The Toyota Auris I uses 1.1 l less fuel in the mixed cycle in relation to the Volvo C30 Hatchback 3d. The Toyota Auris I, which is classified in „lower middle” class consumes by 1 l less fuel than the average in its class. The average fuel consumption in this class in the mixed cycle amounts to 6.8 l.
The Toyota Auris I Hatchback uses 24 % of gasoline fewer in the city in relation to the Volvo. The Toyota, which comes from compact segment, burns up 1.6 l less gasoline, which constitutes by 18 % better result than the average in its segment. The difference in fuel efficiency between compared vehicles is quite big, so remember that in order to the the comparison have a sense, you should pick up cars with similar characteristics.
Maximal torque RPM
A greater range and a lower value of revolutions at which the highest torque is delivered has an impact on an engine’s dynamism and flexibility. However, in order to have a full perspective on a car’s engine performance, it is always recommended to see a torque graph.
In the category of fuel tank capacity it is the Toyota that can hold 8 percent more fuel in relation to the Volvo C30 Hatchback 3d. The average fuel container capacity in the C class, from which the Toyota Auris I Hatchback comes from, equals 52 l, whereas in lower middle class (represented by the Volvo C30 Hatchback 3d) it is 52 l.
Number of gears
The Toyota has a one extra
speed compared to the
Volvo C30. Most often this
extra gear is used as an overdrive so that the previous
gears can be narrower in order to
allow increased acceleration in the
lower speeds. One more gear as well have an effect on decreasing
fuel consumption and CO2 output.
Maximum load capacity
The higher a vehicle is, the the more convenient is a boarding it and greater possibility of putting big amount of luggage to it. The difference between these two cars that amounts to 2 percent to the advantage of the Toyota Auris I Hatchback is not big and does not matter much.