Nissan Micra vs Volkswagen Polo vs Citroen C3



The new Nissan Micra has lofty aspirations in the supermini class, but does it have the talent to beat the VW Polo and Citroen C3?

2017-04-22 11:00
A glut of all-new superminis will hit the market this year, and the first one to take on the established contenders is the fresh Nissan Micra. Its fair to say that the Japanese hatchback has been out of contention for class honours for more than two decades, but Nissan has now repositioned its five-door hatch at the heart of the supermini sector.
It means the Japanese firm has a lot riding on this car, with plenty of new tech, a range of downsized turbo petrol and diesel engines and a more premium cabin aiming to win sales in one of the most hotly contested markets.
However, Volkswagen has been offering this winning combination for years now with its Polo. Its the reigning champ in the Best Supermini class at the Auto Express New Car Awards, and although well see an all-new version later this year, the current model is the one the Micra has to beat.

Best superminis on sale right now
Alongside this, the Nissan will have to fend off the challenge from Citroen and its characterful C3. Both the Polo and C3 offer good space, efficiency and kit, but can the Micra edge itself ahead of this talented duo?
Nissan Micra

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Image 2 of 40




Model:
Nissan Micra 0.9 IG-T Acenta


Price:
15,115


Engine:
0.9-litre 3cyl turbo petrol, 89bhp


0-60mph:
10.8 seconds


Test economy:
45.5mpg/10.0mpl


CO2:
99g/km


Annual road tax:
140



Weve waited a while for a new Micra, but now that the Nissan is a proper small hatchback, rather than straddling the city car and supermini classes like its predecessor, the fight is on. It offers plenty of tech, striking looks and practicality to rival the best in its class. Our pictures show an N-Connecta model, but its the 15,115 1.0 IG-T Acenta we test here.
The Micras IG-T 90 0.9-litre three-cylinder turbo petrol engine has been taken from the Renault Clio, although Nissans engineers have recalibrated the unit here. It produces 89bhp the same as the Polo, but is down on the Citroens 108bhp output. Torque is down, too, at just 140Nm and its produced relatively high up the rev range.

Image 6 of 40
Image 6 of 40

While straight-line performance isnt the most important factor for a supermini, you have to work the Nissans engine harder than in its rivals, which means its less relaxing to drive. The Micra sprinted from 0-60mph in 10.8 seconds on test, while that low torque figure meant it trailed the Polos in-gear acceleration in fifth between 50-70mph, taking 14.5 seconds 3.6 seconds longer than the VW.
On a B-road or even around town you have to work the engine and gearbox more than in its rivals to keep pace with traffic, but the power delivery isnt as smooth as in the Polo or C3. Compared with the slicker shift in the VW, the Micras five-speed unit feels imprecise.

Image 7 of 40
Image 7 of 40

The Nissan handles sweetly enough, and all cars get the Active Ride and Active Trace Control electronic systems from the larger Qashqai. The former applies the brakes over bumps to keep the body tied down, while the latter brakes an inside wheel in corners to help stick to your chosen line.
The ride is a little pattery, with a firm edge even on smaller wheels, but its refined at speed. However, next to the precision of the Polo and the comfort of the C3, the Micra simply lacks sparkle.
Testers notes: Nissan is targeting a younger audience with the Micra, so there are plenty of customisation options. Exterior colour accents for the bumpers, doors and wing mirrors cost 300.
Volkswagen Polo

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Image 3 of 40




Model:
Volkswagen Polo 1.2 TSI 90 Match Edition


Price:
15,090


Engine:
1.2-litre 4cyl turbo petrol, 89bhp


0-60mph:
9.9 seconds


Test economy:
43.6mpg/9.6mpl


CO2:
109g/km


Annual road tax:
140



The Volkswagen Polo has dominated the supermini class ever since the facelifted model appeared in 2014. With a blend of refinement, quality, practicality and precision, its got all bases covered, which has allowed it to see off a host of newer rivals. Here we sample it in 15,090 1.2 TSI Match Edition guise, which delivers an impressive combination of value, kit, performance and efficiency.
VWs tried-and-tested 1.2 TSI 90 motor is a little old hat in this company, but its an effective performer thats popular with buyers. With 89bhp and 160Nm of torque, the four-cylinder unit is on a par with the Micra, but trails the more powerful C3. At the track, the eager engine pulled the Polo from 0-60mph in 9.9 seconds, which was two-tenths behind the Citroen, but nine tenths ahead of the Nissan. The Polo consolidated its advantage in-gear, where it was fastest of all in fourth and fifth gear.

