Toyota Soarer Curb Weight in Easy-to-Read Graphs

Average weight of Toyota Soarer

Quick notes on Toyota Soarer weight

    • Average weight for generation: 1617 kg (3565 lbs)
    • Difference from world average: 134 kg or 295 lbs heavier
    • Difference from world's heaviest: 2750 kg or 6064 lbs lighter
    • Load to one wheel: 404 kg (891 lbs)
    • Maximum allowable weight: 1992 kg (4392 lbs)
    • Weight to torque ratio: 5 kg per 1 Nm
    • Weight to length ratio: 3 mm per 1 kg
    • Engine capacity to weight: 1.9 cc per 1 kg
    • Pounds per 1 kW: 19 lbs/kW
    • Weightly rating: 10 / 10

2005 Toyota Soarer III (facelift ) curb weight

  • 2.5 Twin-turbo 24V GT —1560 kg (3440 lbs)
  • 4.0 i V8 32V GT —1750 kg (3859 lbs)
  • 3.0i V6 24V GT —1540 kg (3396 lbs)

    Weight to consumption ratio

  • 2.5 Twin-turbo 24V GT —78 kg/mpg (172 lbs/mpg)
  • 4.0 i V8 32V GT —83 kg/mpg (183 lbs/mpg)
  • 3.0i V6 24V GT —62 kg/mpg (137 lbs/mpg)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.5 Twin-turbo 24V GT is 5.2% heavier tran average
  • 4.0 i V8 32V GT is 18% heavier tran average
  • 3.0i V6 24V GT is 3.8% heavier tran average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.5 Twin-turbo 24V GT 1560 kg /
    3440 lbs
    1135 kg (2503 lbs) heavier 6 kg to 1 hp - 136 kg/L
    (300 lbs/L)
    4.0 i V8 32V GT 1750 kg /
    3859 lbs
    1325 kg (2922 lbs) heavier 7 kg to 1 hp 292 kg/s (644 lbs/s) 154 kg/L
    (340 lbs/L)
    3.0i V6 24V GT 1540 kg /
    3396 lbs
    1115 kg (2459 lbs) heavier 7 kg to 1 hp - 164 kg/L
    (362 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.5 Twin-turbo 24V GT
    Curb weight 1560 kg /
    3440 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1135 kg (1135 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 6 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio 136 kg/L
    (300 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 4.0 i V8 32V GT
    Curb weight 1750 kg /
    3859 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1325 kg (1325 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 7 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 292 kg/s (644 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 154 kg/L
    (340 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 3.0i V6 24V GT
    Curb weight 1540 kg /
    3396 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1115 kg (1115 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 7 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio 164 kg/L
    (362 lbs/L)

    Quick notes on Toyota Soarer weight

      • Average weight for generation: 1600 kg (3528 lbs)
      • Difference from world average: 117 kg or 258 lbs heavier
      • Difference from world's heaviest: 2860 kg or 6307 lbs lighter
      • Load to one wheel: 400 kg (882 lbs)
      • Maximum allowable weight: 1975 kg (4355 lbs)
      • Weight to torque ratio: 4 kg per 1 Nm
      • Weight to length ratio: 3 mm per 1 kg
      • Engine capacity to weight: 2 cc per 1 kg
      • Pounds per 1 kW: 18 lbs/kW
      • Weightly rating: 10 / 10

    1991 Toyota Soarer III curb weight

  • 2.5 Twin-turbo 24V GT —1560 kg (3440 lbs)
  • 4.0i GPS —1640 kg (3616 lbs)

    Weight to consumption ratio

  • 2.5 Twin-turbo 24V GT —58 kg/mpg (128 lbs/mpg)
  • 4.0i GPS —75 kg/mpg (165 lbs/mpg)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.5 Twin-turbo 24V GT is 5.2% heavier tran average
  • 4.0i GPS is 10.6% heavier tran average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.5 Twin-turbo 24V GT 1560 kg /
    3440 lbs
    1135 kg (2503 lbs) heavier 6 kg to 1 hp - 181 kg/L
    (399 lbs/L)
    4.0i GPS 1640 kg /
    3616 lbs
    1215 kg (2679 lbs) heavier 7 kg to 1 hp - 155 kg/L
    (342 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.5 Twin-turbo 24V GT
    Curb weight 1560 kg /
    3440 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1135 kg (1135 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 6 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio 181 kg/L
    (399 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 4.0i GPS
    Curb weight 1640 kg /
    3616 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1215 kg (1215 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 7 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio 155 kg/L
    (342 lbs/L)