Alfa Romeo 156 Performance Through Generations in 3 Graphs

Average Alfa Romeo 156 horse power

Quick Notes on Alfa Romeo 156 Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 150 hp / 110 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 150 hp / 110 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 150 hp / 110 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 305 Nm
    • Fuel type: Diesel
    • Difference from world average: -13%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 10 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 75 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 38 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 6 / 10

2004 Alfa Romeo 156 Crosswagon Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Alfa Romeo 156 1.9 16V JTD M-Jet is placed 7901st out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 150 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 Alfa Romeo 156 1.9 16V JTD M-Jet weighs 1510 kg and has a 150 hp engine. In the category of cars weighing over 1500 kg, it takes 11226th place in terms of engine power. We compiled a special ranking to show you the most powerful vehicles in the category, so why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful cars over 1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

We analyzed all vehicles with a weight over 1500 kg. It’s quite interesting that the Alfa Romeo 156 1.9 16V JTD M-Jet takes 2753rd place in terms of power in our ANTI-rating, and its 150 hp engine earned it such a place. Want to find out the top 10 losers on the market? Keep reading!

List of low horsepower cars heavier than 1500 kg

The Alfa Romeo 156 1.9 16V JTD M-Jet has a 150 hp diesel engine, and it takes 4488th place among all diesel cars in terms of power. Want to know who Alfa Romeo is up against? Read our rating of the most powerful vehicles with diesel engines.

Top 10 diesel cars in terms of engine power

The Alfa Romeo 156 1.9 16V JTD M-Jet with its 150 hp diesel engine was included in our ANTI-rating and occupies 6257th place. We analyzed all diesel cars throughout history and found the 10 least powerful ones – check out our Top 10!

Top 10 diesel cars with the weakest engines on the market

We’ve created a list of cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption for highway driving. The Alfa Romeo 156 1.9 16V JTD M-Jet (150 hp) appeared to take 12086th place. Want to know more about the leaders? See the Top 10!

Top 10 cars with the best ratio of horsepower to highway fuel consumption
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
1.9 16V JTD M-Jet 150 hp / 110 kw
(-13%)
+51% 30 hp / 22 kw 38 hp / 28 kw 78.9 points
- - - -
Vehicle 1.9 16V JTD M-Jet
Power (difference from average) 150 hp / 110 kw
(-13%)
Power to torque ratio 51 %
Power per passenger 30 hp / 22 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 38 hp / 28 kw
Power to consumption rate 78.9 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Alfa Romeo 156 Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 154 hp / 113 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 115 hp / 85 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 192 hp / 141 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 240 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline), Diesel
    • Difference from world average: -11%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 8 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 77 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 39 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 6 / 10

2003 Alfa Romeo 156 (facelift 2003) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Alfa Romeo 156 1.9 16V JTD is placed 9623rd out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 140 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

With its 115 hp engine, the Alfa Romeo 156 1.9 JTD takes 8312th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest power. We analyzed all vehicles with four-cylinder engines and listed the top 10 slugs among these cars.

Add a couple of horses. Four-cylinder cars with the lowest horsepower

Horsepower to cc ratio

In our rating of the most powerful six-cylinder cars, the Alfa Romeo 156 2.5 i V6 24V takes 4493rd place. Its 192 hp engine is the reason for placing it here. Want to know more about its competitors? Just read our Top 10!

Most powerful six-cylinder cars currently on the market

If you want a car with a big engine, you might consider the Alfa Romeo 156 2.5 i V6 24V with its 192 hp. But before choosing, pay attention to the fact that it’s ranked 1801st in our rating of six-cylinder cars with the lowest power. Check out which cars made it to the first 10 places!

