The Daihatsu Terios II comes with petrol which delivers by 31 % more horsepower than the the engine of the Suzuki, giving the vehicle a more dynamic character. It seems to be better option for drivers who want to experience thrill of getting behind the wheel of a sports car.
The trunk of the Daihatsu Terios II is 239 % larger than the Suzuki Jimny Standard 1.3 16V 4WD 80HP manual 4x4. It is perceptible difference therefore in this category the Daihatsu Terios II will be a way more practical. The larger the boot, the more luggage you can carry.
The top speed possible to be reached by the Daihatsu is greater in relation to the Suzuki Jimny Standard by 20 kilometers per hour, which allows the Daihatsu to travel quicker large stretches of highway. The difference at the level of 14 percent is little and will be negligible in everyday driving.
The width of the car influences directly on passanger's inner room and driving stability. The Daihatsu Terios II is 95 millimeters wider when compared to the Suzuki Jimny Standard. It is often clearly perceptible by driver and passenger in front, who have more room for their elbows.
The Suzuki Jimny Standard 1.3 16V 4WD 80HP manual 4x4 loses with the Daihatsu Terios II in the aspect of fuel tank size. The Daihatsu Terios II is able to take by 9 l more fuel in comparison to its contender.
The wheelbase of a car means the length separating its front and rear wheels. The wheelbase significantly affects the driving due to more appropriate car's weight distribution. Daihatsu has 14 percent longer wheelbase distance than Suzuki Jimny Standard 1.3 16V 4WD 80HP manual 4x4. Wheelbase dimensions are crucial to the stability and steering. Thus, the mass of Daihatsu Terios II should be better distributed and driving should be smoother and safer.
Ground clearance means the gap between the car body and the road. When it comes to the two compared cars, it is the Daihatsu that has 10 millimeters higher ground clearance than the Suzuki Jimny Standard 1.3 16V 4WD 80HP manual 4x4. For this reason the Daihatsu will cope better in difficult terrain and obstacles in the city. One drawback is the higher ground clearance equals a higher center of gravity, which can adversely affect the handling of the car.
The Daihatsu has by 196 cubic centimeters bigger engine capacity in relation to the Suzuki Jimny. This may have a little impact when it comes to accleration, as both figures are quite simmilar.
The Daihatsu Terios II is 414 mm longer than the Suzuki. Long vehicles are more spacious and usually have bigger trunk. While the Daihatsu Terios II 1.5 16V 105HP manual occurs to be better for families or those who value convenient driving, the Suzuki Jimny Standard 1.3 16V 4WD 80HP manual 4x4 may appeal to women because it will not make problems with parking and will be more maneuverable.
Number of doors
It seems to be quite obvious that the five-door Daihatsu Terios II 1.5 16V 105HP manual is more usable and if you regularly travel with more than one people then this car is only possible option for you. The biggest advantage of a five-door vehicle is that it’s not only easier for passengers to get into the back but it’s also easier to put luggage and cargo into the car when the rear seats are folded flat. However, three-door cars like the Suzuki Jimny Standard 1.3 16V 4WD 80HP manual 4x4 generally look much cooler and for those who rarely have more than one passengers in the car the Suzuki Jimny Standard may be a good one.
Model release date
Production of the older vehicle started 8 years prior to its competitor thus it is reasonable to suppose that this car is equipped with not so modern parts .