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Fiat 500 v MINI Cooper v Suzuki Swift Sport v Toyota Aygo+ v Ford Sportka SE - specifications

 Fiat 500 1.4 loungeMINI Cooper DSuzuki Swift SportToyota Aygo+Ford Sportka SE
On the road price/total as tested"£11,500 (est)""£14,175/£16,920""£11,549/£11,549""£7,685/£7,685""£9,995/£10,320"
"Residual value (after 3yrs/36,000)"n/a"£8,160/54.7 per cent"£5.023/43.5 per cent"£3,950/51.4 per cent""£3,938/39.4 per cent"
Running costs/Contract hiren/a35.2ppm/£263n/a24.5ppm/£16234.5ppm/£220
Annual tax liability std/higher rateTBC"£561/£1,020""£554/£1,008"£253/£461£506/£919
"Annual fuel cost (12,000 miles)""£1,326""£1,113""£1,545""£1,247""£1,572"
Insurance group/quote TBC8/£2629/£2981/£2335/£329
Cost of 1st/2nd/3rd serviceTBC£150 (tlc pack)£131/£250/£197£87/£184/£87£157/£157/£219
Length/wheelbase "3,546/2,300mm""3,699/2,467mm""3,765/2,380mm""3,405/2,340mm""3,650/2,448mm"
Height/width"1,488/1,627mm""1,407/1,683mm""1,500/1,690mm""1,465/1,615mm""1,409/1,656mm"
Engine"4cyl in-line/1,368cc""4cyl in-line/1,560cc""4cyl in-line/1,586cc"3cyl in-line/998cc"4cyl in-line/1,597cc"
Peak power"100/6,000 bhp/rpm""108/4,000 bhp/rpm""123/6,800 bhp/rpm""67/6,000 bhp/rpm""94/5,500 bhp/rpm"
Peak torque"131/4,250 Nm/rpm""260/2,000 Nm/rpm""148/4,800 Nm/rpm""93/3,600 Nm/rpm""135/4,250 Nm/rpm"
Transmission6-spd man/fwd6-spd man/fwd5-spd man/fwd5-spd man/fwd5-spd man/fwd
Fuel tank capacity/spare wheel 35 litres/space-saver40 litres/foam sealant45 litres/foam sealant35 litres/full-size40 litres/space-saver
Boot capacity (seats up/down)185 litres/TBC160/680 litres213/495 litres185/751 litres186/724 litres
Kerbweight/payload930/440kg"1,110/450kg""1,105/308kg"890/355kg944/365kg
Turning circle/drag coefficient10.6 metres/N/A10.7 metres/0.33Cd10.4 metres/n/a9.5 metres/0.31Cd11.1 metres/n/a
Basic warranty (miles)/recoveryTBC3yrs (unltd)/3yrs Mini"3yrs (60,000)/3yrs Suz""3yrs (60,000)/1yr RAC""3yrs (60,000)/1yr RAC"
Service intervals/UK dealers "12,000 miles (est)/171"Variable miles/150"9,000 miles/149""10,000 miles/181""12,500 miles/714"
0-60/30-70mph10.7/11.1 secs9.2/9.3 secs9.4/9.4 secs12.1/13.6 secs10.0/10.2 secs
30-50mph in 3rd/4th 5.7/8.1 secs4.2/6.2 secs5.1/7.2 secs8.1/12.1 secs5.2/6.6 secs
50-70mph in 5th/6th 12.9/17.3 secs7.4/8.9 secs11.0 secs/n/a22.7 secs/n/a11.2 secs/n/a
Top speed 113mph121mph124mph98mph108mph
Braking 70-0/60-0/30-0mph 49.7/36.8/9.2 metres49.2/35.9/9.5 metres50.1/35.3/9.2 metres52.0/39.7/10.0 metres51.2/36.9/9.2 metres
Noise levels outside/idle/30/70mph58/45/65/73dB69/46/62/73dB59/42/65/72dB58/43/63/71dB63/44/62/72dB
Auto Express economy/range39.7mpg/306 miles47.6mpg/419 miles33.9mpg/335 miles42.0mpg/323 miles33.3mpg/293 miles
Govt urban/extra-urban/combined 34.4/54.4/44.8mpg50.4/76.3/64.2mpg31.4/45.6/39.2mpg51.4/68.9/61.4mpg27.2/47.1/37.2mpg
CO2 emissions/tax bracket149g/km/16 per cent118g/km/18 per cent175g/km/22 per cent109g/km/15 per cent182g/km/23 per cent
Airbags/Isofix/parking sensorsSeven/yes/optSix/yes/£210Six/yes/DFOFour/yes/DFOOne±/no/£250
Air-con/split-fold rear seatsYes/yes/yes"£1,995^/yes/yes"Yes/no/yes£500/yes/yesYes/yes/yes
Alloy wheel choices/met paintSeven/optEight/£280One/yesOne/£350One/£325
Auto gearbox/stability/cruise controlOpt/yes/noNo/£240/£170No/yes/no£500/no/noNo/no/no
Multifunc. steering/adjust reach/rakeYes/no/yes£170/yes/yesYes/no/yesNo/no/yesNo/no/no
Optional decals/body colour mirrorsYes/yesYes/yesYes/yesNo/yesNo/yes
Sat nav/CD changer/MP3/BluetoothOpt/no/yes/yes"£1,500/£290/y/£870"DFO/£219/no/noDFO+/no/yes/noNo/£200/no/no
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