The horsepower is a this thing that most of drivers look at first when buying a car. In this comparison it is the Hyundai Grandeur IV which has by 55 more horsepower when compared to the Volvo V90 3.0 24V 180HP. Consequently the Hyundai Grandeur IV can reach higher maximum speed. Having more horsepower the Hyundai Grandeur IV will as well provide seemingly more flexiblility in specific speeds.
The width of the vehicle influences on passanger's inner room and driving stability. The Hyundai is 7 % wider in comparison to the Volvo V90. It is often clearly perceptible by those sitting in front, who have more space for their elbows.
The wheelbase of a car equals the length separating its front and rear wheels. The wheelbase notably affects the driving due to better vehicle's weight distribution. Hyundai Grandeur IV has 6 mm longer wheelbase distance in relation to Volvo. Wheelbase dimensions are crucial to the balance and steering. Thus, the mass of Hyundai Grandeur IV 3.3 CVVT V6 235HP automatic should be better distributed and driving should be smoother and safer.
The Hyundai Grandeur IV is 34 millimeters longer in relation to the Volvo V90 3.0 24V 180HP. The length of the vehicle plays a role in respect of travelling comfort and space in the trunk. The Hyundai Grandeur IV 3.3 CVVT V6 235HP automatic probably will be offering to it's passangers more room for legs. Aditionally the Hyundai Grandeur IV will be better driven but the Volvo V90 will be a slightly easier to park because of shorter length .
Model release date
Manufacture of the older vehicle began 8 years prior to Volvo thus it is reasonable to suppose that this car features not so modern solutions applied.
The higher a vehicle is, the better is the comfort of getting in to it and greater possibility of carrying big amount of thinks to it. The difference between these two cars that amounts to 3 % to the advantage of the Hyundai is small and should not be really noticeable.
For a smooth ride around town, it is good to have an automatic however the choice of transmisison may have a substantial effect on fuel efficiency. Automatics may use around from 5 to 10% more than manuals.