The Ford Kuga II consumes 0.9 l fewer fuel in the combined cycle in comparison to the BMW X1. The Ford Kuga II, which is classified in „mini 4x4” class consumes by 0.9 l less amount of fuel than the average in its class. The average fuel consumption in this class in the mixed cycle is 7.5 l.
Maximum torque of the Ford Kuga II is 39 newton meters higher than the BMW. Because of this, the Ford Kuga II will accelerate a little bit better and be better for overtaking other cars. Appropriate use of the flexibility of the engine will also make that the Ford Kuga II will consume fever fuel per 100 kilometers.
The Ford Kuga II burns up of 20 % fuel fewer in the city in relation to the BMW X1 Crossover sDrive18i 150HP manual. The Ford, which is classified in small off-road 4x4 segment, uses of 1.1 l per 100 km fewer than the average in its segment. The average fuel consumption in the “compact SUV” class is 9.6 l/100Km.
The trunk of the Ford Kuga II is only 9 % bigger than the BMW X1 Crossover sDrive18i 150HP manual. However, the difference is so little that it would be fair to say that both vehicles have more of less the same boot size.
Trunk capacity with seats down
Maximal torque RPM
A big difference in rpm at which the maximum torque is generated distinctly shows that a car which does not require to be revved high is this of the Ford Kuga II. The engine of the BMW X1 achieves its full efficiency at 3,605 revolutions per minute which is by 56 percent worst result compared with the Ford Kuga II.
Distance between two sides of a car directly influences on interior space for travelers and also stability on road. The Ford is widther by 42 millimeters in comparison to the BMW X1 Crossover and is not really worth considering. The average for the „mini 4x4” class amounts to approximately 1,797 mm and is by 41 millimeters larger than the same attribute of the Ford Kuga II 1.6 EcoBoost 150HP manual.
Maximum load capacity
The Ford Kuga II is 70 mm longer in comparison to the BMW X1 Crossover. Long cars have more interior space and in most cases have bigger trunk. While the Ford Kuga II seems to be better option for families or drivers who appreciate soft, smooth long-distance rides, the BMW X1 Crossover may appeal to singles because it will not cause problems with parking and will have smaller turning radius.
Model release date
Because of the fact that the BMW X1 Crossover started to be manufactured only 3 years earlier than the Ford Kuga II, the distance in technology applied in both cars shouldn’t be really huge, however, the Ford Kuga II may have slightly more advanced solutions applied in it.
The higher a car is, the the more convenient is a getting in to it and greater possibility of carrying big amount of luggage to it. The difference between these two cars that amounts to 13 % to the advantage of the Ford Kuga II 1.6 EcoBoost 150HP manual is insignificant and does not matter much.