Image 19 of 40
Image 19 of 40

On the road, the VW feels the most eager, while its engine is smoother and quieter than the three-cylinder units of its rivals. Theres further praise for the five-speed gearbox, which benefits from a slick and precise action. It works in conjunction with the light and progressive clutch to make the Polo the easiest car to drive smoothly, particularly around town.
Even though the underpinnings arent at the cutting edge, thorough development means the Polo feels assured on the move. Its not as soft as the C3, but the damping takes the edge off big bumps more effectively. Refinement is also good, with mechanical, wind and road noise kept in check, even at high speeds. It really does feel like a larger car when cruising on the motorway.

Image 20 of 40
Image 20 of 40

And the faster you drive the VW, the better it is. Body roll is well checked and theres bags of grip, while the naturally weighted steering allows you to place the car accurately. The Micra isnt far behind when it comes to agility and composure, but it lacks the Polos dynamic polish and excellent refinement.
Testers notes: The effects of VWs Dieselgate scandal are clear to see in the Polo line-up. Theres just one 1.4 TDI on offer, while the ultra-efficient BlueMotion model is now petrol powered.
Citroen C3

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Image 4 of 40




Model:
Citroen C3 PureTech 110 Feel


Price:
15,235


Engine:
1.2-litre 3cyl turbo petrol, 108bhp


0-60mph:
9.7 seconds


Test economy:
43.3mpg/9.5mpl


CO2:
103g/km


Annual road tax:
140



The C3 was a breath of fresh air when it arrived last year. It scaled down some of the quirky design features from the Citroen C4 Cactus crossover to give the supermini plenty of character, helping it stand out from the crowd in a busy sector. Our pictures show the range-topping Flair model, but here we test the 15,235 mid-spec Feel trim with Citroens PureTech 110 petrol engine.
The C3s 1.2-litre three-cylinder turbo unit serves up 108bhp and a healthy 205Nm of torque from 1,500rpm 65Nm more than the Micra. It shows why the Citroen was the quickest at the test track, sprinting from 0-60mph in 9.7 seconds.

Image 30 of 40
Image 30 of 40

However, while the C3 feels fairly quick, elements of the package, such as the rubbery gear shift, mean its not as precise as the Polo to drive. The steering is light but has a natural weight, which makes it easy to drive on tight city streets, but the C3s size does make it feel like the largest car on test. This is backed up by the least agile chassis although the trade-off is a good level of comfort.
As long as you avoid big potholes, the Citroens suspension moves with the road nicely, meaning you can make surprising and relatively relaxed progress. Its best to drive the C3 using the punch lower down in the range. The PureTech unit gets a little rougher higher up, becoming more vocal with revs. The Citroen doesnt like to be hustled, and although theres a respectable level of grip on offer, you cant lean on the chassis like you can in the VW.

Image 31 of 40
Image 31 of 40

The C3 prefers a calmer approach, which fits with the cars character thats why the Citroen is a convincing supermini that delivers comfort and usability with the benefit of decent performance.
Testers notes: The Airbumps on the C3s flanks should help prevent dents in car parks, but theyre only standard on the Flair model. If you want them on Feel trim, youll have to pay 290.
Verdict
First place: Volkswagen Polo

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Image 18 of 40

Its rivals are catching up, but the Polo is still a polished product thats great to drive and is packed with tech. It emits the most CO2, but car tax changes mean thats less important, while economy is on a par. It offers enough boot space for a supermini and clever packaging creates as much room as the larger Micra in the rear. Factor in rock-solid residuals and the VW retains its crown.
Second place: Citroen C3

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Image 29 of 40

Interior quality lets the C3 down compared to its interesting design. However, it offers the most space and affordable running costs. Factor in the Citroens decent level of performance that makes it easy to drive, and its relaxing ride quality, and it edges ahead of the Nissan. You get a good level of kit for the money, but poor depreciation dents its appeal.
Third place: Nissan Micra

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Image 5 of 40

The reinvented Micras styling, fresher interior and improved infotainment bring it up to date. It also offers plenty of efficiency, making it a good choice for business users. However, competition in the supermini sector is fierce, and the Nissan isnt as good to drive as the Polo or as comfortable as the C3. Some practicality drawbacks and a lack of sparkle see it finish a close third.
Is it worth waiting for this model?
SEAT Ibiza 1.0 TSI SE Tech




