The horsepower is a parameter that most of drivers take into consideration at first when buying a car. In this comparison it is the Land Rover which has by 85 more horsepower than the Ford Escape II. As a result the Land Rover Freelander II can reach higher velocity. Because of more horsepower the Land Rover Freelander II 2.0 Si4 240HP automatic 4x4 should as well give more flexiblility in specific speeds.
The Land Rover Freelander II 2.0 Si4 240HP automatic 4x4 consumes 3 percent less in the mixed cycle than the Ford Escape II. The difference in the amount of 3 % is not very appreciable. Nevertheless in the long run it can generate a real savings.
The Land Rover Freelander II has 64 percent more torque in relation to the Ford Escape II. Even though the vast majority of people do not take into consideration the maximum torque when buying a vehicle, it describes the best how fast a vehicle is speeding up. As far as these two vehicles are cars the difference is relevant and for that reason the Land Rover will deliver you better sensation of driving.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
A small difference that amounts to 17 percent shows that the Ford Escape II is the worst car of these two . In the „mini 4x4 class, being represented by the Ford Escape II 2.3 155HP manual, the medium acceleration amounts to 10.9 s and is by 5 percent lower than this of Ford vehicle.
The top velocity of the Land Rover Freelander II is greater than of the Ford Escape II 2.3 155HP manual by 8, which allows the Land Rover to overcome quicker large distance of highway. The difference at the level of 8 % is little and will be negligible in everyday driving.
Maximal torque RPM
A big difference in revolutions per minute at which the maximum torque is produced distinctly indicates that a vehicle with an engine that doesn’t need taking it up at high revs is this of the Land Rover Freelander II 2.0 Si4 240HP automatic 4x4. The engine of the Ford Escape II achieves its full efficiency at 4,250 revolutions per minute which is by 2,500 revolutions/minute worst result compared with the Land Rover Freelander II.
The wheelbase of a car is the distance separating its front and rear wheels. The wheelbase notably affects the driving because of better vehicle's weight distribution. Land Rover Freelander II has 26 mm longer wheelbase distance in relation to Ford Escape II 2.3 155HP manual. Wheelbase dimensions are important to the balance and steering. Hence, the mass of Land Rover Freelander II should be better distributed and driving should be easier and safer.
The Land Rover Freelander II is 15 millimeters longer in relation to the Ford Escape II 2.3 155HP manual. The length of the car is important in respect of driving comfort and room in the boot. The Land Rover Freelander II 2.0 Si4 240HP automatic 4x4 probably will be offering to it's users more space for legs. Aditionally the Land Rover Freelander II will be better driven ,however, the Ford will be a bit easier to park due to shorter length of the body.
If you are a tall man or you tend to carry in the trunk stuffs of large size, the Land Rover Freelander II, which is by 10 mm higher than the Ford Escape II, would be appropriate pick for you. However, presented vehicles do not differ much in its height and it should not be much noticeable.
For drivers who opt for more functional use of a vehicle and don’t want complications resulting from the stick shift we recommend cars equipped with automatic transmission. For those who have a flair for sport driving a stick shift might be better because it gives a control of rmp range in which a shift take place.