1977 Chevrolet Citation vs. 1941 Mercedes-Benz 770
To start off, 1977 Chevrolet Citation is newer by 36 year(s). Which means there will be less support and parts availability for 1941 Mercedes-Benz 770. In addition, the cost of maintenance, including insurance, on 1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 would be higher. At 7,655 cc (8 cylinders), 1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 is equipped with a bigger engine. With that said, vehicle weight also plays an important factor in acceleration. 1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 weights approximately 2250 kg more than 1977 Chevrolet Citation.
Because 1941 Mercedes-Benz 770 is rear wheel drive (RWD), it offers better handling in dry conditions; in addition, if you are looking to drift, it will be much easier to do with 1941 Mercedes-Benz 770. However, in wet, icy, snow, or gravel driving conditions, 1977 Chevrolet Citation, being front wheel drive (FWD), will offer much better control with better grip. With that said, do keep in mind that many other factors such as speed and the wear on your tires can also have significant impact on traction and control.
Compare all specifications:
|1977 Chevrolet Citation||1941 Mercedes-Benz 770|
|Engine Size||2835 cc||7655 cc|
|Engine Cylinders||6 cylinders||8 cylinders|
|Horse Power||0 HP||154 HP|
|Vehicle Weight||1150 kg||3400 kg|
|Vehicle Length||4490 mm||6010 mm|
|Vehicle Width||1740 mm||2080 mm|
|Vehicle Height||1360 mm||1810 mm|
|Wheelbase Size||2670 mm||3890 mm|