The Jeep has by 167 horsepowers more horsepower in comparison to Daihatsu Terios II. The Jeep Cherokee V will be distinctly quicker accelerate thanks to grater power. Also leaving behind other vehicles while driving should be much more easier for the Jeep equipped with more powerful motor.
The top velocity of the Jeep Cherokee V is greater in comparison to this of the Daihatsu which allows to travel the same distance on the highway faster. The difference that amounts to 13 percent is small and is not realy noticable in daily use.
Width of a vehicle affects the amount of space for passengers and also stability during driving. The Jeep Cherokee V is widther only by 10 % in comparison to the Daihatsu and is not really relevant. The medium for the „compact SUV” segment amounts to approximately 1,797 millimeters and is by 4 percent smaller than the same feature of the Jeep Cherokee V 3.2 V6 Active Drive Lock 272HP automatic 4x4.
The Daihatsu Terios II 1.5 i 16V 4WD 105HP manual gives way to the Jeep Cherokee V in the category of fuel tank capacity. The Jeep Cherokee V is able to carry by 12 liters more fuel compared with its competitor.
The wheelbase of a vehicle means the length between its front and rear wheels. The wheelbase significantly affects the driving due to more appropriate vehicle's weight distribution. Jeep Cherokee V has 5 % longer wheelbase distance when compared to Daihatsu Terios II. Wheelbase dimensions are crucial to the stability and steering. Hence, the mass of Jeep Cherokee V should be better distributed and driving should be easier and safer.
Ground clearance is the gap between the vehicle body and the road. As far as the two compared vehicles are concerned, it is the Jeep Cherokee V that has 2 % higher ride height than the Daihatsu. This is why the Jeep Cherokee V 3.2 V6 Active Drive Lock 272HP automatic 4x4 will deal better with rough terrain and obstacles in the city. One drawback is the higher ground clearance means a higher center of gravity, which can negatively affect the handling of the vehicle.
The engine size of the Daihatsu Terios II is so much lower ( the difference amounts to 1,744 cubic centimeters when compared to the Daihatsu Terios II 1.5 i 16V 4WD 105HP manual, that it is difficult to make the decision which vehicle is better choice. These cars are so dissimilar that on the ground of information about engine displacement we can only choose between engine’s performance and vehicle’s economy.
The Daihatsu Terios II 1.5 i 16V 4WD 105HP manual is shorter than the Daihatsu Terios II by o 38 %, which makes that it is much more easier to maneuver in narrow narrow streets. In the „compact SUV” class, in which the car of Daihatsu manufacturer is classified, the average length is 4,341 millimeters and is by 282 millimeters longer than the length of Daihatsu Terios II.
Model release date
Production of the older car began much more earlier than its contender and for this reason it seems to be right to assume that this vehicle gives way to Jeep Cherokee V because it has not so advanced parts applied.
A manual transmission that is placed in the Daihatsu is less complex construction and is cheaper in usage but it is less comfortable as there is no need to operate clutch to change speeds and it can be lot of inconvenience in a jammed city traffic where drivers have lots of stop and go situations. An automatic transmission put in the Jeep with gears in the amount of 5 – speeds gearbox is in our opinion better one to have.