Why do these cars need six cylinders? Vehicles with the lowest horsepower

The Alfa Romeo 156 2.5 i V6 24V weighs 1405 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Alfa Romeo takes 1730th 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

Weighing 1305 kg, the Alfa Romeo 156 1.9 JTD falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 115 hp engine ensure 6507th 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
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.5 i V6 24V Q-System 192 hp / 141 kw
(+11%)
+12% 38 hp / 28 kw 32 hp / 24 kw 76.8 points
2.0 i 16V JTS 165 hp / 121 kw
(-5%)
+20% 33 hp / 24 kw 41 hp / 30 kw 82.5 points
1.6 i 16V T.Spark 120 hp / 88 kw
(-31%)
+18% 24 hp / 18 kw 30 hp / 22 kw 75 points
1.8 i 16V T.Spark 140 hp / 103 kw
(-19%)
+14% 28 hp / 21 kw 35 hp / 26 kw 82.4 points
1.9 16V JTD 140 hp / 103 kw
(-19%)
+54% 28 hp / 21 kw 35 hp / 26 kw 73.7 points
2.0 i 16V 150 hp / 110 kw
(-13%)
- - -
2.4 JTD 175 hp / 129 kw
(+1%)
+55% 35 hp / 26 kw 35 hp / 26 kw 72.9 points
1.9 JTD 115 hp / 85 kw
(-34%)
+58% 23 hp / 17 kw 29 hp / 21 kw 60.5 points
2.5 i V6 24V 192 hp / 141 kw
(+11%)
+12% 38 hp / 28 kw 32 hp / 24 kw 76.8 points
- - - -
Vehicle 2.5 i V6 24V Q-System
Power (difference from average) 192 hp / 141 kw
(+11%)
Power to torque ratio 12 %
Power per passenger 38 hp / 28 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 32 hp / 24 kw
Power to consumption rate 76.8 points
Vehicle 2.0 i 16V JTS
Power (difference from average) 165 hp / 121 kw
(-5%)
Power to torque ratio 20 %
Power per passenger 33 hp / 24 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 41 hp / 30 kw
Power to consumption rate 82.5 points
Vehicle 1.6 i 16V T.Spark
Power (difference from average) 120 hp / 88 kw
(-31%)
Power to torque ratio 18 %
Power per passenger 24 hp / 18 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 30 hp / 22 kw
Power to consumption rate 75 points
Vehicle 1.8 i 16V T.Spark
Power (difference from average) 140 hp / 103 kw
(-19%)
Power to torque ratio 14 %
Power per passenger 28 hp / 21 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 35 hp / 26 kw
Power to consumption rate 82.4 points
Vehicle 1.9 16V JTD
Power (difference from average) 140 hp / 103 kw
(-19%)
Power to torque ratio 54 %
Power per passenger 28 hp / 21 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 35 hp / 26 kw
Power to consumption rate 73.7 points
Vehicle 2.0 i 16V
Power (difference from average) 150 hp / 110 kw
(-13%)
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -
Vehicle 2.4 JTD
Power (difference from average) 175 hp / 129 kw
(+1%)
Power to torque ratio 55 %
Power per passenger 35 hp / 26 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 35 hp / 26 kw
Power to consumption rate 72.9 points
Vehicle 1.9 JTD
Power (difference from average) 115 hp / 85 kw
(-34%)
Power to torque ratio 58 %
Power per passenger 23 hp / 17 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 29 hp / 21 kw
Power to consumption rate 60.5 points
Vehicle 2.5 i V6 24V
Power (difference from average) 192 hp / 141 kw
(+11%)
Power to torque ratio 12 %
Power per passenger 38 hp / 28 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 32 hp / 24 kw
Power to consumption rate 76.8 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Alfa Romeo 156 Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 154 hp / 113 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 115 hp / 85 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 192 hp / 141 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 240 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline), Diesel
    • Difference from world average: -11%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 8 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 77 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 39 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 6 / 10

2003 Alfa Romeo 156 Sport Wagon (facelift 2003) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Alfa Romeo 156 2.0 i 16V JTS is placed 5185th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 165 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

With its 115 hp engine, the Alfa Romeo 156 1.9 JTD takes 8313th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest power. We analyzed all vehicles with four-cylinder engines and listed the top 10 slugs among these cars.

Add a couple of horses. Four-cylinder cars with the lowest horsepower

Horsepower to cc ratio

In our rating of the most powerful six-cylinder cars, the Alfa Romeo 156 2.5 i V6 24V Q-System takes 4496th place. Its 192 hp engine is the reason for placing it here. Want to know more about its competitors? Just read our Top 10!

Most powerful six-cylinder cars currently on the market

If you want a car with a big engine, you might consider the Alfa Romeo 156 2.5 i V6 24V Q-System with its 192 hp. But before choosing, pay attention to the fact that it’s ranked 1804th in our rating of six-cylinder cars with the lowest power. Check out which cars made it to the first 10 places!

