Vauxhall Omega Curb Weight in Easy-to-Read Graphs

Average weight of Vauxhall Omega

Quick notes on Vauxhall Omega weight

    • Average weight for generation: 1489 kg (3283 lbs)
    • Difference from world average: 6 kg or 13 lbs heavier
    • Difference from world's heaviest: 2851 kg or 6287 lbs lighter
    • Load to one wheel: 372 kg (821 lbs)
    • Maximum allowable weight: 1864 kg (4110 lbs)
    • Weight to torque ratio: 7 kg per 1 Nm
    • Weight to length ratio: 3.2 mm per 1 kg
    • Engine capacity to weight: 1.6 cc per 1 kg
    • Pounds per 1 kW: 31 lbs/kW
    • Weightly rating: 10 / 10

1994 Vauxhall Omega B curb weight

  • 2.5i V6 24V —1454 kg (3206 lbs)
  • 3.0i V6 24V —1649 kg (3636 lbs)
  • 2.0i —1425 kg (3142 lbs)
  • 2.5 TD —1555 kg (3429 lbs)
  • 2.0i 16V —1425 kg (3142 lbs)
  • 2.0 DTI 16V —1425 kg (3142 lbs)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.5i V6 24V is 2% lighter than average
  • 3.0i V6 24V is 11.2% heavier tran average
  • 2.0i is 3.9% lighter than average
  • 2.5 TD is 4.9% heavier tran average
  • 2.0i 16V is 3.9% lighter than average
  • 2.0 DTI 16V is 3.9% lighter than average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.5i V6 24V 1454 kg /
    3206 lbs
    1029 kg (2269 lbs) heavier 9 kg to 1 hp - -
    3.0i V6 24V 1649 kg /
    3636 lbs
    1224 kg (2699 lbs) heavier 8 kg to 1 hp - -
    2.0i 1425 kg /
    3142 lbs
    1000 kg (2205 lbs) heavier 12 kg to 1 hp - -
    2.5 TD 1555 kg /
    3429 lbs
    1130 kg (2492 lbs) heavier 12 kg to 1 hp - -
    2.0i 16V 1425 kg /
    3142 lbs
    1000 kg (2205 lbs) heavier 10 kg to 1 hp - -
    2.0 DTI 16V 1425 kg /
    3142 lbs
    1000 kg (2205 lbs) heavier 14 kg to 1 hp 100 kg/s (221 lbs/s) -
    Vehicle 2.5i V6 24V
    Curb weight 1454 kg /
    3206 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1029 kg (1029 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 9 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 3.0i V6 24V
    Curb weight 1649 kg /
    3636 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1224 kg (1224 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 8 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 2.0i
    Curb weight 1425 kg /
    3142 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1000 kg (1000 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 12 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 2.5 TD
    Curb weight 1555 kg /
    3429 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1130 kg (1130 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 12 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 2.0i 16V
    Curb weight 1425 kg /
    3142 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1000 kg (1000 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 10 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 2.0 DTI 16V
    Curb weight 1425 kg /
    3142 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1000 kg (1000 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 14 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 100 kg/s (221 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio -

    Quick notes on Vauxhall Omega weight

      • Average weight for generation: 1541 kg (3398 lbs)
      • Difference from world average: 58 kg or 128 lbs heavier
      • Difference from world's heaviest: 2796 kg or 6166 lbs lighter
      • Load to one wheel: 385 kg (850 lbs)
      • Maximum allowable weight: 1916 kg (4225 lbs)
      • Weight to torque ratio: 7 kg per 1 Nm
      • Weight to length ratio: 3.1 mm per 1 kg
      • Engine capacity to weight: 1.5 cc per 1 kg
      • Pounds per 1 kW: 32 lbs/kW
      • Weightly rating: 10 / 10

    1994 Vauxhall Omega Estate B curb weight

  • 2.0i —1463 kg (3226 lbs)
  • 3.0i V6 —1704 kg (3757 lbs)
  • 2.0 16V —1463 kg (3226 lbs)
  • 2.5i V6 —1590 kg (3506 lbs)
  • 2.0 DTI 16V —1463 kg (3226 lbs)
  • 2.5 TD —1563 kg (3446 lbs)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.0i is 1.3% lighter than average
  • 3.0i V6 is 14.9% heavier tran average
  • 2.0 16V is 1.3% lighter than average
  • 2.5i V6 is 7.2% heavier tran average
  • 2.0 DTI 16V is 1.3% lighter than average
  • 2.5 TD is 5.4% heavier tran average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.0i 1463 kg /
    3226 lbs
    1038 kg (2289 lbs) heavier 13 kg to 1 hp - -
    3.0i V6 1704 kg /
    3757 lbs
    1279 kg (2820 lbs) heavier 8 kg to 1 hp - -
    2.0 16V 1463 kg /
    3226 lbs
    1038 kg (2289 lbs) heavier 11 kg to 1 hp 134 kg/s (295 lbs/s) -
    2.5i V6 1590 kg /
    3506 lbs
    1165 kg (2569 lbs) heavier 9 kg to 1 hp - -
    2.0 DTI 16V 1463 kg /
    3226 lbs
    1038 kg (2289 lbs) heavier 14 kg to 1 hp - -
    2.5 TD 1563 kg /
    3446 lbs
    1138 kg (2509 lbs) heavier 12 kg to 1 hp - -
    Vehicle 2.0i
    Curb weight 1463 kg /
    3226 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1038 kg (1038 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 13 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 3.0i V6
    Curb weight 1704 kg /
    3757 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1279 kg (1279 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 8 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 2.0 16V
    Curb weight 1463 kg /
    3226 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1038 kg (1038 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 11 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 134 kg/s (295 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 2.5i V6
    Curb weight 1590 kg /
    3506 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1165 kg (1165 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 9 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 2.0 DTI 16V
    Curb weight 1463 kg /
    3226 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1038 kg (1038 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 14 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 2.5 TD
    Curb weight 1563 kg /
    3446 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1138 kg (1138 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 12 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio -