The fuel economy is distinctly to Mercedes V-Class II's advantage. This vehicle consumes 31 percent fewer fuel in the combined cycle than the Hyundai H1 II. Keep in mind that average fuel consumption in the combined cycle for the van class, in which the Mercedes is classified, equals to 8.7 l whereas the Mercedes V-Class II uses by 30 percent less amount of fuel than the average.
The Mercedes V-Class II uses 3.8 l of fuel less in the city compared to the Hyundai H1 II Van. The Mercedes, that represents van class, consumes 3.8 l less oil, which is by 33 % better fuel consumption in comparison to the average in the same segment. The difference in fuel consumption between these two cars is really significant, so note that so as to the comparison have a sense, you should pick up cars of similar parameters.
The maximum velocity of the Mercedes V-Class II 200 CDI 136HP manual is higher as compared to this of the Hyundai which allows to drive the same distance on the highway in shorter period of time. The difference that amounts to 2 kilometers per hour is little and is not realy noticable in daily use.
Maximal torque RPM
A greater range as well as a lower number of rotations at which the maximum torque is reached has an impact on an engine’s efficiency and flexibility. Still, in order to eliminate engines drawbacks like e.g. turbo lug, it is recommended to see a torque performance graph.
Width of a vehicle affects room in the cabin as well as stability while driving. The Mercedes V-Class II is widther by 6 mm in comparison to the Hyundai H1 II Van and is not really worth considering. The medium for the „van” class amounts to approximately 1,821 mm and is by 6 % larger than the same attribute of the Mercedes V-Class II.
Number of gears
The Mercedes has a one additional
speed in relation to the
Hyundai H1 II. Sometimes the
extra speed is a very
tall one thanks to which the previous
gears can be shorter in order to
allow increased performance in the
lower gears. One more speed as well will result in smaller
fuel consumption and CO2 emission.
The Mercedes V-Class II 200 CDI 136HP manual is 15 mm longer than the Hyundai H1 II Van. Long vehicles more of passenger space and in most cases provide plenty of trunk space. While the Mercedes V-Class II seems to be better option for families or drivers who appreciate soft, smooth long-distance driving, the Hyundai H1 II Van 2.5 CRDi 136HP manual may be more appropriate to city drivers because it will not cause troubles with parking and will be more maneuverable.
Model release date
Production of the older car began much more earlier than its competitor and for this reason we may expect that this vehicle has significantly less modern solutions .