Why do these cars need six cylinders? Vehicles with the lowest horsepower

The Alfa Romeo 156 2.5 i V6 24V Q-System weighs 1435 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Alfa Romeo takes 1733rd 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

Weighing 1355 kg, the Alfa Romeo 156 1.9 JTD falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 115 hp engine ensure 6508th 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
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
1.8 i 16V T.Spark 140 hp / 103 kw
(-19%)
+14% 28 hp / 21 kw 35 hp / 26 kw 82.4 points
2.4 JTD 175 hp / 129 kw
(+1%)
+55% 35 hp / 26 kw 35 hp / 26 kw 72.9 points
2.5 i V6 24V 192 hp / 141 kw
(+11%)
+12% 38 hp / 28 kw 32 hp / 24 kw 76.8 points
1.9 16V JTD 140 hp / 103 kw
(-19%)
+54% 28 hp / 21 kw 35 hp / 26 kw 73.7 points
1.6 i 16V T.Spark 120 hp / 88 kw
(-31%)
+18% 24 hp / 18 kw 30 hp / 22 kw 75 points
2.0 i 16V JTS 165 hp / 121 kw
(-5%)
+20% 33 hp / 24 kw 41 hp / 30 kw 82.5 points
1.9 JTD 115 hp / 85 kw
(-34%)
+58% 23 hp / 17 kw 29 hp / 21 kw 60.5 points
2.5 i V6 24V Q-System 192 hp / 141 kw
(+11%)
+12% 38 hp / 28 kw 32 hp / 24 kw 76.8 points
2.0 i 16V 150 hp / 110 kw
(-13%)
- - -
- - - -
Vehicle 1.8 i 16V T.Spark
Power (difference from average) 140 hp / 103 kw
(-19%)
Power to torque ratio 14 %
Power per passenger 28 hp / 21 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 35 hp / 26 kw
Power to consumption rate 82.4 points
Vehicle 2.4 JTD
Power (difference from average) 175 hp / 129 kw
(+1%)
Power to torque ratio 55 %
Power per passenger 35 hp / 26 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 35 hp / 26 kw
Power to consumption rate 72.9 points
Vehicle 2.5 i V6 24V
Power (difference from average) 192 hp / 141 kw
(+11%)
Power to torque ratio 12 %
Power per passenger 38 hp / 28 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 32 hp / 24 kw
Power to consumption rate 76.8 points
Vehicle 1.9 16V JTD
Power (difference from average) 140 hp / 103 kw
(-19%)
Power to torque ratio 54 %
Power per passenger 28 hp / 21 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 35 hp / 26 kw
Power to consumption rate 73.7 points
Vehicle 1.6 i 16V T.Spark
Power (difference from average) 120 hp / 88 kw
(-31%)
Power to torque ratio 18 %
Power per passenger 24 hp / 18 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 30 hp / 22 kw
Power to consumption rate 75 points
Vehicle 2.0 i 16V JTS
Power (difference from average) 165 hp / 121 kw
(-5%)
Power to torque ratio 20 %
Power per passenger 33 hp / 24 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 41 hp / 30 kw
Power to consumption rate 82.5 points
Vehicle 1.9 JTD
Power (difference from average) 115 hp / 85 kw
(-34%)
Power to torque ratio 58 %
Power per passenger 23 hp / 17 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 29 hp / 21 kw
Power to consumption rate 60.5 points
Vehicle 2.5 i V6 24V Q-System
Power (difference from average) 192 hp / 141 kw
(+11%)
Power to torque ratio 12 %
Power per passenger 38 hp / 28 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 32 hp / 24 kw
Power to consumption rate 76.8 points
Vehicle 2.0 i 16V
Power (difference from average) 150 hp / 110 kw
(-13%)
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Alfa Romeo 156 Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 250 hp / 184 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 250 hp / 184 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 250 hp / 184 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 300 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +45%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 6 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 83 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 63 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2002 Alfa Romeo 156 GTA Horsepower(Kilowatts)

In our rating of the most powerful six-cylinder cars, the Alfa Romeo 156 3.2 i V6 24V takes 2663rd place. Its 250 hp engine is the reason for placing it here. Want to know more about its competitors? Just read our Top 10!

