The horsepower is a this thing that majority of car fans pay the greatest attention to. In this comparison, it is the Dacia 1310 that has by 12 percent horsepower more than the Seat, which makes this car somewhat faster. Thanks to more horsepower the Dacia will as well provide somewhat more efficiency in specific gears.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
The Dacia 1310 Estate accelerates from 0 to 100 Km/h in 19 sek, which is 0.4 s when compared to the Seat Ibiza III 1.0 i 50HP manual. But the difference is not as much significant to be taken into consideration when buying a car.
With more boot size the Dacia 1310 Estate will have much more room for transporting things and be more functional vehicle than the Seat Ibiza III. If the capacity of the luggage compartment is important to you, the Dacia will be better to choose as it is about 179 l more spacious than the boot of its competitor.
Trunk capacity with seats down
In this category it is the Dacia 1310 Estate 1.3 56HP manual which can contain 2 liters more fuel compared with the Seat Ibiza III. The average fuel tank capacity in the B class, which is represented by the Dacia 1310 Estate, equals 44 l, whereas in subcompact segment (represented by the Seat Ibiza III 1.0 i 50HP manual) it is 44 liters.
The Dacia 1310 has 29 % bigger engine size in comparison to the Seat. The difference is relatively considerable. As a result the Dacia should accelerate faster and be able to reach higher maximum speed. On the other hand bigger cubic capacity usually affects worst fuel economy.
The Dacia 1310 Estate 1.3 56HP manual is 13 % longer in comparison to the Seat Ibiza III 1.0 i 50HP manual. Long cars are more spacious and in most cases provide plenty of trunk space. While the Dacia 1310 Estate seems to be better choice for families or those who value soft, smooth long-distance driving that make them feel fresh and relaxed upon arriving, the Seat Ibiza III may appeal to the young as it will not make troubles with parking and will be more maneuverable.
Number of doors
There’s no question that the five-door Dacia 1310 Estate 1.3 56HP manual is more usable and if you regularly drive with more than one passenger then this car is only possible option for you. The strongest point of a five-door car is that it’s not only easier for passengers to climb into the rear seats but it’s as well easier to place luggage and cargo into the vehicle when the rear seats are folded down. However, three-door cars like the Seat very often look more dynamic and sporty and for young drivers who rarely have passengers in the back seat the Seat Ibiza III may be a good one, the more so for being a little bit cheaper than the same model with more doors.
The higher a vehicle is, the the more convenient is a getting in to it and greater capacity of loading big amount of luggage to it. The difference at the level of 35 mm in favor of the Dacia 1310 is little and does not matter much.