The fuel economy is considerably to Peugeot 307 II Hatchback 1.6 HDi 16V 90HP manual's advantage. This car burns 1.4 l less fuel in the combined cycle when compared with the Kia. Bear in mind that average fuel consumption in the mixed cycle for the compact class, in which the Peugeot 307 II Hatchback is classified, is 6.8 l while the Peugeot 307 II Hatchback uses by 28 percent less fuel than the average.
Due to 55 % greater torque, the engine of the Peugeot 307 II distinctly better transmits power to the wheels than the Kia. This, in turn, have positive implications for acceleration.
The fuel consumption of the Peugeot 307 II Hatchback 1.6 HDi 16V 90HP manual is 20 % smaller than the Kia cee'd I Hatchback 1.4 109HP manual. Despite the fact that the difference is insensible, in the long run it may make that the car would be much cheper to use.
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This huge difference results from the fact that both compared cars are equipped with different engines. The Peugeot 307 II has the diesel engine, the Kia cee'd I Hatchback 1.4 109HP manual is equipped with the petrol engine. Taking into consideration different kinds of engines, comparing this characteristic has no sense.
The Peugeot 307 II has by 12 percent bigger engine displacement than the Kia cee'd I Hatchback. This may have a little impact as far as acceleration is concerned, as both values are quite simmilar.
If you are a tall driver or you carry in the trunk stuffs of large dimensions, the Peugeot, which is by 3 percent higher than the Kia cee'd I Hatchback, is appropriate pick for you. However, compared vehicles do not differ much in its height and it should not be much noticeable.