The horsepower of the BMW 3-Series E90 Coupe E92 Facelifting 320d 184HP manual is 13 percent bigger than the Citroen C5 III Crosstourer 2.0 HDi 163HP manual. Because the difference is little this should not affect the vehicles performance in a noticeable way.
The BMW 3-Series E90 burns up 14 percent fewer fuel in the combined cycle in relation to the Citroen. The BMW 3-Series E90 Coupe E92 Facelifting 320d 184HP manual, which is palced in „large family cars” segment burns up by 3.2 l less amount of fuel than the average in its class. The average fuel consumption in this class in the combined cycle is 7.7 l.
Maximum torque of the BMW is 12 percent bigger than the Citroen C5 III Crosstourer. As a result, the BMW will accelerate somewhat swifter and be better for overtaking other cars. Appropriate use of the flexibility of the engine will also cause that the BMW 3-Series E90 will consume on average less fuel for every 100 km.
The BMW consumes of 0.7 l diesel fewer running around the town compared to the Citroen C5 III. The BMW 3-Series E90 Coupe E92 Facelifting, as a representative of middle class, burns up 4.5 l per 100 km fewer than the medium level in its segment. The average fuel consumption in the “D” segment equals to 10.6 l of fuel for every 100 km.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
The Citroen speeds up relatively slower compared with the BMW 3-Series E90 Coupe E92 Facelifting. The
difference in the amount of
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is slightly to the BMW 3-Series E90 advantage, however, it should
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The maximum speed possible to be reached by the BMW is greater in comparison to of the Citroen C5 III Crosstourer by 13, which allows the BMW to cover quicker long stretches of highway. The difference at the level of 27 kilometers per hour is little and will not be a very noticable in everyday driving.
Maximal torque RPM
The RMP at which the highest torque is delivered shows us how fast an engine reaches its full efficiency with increase in revolutions. The lower revolutions or the wider range in which the torque is the greatest, the more the engine is flexible and the kick of acceleration should be felt earlier.