Most powerful six-cylinder cars currently on the market

Horsepower to weight ratio

If you want a car with a big engine, you might consider the Alfa Romeo 156 3.2 i V6 24V with its 250 hp. But before choosing, pay attention to the fact that it’s ranked 3653rd in our rating of six-cylinder cars with the lowest power. Check out which cars made it to the first 10 places!

Why do these cars need six cylinders? Vehicles with the lowest horsepower

Horsepower to cc ratio

The Alfa Romeo 156 3.2 i V6 24V weighs 1410 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Alfa Romeo takes 760th 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

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Alfa Romeo 156 3.2 i V6 24V was placed 2935th 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 Alfa Romeo 156 3.2 i V6 24V takes 5438th place with its 250 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 Alfa Romeo 156 3.2 i V6 24V takes 3565th place among all cars with the most efficient acceleration. We compared its 250 hp engine to other cars to create this rating. See the Top 10 list to find out who was top in this category!

Top 10 cars with the best ratio of horsepower to one second of acceleration
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
3.2 i V6 24V 250 hp / 184 kw
(+45%)
+17% 50 hp / 37 kw 42 hp / 31 kw 78.1 points
- - - -
Vehicle 3.2 i V6 24V
Power (difference from average) 250 hp / 184 kw
(+45%)
Power to torque ratio 17 %
Power per passenger 50 hp / 37 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 42 hp / 31 kw
Power to consumption rate 78.1 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Alfa Romeo 156 Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 250 hp / 184 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 250 hp / 184 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 250 hp / 184 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 300 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +45%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 6 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 83 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 63 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2002 Alfa Romeo 156 GTA Sport Wagon Horsepower(Kilowatts)

In our rating of the most powerful six-cylinder cars, the Alfa Romeo 156 3.2 i V6 24V takes 2664th place. Its 250 hp engine is the reason for placing it here. Want to know more about its competitors? Just read our Top 10!

Most powerful six-cylinder cars currently on the market

Horsepower to weight ratio

If you want a car with a big engine, you might consider the Alfa Romeo 156 3.2 i V6 24V with its 250 hp. But before choosing, pay attention to the fact that it’s ranked 3654th in our rating of six-cylinder cars with the lowest power. Check out which cars made it to the first 10 places!

Why do these cars need six cylinders? Vehicles with the lowest horsepower

Horsepower to cc ratio

The Alfa Romeo 156 3.2 i V6 24V weighs 1460 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Alfa Romeo takes 761st 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

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Alfa Romeo 156 3.2 i V6 24V was placed 3289th 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 Alfa Romeo 156 3.2 i V6 24V takes 5439th place with its 250 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 Alfa Romeo 156 3.2 i V6 24V takes 3566th place among all cars with the most efficient acceleration. We compared its 250 hp engine to other cars to create this rating. See the Top 10 list to find out who was top in this category!

Top 10 cars with the best ratio of horsepower to one second of acceleration
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
3.2 i V6 24V 250 hp / 184 kw
(+45%)
+17% 50 hp / 37 kw 42 hp / 31 kw 78.1 points
- - - -
Vehicle 3.2 i V6 24V
Power (difference from average) 250 hp / 184 kw
(+45%)
Power to torque ratio 17 %
Power per passenger 50 hp / 37 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 42 hp / 31 kw
Power to consumption rate 78.1 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Alfa Romeo 156 Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 154 hp / 113 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 115 hp / 85 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 190 hp / 140 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 217 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline), Diesel
    • Difference from world average: -11%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 8 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 77 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 39 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 6 / 10

1997 Alfa Romeo 156 (932) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Alfa Romeo 156 2.0 JTS is placed 5186th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 165 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

With its 115 hp engine, the Alfa Romeo 156 1.9 JTD takes 8314th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest power. We analyzed all vehicles with four-cylinder engines and listed the top 10 slugs among these cars.

Add a couple of horses. Four-cylinder cars with the lowest horsepower

Horsepower to cc ratio

In our rating of the most powerful six-cylinder cars, the Alfa Romeo 156 2.5 i V6 24V takes 4649th place. Its 190 hp engine is the reason for placing it here. Want to know more about its competitors? Just read our Top 10!

