The Hyundai i10 I Hatchback 1.1 SOHC 66HP manual consumes 0.1 l fewer fuel in the combined cycle in relation to the Fiat. The Hyundai i10 I, which is classified in „city cars” class uses by 0.3 l less of fuel than the average in its segment. The average fuel consumption in this class in the combined cycle amounts to 5.3 l.
Maximum torque of the Hyundai is 1 newton meter bigger than the Fiat 500 II Hatchback 3d 1.2 69HP manual. As a result, the Hyundai i10 I will accelerate slightly faster and be better to overtake other vehicles. Appropriate use of the flexibility of the engine may also make that the Hyundai i10 I Hatchback 1.1 SOHC 66HP manual will consume less fuel per 100 kilometers.
The Hyundai i10 I Hatchback burns up 5 % less petrol while driving inside city than the Fiat 500 II Hatchback 3d 1.2 69HP manual. The Hyundai i10 I Hatchback 1.1 SOHC 66HP manual, which represents minicompact cars class, consumes 0.4 l less petrol. Note that average fuel consumption in the urban for the city cars class equals to 6.5 l, while the Hyundai i10 I burns up by 7 % less fuel than the average.
Maximal torque RPM
A greater range and a lower number of rotations at which the maximum torque is produced affects an engine’s dynamism and flexibility. However, in order to get a whole view on an engine efficiency, it is always recommended to analyze a torque graph.
Number of doors
There’s no doubts that the five-door Hyundai i10 I Hatchback is more convenient and if you regularly travel with more than one passenger then it’s the format to go for. The biggest advantage of a five-door vehicle is that it’s not only easier for passengers to get into the rear seats but it’s as well easier to put luggage and cargo into the vehicle when the rear seats are folded down. However, three-door cars like the Fiat very often look more dynamic and sporty and for those who rarely have passengers in the back seat the Fiat 500 II may be more appropriate, the more so for being a little bit cheaper than the same model with more doors.
Model release date
Because of the fact that the Fiat's production began only 1 year prior to the Hyundai i10 I Hatchback, the distance in technology applied in both vehicles shouldn’t be really big, however, the Hyundai i10 I Hatchback 1.1 SOHC 66HP manual may feature slightly more advanced solutions applied in it.