The horsepower is a feature that most of car fans take into account at first when buying a car. In this comparison it is the Toyota RAV4 I Cabrio that has by 32 more horsepower in comparison to the Suzuki. As a result the Toyota is able to reach higher top speed. Having more horsepower the Toyota RAV4 I Cabrio will as well give seemingly more flexiblility in specific gears.
Distance between two sides of a car affects the amount of space for passengers and also stability on road. The Toyota is widther by 4 percent compared with the Suzuki Vitara I Cabrio 1.6 16V 97HP manual 4x4 and is not really important. The average for the „mini 4x4” segment equals to 1,797 mm and is by 104 mm bigger than the width of the Toyota RAV4 I.
In terms of capacity of a fuel tank it is the Toyota RAV4 I Cabrio which can hold 40 percent more fuel in relation to the Suzuki Vitara I Cabrio 1.6 16V 97HP manual 4x4. The average fuel tank size in the mini 4x4 segment, which is represented by the Toyota RAV4 I Cabrio 2.0 16V 129HP, is 61 l, whereas in mini 4x4 class (represented by the Suzuki Vitara I Cabrio 1.6 16V 97HP manual 4x4) it is 61 liters.
The Toyota RAV4 I is 85 millimeters longer when compared to the Suzuki Vitara I Cabrio. Long vehicles have more interior space and usually provide plenty of trunk space. Although the Toyota RAV4 I Cabrio 2.0 16V 129HP occurs to be better for families or drivers who appreciate soft, smooth long-distance rides, the Suzuki Vitara I may be more appropriate to the young as it will not cause problems with parking and will be more maneuverable.
Model release date
Production of the older car started 6 years prior to its competitor hence it seems to be right to assume that this car features not so advanced technologies .