The horsepower of the Volkswagen Golf VI Variant is 6 % bigger when compared to the Toyota Corolla XI 1.33 Dual VVT-i 99HP manual. As the difference is little this should not affect the vehicles performance in a noticeable way.
The Volkswagen consumes 1.1 l fewer fuel in the combined cycle than the Toyota Corolla XI. The Volkswagen Golf VI Variant 1.6 TDI-CR DPF 105HP manual, being classified in „lower middle” class consumes by 2.3 l less amount of fuel than the average in its class. The average fuel consumption in this class in the mixed cycle amounts to 6.8 l.
Thanks to 124 Nm more torque, the engine of the Volkswagen distinctly better transmits power to the wheels than the Toyota. This, in turn, have positive implications for a car's acceleration.
The fuel consumption (urban) is distinctly to the Volkswagen Golf VI Variant 1.6 TDI-CR DPF 105HP manual's advantage. This car burns 24 % less fuel running around the town when compared to the Toyota. Better fuel consumption means an increase in cruising range.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
A little difference at the level of 6 % shows that the Toyota Corolla XI 1.33 Dual VVT-i 99HP manual is the worst vehicle of these two compared. In the „small family cars segment, being represented by the Toyota Corolla XI, the medium acceleration to 100km/h is 11.3 s and is by 11 percent higher than this of Toyota vehicle.
The trunk of the Volkswagen Golf VI Variant 1.6 TDI-CR DPF 105HP manual is only 55 liters bigger than the Toyota Corolla XI 1.33 Dual VVT-i 99HP manual. However, the difference is not significant and it would be right to say that both vehicles have more of less the same trunk space.
The top speed of the Volkswagen Golf VI Variant is greater in comparison to this of the Toyota Corolla XI which allows to travel the same distance on the highway in shorter period of time. The difference at the level of 6 % is small and is imperceptible in daily use.
Maximal torque RPM
This huge difference stems from the fact that both compared vehicles are equipped with different engines. The Volkswagen Golf VI Variant 1.6 TDI-CR DPF 105HP manual is equipped with the diesel engine, the Toyota Corolla XI has the petrol engine. Because of the fact that these cars has different types of engines, comparing this feature is pointless.
Width of a car directly influences on room in the cabin and also stability during driving. The width of the Volkswagen Golf VI is larger by 9 mm than the Toyota and is not really worth considering. The medium for the „C” segment equals to 1,703 mm and is by 5 percent smaller than the same attribute of the Volkswagen Golf VI Variant.
Ground clearance is defined as the minimum distance between the car underbody and the ground. As far as the two compared vehicles are concerned, it is the Volkswagen that has 11 % higher ground clearance when compared with the Toyota Corolla XI. This is why the Volkswagen Golf VI Variant 1.6 TDI-CR DPF 105HP manual will cope better with dirt roads and high curbs in the city. There is olso one minus - the higher ground clearance means a higher center of gravity, which can adversely affect the handling of the Volkswagen Golf VI.
The Volkswagen has by 20 percent larger engine size in relation to the Toyota Corolla XI. This may have a little impact on vehicle's performance, as both values does not vary much.
Maximum load capacity
Number of doors
A 5-door car generally means a hatchback and as a result the Volkswagen Golf VI Variant 1.6 TDI-CR DPF 105HP manual, where you can open up the boot lid and fold flat the back seats giving more space for cargo, has an advantage over the four-door Toyota Corolla XI which in turn has smaller lid and a partition behind the rear seats.
If you are a tall driver or you happen to carry in the trunk stuffs of large dimensions, the Volkswagen Golf VI Variant 1.6 TDI-CR DPF 105HP manual, which is by 3 % higher than the Toyota, is better pick for you. However, compared cars do not differ much when it comes to its height and it should not be much observable.