The horsepower is a feature that most of us take into consideration at first when buying a car. In this case it is the Fiat 500L Living 1.6 MultiJet II 120HP manual that has by 36 more horsepower in relation to the Dacia Lodgy 1.6 84HP manual. Consequently the Fiat 500L Living 1.6 MultiJet II 120HP manual is able to achieve higher top speed. Thanks to more horsepower the Fiat should also give more flexiblility in specific gears.
The fuel economy is considerably to Fiat 500L Living's advantage. This car consumes 2.5 l less oil in the mixed cycle than the Dacia Lodgy. Keep in mind that average fuel consumption in the mixed cycle for the minivan class, in which the Fiat is classified, is 6.5 l whereas the Fiat 500L Living needs by 26 % less fuel than the average.
The difference at the level of 186 newton meters is really huge. It stems from the fact that both cars have different types of engine. While the Fiat has a diesel engine, the Dacia has a petrol engine.
The fuel economy in city traffic is distinctly to the Fiat's advantage. This car consumes 4.1 l fewer oil while driving inside city than the Dacia Lodgy. Better fuel consumption equals an increase in cruising range.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
If a dynamic driving is what you realy like, the Fiat 500L will appeal to you because it’s
acceleration to 100 km/h is
faster in comparison to
the Dacia Lodgy.
The maximum speed of the Fiat 500L Living is greater in comparison to this of the Dacia which allows to cover the same distance on the highway in shorter period of time. The difference at the level of 29 km/h is not big and is imperceptible in everyday use.
Maximal torque RPM
The rotational speed where the maximum torque is delivered indicates how fast an engine reaches its best output with increase in revolutions. The lower revolutions or the wider range in which the torque has the highest value, the more the engine is flexible and a sensation of acceleration is felt earlier.
distance between left and right side of a vehicle affects the amount of space for passengers and also stability while driving. The Fiat 500L is widther only by 38 mm in relation to the Dacia and is not really worth considering. The average for the „minivan” segment is around 1,785 millimeters and is by 4 mm smaller than the same attribute of the Fiat 500L.
Number of gears
The Fiat 500L have a higher gear count than the Dacia Lodgy which means
that Fiat would have
better speeding up and lesser fuel consumption. But the difference is not big and unless you are drag
racing at a timed event you would not even
feel the difference.
The Fiat 500L Living 1.6 MultiJet II 120HP manual has 1 cubic centimeter larger cubic capacity in relation to the Dacia. Because the difference is small, the Fiat should accelerate a bit dynamically, of course if other paramerters are does not play a role.