Acura RSX Performance Through Generations in 3 Graphs

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Quick Notes on Acura RSX Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 187 hp / 138 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 162 hp / 119 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 212 hp / 156 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 193 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +8%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 7 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 94 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 47 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 8 / 10

RSX Acura IV Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Acura RSX 2.0 i 16V is placed 5622th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 162 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

The Acura RSX 2.0 i 16V weighs 1245 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Acura takes 3395th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

Weighing 1245 kg, the Acura RSX 2.0 i 16V falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 162 hp engine ensure 12714th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Acura RSX 2.0 i 16V was placed 7999th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Acura RSX 2.0 i 16V takes 11626th place with its 162 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Acura RSX 2.0 i 16V has a 162 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Acura takes 10763rd place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.0 i 16V Type S 212 hp / 156 kw
(+23%)
+-9% 53 hp / 39 kw 53 hp / 39 kw 106 points
2.0 i 16V 162 hp / 119 kw
(-6%)
+15% 41 hp / 30 kw 41 hp / 30 kw 81 points
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Vehicle 2.0 i 16V Type S
Power (difference from average) 212 hp / 156 kw
(+23%)
Power to torque ratio -9 %
Power per passenger 53 hp / 39 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 53 hp / 39 kw
Power to consumption rate 106 points
Vehicle 2.0 i 16V
Power (difference from average) 162 hp / 119 kw
(-6%)
Power to torque ratio 15 %
Power per passenger 41 hp / 30 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 41 hp / 30 kw
Power to consumption rate 81 points
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Quick Notes on Acura RSX Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 130 hp / 96 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 130 hp / 96 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 130 hp / 96 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 121 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: -25%
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 65 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 33 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 6 / 10

RSX Acura II Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Acura RSX 1.8 L is placed 11432th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 130 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to cc ratio

The Acura RSX 1.8 L takes 16454th place with its 130 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

We compiled a list of the gasoline cars with the lowest horsepower. The Acura RSX 1.8 L takes 11002th place with its 130 hp. Eager to find out the top 10 leaders? Read our report and learn more about them.

Top 10 gasoline cars with the lowest horsepower

When talking about low-power cars between 3.6 and 5 m long, we can tell you that the Acura RSX 1.8 L takes 11954th place. We analyzed thousands of models and came up with an unusual rating, so check out our top 10 low-power vehicles!

Top 10 low-power cars between 3.6 and 5 m

The Acura RSX 1.8 L is lucky enough to fall into a special Poweretty rating. It’s ranked 6630th out of all vehicles with four doors, with 130 hp. Have you ever seen such statistics before? Check out our rating!

These 10 four-door vehicles are the most powerful in the world
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
1.8 L 130 hp / 96 kw
(-25%)
+-7% 26 hp / 19 kw 33 hp / 24 kw 72.2 points
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Vehicle 1.8 L
Power (difference from average) 130 hp / 96 kw
(-25%)
Power to torque ratio -7 %
Power per passenger 26 hp / 19 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 33 hp / 24 kw
Power to consumption rate 72.2 points
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Quick Notes on Acura RSX Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 113 hp / 83 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 113 hp / 83 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 113 hp / 83 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 139 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: -35%
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 57 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 28 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 4 / 10

RSX Acura I Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Acura RSX 1.6 L is placed 14620th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 113 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to cc ratio

The Acura RSX 1.6 L takes 19199th place with its 113 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

We compiled a list of the gasoline cars with the lowest horsepower. The Acura RSX 1.6 L takes 8174th place with its 113 hp. Eager to find out the top 10 leaders? Read our report and learn more about them.

Top 10 gasoline cars with the lowest horsepower

When talking about low-power cars between 3.6 and 5 m long, we can tell you that the Acura RSX 1.6 L takes 8293rd place. We analyzed thousands of models and came up with an unusual rating, so check out our top 10 low-power vehicles!

Top 10 low-power cars between 3.6 and 5 m

Want a surprise? The Acura RSX 1.6 L , with its 113 hp, takes 1154th place among the most powerful vehicles with three doors. Find out which 10 cars make up the competition for the Acura RSX 1.6 L .

Top 10 most powerful three-door vehicles on the market
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
1.6 L 113 hp / 83 kw
(-35%)
+19% 23 hp / 17 kw 28 hp / 21 kw 70.6 points
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Vehicle 1.6 L
Power (difference from average) 113 hp / 83 kw
(-35%)
Power to torque ratio 19 %
Power per passenger 23 hp / 17 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 28 hp / 21 kw
Power to consumption rate 70.6 points
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