Due: Summer
Price: 15,255
Engine: 1.0-litre 3cyl, 94bhp
The all-new Ibiza looks ready to shake up the order. With sleek lines, an upmarket interior, plenty of tech and strong refinement, it has all the ingredients to shine. Eager 1.0 TSI in SE Tech guise is the pick of the bunch.
Figures




VW Polo 1.2 TSI 90 Match Edition
Citroen C3 PureTech 110 Feel
Nissan Micra 0.9 IG-T Acenta


On the road price/total as tested
15,090/15,090
15,235/15,235
15,115/15,115


Residual value after 3yrs/36,000
6,368/42.2%
5,119/33.6%
5,653/37.4%


Depreciation
8,722
10,116
9,462


Annual tax liability std/higher rate
601/1,203
577/1,154
538/1,076


Annual fuel cost 12k/20k miles
1,474/2,457
1,484/2,474
1,412/2,354


Ins. group/quote/road tax cost
15/739/140
16/736/140
3/555/140


Cost of 1st/2nd/3rd service
288 2yrs/20k
400/11pm 3yrs
159/249/159








Length/wheelbase
3,972/2,470mm
3,996/2,540mm
3,999/2,525mm


Height/width
1,453/1,682mm
1,474/1,829mm
1,455/1,743mm


Engine
4cyl in-line/1,197cc
3cyl in-line/1,199cc
3cyl in-line/898cc


Peak power/revs
89/4,800 bhp/rpm
108/5,500 bhp/rpm
89/5,500 bhp/rpm


Peak torque/revs
160/1,400 Nm/rpm
205/1,500 Nm/rpm
140/2,250 Nm/rpm


Transmission
5-spd man/fwd
5-spd man/fwd
5-spd man/fwd


Fuel tank capacity/spare wheel
45 litres/repair kit
45 litres/space saver
41 litres/repair kit


Boot capacity
280/952 litres
300/922 litres
300/1,004 litres


Kerbweight/payload/towing weight
1,107/531/1,000kg
1,050/550/600kg
1,082/470/1,200kg


Turning circle
10.6 metres
10.9 metres
10.0 metres


Basic warranty miles/recovery
3yrs 60k/1yr
3yrs 60k/1yr
3yrs60k/3yrs


Service intervals/UK dealers
Variable 1yr/223
20k miles 1yr/196
12k miles 1yr/221


Driver Power manufacturer/dealer pos
24th/28th
26th/18th
28th/29th


NCAP: Adult/child/ped./assist/stars
90/86/41/71/5
88/83/59/58/4
N/A








0-60/30-70mph
9.9/10.2 secs
9.7/10.5 secs
10.8/10.8 secs


30-50mph in 3rd/4th
5.0/7.2 secs
4.6/7.7 secs
5.0/7.2 secs


50-70mph in 5th
10.9 secs
11.0 secs
14.5 secs


Top speed/rpm at 70mph
114mph/2,600rpm
117mph/2,500rpm
109mph/2,900rpm


Braking 70-0/60-0/30-0mph
51.4/36.9/9.4m
53.7/38.8/11.2m
49.0/34.0/9.2m


Noise outside/idle/30/70mph
62/50/58/64dB
74/51/62/70dB
71/51/65/73dB


Auto Express economy/range
43.6/9.6/432 miles
43.3/9.5/429 miles
45.5/10.0/410 miles


Govt urban/extra-urban/combined
47.1/70.6/60.1mpg
51.4/70.6/61.4mpg
50.4/76.3/64.2mpg


Govt urban/extra-urban/combined
10.4/15.5/13.2mpl
11.3/15.5/13.5mpl
11.1/16.8/14.1mpl


Actual/claimed CO2/tax bracket
150/109g/km/20%
151/103g/km/19%
143/99g/km/18%








Airbags/Isofix/park sensors/camera
Four/yes/yes/245
Six/yes/500*/500*
Six/y/700*/700*


Auto/stability/cruise control/AEB
1,375/y/y/400^
No/yes/yes/no
No/yes/yes/yes


Climate ctrl/leather/heated seats
380/no/360
Yes/no/no
450*/no/no


Met paint/LED lights/keyless go
555/910/no
495/no/no
575/500/450*


Sat-nav/USB/DAB/Bluetooth
700/yes/yes/yes
500/yes/yes/yes
700*/yes/no/yes



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Nissan Micra vs Volkswagen Polo vs Citroen C3
4 years ago

http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/nissan/micra/99261/nissan-micra-vs-volkswagen-polo-vs-citroen-c3

The new Nissan Micra has lofty aspirations in the supermini class, but does it have the talent to beat the VW Polo and Citroen C3?

