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What is Better Toyota Picnic or Chevrolet Alero?

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3 reasons to buy Toyota Picnic

Fuel consumption
Less fuel consumption (Combined cycle) 29.1 mpg vs 29.99 mpg 3% or 0.89 mpg
Less fuel consumption (Highway) 36.2 mpg vs 40 mpg 10% or 3.8 mpg
Other specs
Less weight 1440 kg vs 1480 kg 3% or 40 kg Weight of the vehicle affects: fuel consumption, acceleration dynamic, braking distance, etc.

8 reasons to buy Chevrolet Alero

Engine and transmission
More valves per cylinder 16 vs 4 12 more valves per cylinder. The more valves = the better combustion of the fuel.
More engine power

141 bhp vs 126 bhp

102 kw. vs 94 kw.

11% or 15 bhp. More power of car = more top speed.
More torque 199 nM vs 178 nM 11% or 21 nM. More torque = faster acceleration.
Performance
Faster acceleration from 0 to 60 mph 10.60 sec. vs 11.7 sec. 1.1 sec.
More top speed 124 mph vs 109 mph 15 mph
Fuel consumption
Less fuel consumption (City) 21 mpg vs 21.69 mpg 3% or 0.69 mpg
Emissions
Less CO2 emissions 139 g/mile vs 142 g/mile 2% or 3 g/mile
Weight and capacity
More minimum boot capacity 433 liters vs 182 liters 58% or 251 liters

Neutral reasons Toyota Picnic vs. Chevrolet Alero

Engine and transmission
Engine speed (RPM) 5400 RPM vs 5800 RPM 7% or 400 less rpms.
Engine capacity 1998 cm3 vs 2392 cm3 16% or 394 cm3 less
Turbocharging Yes vs Yes
Speeds 4 vs 5 1 less
Dimensions
Length 4530 mm vs 4742 mm 4% or 212 mm shorter
Width 1695 mm vs 1780 mm 5% or 85 mm narrower
Height 1660 mm vs 1399 mm 16% or 261 mm higher
Wheels and tires
Front tires size 195/65R14 vs 215/60R15
Rear tires size 195/65R14 vs 215/60R15
*Specs may vary depending on configurations and year of production(taken parameters of last released versions)