The horsepower of the Hyundai Santa Fe I 2.0 i 16V 136HP manual is by 12 hp bigger than the Ford Maverick II. While the difference is little this should not affect the car performance largely.
The Hyundai Santa Fe I burns up 0.2 l less fuel in the combined cycle than the Ford Maverick II. The Hyundai Santa Fe I, being palced in „large 4x4 ” segment burns up by 2.6 l less fuel than the average in its class. The average fuel consumption in this class in the combined cycle is 12.2 l.
Maximum torque of the Hyundai Santa Fe I is 10 newton meters greater than the Ford Maverick II. Because of this, the Hyundai Santa Fe I will accelerate somewhat better and be better to overtake other vehicles. Appropriate use of the flexibility of the engine will also make that the Hyundai will consume on average fever fuel per 100 kilometers.
The Hyundai Santa Fe I consumes 2 % less in the urban cycle in comparison to the Ford Maverick II. The difference at the level of 0.2 l is not perceptible in everyday use of the automobile, however, during the term of a several months it would allow you to make a substantial cost reduction.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
The Hyundai Santa Fe I 2.0 i 16V 136HP manual accelerates from 0 to 100 Km/h in 12.2 s, which is 10 % than the Ford Maverick II 2.0 i 16V 124HP manual. However the difference is not as much significant to be taken into account when buying a car.
The maximum speed of the Hyundai is greater in relation to this of the Ford Maverick II 2.0 i 16V 124HP manual by 8 km/h, which allows the Hyundai Santa Fe I to cover faster large stretches of highway. The difference at the level of 5 % is small and will be negligible in everyday driving.
Distance between two sides of a vehicle directly influences on the amount of space for passengers and also stability on road. The Hyundai is widther by 64 millimeters than the Ford Maverick II and is not really worth considering. The average for the „large off-road 4x4” segment equals to 1,866 millimeters and is by 21 mm smaller than the same feature of the Hyundai Santa Fe I.
The winner of this confrontatnion in the aspect of fuel tank size is Hyundai that is able to take by 16 percent more gasoline in comparison to the Ford Maverick II.
The wheelbase of a car is the length separating its front and rear wheels. The wheelbase significantly affects the driving because of more desirable car's weight distribution. Hyundai Santa Fe I 2.0 i 16V 136HP manual has 1 millimeter longer wheelbase distance in comparison to Ford Maverick II. Wheelbase dimensions are important to the stability and steering. Thus, the mass of Hyundai Santa Fe I should be better distributed and driving should be smoother and safer.
The Hyundai Santa Fe I has by 8 cc larger engine capacity in comparison to the Ford Maverick II 2.0 i 16V 124HP manual. This may have a little impact as far as acceleration is concerned, as both values are quite simmilar.
Maximum load capacity
The Hyundai Santa Fe I is 2 percent longer than the Ford Maverick II. Long cars more of passenger space and in most cases have plenty of trunk space. While the Hyundai Santa Fe I occurs to be better for families or persons who appreciate comfortable driving, the Ford Maverick II may appeal to women as it will not make troubles with parking and will have smaller turning radius.