Heavy and slow – 10 cars with the worst ratio of 0–60 mph (0–100 km/h) acceleration to body weight

Any idea why people bought these cars? We don’t know either! These vehicles have the worst ratio of weight to acceleration. Have you ever thought that the speed of a car must depend on its weight? Now we offer you a rating that shows the true efficiency (or rather inefficiency) of a car.

Fiat 126 700 1987

31.4 secto 60 mph
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645 kg

Lada 1111 Oka 0.65 1990

28.5 secto 60 mph
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635 kg

Fiat Cinquecento 0.7 1991

28.5 secto 60 mph
5.6 l/100 km
690 kg

Seat Marbella 0.8 1986

26.1 secto 60 mph
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680 kg

BYD FLYER II 0.8 i 2005

23.8 secto 60 mph
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720 kg

Opel Kadett 1.0 1973

26.6 secto 60 mph
7.4 l/100 km
820 kg

Citroen AX 10 E 1.0 1987

19.8 secto 60 mph
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640 kg

Volkswagen Polo 0.9 1975

20.6 secto 60 mph
7.5 l/100 km
685 kg

GAZ 20 2.1 1946

43.7 secto 60 mph
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1460 kg

Maruti 800 0.8 i 1997

17.6 secto 60 mph
6.5 l/100 km
640 kg