2017-04-22 11:00
A glut of all-new superminis will hit the market this year, and the first one to take on the established contenders is the fresh Nissan Micra. Its fair to say that the Japanese hatchback has been out of contention for class honours for more than two decades, but Nissan has now repositioned its five-door hatch at the heart of the supermini sector.
It means the Japanese firm has a lot riding on this car, with plenty of new tech, a range of downsized turbo petrol and diesel engines and a more premium cabin aiming to win sales in one of the most hotly contested markets.
However, Volkswagen has been offering this winning combination for years now with its Polo. Its the reigning champ in the Best Supermini class at the Auto Express New Car Awards, and although well see an all-new version later this year, the current model is the one the Micra has to beat.

Best superminis on sale right now
Alongside this, the Nissan will have to fend off the challenge from Citroen and its characterful C3. Both the Polo and C3 offer good space, efficiency and kit, but can the Micra edge itself ahead of this talented duo?
Nissan Micra

Image 2 of 40
Image 2 of 40




Model:
Nissan Micra 0.9 IG-T Acenta


Price:
15,115


Engine:
0.9-litre 3cyl turbo petrol, 89bhp


0-60mph:
10.8 seconds


Test economy:
45.5mpg/10.0mpl


CO2:
99g/km


Annual road tax:
140



Weve waited a while for a new Micra, but now that the Nissan is a proper small hatchback, rather than straddling the city car and supermini classes like its predecessor, the fight is on. It offers plenty of tech, striking looks and practicality to rival the best in its class. Our pictures show an N-Connecta model, but its the 15,115 1.0 IG-T Acenta we test here.
The Micras IG-T 90 0.9-litre three-cylinder turbo petrol engine has been taken from the Renault Clio, although Nissans engineers have recalibrated the unit here. It produces 89bhp the same as the Polo, but is down on the Citroens 108bhp output. Torque is down, too, at just 140Nm and its produced relatively high up the rev range.

Image 6 of 40
Image 6 of 40

While straight-line performance isnt the most important factor for a supermini, you have to work the Nissans engine harder than in its rivals, which means its less relaxing to drive. The Micra sprinted from 0-60mph in 10.8 seconds on test, while that low torque figure meant it trailed the Polos in-gear acceleration in fifth between 50-70mph, taking 14.5 seconds 3.6 seconds longer than the VW.
On a B-road or even around town you have to work the engine and gearbox more than in its rivals to keep pace with traffic, but the power delivery isnt as smooth as in the Polo or C3. Compared with the slicker shift in the VW, the Micras five-speed unit feels imprecise.

Image 7 of 40
Image 7 of 40

The Nissan handles sweetly enough, and all cars get the Active Ride and Active Trace Control electronic systems from the larger Qashqai. The former applies the brakes over bumps to keep the body tied down, while the latter brakes an inside wheel in corners to help stick to your chosen line.
The ride is a little pattery, with a firm edge even on smaller wheels, but its refined at speed. However, next to the precision of the Polo and the comfort of the C3, the Micra simply lacks sparkle.
Testers notes: Nissan is targeting a younger audience with the Micra, so there are plenty of customisation options. Exterior colour accents for the bumpers, doors and wing mirrors cost 300.
Volkswagen Polo

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Image 3 of 40




Model:
Volkswagen Polo 1.2 TSI 90 Match Edition


Price:
15,090


Engine:
1.2-litre 4cyl turbo petrol, 89bhp


0-60mph:
9.9 seconds


Test economy:
43.6mpg/9.6mpl


CO2:
109g/km


Annual road tax:
140



The Volkswagen Polo has dominated the supermini class ever since the facelifted model appeared in 2014. With a blend of refinement, quality, practicality and precision, its got all bases covered, which has allowed it to see off a host of newer rivals. Here we sample it in 15,090 1.2 TSI Match Edition guise, which delivers an impressive combination of value, kit, performance and efficiency.
VWs tried-and-tested 1.2 TSI 90 motor is a little old hat in this company, but its an effective performer thats popular with buyers. With 89bhp and 160Nm of torque, the four-cylinder unit is on a par with the Micra, but trails the more powerful C3. At the track, the eager engine pulled the Polo from 0-60mph in 9.9 seconds, which was two-tenths behind the Citroen, but nine tenths ahead of the Nissan. The Polo consolidated its advantage in-gear, where it was fastest of all in fourth and fifth gear.

