The horsepower is a parameter that majority of car fans pay the biggest attention to. In this case, it is the BMW 5-Series F10 Limousine F10 that has by 34 horsepower more in relation to the Volvo, which makes this vehicle somewhat faster. Thanks to more horsepower the BMW will also give somewhat better flexiblility in specific gears.
The fuel economy is considerably to BMW's advantage. This vehicle consumes 26 % fewer diesel in the combined cycle compared to the Volvo S60 II Sedan 1.6 T3 150HP manual. Bear in mind that average fuel consumption in the mixed cycle for the E segment, in which the BMW 5-Series F10 is classified, equals to 8.8 l while the BMW 5-Series F10 needs by 45 % less amount of fuel than the average.
The BMW 5-Series F10 Limousine F10 has 59 percent more torque in comparison to the Volvo S60 II Sedan 1.6 T3 150HP manual. Even though a great deal of people do not take into consideration the maximum torque when buying a automobile, it reflects the best how a vehicle acclerates. In this case the difference is quite big and for that reason the BMW 5-Series F10 will deliver you better feeling of driving.
The fuel consumption while driving inside city is considerably to the BMW 5-Series F10's advantage. This automobile consumes 38 % fewer diesel in built up area in comparison to the Volvo. Better fuel consumption means less fuel cost passed on you.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
The BMW 5-Series F10 accelerates from 0 to 100 Km/h in 8.1 s, which is 1.4 s faster in comparison to the Volvo. But the difference is not as much big to be taken into consideration when buying a vehicle.
The BMW has 140 l
larger luggage compartment
compared with the Volvo.
Such a difference is quite relevant
therefore it will distinctly is relevant to the comfort of the
car’s usage. At the same time that
the BMW 5-Series F10 Limousine F10 has 5 percent
boot size than the average in the
same class. Larger
trunk will be useful during family
traveling and also while
The maximum speed possible to be reached by the BMW is higher as compared to this of the Volvo S60 II which allows to drive the same distance on the highway faster. The difference that amounts to 8 percent is small and is not realy noticable in daily driving.
The winner of this confrontatnion in the category of fuel tank capacity is BMW 5-Series F10 that is able to hold by 2 l more diesel than the Volvo S60 II Sedan.
The BMW 5-Series F10 Limousine F10 520d 184HP manual has 7 percent longer wheelbase in relation to Volvo S60 II Sedan. As a result the BMW 5-Series F10 is more safe and has a better stability. Besides, longer wheelbase influences on convenient and more comfortable traveling.
The BMW 5-Series F10 has 397 cc greater engine displacement in relation to the Volvo S60 II Sedan. As the difference is small, the BMW 5-Series F10 Limousine F10 should accelerate only slightly faster, of course assuming that other paramerters are the same.
The BMW is 6 percent longer in relation to the Volvo. Long vehicles more of passenger space and also provide plenty of trunk space. While the BMW 5-Series F10 Limousine F10 520d 184HP manual seems to be better pick for families or drivers who appreciate comfortable rides, the Volvo S60 II Sedan 1.6 T3 150HP manual may be more appropriate to women because it will not cause problems with parking and will have smaller turning radius.