I have a Ford Fiesta 1.5L and a Honda XRV1.5T. I only judge from the driving experience of these two cars. After all, regardless of the brand, gearbox and tuning capabilities, the difference between the engine and turbocharger alone is not rigorous. Carnival: It’s really fast to accelerate from 0 after starting. It’s really cool to follow the power where the accelerator is stepped on. After all, the car is small, the American engine is tuned, the DSG dual clutch, the power output is simple and violent. Disadvantages, after all, cars with less than 100,000 have obvious noise. At high speeds up to 120 yards, you can feel that the power is not enough, and the car is not stable enough because of the wheelbase. It’s a small car suitable for urban driving, haha. XRV: Forgive my budget, I can only afford it when I change a car. And because of this, it happens to answer this question. Honda’s engine is equipped with a CVT continuously variable transmission. CVT is not suitable for short-term load-carrying of large forces. Steel belts will have an impact. Japanese cars’ tuning tends to be fuel-efficient and resistant. These two main reasons lead to The car started softly and slowly. So don’t think that the whole driving process with a turbocharger is better than that without a turbocharger. In addition, let’s talk about the intervention of turbocharging, as long as the car is involved in a higher speed. Some brands of cars have early intervention and perfect tuning. As a car owner, you can feel that the car is very smooth and the whole driving experience is good. The specific models are no longer called, the province said that I advertise. As for the XRV, I can only say that this car drove 130 yards. If you continue to step on the accelerator, it will also give you a good acceleration and driving experience. Finally, there is a question. There is a difference between 1.5L and 1.5T. The big difference is not seen in the content above. As for where the difference comes from, in many ways, don’t just look at the engine.