The Dacia Sandero II Stepway TCe 90HP manual has 29 percent more horsepower compared to Opel. The Dacia will be distinctly quicker speed up because of grater amout of horses under its hoot. Also overtaking obstacles like TIRs or buses should be much more easier for the Dacia Sandero II equipped with more powerful motor.
The Dacia uses 0.1 l fewer fuel in the combined cycle in relation to the Opel Adam. The Dacia Sandero II Stepway TCe 90HP manual, which is palced in „supermini” segment uses by 0.8 l less fuel than the average in its segment. The average fuel consumption in this class in the mixed cycle is 6 liters.
The Dacia Sandero II Stepway has 18 Nm more torque in comparison to the Opel Adam. Even though the vast majority of drivers do not take into account the maximum torque when buying a automobile, it shows the best how fast a car acclerates. In this case the difference is not really big so it probably will not make a real difference in feeling of driving a car.
The Dacia Sandero II Stepway TCe 90HP manual uses 0.3 l less in the urban cycle when compared to the Opel. The difference in the amount of 4 % is not significant in everyday usage of the automobile nonetheless in a few years it can generate a considerable reduction of costs.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
The Dacia Sandero II Stepway TCe 90HP manual speeds up to 100k\h
compared to the Opel. A noticable difference in
acceleration in favor of the Dacia will allow him to overtake much
faster and avoid other obstacles.
The boot of the Dacia Sandero II Stepway TCe 90HP manual is 89 percent more spacious than the Opel Adam 1.2 70HP manual. It is sensible difference therefore in this category the Dacia Sandero II will be a way more handy. The larger the boot, the more luggage you can carry.
Trunk capacity with seats down
The top speed of the Dacia Sandero II Stepway TCe 90HP manual is greater as compared to this of the Opel Adam 1.2 70HP manual which allows to drive the same distance on the highway in shorter period of time. The difference at the level of 6 % is not big and is imperceptible in everyday driving.
Maximal torque RPM
The rotational speed where the highest torque is delivered shows us how fast an engine achieves its best performance with growth in rmp. The lower rmp or the longer range at which the torque has the highest value, the more the engine is flexible and a sensation of acceleration is felt faster.
Distance between two sides of a vehicle directly affects the amount of space for passengers as well as stability during driving. The Dacia Sandero II Stepway TCe 90HP manual is widther only by 18 millimeters in comparison to the Opel Adam and is not really relevant. The average for the „B” class is 1,645 millimeters and is by 5 percent smaller than the width of the Dacia Sandero II.
The winner of this confrontatnion in the aspect of fuel tank capacity is Dacia Sandero II that can take by 29 % more gasoline in comparison to the Opel.
The wheelbase of a vehicle equals the length separating its front and rear wheels. The wheelbase notably affects the driving due to better vehicle's weight distribution. Dacia Sandero II Stepway TCe 90HP manual has 11 percent longer wheelbase distance than Opel Adam. Wheelbase dimensions are important to the stability and steering. Hence, the mass of Dacia Sandero II should be better distributed and driving should be easier and safer.
Trunk length with seats up
Maximum load capacity
The Dacia is 383 millimeters longer in comparison to the Opel Adam. The length of the vehicle plays a role in terms of driving comfort and space in the trunk. The Dacia preasumbly will be offering to it's passangers more space for legs. Aditionally the Dacia Sandero II Stepway TCe 90HP manual will be better driven but the Opel Adam will be a bit easier for parking due to shorter length .
Number of doors
It seems to be quite obvious that the five-door Dacia is more usable and if you regularly carry more than one passenger then you should not have any doubts which one to choose. The biggest advantage of a five-door car is that it’s not only easier for passengers to climb into the back but it’s also easier to place luggage and cargo into the car when the rear seats are folded flat. However, three-door cars like the Opel Adam generally look more dynamic and sporty and for young drivers who rarely have passengers in the back seat the Opel may be a good one.
If you are a tall man or you carry in the trunk stuffs of large dimensions, the Dacia, which is by 5 percent higher than the Opel Adam, is appropriate choice for you. However, compared vehicles do not differ much in its height and it should not be much perceptible.