The Citroen C5 III burns up 22 percent fewer fuel in the mixed cycle when compared to the Renault Laguna III. The difference in the amount of 22 percent will be quite realy noticeable in day-to-day usage of the car. In the long term it will result in a substantial cost reduction.
The Citroen C5 III burns up of 1.8 l oil less while driving inside city than the Renault Laguna III. The Citroen C5 III Crosstourer 2.0 HDi 163HP manual, as a representative of middle class, uses 3.8 l per 100 km fewer than the average in its class. The average fuel consumption in the “D” segment equals to 10.6 l/100Km.
The Citroen C5 III Crosstourer features 81 l
compared with the Renault.
Such a difference is big
therefore it will affect the comfort of the
vehicle’s usage. It is worth to note that
the Citroen has 16 percent
boot size than the average in its class. Bigger
trunk will be useful during family
journeys and also while
daily car’s usage.
Trunk capacity with seats down
Width of a car directly affects interior space for travelers and also stability during driving. The width of the Citroen is larger by 49 mm in comparison to the Renault Laguna III Hatchback and is not really worth considering. The medium for the „large family cars” segment amounts to approximately 1,764 millimeters and is by 96 millimeters larger than the same attribute of the Citroen C5 III Crosstourer 2.0 HDi 163HP manual.
The winner of these two vehicles in the category of fuel tank capacity is Citroen which can carry by 3 l more oil compared with the Renault Laguna III Hatchback.
The wheelbase of a car is the length between its front and rear wheels. The wheelbase significantly affects the driving due to more appropriate vehicle's weight distribution. Citroen C5 III Crosstourer 2.0 HDi 163HP manual has 2 percent longer wheelbase distance when compared to Renault Laguna III Hatchback. Wheelbase dimensions are important to the stability and steering. Thus, the mass of Citroen should be better distributed and driving should be smoother and safer.
The Citroen C5 III Crosstourer 2.0 HDi 163HP manual has 2 cubic centimeters greater engine capacity in relation to the Renault. As the difference is small, the Citroen C5 III Crosstourer should accelerate only a bit better, of course if other paramerters are equal.
Maximum load capacity
The Citroen C5 III is 135 millimeters longer in comparison to the Renault Laguna III. Long cars have roomy cabin and in most cases have bigger trunk. Although the Citroen C5 III Crosstourer 2.0 HDi 163HP manual occurs to be better choice for families or drivers who appreciate convenient driving that make them feel fresh and relaxed upon arriving, the Renault Laguna III Hatchback 2.0 16v dCi 180HP manual may appeal to city drivers because it will not make troubles with parking and will have smaller turning radius.
The higher a car is, the better is the comfort of boarding it and greater capacity of putting big amount of luggage to it. The difference between these two cars of 3 % to the advantage of the Citroen C5 III is not big and should not be really noticeable.