The Mazda 626 V Hatchback consumes of 19 percent fuel fewer in city traffic in comparison to the Citroen Xantia II Hatchback 1.8 i 16V 110HP manual. The Mazda, as a representative of large family cars segment, burns up of 0.7 l of fuel for every 100 km less than the medium level in its segment. The average fuel consumption in the “middle” segment is 10.6 l/100Km.
The boot of the Mazda is only 66 liters bigger than the Citroen. However, the difference is not big it would be fair to say that both cars have similar trunk capacity.
The Mazda 626 V Hatchback has by 77 cc larger cubic capacity than the Citroen. This may have a little impact on vehicle's performance, as both values does not vary much.
The Mazda 626 V Hatchback 1.9 100HP manual is 44 mm longer in comparison to the Citroen Xantia II Hatchback 1.8 i 16V 110HP manual. Long vehicles have more interior space and in most cases provide plenty of trunk space. While the Mazda 626 V occurs to be better for families or drivers who love the idea of soft, smooth long-distance rides that make them feel fresh and relaxed upon arriving, the Citroen Xantia II may appeal to the young because it will not cause troubles with parking and will be more maneuverable.
If you are a tall man or you happen to carry in the trunk stuffs of big dimensions, the Mazda, which is by 2 % higher than the Citroen Xantia II Hatchback, is appropriate option for you. However, compared cars do not vary much in its height and it should not be much perceptible.