The horsepower of the Toyota is by 23 % bigger than the Nissan. While the difference is small this should not affect the vehicles performance largely.
The trunk of the Toyota is 1,085 liters bigger in comparison to the Nissan Terrano II 2.4 i 12V 4WD 124HP manual. It is perceptible difference therefore in this category the Toyota 4Runner III will be much more practical. The larger the boot, the more baggage you can hold.
Trunk capacity with seats down
The top speed possible to be reached by the Toyota 4Runner III is higher as compared to this of the Nissan which allows to travel the same distance on the highway faster. The difference that amounts to 3 percent is little and is not realy noticable in everyday driving.
Trunk length with seats up
The Toyota 4Runner III has 13 percent bigger engine size in relation to the Nissan Terrano II 2.4 i 12V 4WD 124HP manual. As the difference is not big, the Toyota 4Runner III should accelerate a bit dynamically, assuming that other paramerters are equal.
Number of doors
There’s no question that the five-door Toyota 4Runner III 2.7 16V 152HP manual is more usable and if you regularly travel with more than one people then you should not have any doubts which one to choose. The strongest point of a five-door car is that it’s not only easier for passengers to climb into the rear seats but it’s also easier to place luggage and cargo into the vehicle when the rear seats are folded down. However, three-door cars like the Nissan Terrano II 2.4 i 12V 4WD 124HP manual very often look more dynamic and sporty and for those who rarely have more than one passengers in the car the Nissan Terrano II 2.4 i 12V 4WD 124HP manual may be better one.
Model release date
Because of the fact that the Nissan Terrano II 2.4 i 12V 4WD 124HP manual's production began only 2 years before the Toyota, the distance in technology used in both cars shouldn’t be really big, however, the Toyota 4Runner III might have a bit more advanced solutions applied in it.