List of Mercedes-Benz engines

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Mercedes-Benz produced a full line of single, two, three, straight-4 -5 and -6, V4, V6, V8, V10, V12, V16, and V20 engines and even Wankel engine. Currently, they are distinctive for their 3-valve per cylinder Single overhead cam configuration, though this is being replaced by a more conventional 4-valve DOHC layout.

All Mercedes-Benz V6/V8 engines are manufactured in Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt, Germany. The 4-cylinder versions (M266, M266 Turbo and M271) are assembled in Stuttgart-Untertürkheim. The V12 engine plant is in Berlin.

I1[edit]

Diesel[edit]

I2[edit]

Diesel[edit]

I3[edit]

Diesel[edit]

I4[edit]

Gasoline[edit]

  • 1955–1968 M121
  • 1968–1980 M115
    • 2.0 L
    • 2.3 L
  • 1980–1995 M102
  • 1992–2004 M111 (DOHC)
    • 1.8 L (1796 cc)
    • 2.0 L (1998 cc)
    • 2.0 L (1998 cc) supercharged
    • 2.2 L (2198 cc)
    • 2.3 L (2298 cc)
    • 2.3 L (2298 cc) supercharged
  • 1997–2005 M166
    • 1.4 L (1397 cc)
    • 1.6 L (1598 cc)
    • 1.9 L (1898 cc)
    • 2.1 L (2084 cc)
  • 2002-today M271
    • 1.6 L (1597 cc) supercharged
    • 1.8 L (1796 cc) supercharged
    • 1.8 L (1796 cc) turbo
  • 2004-today M266
    • 1.5 L (1498 cc)
    • 1.7 L (1699 cc)
    • 2.0 L (2034 cc)
    • 2.0 L (2034 cc) turbo
  • 2011-today M270
    • 1.6 turbo
    • 2.0 turbo
  • 2012-today M274
    • 1.6 turbo
    • 2.0 turbo

The M 270 and M 274 engines differ only in mounting positions (transverse and longitudinal respectively).[1]

Diesel[edit]

  • 1935–1940 OM138
    • 2.5 L
  • 1949–1961 OM636
    • 1.7 L
    • 1.8 L
  • 1959–1967 OM621
    • 1.9 L
    • 2.0 L
  • 1968–1985 OM615
    • 2.0 L
    • 2.2 L
  • 1973–1996 OM616
    • 2.4 L
  • 1983–2000 OM601
    • 2.0 L
    • 2.2 L
    • 2.3 L
  • 1993–1999 OM604
    • 2.0 L
    • 2.2 L
  • 1998–2005 OM668
    • 1.7 L
  • 1998–2004 OM611
    • 2.1 L
    • 2.2 L
  • 2003-today OM646
    • 2.1 L
  • 2004-today OM640
    • 2.0 L
  • 2008-today OM651
    • 2.1 L
    • 1.8 L

I5[edit]

  • 1974–1990 OM617 Diesel
    • 3.0 L
  • 1987–1999 OM602 Diesel
    • 2.5 L N/A 
    • 2.5 L Turbo Diesel 602.961 
    • 2.9 L (2874 cc) Turbo Diesel 602.980 
  • 1994–2000 OM605 Diesel
    • 2.5 L
  • 1999–2006 OM612 Diesel
    • 2.7 L (2685  cc)
  • 2002–2005 OM647 Diesel
    • 2.7 L (2687 cc)

I6[edit]

Gasoline[edit]

  • 1951–1968 M180
    • 2.2 L
    • 2.3 L
  • 1951–1958 M186
    • 3.0 L
  • 1954–1963 M198
    • 3.0 L fuel-injected
  • 1958–1965 M127
    • 2.2 L fuel-injected
  • 1958–1967 M189
    • 3.0 L fuel-injected
  • 1965–1967 M129
    • 2.5 L fuel-injected
  • 1965–1967 M108
    • 2.5 L
  • 1968–1972 M130
    • 2.8 L
    • 2.8 L fuel-injected
  • 1968–1972 M114
    • 2.5 L
  • 1976–1985 M123
    • 2.5 L (2525 cc)
  • 1972–1986 M110 (DOHC)
    • 2.8 L (2746 cc)
  • 1986–1993 M103 (SOHC)
    • 2.6 L
    • 3.0 L
  • 1990–1999 M104 (DOHC)
    • 2.8 L
    • 3.0 L
    • 3.2 L
    • 3.4 L
    • 3.6 L

Bus and Truck[edit]

Natural gas[edit]

V6[edit]

Gasoline[edit]

  • 1997-2005 M112
    • 2.4 L (2398 cc) E26
    • 2.6 L (2597 cc) E26
    • 2.8 L (2799 cc) E28
    • 3.2 L (3199 cc) E32
    • 3.2 L (3199 cc) E32 AMG
    • 3.7 L (3724 cc) E37
  • 2004–2011 M272
    • 2.5 L (2496 cc) E25
    • 3.0 L (2996 cc) E30
    • 3.5 L (3498 cc) E35
  • 2011-present M276
    • 3.5 L (3499 cc)

Diesel[edit]

V8[edit]

Gasoline[edit]

Diesel[edit]

V10[edit]

V12[edit]

Gasoline[edit]

  • 1992–2001 M120
    • W140 600SEL/S600
    • R129 600SL/SL600
    • C140 600SEC/S600/CL600
    • Brabus M V12/E V12/G V12
    • 7.3 L (7291 cc) S73 AMG, "SL73 AMG", CL73 AMG, Pagani Zonda
  • 1998–2002 M137
    • S63 AMG
    • SL63 AMG
    • CL63 AMG
    • Brabus M V12/E V12/G V12
  • 2003-present M158/M275/M285
    • 5.5 L (5513 cc) M275 twin-turbo
    • 6.0 L (5980 cc) M285 twin-turbo
    • 6.0 L (5980 cc) M158 twin-turbo, Pagani Huayra

Diesel[edit]

V16[edit]

V20[edit]

Wankel[edit]

  • 1969–1970 M950F
    • 3-rotor 1.8 L
    • 4-rotor 2.4 L

References[edit]

  1. ^ The development of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class: The drive system
  2. ^ "Mercedes Arocs is the new force in construction---as previously mentioned by Biglorryblog!". Biglorryblog. 29 January 2013. Retrieved 29 January 2013. 
  3. ^ Mercedes details 4.0L twin-turbo V8 for AMG GT

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