Most powerful six-cylinder cars currently on the market

If you want a car with a big engine, you might consider the Alfa Romeo 156 2.5 i V6 24V with its 190 hp. But before choosing, pay attention to the fact that it’s ranked 1735th in our rating of six-cylinder cars with the lowest power. Check out which cars made it to the first 10 places!

Why do these cars need six cylinders? Vehicles with the lowest horsepower

The Alfa Romeo 156 2.0 JTS weighs 1285 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Alfa Romeo takes 3212th 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

Weighing 1385 kg, the Alfa Romeo 156 2.4 JTD falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 150 hp engine ensure 11839th 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
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.0 i 16V T.Spark 155 hp / 114 kw
(-10%)
+17% 31 hp / 23 kw 39 hp / 29 kw 77.5 points
1.6 16V T.S. 120 hp / 88 kw
(-31%)
+17% 24 hp / 18 kw 30 hp / 22 kw 75 points
2.5 V6 24V Q-system 190 hp / 140 kw
(+10%)
+16% 38 hp / 28 kw 32 hp / 23 kw 76 points
2.5 i V6 24V 190 hp / 140 kw
(+10%)
+14% 38 hp / 28 kw 32 hp / 23 kw 76 points
1.8 16V T.S. 144 hp / 106 kw
(-17%)
+15% 29 hp / 21 kw 36 hp / 27 kw 84.7 points
1.9 JTD 115 hp / 85 kw
(-34%)
+58% 23 hp / 17 kw 29 hp / 21 kw 60.5 points
2.4 JTD 150 hp / 110 kw
(-13%)
+51% 30 hp / 22 kw 30 hp / 22 kw 62.5 points
2.0 JTS 165 hp / 121 kw
(-5%)
+20% 33 hp / 24 kw 41 hp / 30 kw 82.5 points
- - - -
Vehicle 2.0 i 16V T.Spark
Power (difference from average) 155 hp / 114 kw
(-10%)
Power to torque ratio 17 %
Power per passenger 31 hp / 23 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 39 hp / 29 kw
Power to consumption rate 77.5 points
Vehicle 1.6 16V T.S.
Power (difference from average) 120 hp / 88 kw
(-31%)
Power to torque ratio 17 %
Power per passenger 24 hp / 18 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 30 hp / 22 kw
Power to consumption rate 75 points
Vehicle 2.5 V6 24V Q-system
Power (difference from average) 190 hp / 140 kw
(+10%)
Power to torque ratio 16 %
Power per passenger 38 hp / 28 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 32 hp / 23 kw
Power to consumption rate 76 points
Vehicle 2.5 i V6 24V
Power (difference from average) 190 hp / 140 kw
(+10%)
Power to torque ratio 14 %
Power per passenger 38 hp / 28 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 32 hp / 23 kw
Power to consumption rate 76 points
Vehicle 1.8 16V T.S.
Power (difference from average) 144 hp / 106 kw
(-17%)
Power to torque ratio 15 %
Power per passenger 29 hp / 21 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 36 hp / 27 kw
Power to consumption rate 84.7 points
Vehicle 1.9 JTD
Power (difference from average) 115 hp / 85 kw
(-34%)
Power to torque ratio 58 %
Power per passenger 23 hp / 17 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 29 hp / 21 kw
Power to consumption rate 60.5 points
Vehicle 2.4 JTD
Power (difference from average) 150 hp / 110 kw
(-13%)
Power to torque ratio 51 %
Power per passenger 30 hp / 22 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 30 hp / 22 kw
Power to consumption rate 62.5 points
Vehicle 2.0 JTS
Power (difference from average) 165 hp / 121 kw
(-5%)
Power to torque ratio 20 %
Power per passenger 33 hp / 24 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 41 hp / 30 kw
Power to consumption rate 82.5 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Alfa Romeo 156 Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 152 hp / 112 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 105 hp / 77 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 190 hp / 140 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 214 Nm
    • Fuel type: Diesel, Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: -12%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 9 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 76 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 38 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 6 / 10

2002 Alfa Romeo 156 Sport Wagon Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Alfa Romeo 156 2.0 i 16V T.Spark is placed 6308th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 155 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

With its 120 hp engine, the Alfa Romeo 156 1.6 16V T.S. takes 9515th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest power. We analyzed all vehicles with four-cylinder engines and listed the top 10 slugs among these cars.

