The Opel Adam 1.2 70HP manual consumes 7 percent less in the combined cycle than the Renault Clio IV Grandtour 1.2 16V 74HP manual. The difference in the amount of 7 % is not realy noticeable. Nevertheless in the long term it would give a real savings.
Maximum torque of the Opel Adam 1.2 70HP manual is 8 newton meters higher than the Renault Clio IV. For this reason, the Opel Adam will accelerate somewhat faster and be better for overtaking other cars. Appropriate use of the flexibility of the engine may also cause that the Opel Adam 1.2 70HP manual will use fever fuel for every 100 km.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
The Renault Clio IV Grandtour 1.2 16V 74HP manual accelerates from 0 to 100 Km/h relatively slower compared with the Opel. The
difference at the level of
3 percent is
quite little and it should
not be strongly taken by you into
consideration when choosing
one of presented
Maximal torque RPM
The rotational speed at which the highest torque is delivered indicates how fast an engine achieves its full output with growth in rmp. The lower revolutions or the wider range at which the torque is the greatest, the more the engine is flexible and a sensation of acceleration should be felt faster.
The Opel has 7 percent greater engine size in comparison to the Renault Clio IV Grandtour. Because the difference is small, the Opel should accelerate a bit faster, assuming that other paramerters are equal.
The higher a vehicle is, the better is the comfort of boarding it and greater possibility of loading big amount of luggage to it. The difference between these two cars at the level of 3 percent to the advantage of the Opel Adam is insignificant and does not matter much.