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Is it worth considering BHP for a vehicle's comparison,if yes then why?

Published On : 2015-12-30 23:34:08.0 Yash Shekhar
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BHP, or "Brake Horsepower", is always measured at the crankshaft. When somebody tells you an engine makes a specific amount of Brake Horsepower, it means that it is the amount of power if you hook the dyno straight up to the crankshaft and measure its output. For Example, Fiat Abarth Punto is having a 145 BHP which is the first its segment. If the car is highly equipped with too much of Troque then the car is really good in terms of Pick Up. While racing (Long Distance) if the car is having more BHP most of the time, the car will win. For more updates or information on New or Used cars along with other latest upcoming and most popular cars, log on to www.cardekho.com
CarDekho Helpdesk on 2015-12-31 10:48:05.0
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