Peugeot 207 S v Renault Clio v Toyota Yaris v Ford Fiesta v Vauxhall Corsa - specifications

 Vauxhall Corsa SXiPeugeot 207 1.4 SRenault Clio DynamiqueToyota Yaris T3Ford Fiesta Style
On-the-road price/total as tested"£11,095/£11,095""£10,295/£10,645""£10,935/£13,085""£10,310/£10,635""£9,890/£10,510"
Length/wheelbase"3,999/2,511mm""4,030/2,540mm""3,986/2,575mm""3,750/2,460mm""3,918/2,486mm"
Height/width"1,488/1,713mm""1,472/1,720mm""1,496/1,707mm""1,530/1,695mm""1,464/1,685 mm"
"Retained value (after 3yrs/36,000)"N/A/N/A"£4,684/45.5 per cent""£4,276/39.1 per cent""£4,835/46.9 per cent""£3,857/39.0 per cent"
Running costs (pence per mile)N/A32.533.43232.6
Engine/capacity "4cyl in-line/1,364cc""4cyl in-line/1,360cc""4cyl in-line/1,390cc""4cyl in-line/1,296cc""4cyl in-line/1,388cc"
Peak power "89/5,600 bhp/rpm""90/5,250 bhp/rpm""98/5,700 bhp/rpm""86/6,000 bhp/rpm""78/5,700 bhp/rpm"
Peak torque "125/4,000 Nm/rpm""133/3,250 Nm/rpm""127/4,250 Nm/rpm""121/4,200 Nm/rpm""124/3,500 Nm/rpm"
Transmission "5-spd, man/fwd""5-spd, man/fwd""5-spd, man/fwd""5-spd, man/fwd""5-spd, man/fwd"
Fuel tank capacity/spare wheel45 litres/full size50 litres/full size55 litres/full size42 litres/space saver45 litres/space saver
Boot capacity (seats up/folded) "285/1,100 litres"270/923 litres288/1028 litres"272-363/1,086 litres"284/947 litres
Kerbweight/payload/towing weight"1,079/486kg""1,139/761kg""1,135/515kg""1,010/470kg""1,108/422kg"
Turning circle/drag coefficient10.4 metres/0.30Cd10.8 metres/0.30Cd10.7 metres/N/A9.4 metres/0.30Cd9.3 metres/N/A
Euro NCAP rating/insurance grp/cost Five stars/3/N/A Five stars/4/£227 Five stars/4/£227 Five stars/3/£219Four stars/4/£251
Basic warranty (miles)/recovery"3yrs (60,000)/3yrs AA""3yrs (60,000)/1yr RAC""3yrs (60,000)/3yrs AA""3yrs (60,000)/1yr RAC""3yrs (60,000)/1yr Ford "
Service intervals/UK dealers"20,000 miles/500""20,000 miles/330""18,000 miles/326""10,000 miles/184""12,500 miles/714 "
Cost of 1st/2nd/3rd service £140/£204/£140£270/£45/£350£170/£260/£170£110/£160/£110£150/£150/£195
0-60mph12.7secs*12.5secs11.0secs12.0secs12.5secs
30-70 thru gears 12.3secs12.8secs11.2secs12.7secs13.9secs
30-50 in 3rd/4th 7.0/9.8secs6.5/9.6secs6.4/9.0secs7.0/10.4secs7.5/10.2secs
50-70 in 5th 14.2secs13.9secs13.8secs15.0secs16.5secs
Top speed 107mph112mph114mph106mph104mph
Braking 60-0/30-0mph 38.0/9.8 metres39.5/10.0 metres36.8/9.3 metres39.0/9.6 metres36.4/9.2 metres
Noise levels outside/idle/30/70mph60/42/57/65dB60/40/58/68dB62/42/57/65dB60/39/59/68dB59/42/57/67dB
Auto Express economy/range33.6mpg/333 miles34.7mpg/382 miles36.6mpg/443 miles38.1mpg/352 miles36.9mpg/365 miles
Govt urban/extra-urban/combined 36.2/58.9/47.9mpg33.2/54.3/44.1mpg32.5/52.3/42.8mpg39.2/53.5/47.1mpg34.0/56.5/45.6mpg
CO2 emissions/tax bracket149g/km/16 per cent152g/km/17 per cent158g/km/18 per cent141g/km/15 per cent147g/km/16 per cent
Annual tax liability std/higher rate£350/£636£385/£700£433/£787£340/£619£348/£633
Airbags/park sensors/auto wipersSix/£250/£150Six/no/noEight/£250/£150Nine/no/noTwo/£250/£100
Air-con/cooled glovebox/sunroofYes/yes/£550Yes/yes/£400Yes/no/£600Yes/no/no£500/no/£400
Alloys/metallic paint/xenon lightsYes/£350/noNo/£350/noYes/£360/£500£675°/£325/no£250/£350/no
Auto gearbox/CD player/CD changer"£1,000/yes/£400"No/yes/£230No/yes/£350£500/yes/no£500/yes/£250
EBD/traction/stability/cruise controlYes/£250°/£250°/£450†Yes/£350°/£350°/noYes/£300°/£300°/£250Yes/no/no/noYes/no/no/no
Height-adj. driver’s seat/elec mirrorsYes/yesYes/yesYes/yesYes/yesYes/yes
Multifunction steering/reach/rakeYes/yes/yes No/yes/yes No/£275/yes Yes/yes/yes No/no/yes
Remote lock/trip computer/alarm Yes/£450/yesYes/yes/£200Yes/yes/yesYes/yes/noYes/yes/£150
Split/fold rear seats/IsofixYes/yes/yesYes/yes/yesYes/yes/yesYes/yes/yesYes/yes/no

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