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Thread: Honda City ivtc 1.3 vs Toyota Gli 1.3 uphill performance like murree etc

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    Default Honda City ivtc 1.3 vs Toyota Gli 1.3 uphill performance like murree etc

    See the figures of horse power and torque. Also weight of honda city is less than toyota gli then why on uphill drive Toyota feels more powerfull than City especially at initial acceleration on uphill?? is it only due to Honda's DBW?
    Remember both cars are stock and Zero meter

    Its not a toyota honda fight, its just to understand difference between iVtec and VVTi

    Experts please comment

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    maybe becoz corolla being DOHC breathes better in that situation

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    Both are 4 valve per cylinder engines, they both breath fine.

    There is no VTC (Variable Timing Control) on SOHC i-VTEC engines. They simply switch between an economy cam profile and a normal power cam profile, sort of like VTEC-e engines. They don't have the low-end torque of VVT-i engines.

    Corolla's VVT-i uses timing control, so it feels more responsive across the rev range. It doesn't offer the fuel economy numbers of i-VTEC though.

    Both of them should feel similar in the mid RPM range, roughly 3k+.
    _ 22 km/l from '03 VTi automatic, with plenty of room for improvement
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