The Volvo V40 II Cross Country 2.0 T4 180HP automatic 4x4 is equipped with petrol which makes by 81 more horsepower than the Toyota Corolla XI, transforming the car to a more sporty character. It should be better car to those who want to feel thrill of drive a sports car.
When you step on the gas and you start accelerating fast, 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 as it has 174 Nm more torque than the Toyota Corolla XI. Compared vehicles differ so much that only driving the Volvo V40 II you will have a pleasurable sensations of getting pressed back in the seat as it starts to accelerate.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
The Volvo V40 II Cross Country 2.0 T4 180HP automatic 4x4 accelerates to 100k\h
compared to the Toyota Corolla XI. A noticable difference in
acceleration in favor of the Volvo will allow him to overtake much
quicker and avoid other obstacles.
The top speed possible to be reached by the Volvo V40 II Cross Country 2.0 T4 180HP automatic 4x4 is higher as compared to this of the Toyota Corolla XI which allows to cover the same distance on the highway faster. The difference at the level of 17 percent is small and is imperceptible in everyday use.
Maximal torque RPM
The RMP where the maximum torque is produced shows us how fast an engine achieves its best performance with growth in rmp. The lower rmp or the wider range in which the torque is the greatest, the more the engine is flexible and the kick of acceleration should be felt earlier.
Width of a vehicle affects the amount of space for passengers and also stability during driving. The width of the Volvo V40 II Cross Country is larger only by 8 mm in relation to the Toyota Corolla XI and is not really relevant. The average for the „compact” segment amounts to approximately 1,703 mm and is by 5 percent smaller than the same attribute of the Volvo V40 II Cross Country.
Ground clearance means the space between the car underbody and the road. From these two cars, it is the Volvo which has 17 percent higher ride height in relation to the Toyota. For this reason the Volvo will cope better with dirt roads and high curbs in the city. There is olso one minus - the higher ground clearance equals a higher center of gravity, which can adversely influence the handling of the Volvo.
The Volvo V40 II Cross Country has 656 cubic centimeters larger cubic capacity in relation to the Toyota Corolla XI. The difference is relatively notable. For this reason the Volvo V40 II Cross Country 2.0 T4 180HP automatic 4x4 should accelerate faster and be able to achieve higher maximum speed. On the other hand greater engine capacity usually means worst fuel economy.
Number of doors
A five-door car usually is a hatchback (however estate cars also count as 5-door cars) and as a result the Volvo V40 II, where you can open up the boot lid and fold flat the back seats enlarging a luggage compartment, has an advantage on the four-door Toyota Corolla XI 1.33 Dual VVT-i 99HP manual which is less comfortable to load and unload baggage.
For a comfortable travelling around town, it is worth to have an automatic but the choice of transmisison may have a big impact on fuel efficiency. Automatics may burn up around from 5 to 10% more than manuals.