The Kia cee'd I comes with petrol which produce by 42 % more horsepower than the Hyundai Excel II, transforming the car to a much more dynamic character. It seems to be better choice to those who want to feel thrill of getting behind the wheel of a sports car.
The Kia consumes 11 percent less in the mixed cycle in relation to the Hyundai Excel II Hatchback 1.3 77HP manual. The difference at the level of 0.8 l is not very appreciable. However in the long term it would allow you to make a real savings.
Maximum torque of the Kia cee'd I is 15 % bigger than the Hyundai Excel II Hatchback. For this reason, the Kia will accelerate slightly better and be better for overtaking other cars. Appropriate use of the flexibility of the engine will also cause that the Kia cee'd I Hatchback will consume less fuel per 100 kilometers.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
The Kia cee'd I accelerates from 0 to 100 Km/h in 11.6 s, which is 0.9 s quicker in comparison to the Hyundai Excel II Hatchback 1.3 77HP manual. However the difference is not as much big to be taken into account when buying a car.
The maximum speed possible to be reached by the Kia cee'd I Hatchback is greater as compared to this of the Hyundai Excel II Hatchback which allows to drive the same distance on the highway faster. The difference that amounts to 19 kilometers per hour is small and is not realy noticable in daily driving.
The width of the car influences directly on passanger's inner room and driving stability. The Kia cee'd I is 11 % wider when compared to the Hyundai Excel II Hatchback 1.3 77HP manual. It is clearly perceptible by those sitting in front, who have more space for their elbows.
Kia has 286 mm longer wheelbase than the Hyundai Excel II Hatchback 1.3 77HP manual. A longer wheelbase provides more stable and comfortable ride, especially when driving fast. It also provides more storage space. But, vehicles with a longer wheelbase will not be as maneuverable as those with a shorter length between its axles.
The Kia cee'd I Hatchback 1.4 109HP manual has by 95 cc bigger cubic capacity in relation to the Hyundai Excel II Hatchback. This play a little role in terms of acceleration, as both figures does not differ much.
The Kia cee'd I is 138 millimeters longer when compared to the Hyundai. The length of the vehicle is significant in terms of driving comfort and room in the boot. The Kia preasumbly will be offering to it's passangers more space for legs. At the same time the Kia cee'd I will be better driven ,however, the Hyundai will be a bit easier to park because of shorter length of the body.
Number of doors
There’s no question that the five-door Kia is more convenient and if you regularly travel with more than one passenger then this car is only possible option for you. The strongest point of a five-door car 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 Hyundai Excel II Hatchback very often look more dynamic and sporty and for those who rarely have more than one passengers in the car the Hyundai Excel II might be a good one, the more so for being a little bit cheaper than the same model with more doors.
The higher a car is, the better is the comfort of getting in to it and greater capacity of carrying big amount of luggage to it. The difference between these two cars at the level of 95 millimeters in favor of the Kia cee'd I Hatchback 1.4 109HP manual is insignificant and should not be really noticeable.