it’s also easier to put luggage and cargo into the vehicle when the rear seats are folded down. However, three-door cars like the Hyundai i30 II Hatchback 3d 1.4 100HP manual very often look much cooler and for young drivers who rarely have more than one passengers in the car the Hyundai i30 II Hatchback 3d 1.4 100HP manual might be a good one, the more so for being a little bit cheaper than the same model with more doors.
For a drive in the city, it is tempting to opt for an automatic however the choice of transmisison can have a considerable effect on fuel efficiency. Automatics may use about from 5 to 10% more than manuals.