FREE Car BHP check
What BhP is my car?
Car performance is one of the most crucial aspects for buyers these days. Car BHP is the acronym used to describe Horsepower (HP) or Brake Horsepower (BHP), which determines the power and total output of an engine. A Car BHP check is measured after an engine has fed the other working parts of a vehicle including the turbocharger, water pump/alternator or gearbox and are measured via wheels and not the flywheel.
To find the horsepower rating of a vehicle, you can check the owner manual or take our car bhp check.
BHP check by reg
Use our free car check service to check the bhp for any UK registered car. It’s instant and free, simply enter your registration to get started.
Our free car BHP check does not only give you details on BHP, but you also get to know it’s Make, Model, Fuel Type, number of Gears, Engine size, power Kw, power rpm, top speed, and torque.
Alongside horsepower you can find some useful information about your car including full specifications, MOT and road tax status, road fund license duties, export status,and askMID status.
What’s the difference between BHP and HP?
There is a very slight difference between these terms; the ‘Brake Horsepower’ (BHP) considers power loss due to friction while the ‘HP’ does not. BHP is a measurement of power output at the crankshaft under specific conditions, whereas HP is a measurement of power output at the flywheel.