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57% (03:05) correct 43% (03:05) wrong based on 388 sessionsModel  Weight (lb)  Engine size (L)  Horsepower (HP)  Price ($)  S/HP ratio 

Biota  3208  6.2  430  45170  105.5 
Boris  3232  3.7  332  40450  121.84 
Chaffer  3920  5.4  540  41930  77.65 
Corbin  3972  5.7  368  34000  92.39 
D2  3704  4  420  48900  116.43 
Dasher  3860  6.2  426  33195  77.92 
Gazelle  3524  3.5  306  34050  111.27 
Gia  4083  6.1  425  34000  80 
Granato  3356  4.6  300  26695  88.98 
Hawk  3947  5.7  376  40000  106.38 
Olsen  3582  3  300  40800  136 
Phantom  4027  6.1  376  40000  94.12 
PTZ  3913  6.2  300  33195  82.99 
Stallion  3603  5  425  33500  81.31 
T400  3725  6  400  27170  67.93 
Tesco  3466  5.7  310  24120  77.81 
Titan  4006  4.6  368  33000  89.67 
Victor  3909  5  500  99100  198.2 
Windsor  3578  3.5  306  36550  119.4 
XR3  3534  4.6  315  29695  94.27 
Yes  No  
The model with the smallest engine and at least one other model both rank last in the amount of horsepower they produce.  
The lightest model produces the most horsepower per pound of vehicle weight.  
The model with the lowest dollarperhorsepower ratio is also the model with the lowest price. 
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Yes  No  
There are no models that have more than 500 horsepower.  
All of the models that weigh more than 4,000lb (pounds) have more than 400 horsepower.  
The least expensive model produces the least horsepower per liter of engine size. 

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