Average U.S. Car Is Tipping Scales at 4,000 Pounds
The E.P.A.'s weight statistics show that the average weight of a 2003 car or light-duty truck, like a pickup, sport utility, van or minivan, was heavier than in any model year since 1976, when the average peaked at 4,079 pounds. Just five years later, after the oil shocks of the 1970's, the average had fallen by more than 20 percent, to 3,202 pounds. The figures take into account the sales volumes of different models.
Average fuel economy peaked at 22.1 miles to the gallon in the late 1980's, according to the agency, but has eroded since then to 20.7 miles for the 2003 model year.
The agency expects the 2004 model year to finish with an average weight of 4,066 pounds.
New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2004/05/05/business/05weight.html By DANNY HAKIM Published: Wednesday, May 5, 2004
depends on how much air in tires
25 to 30 lbs.
About 110 tons
Roughly 2,200 pounds The car or the horse?
3,846 pounds (SI Units)
It varies from car to car. A subcompact will not weigh as much as a full sized car. The average passenger car today will weigh somewhere around 3,500 pounds. The weight of your car is written on the drivers door post.
By 'average' I doubt very much that you mean Ferrari. Affordable, common, sports cars that are mass-produced could be expected to weigh ~1500kg.
There is no "average". A small 4 cylinder might weigh about 300 lbs., a large V-8 700-900 lbs. Diesels can be much more.
An average passenger vehicle tire can weigh up to 20 pounds. It really just depends on the type of car you have and the brand of tires.
On average about 3000 lbs.
The weight of the car at 100 mph is the same as its weight when it is at a standstill.