Image 19 of 40
Image 19 of 40

On the road, the VW feels the most eager, while its engine is smoother and quieter than the three-cylinder units of its rivals. Theres further praise for the five-speed gearbox, which benefits from a slick and precise action. It works in conjunction with the light and progressive clutch to make the Polo the easiest car to drive smoothly, particularly around town.
Even though the underpinnings arent at the cutting edge, thorough development means the Polo feels assured on the move. Its not as soft as the C3, but the damping takes the edge off big bumps more effectively. Refinement is also good, with mechanical, wind and road noise kept in check, even at high speeds. It really does feel like a larger car when cruising on the motorway.

Image 20 of 40
Image 20 of 40

And the faster you drive the VW, the better it is. Body roll is well checked and theres bags of grip, while the naturally weighted steering allows you to place the car accurately. The Micra isnt far behind when it comes to agility and composure, but it lacks the Polos dynamic polish and excellent refinement.
Testers notes: The effects of VWs Dieselgate scandal are clear to see in the Polo line-up. Theres just one 1.4 TDI on offer, while the ultra-efficient BlueMotion model is now petrol powered.
Citroen C3

Image 4 of 40
Image 4 of 40




Model:
Citroen C3 PureTech 110 Feel


Price:
15,235


Engine:
1.2-litre 3cyl turbo petrol, 108bhp


0-60mph:
9.7 seconds


Test economy:
43.3mpg/9.5mpl


CO2:
103g/km


Annual road tax:
140



The C3 was a breath of fresh air when it arrived last year. It scaled down some of the quirky design features from the Citroen C4 Cactus crossover to give the supermini plenty of character, helping it stand out from the crowd in a busy sector. Our pictures show the range-topping Flair model, but here we test the 15,235 mid-spec Feel trim with Citroens PureTech 110 petrol engine.
The C3s 1.2-litre three-cylinder turbo unit serves up 108bhp and a healthy 205Nm of torque from 1,500rpm 65Nm more than the Micra. It shows why the Citroen was the quickest at the test track, sprinting from 0-60mph in 9.7 seconds.

Image 30 of 40
Image 30 of 40

However, while the C3 feels fairly quick, elements of the package, such as the rubbery gear shift, mean its not as precise as the Polo to drive. The steering is light but has a natural weight, which makes it easy to drive on tight city streets, but the C3s size does make it feel like the largest car on test. This is backed up by the least agile chassis although the trade-off is a good level of comfort.
As long as you avoid big potholes, the Citroens suspension moves with the road nicely, meaning you can make surprising and relatively relaxed progress. Its best to drive the C3 using the punch lower down in the range. The PureTech unit gets a little rougher higher up, becoming more vocal with revs. The Citroen doesnt like to be hustled, and although theres a respectable level of grip on offer, you cant lean on the chassis like you can in the VW.

Image 31 of 40
Image 31 of 40

The C3 prefers a calmer approach, which fits with the cars character thats why the Citroen is a convincing supermini that delivers comfort and usability with the benefit of decent performance.
Testers notes: The Airbumps on the C3s flanks should help prevent dents in car parks, but theyre only standard on the Flair model. If you want them on Feel trim, youll have to pay 290.
Verdict
First place: Volkswagen Polo

Image 18 of 40
Image 18 of 40

Its rivals are catching up, but the Polo is still a polished product thats great to drive and is packed with tech. It emits the most CO2, but car tax changes mean thats less important, while economy is on a par. It offers enough boot space for a supermini and clever packaging creates as much room as the larger Micra in the rear. Factor in rock-solid residuals and the VW retains its crown.
Second place: Citroen C3

Image 29 of 40
Image 29 of 40

Interior quality lets the C3 down compared to its interesting design. However, it offers the most space and affordable running costs. Factor in the Citroens decent level of performance that makes it easy to drive, and its relaxing ride quality, and it edges ahead of the Nissan. You get a good level of kit for the money, but poor depreciation dents its appeal.
Third place: Nissan Micra

Image 5 of 40
Image 5 of 40

The reinvented Micras styling, fresher interior and improved infotainment bring it up to date. It also offers plenty of efficiency, making it a good choice for business users. However, competition in the supermini sector is fierce, and the Nissan isnt as good to drive as the Polo or as comfortable as the C3. Some practicality drawbacks and a lack of sparkle see it finish a close third.
Is it worth waiting for this model?
SEAT Ibiza 1.0 TSI SE Tech




