The Volvo comes with petrol which makes by 81 more horsepower over the Toyota Auris II, giving the vehicle a more dynamic character. It seems to be googd car to those who want to experience thrill of getting behind the wheel of a sports car.
When you push the gas and you start speeding up rapidly, that’s torque you’re feeling. And you will feel it better driving the Volvo V40 II Cross Country 2.0 T4 180HP automatic 4x4 because it has 174 Nm more torque in relation to the Toyota Auris II. Compared cars differ so much that only driving the Volvo you will experience a pleasurable feeling of getting pinned back in the seat when it accelerate.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
The Volvo V40 II Cross Country speeds up to 100k\h
quicker in relation to the Toyota. A noticable difference in
acceleration in favor of the Volvo V40 II will allow him to overtake much
quicker and avoid other obstacles.
The top velocity possible to be reached by the Volvo V40 II Cross Country 2.0 T4 180HP automatic 4x4 is greater in comparison to of the Toyota Auris II by 35 kilometers/hour, which allows the Volvo V40 II Cross Country to overcome faster large distance of highway. The difference at the level of 20 % is small and will be insignificant in everyday driving.
Maximal torque RPM
The RMP at which the highest torque is reached tells us how fast an engine achieves its best output with increase in rotational speed. The lower rotational speed or the longer range at which the torque is the highest, the more the engine is flexible and the kick of acceleration should be felt faster.
The width of the vehicle influences on passanger's inner room as well as driving stability. The Volvo V40 II is 1 % wider when compared to the Toyota Auris II. It is clearly perceptible by those sitting in front, who have more space for their elbows.
In the category of fuel tank capacity it is the Volvo V40 II which can hold 2 percent more fuel in relation to the Toyota Auris II Hatchback 5d Dual VVT-i 100 99HP manual. The average fuel container size in the small family cars class, which is represented by the Volvo, amounts to 52 liters, whereas in compact class (represented by the Toyota Auris II) it equals 52 l.
Volvo V40 II Cross Country has 50 millimeters longer wheelbase in relation to the Toyota Auris II. A longer wheelbase provides more stable and comfortable ride, especially when driving fast. It also gives more storage space. But, vehicles having a longer wheelbase will not be as maneuverable as those with a shorter length between its axles.
Ground clearance is a crucial factor in many relevant features of a car. It is very important in SUV cars though all vehicles appreciate the higher suspension. The Volvo V40 II Cross Country 2.0 T4 180HP automatic 4x4 has 4 percent larger clearance when compared with the Toyota Auris II Hatchback 5d. Apart from easier mobility in rough terrain, the Volvo will also be easier to overcome city obstacles like high kerbstones, for example.
The Volvo V40 II Cross Country 2.0 T4 180HP automatic 4x4 has 656 cc greater engine displacement when compared to the Toyota Auris II Hatchback 5d. The difference is relatively large. Consequently the Volvo V40 II should accelerate faster and be able to reach higher top speed. On the other hand greater engine capacity affects worst fuel economy.
The Volvo V40 II Cross Country is 2 % longer than the Toyota. Long cars are more spacious and usually provide plenty of trunk space. While the Volvo occurs to be better choice for families or drivers who love the idea of soft, smooth long-distance rides that make them feel fresh and relaxed upon arriving, the Toyota Auris II Hatchback 5d Dual VVT-i 100 99HP manual may appeal to singles because it will not make troubles with parking and will be more maneuverable.
A manual transmission with which the Toyota Auris II Hatchback 5d is equipped is less complex construction and is cheaper in usage, however, also it is less comfortable as it requires the driver to put on clutch and shift gears and it can be lot of inconvenience in a jammed city traffic where we have lots of frequent stop and go situations. An automatic gearbox put in the Volvo V40 II Cross Country with gears in the amount of 6 – speeds gearbox is in our opinion better one to have.