Most vampires acquire superhuman strength anywhere from three to five times as great as they had in their mortal lives.
Moreover, a vampire’s speed, agility, and reflexes are up to five times as great as they had in their mortal lives.
All vampires possess acute hearing (equivalent to that of a wolf) and night vision, enabling them to see with better than 20/20 perceptibility in total darkness.
As a vampire grows "older" over the years its strength can increase, and the strength level of Vampire Regents can be ten to twenty times stronger than they were in their mortal lives.
Stoker's Dracula is described as having the strength of twenty strong men and also the ability to scale walls like Spiderman, a tradition carried on in the 1992 film Bram Stoker's Dracula.
More modern-day vampires, like Blade, Violet in Ultraviolet, and Selene and her kind in Underworld, not only possess otherworldly strength, but the ability to perform Matrix-like jumps and acrobatics across great heights and distances.
Romance novelist Linda Lael Miller's bloodsuckers have the freedom to time travel at will, while some of Anne Rice's ancient vampires have, in addition to strength, the gift of flight, and in the case of Akasha, Maharet, and Marius to name a few, the destructive ability of setting afire and obliterating inanimate objects or immortals.