The Honda comes with petrol which produce by 67 more horsepower over the the engine of the Suzuki Jimny Cabrio 1.3 i 16V 4WD 80HP manual 4x4, giving the vehicle a more sporty character. It seems to be better car to those who would like to experience thrill of getting behind the wheel of a sports car.
Due to 78 Nm higher torque, the engine of the Honda CR-V I does a much better job of transmitting power to the wheels than the Suzuki Jimny Cabrio. This, in turn, produces better acceleration.
The Suzuki Jimny Cabrio has 26 percent smaller maximum speed than the Honda CR-V I, as a result of which driving a long route, for example when it is straight and there is no speed limits, will take much more time. The difference may be perceptible during travelling on highways to the vehicle of Honda brand advantage.
Maximal torque RPM
A wider range as well as a lower number of rotations at which the highest torque is delivered affects an engine’s effectiveness and dynamism. Still, to have a full perspective on a car’s engine performance, it is always recommended to check a torque performance graph.
The width of the car influences directly on passanger's inner room and stability of driving. The Honda CR-V I 2.0 16V 147HP manual 4x4 is 148 mm wider in comparison to the Suzuki Jimny. It is often clearly felt by driver and passenger in front, who have more room for their elbows.
The winner of this comparison in the aspect of fuel tank size is Honda CR-V I 2.0 16V 147HP manual 4x4 that can carry by 48 percent more fuel compared with the Suzuki Jimny Cabrio.
Honda CR-V I has 365 mm longer wheelbase when compared to the Suzuki Jimny. A longer wheelbase provides more stable and comfortable ride, especially at higher speeds. It also provides more storage space. But, cars with a longer wheelbase will not be as maneuverable as those with a shorter length between its axles.
Ground clearance is a critical factor in many important parameters of a vehicle. It is the most important in off-road cars though all cars appreciate the higher suspension. The Honda CR-V I has 8 percent higher clearance than the Suzuki Jimny. In addition to easier mobility in rough terrain, the Honda CR-V I will also be easier pushed urban obstacles such as high kerbstones, for example.
The engine size of the Honda CR-V I is by 52 % greater than the Suzuki Jimny Cabrio. For this reason the Suzuki Jimny Cabrio will be more fuel efficient, but, the engine of the Honda CR-V I will be of better quality, running more smoothly and more durable.
The Honda is 23 percent longer in relation to the Suzuki Jimny Cabrio 1.3 i 16V 4WD 80HP manual 4x4. Long cars more of passenger space and in most cases provide bigger trunk. While the Honda CR-V I seems to be better choice for families or persons who appreciate soft, smooth long-distance driving that make them feel fresh and relaxed upon arriving, the Suzuki may appeal to singles as it will not cause troubles with parking and will be easier for turning in narrow streets.
Number of doors
There’s no question that the five-door Honda is more convenient and if you frequently travel with more than one people then it’s the format to go for. The strongest point of a five-door vehicle is that it’s not only easier for passengers to climb into the rear seats but it’s as well easier to put luggage and cargo into the car when the rear seats are folded down. However, three-door cars like the Suzuki Jimny very often look much cooler and for young drivers who don’t often have more than one passengers in the car the Suzuki Jimny might be more appropriate.
The higher a car is, the the more convenient is a getting in to it and greater possibility of loading big amount of stuff to it. The difference that amounts to 3 mm in favor of the Honda is little and should not be really noticeable.