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What is Better Toyota Picnic or Dodge Viper?

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Toyota Picnic Dodge Viper

2 reasons to buy Toyota Picnic

Emissions
Less CO2 emissions 142 g/mile vs 288 g/mile 103% or 146 g/mile
Other specs
Less weight 1440 kg vs 1565 kg 9% or 125 kg Weight of the vehicle affects: fuel consumption, acceleration dynamic, braking distance, etc.

9 reasons to buy Dodge Viper

Engine and transmission
More cylinders 10 vs 4 6 more cylinders. The more cylinders = the less vibration and the engine runs more smoothly.
More engine power

500 bhp vs 126 bhp

363 kw. vs 94 kw.

75% or 374 bhp. More power of car = more top speed.
More torque 712 nM vs 178 nM 75% or 534 nM. More torque = faster acceleration.
Performance
Faster acceleration from 0 to 60 mph 3.90 sec. vs 11.7 sec. 7.8 sec.
More top speed 190 mph vs 109 mph 81 mph
Fuel consumption
Less fuel consumption (Combined cycle) 15 mpg vs 29.1 mpg 94% or 14.1 mpg
Less fuel consumption (Highway) 23 mpg vs 36.2 mpg 57% or 13.2 mpg
Less fuel consumption (City) 9 mpg vs 21.69 mpg 141% or 12.69 mpg
Weight and capacity
More minimum boot capacity 240 liters vs 182 liters 24% or 58 liters

Neutral reasons Toyota Picnic vs. Dodge Viper

Engine and transmission
Engine speed (RPM) 5400 RPM vs 5600 RPM 4% or 200 less rpms.
Engine capacity 1998 cm3 vs 8277 cm3 76% or 6279 cm3 less
Turbocharging Yes vs Yes
Speeds 4 vs 6 2 less
Dimensions
Length 4530 mm vs 4460 mm 2% or 70 mm shorter
Width 1695 mm vs 1910 mm 11% or 215 mm narrower
Height 1660 mm vs 1210 mm 27% or 450 mm higher
Wheels and tires
Front tires size 195/65R14 vs 345/30ZR19
Rear tires size 195/65R14 vs 345/30ZR19
*Specs may vary depending on configurations and year of production(taken parameters of last released versions)