Due: Summer
Price: 15,255
Engine: 1.0-litre 3cyl, 94bhp
The all-new Ibiza looks ready to shake up the order. With sleek lines, an upmarket interior, plenty of tech and strong refinement, it has all the ingredients to shine. Eager 1.0 TSI in SE Tech guise is the pick of the bunch.
Figures




VW Polo 1.2 TSI 90 Match Edition
Citroen C3 PureTech 110 Feel
Nissan Micra 0.9 IG-T Acenta


On the road price/total as tested
15,090/15,090
15,235/15,235
15,115/15,115


Residual value after 3yrs/36,000
6,368/42.2%
5,119/33.6%
5,653/37.4%


Depreciation
8,722
10,116
9,462


Annual tax liability std/higher rate
601/1,203
577/1,154
538/1,076


Annual fuel cost 12k/20k miles
1,474/2,457
1,484/2,474
1,412/2,354


Ins. group/quote/road tax cost
15/739/140
16/736/140
3/555/140


Cost of 1st/2nd/3rd service
288 2yrs/20k
400/11pm 3yrs
159/249/159








Length/wheelbase
3,972/2,470mm
3,996/2,540mm
3,999/2,525mm


Height/width
1,453/1,682mm
1,474/1,829mm
1,455/1,743mm


Engine
4cyl in-line/1,197cc
3cyl in-line/1,199cc
3cyl in-line/898cc


Peak power/revs
89/4,800 bhp/rpm
108/5,500 bhp/rpm
89/5,500 bhp/rpm


Peak torque/revs
160/1,400 Nm/rpm
205/1,500 Nm/rpm
140/2,250 Nm/rpm


Transmission
5-spd man/fwd
5-spd man/fwd
5-spd man/fwd


Fuel tank capacity/spare wheel
45 litres/repair kit
45 litres/space saver
41 litres/repair kit


Boot capacity
280/952 litres
300/922 litres
300/1,004 litres


Kerbweight/payload/towing weight
1,107/531/1,000kg
1,050/550/600kg
1,082/470/1,200kg


Turning circle
10.6 metres
10.9 metres
10.0 metres


Basic warranty miles/recovery
3yrs 60k/1yr
3yrs 60k/1yr
3yrs60k/3yrs


Service intervals/UK dealers
Variable 1yr/223
20k miles 1yr/196
12k miles 1yr/221


Driver Power manufacturer/dealer pos
24th/28th
26th/18th
28th/29th


NCAP: Adult/child/ped./assist/stars
90/86/41/71/5
88/83/59/58/4
N/A








0-60/30-70mph
9.9/10.2 secs
9.7/10.5 secs
10.8/10.8 secs


30-50mph in 3rd/4th
5.0/7.2 secs
4.6/7.7 secs
5.0/7.2 secs


50-70mph in 5th
10.9 secs
11.0 secs
14.5 secs


Top speed/rpm at 70mph
114mph/2,600rpm
117mph/2,500rpm
109mph/2,900rpm


Braking 70-0/60-0/30-0mph
51.4/36.9/9.4m
53.7/38.8/11.2m
49.0/34.0/9.2m


Noise outside/idle/30/70mph
62/50/58/64dB
74/51/62/70dB
71/51/65/73dB


Auto Express economy/range
43.6/9.6/432 miles
43.3/9.5/429 miles
45.5/10.0/410 miles


Govt urban/extra-urban/combined
47.1/70.6/60.1mpg
51.4/70.6/61.4mpg
50.4/76.3/64.2mpg


Govt urban/extra-urban/combined
10.4/15.5/13.2mpl
11.3/15.5/13.5mpl
11.1/16.8/14.1mpl


Actual/claimed CO2/tax bracket
150/109g/km/20%
151/103g/km/19%
143/99g/km/18%








Airbags/Isofix/park sensors/camera
Four/yes/yes/245
Six/yes/500*/500*
Six/y/700*/700*


Auto/stability/cruise control/AEB
1,375/y/y/400^
No/yes/yes/no
No/yes/yes/yes


Climate ctrl/leather/heated seats
380/no/360
Yes/no/no
450*/no/no


Met paint/LED lights/keyless go
555/910/no
495/no/no
575/500/450*


Sat-nav/USB/DAB/Bluetooth
700/yes/yes/yes
500/yes/yes/yes
700*/yes/no/yes



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