The Hyundai H1 II Van has by 47 percent more horsepower compared to Mercedes. The Hyundai will be distinctly quicker accelerate because of bigger amout of horses under its hoot. Also passing other vehicles while moving along the road should be much more easier for a car equipped with more powerful engine.
The Hyundai consumes 0.4 l less in the combined cycle in relation to the Mercedes Viano Van. The difference in the amount of 5 % is not very appreciable. However during a longer period of time it would give a real savings.
Thanks to 45 percent more torque, the engine of the Hyundai H1 II distinctly better transmits power to the wheels than the Mercedes Viano Van. This, in turn, have positive implications for a car's acceleration.
The Hyundai H1 II burns up 8 percent fewer petrol in the city in relation to the Mercedes Viano Van 2.0 CDI 116HP manual. The Hyundai H1 II Van 2.5 CRDi 170HP manual, that represents van segment, consumes 0.6 l less fuel. It is also worth to know that average fuel consumption in the urban for the van class equals to 11.5 l, whereas the Hyundai needs by 5 % less fuel than the average.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
A small difference amounts to 4 percent indicates that the Mercedes Viano Van is slightly beaten here. In the „van” class, to which the Mercedes Viano Van is assigned, the medium acceleration amounts to 12.6 s and is by 3.6 s faster than acceleration of Mercedes’s vehicle.
The top velocity of the Hyundai H1 II is greater than of the Mercedes by 15, which allows the Hyundai H1 II to travel faster long stretches of highway. The difference at the level of 15 percent is small and will be insignificant in everyday driving.
The width of the car influences on passanger's inner room as well as driving stability. The Hyundai H1 II Van 2.5 CRDi 170HP manual is 18 mm wider in relation to the Mercedes Viano. It is clearly felt by those sitting in front, who have more room for their elbows.
The Hyundai H1 II Van 2.5 CRDi 170HP manual has 350 cubic centimeters greater engine size in comparison to the Mercedes. For the reason that the difference is little, the Hyundai H1 II Van should accelerate only slightly faster, of course if other paramerters are equal.
The Hyundai H1 II Van 2.5 CRDi 170HP manual is 373 mm longer in relation to the Mercedes. The length of the vehicle plays a role in terms of driving comfort and room in the boot. The Hyundai H1 II Van 2.5 CRDi 170HP manual probably will be offering to it's passangers more space for legs. At the same time the Hyundai H1 II Van 2.5 CRDi 170HP manual will be better driven ,however, the Mercedes Viano Van will be a little easier for parking due to shorter length .
Number of doors
A five-door car usually means a hatchback (however estate cars also count as 5-door cars) and because of that the Hyundai H1 II Van 2.5 CRDi 170HP manual, which whole rear including the window lifts up and the rear seats folds flat making more room, has an advantage over the four-door Mercedes which in turn has smaller lid and a partition behind the rear seats.
Model release date
Because of the fact that the Mercedes Viano was unveiled only 4 years before the Hyundai H1 II Van 2.5 CRDi 170HP manual, the gap between technology used in both vehicles shouldn’t be really big, however, the Hyundai H1 II Van may feature slightly more modern solutions applied in it.
If you are a tall driver or you carry in the trunk stuffs of large dimensions, the Hyundai H1 II, which is by 63 mm higher than the Mercedes Viano Van 2.0 CDI 116HP manual, is better choice for you. However, presented vehicles do not differ much when it comes to its height and it should not be much noticeable.