The horsepower of the Suzuki Grand Vitara II SUV 1.6 i 16V 106HP manual 4x4 is 12 percent bigger in relation to the Daihatsu Feroza Cabrio. While the difference is small this should not affect the vehicles performance in a noticeable way.
The Suzuki Grand Vitara II SUV 1.6 i 16V 106HP manual 4x4 burns up 18 percent fewer fuel while driving inside city than the Daihatsu Feroza Cabrio 1.6 i 16V 95HP manual. The Suzuki Grand Vitara II, that comes from mini 4x4 segment, uses 0.6 l fewer gasoline. Note that average fuel consumption in the urban for the small off-road 4x4 class is 9.6 l, while the Suzuki Grand Vitara II SUV 1.6 i 16V 106HP manual 4x4 burns up by 7 percent more fuel than the average.
Trunk capacity with seats down
The top speed of the Suzuki is greater in comparison to this of the Daihatsu Feroza Cabrio which allows to cover the same distance on the highway faster. The difference that amounts to 7 % is not big and is imperceptible in everyday driving.
Distance between two sides of a car influences on the amount of space for passengers as well as stability during driving. The Suzuki Grand Vitara II is widther by 175 mm than the Daihatsu Feroza Cabrio 1.6 i 16V 95HP manual and is not really important. The average for the „small off-road 4x4” segment amounts to around 1,797 mm and is by 1 % smaller than the same attribute of the Suzuki Grand Vitara II SUV 1.6 i 16V 106HP manual 4x4.
The wheelbase of a vehicle equals the length separating its front and rear wheels. The wheelbase significantly affects the driving due to better vehicle's weight distribution. Suzuki has 452 millimeters longer wheelbase distance in comparison to Daihatsu Feroza Cabrio. Wheelbase dimensions are important to the balance and steering. Thus, the mass of Suzuki Grand Vitara II SUV 1.6 i 16V 106HP manual 4x4 should be better distributed and driving should be smoother and safer.
Maximum load capacity
The Suzuki Grand Vitara II SUV 1.6 i 16V 106HP manual 4x4 is 18 percent longer than the Daihatsu Feroza Cabrio. The length of the vehicle plays a role when it comes to driving comfort and room in the boot. The Suzuki Grand Vitara II probably will be offering to it's passangers more space for legs. At the same time the Suzuki Grand Vitara II will be better driven but the Daihatsu Feroza will be a bit easier to park due to shorter length .
Number of doors
There’s no question that the five-door Suzuki Grand Vitara II SUV 1.6 i 16V 106HP manual 4x4 is more convenient and if you regularly carry more than one passenger then you should not have any doubts which one to choose. The strongest point 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 vehicle when the rear seats are folded down. However, three-door cars like the Daihatsu very often look more dynamic and sporty and for those who don’t often have passengers in the back seat the Daihatsu Feroza Cabrio 1.6 i 16V 95HP manual may be a good one, the more so for being a little bit cheaper than the same model with more doors.