The BMW 2-Series Coupe F22 220i 184HP manual has by 53 percent more horsepower in relation to Opel Cascada 1.4 Turbo 120HP manual. The BMW 2-Series Coupe F22 220i 184HP manual will be distinctly more dynamically speed up owing to grater power. Also getting ahead of other cars while driving should be a piece of cake for a vehicle equipped with stronger motor.
The BMW 2-Series Coupe F22 consumes 6 percent fewer fuel in the mixed cycle than the Opel Cascada 1.4 Turbo 120HP manual. The BMW 2-Series, being palced in „D” class consumes by 1.6 l less fuel than the average in its class. The average fuel consumption in this class in the combined cycle amounts to 7.7 l.
Thanks to 36 % more torque, the engine of the BMW 2-Series Coupe F22 220i 184HP manual distinctly better transmits power to the wheels than the Opel Cascada 1.4 Turbo 120HP manual. This, in turn, have a positive impact on acceleration.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
If a dynamic driving is what you realy like, the BMW is better for you as it’s
acceleration from 0 to 100 Km/h is
faster in relation to
the Opel Cascada.
The top speed possible to be reached by the BMW 2-Series Coupe F22 220i 184HP manual is greater as compared to this of the Opel Cascada 1.4 Turbo 120HP manual which allows to travel the same distance on the highway in shorter period of time. The difference at the level of 40 kilometers/hour is small and is not realy noticable in daily driving.
Maximal torque RPM
A wider range as well as a lower number of revolutions at which the highest torque is delivered affects an engine’s performance. Still, in order to get a whole view on an engine efficiency, it is always worth to check a torque graph.
The BMW 2-Series Coupe F22 220i 184HP manual has 46 % bigger engine displacement than the Opel Cascada. The difference is relatively notable. Consequently the BMW 2-Series Coupe F22 220i 184HP manual should accelerate faster and be able to reach higher top speed. On the other hand larger engine displacement means worst fuel consumption.