The Kia Venga burns up 0.1 l less fuel in the combined cycle in comparison to the Ford B-MAX 1.0 EcoBoost 100HP manual. The Kia Venga, which is palced in „microvan” class consumes by 1.1 l less of fuel than the average in its segment. The average fuel consumption in this class in the mixed cycle is 6.1 l.
The Kia consumes 1.2 l fewer in the city in relation to the Ford. The difference at the level of 1.2 l is not significant in daily usage of the car at the same time during the term of a year it can generate a real savings.
With more boot size the Kia Venga 1.4 CRDi WGT 75HP manual will have much more room for transporting things and be more usefull one than the Ford B-MAX 1.0 EcoBoost 100HP manual. If the size of the boot is appeals to you, the Kia Venga will be better to choose because it is about 29 % larger than the boot of its competitor.
The width of the vehicle influences on passanger's inner room as well as stability of driving. The Kia Venga 1.4 CRDi WGT 75HP manual is 17 mm wider than the Ford B-MAX. It is often clearly felt by driver and passenger in front, who have more room for their elbows.
The engine displacement of the Kia Venga 1.4 CRDi WGT 75HP manual is by 395 cc larger when compared to the Ford B-MAX. As a result the Ford B-MAX 1.0 EcoBoost 100HP manual will be more fuel efficient, but, the engine of the Kia Venga will be of better performance, working more smoothly and less prone to breaking down.
Maximum load capacity
Number of doors
A five-door car usually is a hatchback and as a result the Kia Venga, where you can open up the boot lid and fold flat the back seats making more room, has the edge on the 4-door Ford B-MAX with the hinges for the boot that opens under the rear window.
The higher a vehicle is, the better is the comfort of getting in to it and greater possibility of loading big amount of luggage to it. The difference between these two cars of 26 millimeters in favor of the Kia Venga is small and should not be really noticeable.