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Introducing the BMW 1602 1966
The BMW 1602 is classed as a Family cars by the majority of its drivers.

The Engine is1574 ccm (95,57 cubic inches) and is situated in the Front of the vehicle.BMW 1602 vehicles has 2 valves per cyliner in a Inline, 4 cyl engine

The 1602 has a maximum power output of 84.20 PS (61,69 kW or 82,59 HP) at 5700 Rev. per min. with torque 130.00 Nm (13,23 kgf-m or 95,42 ft.lbs) at 3500 Rev. per min.

Top speeds of cars are not so important anymore more, because of our speed laws, but the BMW 1602 has an impresive top speed of 159.0 km/h (98,31 mph) with a Manual, 4-speed transmission.

More informaion is available on the BMW 1602 1966 in our easy to follow table below



Specifications for BMW 1602 1966

CatagoryFamily cars ChasisSedan/saloon 
Engine1574 ccm (95,57 cubic inches) Turning Circle10 m (376,11 inches) 
Engine PositionFront CO2 Emissions 
Valves per CylLength4240 mm (166,07 inches) 
Max Torque130.00 Nm (13,23 kgf-m or 95,42 ft.lbs) at 3500 Rev. per min. Height1420 mm (55,62 inches) 
Max Power84.20 PS (61,69 kW or 82,59 HP) at 5700 Rev. per min. Width1600 mm (62,69 inches) 
Bore/Stroke84.0 x 71.0 mm (3,28 x 2.8 inches) Max Weight(loaded) 
Engine TypeInline, 4 cyl Towing Weight 
Compression8.6:1 Ground Clearance170 mm (6,67 inches) 
Top Speed159.0 km/h (98,31 mph) Wheelbase2510 mm (98,31 inches) 
Fuel CoolingLiquid 
TransmissionManual, 4-speed Front BrakesDisks, 240 mm 
Power to Weight0.0896 PS/kg Rear BrakesDrums 
SeatsFront Leg Room 
Passenger Space4870 litres (1280,57 gallons) Drag Co-eff 
0-100km (0-60mph) Cargo Space 
DriveRear LubricationWet sump 
Country of OriginGermany Fuel Cons mixed 
Front Tyre165/80-SR13 Fuel Cons Urban 
DoorsFuel Cons Rural 
Rear Tyre165/80-SR13 Tank Capacity46.0 litres (12,09 gallons) 


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