Add a couple of horses. Four-cylinder cars with the lowest horsepower

Horsepower to cc ratio

In our rating of the most powerful six-cylinder cars, the Alfa Romeo 156 2.5 i V6 24V takes 4653rd place. Its 190 hp engine is the reason for placing it here. Want to know more about its competitors? Just read our Top 10!

Most powerful six-cylinder cars currently on the market

If you want a car with a big engine, you might consider the Alfa Romeo 156 2.5 i V6 24V with its 190 hp. But before choosing, pay attention to the fact that it’s ranked 1739th in our rating of six-cylinder cars with the lowest power. Check out which cars made it to the first 10 places!

Why do these cars need six cylinders? Vehicles with the lowest horsepower

The Alfa Romeo 156 2.0 i 16V T.Spark weighs 1300 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Alfa Romeo takes 3865th 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

Weighing 1280 kg, the Alfa Romeo 156 1.8 16V T.S. falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 144 hp engine ensure 10757th 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
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
1.9 JTD 105 hp / 77 kw
(-39%)
+59% 21 hp / 15 kw 26 hp / 19 kw 55.3 points
2.4 JTD 150 hp / 110 kw
(-13%)
+51% 30 hp / 22 kw 30 hp / 22 kw 62.5 points
2.5 i V6 24V 190 hp / 140 kw
(+10%)
+14% 38 hp / 28 kw 32 hp / 23 kw 76 points
1.6 16V T.S. 120 hp / 88 kw
(-31%)
+17% 24 hp / 18 kw 30 hp / 22 kw 75 points
2.5 V6 24V Q-system 190 hp / 140 kw
(+10%)
+16% 38 hp / 28 kw 32 hp / 23 kw 76 points
2.0 JTS 165 hp / 121 kw
(-5%)
+20% 33 hp / 24 kw 41 hp / 30 kw 82.5 points
1.8 16V T.S. 144 hp / 106 kw
(-17%)
+15% 29 hp / 21 kw 36 hp / 27 kw 84.7 points
2.0 i 16V T.Spark 155 hp / 114 kw
(-10%)
+17% 31 hp / 23 kw 39 hp / 29 kw 77.5 points
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Vehicle 1.9 JTD
Power (difference from average) 105 hp / 77 kw
(-39%)
Power to torque ratio 59 %
Power per passenger 21 hp / 15 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 26 hp / 19 kw
Power to consumption rate 55.3 points
Vehicle 2.4 JTD
Power (difference from average) 150 hp / 110 kw
(-13%)
Power to torque ratio 51 %
Power per passenger 30 hp / 22 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 30 hp / 22 kw
Power to consumption rate 62.5 points
Vehicle 2.5 i V6 24V
Power (difference from average) 190 hp / 140 kw
(+10%)
Power to torque ratio 14 %
Power per passenger 38 hp / 28 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 32 hp / 23 kw
Power to consumption rate 76 points
Vehicle 1.6 16V T.S.
Power (difference from average) 120 hp / 88 kw
(-31%)
Power to torque ratio 17 %
Power per passenger 24 hp / 18 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 30 hp / 22 kw
Power to consumption rate 75 points
Vehicle 2.5 V6 24V Q-system
Power (difference from average) 190 hp / 140 kw
(+10%)
Power to torque ratio 16 %
Power per passenger 38 hp / 28 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 32 hp / 23 kw
Power to consumption rate 76 points
Vehicle 2.0 JTS
Power (difference from average) 165 hp / 121 kw
(-5%)
Power to torque ratio 20 %
Power per passenger 33 hp / 24 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 41 hp / 30 kw
Power to consumption rate 82.5 points
Vehicle 1.8 16V T.S.
Power (difference from average) 144 hp / 106 kw
(-17%)
Power to torque ratio 15 %
Power per passenger 29 hp / 21 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 36 hp / 27 kw
Power to consumption rate 84.7 points
Vehicle 2.0 i 16V T.Spark
Power (difference from average) 155 hp / 114 kw
(-10%)
Power to torque ratio 17 %
Power per passenger 31 hp / 23 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 39 hp / 29 kw
Power to consumption rate 77.5 points
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