The horsepower is a characteristic that most of car fans take into consideration at first when buying a car. In this case it is the BMW X3 F25 which has by 79 more horsepower in comparison to the Daihatsu. Consequently the BMW is able to reach higher maximum speed. Thanks to more horsepower the BMW X3 F25 will also provide seemingly more flexiblility in specific speeds.
The fuel consumption of the BMW is 0.6 l better when compared to the Daihatsu Terios II 1.5 i 16V 4WD 105HP manual. Despite the fact that the difference is small, in the long term it may make that the vehicle would be considerably less expensive to exploate.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
If a dynamic driving is what you realy like, the BMW X3 F25 is better for you as it’s
acceleration to 100 km/h is
better in relation to
The BMW X3 F25 has by
31 percent higher maximum
velocity than the Daihatsu Terios II, thanks to which a long route, for example
when it is straight and there is no speed limits, can be
traveled in much more shorter period of time. The difference may be perceptible
during travelling on highways.
The width of the car influences directly on passanger's inner room and stability of driving. The BMW is 11 % wider in comparison to the Daihatsu. It is clearly perceptible by those sitting in front, who have more room for their elbows.
In terms of capacity of a fuel tank it is the BMW that can hold 35 % more fuel than the Daihatsu Terios II 1.5 i 16V 4WD 105HP manual. The average fuel container capacity in the compact SUV segment, from which the BMW X3 F25 comes from, is 61 liters, whereas in compact SUV segment (represented by the Daihatsu Terios II) it equals 61 l.
BMW has 235 mm longer wheelbase in relation to the Daihatsu Terios II. A longer wheelbase provides more stable and comfortable ride, especially at higher speeds. It also gives more storage space. However, vehicles having a longer wheelbase are not as maneuverable as those with a shorter length between its axles.
Number of gears
The BMW X3 F25 has 3 gears more in comparison to the Daihatsu Terios II. Due to more
shifts, the BMW is likely
to drive more smoothly and effectively
make use of the power of the engine.
As a result driving will be more economicall and smooth.
The BMW has 33 percent larger engine capacity in comparison to the Daihatsu Terios II 1.5 i 16V 4WD 105HP manual. The difference is considerable. Consequently the BMW should accelerate faster and be able to reach higher maximum speed. On the other hand greater engine size affects worst fuel economy.
The BMW X3 F25 sDrive20i 184HP automatic is 15 % longer when compared to the Daihatsu Terios II. The length of the vehicle is important when it comes to driving comfort and room in the trunk. The BMW X3 F25 preasumbly will be offering to it's users more room for legs. Aditionally the BMW will be better driven but the Daihatsu Terios II 1.5 i 16V 4WD 105HP manual will be a little easier for parking because of shorter length of the body.
Model release date
Given that the Daihatsu Terios II 1.5 i 16V 4WD 105HP manual was launched only 4 years before the BMW X3 F25, the gap between technology used in both cars is not really big, however, the BMW may have slightly more new solutions applied in it.
For a smooth drive in the city, it is worth to have an automatic but the type of transmisison may have a substantial effect on fuel economy. Automatics may burn up more or less from 5 to 10% more than manuals.