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What is Better Maserati 3200 GT or Subaru Outback?

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12 reasons to buy Maserati 3200 GT

Engine and transmission
More cylinders 8 vs 4 4 more cylinders. The more cylinders = the less vibration and the engine runs more smoothly.
Piston stroke longer 80 mm vs 79 mm 1% or 1 mm. The longer stroke = lower fuel consumption and fewer emissions.
More engine power

370 bhp vs 167 bhp

271 kw. vs 123 kw.

55% or 203 bhp. More power of car = more top speed.
More torque 491 nM vs 229 nM 53% or 262 nM. More torque = faster acceleration.
Performance
Faster acceleration from 0 to 60 mph 5.1 sec. vs 10.4 sec. 5.3 sec.
More top speed 174 mph vs 123 mph 51 mph
Fuel consumption
Less fuel consumption (Combined cycle) 18.1 mpg vs 33.62 mpg 86% or 15.52 mpg
Less fuel consumption (Highway) 26.4 mpg vs 42.22 mpg 60% or 15.82 mpg
Less fuel consumption (City) 11.8 mpg vs 25 mpg 112% or 13.2 mpg
Weight and capacity
More capacity of fuel tank 90 liters vs 65 liters 28% or 25 liters
More maximum allowable weight 2050 kg vs 2040 kg 0% or 10 kg
Warranty
More standard warranty - Mileage 994406 miles vs 62150 miles 94% or 932256 miles

8 reasons to buy Subaru Outback

Engine and transmission
Piston diameter larger 99.5 mm vs 80 mm 20% or 19.5 mm larger. The larger diameter of cylinder = the greater filling ratio. Cons: increase emissions of toxic substances.
Emissions
Less CO2 emissions 121 g/mile vs 230 g/mile 90% or 109 g/mile
Higher european emission standard EURO 5 vs EURO 3 2 generations
Warranty
More warranty against corrosion 12 years vs 2 years 83% or 10 years
More painted surfaces warranty 3 years vs 2 years 33% or 1 years
More standard warranty - Years 3 years vs 2 years 33% or 1 years
Other specs
Less weight 1534 kg vs 1590 kg 4% or 56 kg Weight of the vehicle affects: fuel consumption, acceleration dynamic, braking distance, etc.
More seats 5 vs 4 1

Neutral reasons Maserati 3200 GT vs. Subaru Outback

Engine and transmission
Engine speed (RPM) 6250 RPM vs 5600 RPM 10% or 650 more rpms.
Engine capacity 3217 cm3 vs 2457 cm3 24% or 760 cm3 more
Cylinders location V8 vs Horizontally
Camshaft QUAD CAM vs SOHC
Fuel supply Distributor fuel injection vs Distributor fuel injection
Turbocharging Yes vs Yes
Dimensions
Length 4510 mm vs 4775 mm 6% or 265 mm shorter
Width 1822 mm vs 1820 mm 0% or 2 mm wider
Height 1305 mm vs 1605 mm 19% or 300 mm lower
Wheels and tires
Wheelbase 2660 mm vs 2745 mm 3% or 85 mm less
Front tires size 235/40 ZR18 vs 225/60 R17
Rear tires size 238/35 ZR18 vs 225/60 R17
Spare wheel 235/40 ZR18 vs repair kit
Type of wheels 18 alloy wheels vs 17" alloy wheels
*Specs may vary depending on configurations and year of production(taken parameters of last released versions)