The Mazda burns up 0.1 l less in the mixed cycle when compared to the Toyota. The difference in the amount of 2 percent is not realy noticeable. Nevertheless in the long term it would give a real savings.
The Mazda 121 III has 38 l
in comparison to the Toyota.
Such a difference is relevant
so it will distinctly is relevant to the comfort of the
car’s usage. At the same time that
the Mazda 121 III 1.2 75HP manual has 16 percent
trunk size than the average in the
same class. Larger
boot will be useful during family
journeys and also while
distance between left and right side of a vehicle directly influences on room in the cabin and also stability on road. The Mazda is widther by 12 millimeters in relation to the Toyota Starlet IV and is not really relevant. The medium for the „supermini” class equals to 1,645 mm and is by 8 millimeters smaller than the width of the Mazda 121 III.
The Toyota gives way to the Mazda 121 III 1.2 75HP manual in the aspect of fuel tank capacity. The Mazda 121 III is able to hold by 2 percent more fuel in comparison to its rival.
The wheelbase of a car means the distance between its front and rear wheels. The wheelbase significantly affects the driving due to more appropriate car's weight distribution. Mazda 121 III has 156 millimeters longer wheelbase distance in relation to Toyota. Wheelbase dimensions are crucial to the stability and steering. Hence, the mass of Mazda should be better distributed and driving should be easier and safer.
Maximum load capacity
The Mazda 121 III 1.2 75HP manual is 1 percent longer in relation to the Toyota Starlet IV. Long vehicles are more spacious and in most cases provide more storage space. Although the Mazda seems to be better option for families or drivers who value convenient rides, the Toyota Starlet IV may be more appropriate to the young as it will not make problems with parking and will have smaller turning radius.
Number of doors
There’s no question that the five-door Mazda 121 III is more usable and if you regularly carry more than one passenger then you should not have any doubts which one to choose. The biggest advantage of a five-door car is that it’s not only easier for passengers to climb into the back but it’s as well easier to put luggage and cargo into the vehicle when the rear seats are folded flat. However, three-door cars like the Toyota generally look more dynamic and sporty and for young drivers who rarely have passengers in the back seat the Toyota Starlet IV may be better one.