Acceleration 0-100 km/h
The Daihatsu Sirion II can reach the speed of 100Km/h in 13.5 s, which is 14 percent less in comparison to the Toyota Yaris II Hatchback 3d 1.0 VVT-i 69HP manual. But the difference is not as much big to be taken into account when buying a car.
The top speed of the Daihatsu is greater compared with the Toyota by 3, which allows the Daihatsu Sirion II 1.0 i 12V 69HP manual to travel faster long stretches of highway. The difference at the level of 5 kilometers/hour is little and will be insignificant in everyday driving.
The Daihatsu Sirion II has 1 cubic centimeter larger engine displacement in comparison to the Toyota Yaris II. For the reason that the difference is little, the Daihatsu Sirion II should accelerate only slightly faster, of course assuming that other paramerters are the same.
Maximum load capacity
Number of doors
There’s no question that the five-door Daihatsu Sirion II 1.0 i 12V 69HP manual is more convenient and if you regularly travel with more than one passenger then it’s the format to go for. The strongest point of a five-door car is that it’s not only easier for passengers to get into the rear seats but it’s also easier to place luggage and cargo into the car when the rear seats are folded down. However, three-door cars like the Toyota Yaris II Hatchback 3d 1.0 VVT-i 69HP manual very often look much cooler and for those who rarely have more than one passengers in the car the Toyota Yaris II may be a good one, the more so for being a little bit cheaper than the same model with more doors.
The higher a car is, the better is the comfort of getting in to it and greater possibility of putting massive amount of luggage to it. The difference between these two cars that amounts to 18 millimeters to the advantage of the Daihatsu is small and should not be really noticeable.