The Ford Ecosport II noticeably gives way to the BMW in the field of amount of horses under the hood having them by 106 percent less. Therefore the engine of the BMW X3 F25, as opposed to the Ford Ecosport II 1.0 Ecoboost 125HP manual, provides lots of power and good acceleration.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
The BMW X3 F25 accelerates to 100k\h
quicker than the Ford Ecosport II 1.0 Ecoboost 125HP manual. A noticable difference in
acceleration in favor of the BMW X3 F25 will allow him to overtake much
faster and avoid other obstacles.
The BMW X3 F25 has by 50 kilometers/hour higher top
speed in comparison to the Ford Ecosport II, consequently a long route, for example
when it is straight and there is no speed limits, can be
covered in much more shorter period of time. The difference might be perceptible
during travelling on highways.
BMW X3 F25 xDrive30d 258HP automatic 4x4 has 11 % longer wheelbase than the Ford Ecosport II. A longer wheelbase gives more stable and comfortable ride, especially at higher speeds. It also provides more storage space. But, vehicles with a longer wheelbase will not be as maneuverable as those with a shorter wheelbase.
Evidently the BMW wins in this category. The difference at the level of 199 % compared to the Ford Ecosport II. It is interesting that in „compact SUV” segment, from which the BMW X3 F25 xDrive30d 258HP automatic 4x4 comes from, the average engine displacement equals 2,104 cubic centimeters and the biggest cubic capacity in this class amounts to 4,201 .
The BMW X3 F25 is 10 % longer in relation to the Ford Ecosport II. Long cars have roomy cabin and also have more storage space. Although the BMW seems to be better choice for families or those who appreciate convenient driving that make them feel fresh and relaxed upon arriving, the Ford Ecosport II may appeal to the young because it will not make problems with parking and will be easier for turning in narrow streets.
For a comfortable ride around town, it is good to have an automatic however the type of transmisison can have a big impact on fuel efficiency. Automatics may consume around from 5 to 10% more than manuals.