Mercedes-Benz M115 engine

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The M115 engine family was a straight-4 automobile engine from Mercedes-Benz in the 1970s. The same engine was produced in several versions with differing volume, compression, and horse power according to its application.

M115.920[edit]

The M115.920 is a 2.2 L engine with a power output 103-105 hp

Applications:

  • 1968-1973 220 (W115.010)

M115.921[edit]

The M115.921 is a 2.3L 85 hp engine.

Applications:

M115.923[edit]

The M115.923 is a 2.0 L (1988 cc) 95 hp (70 kW) engine.

Applications:

  • 1968-1976 200 (W115.015)

M115.924[edit]

The M115.924 is a 90-120 hp engine, depending on compression. The 90 hp is 2200 cc (66 kW).

Applications:

  • 1968-1973 220 (W115 coupé)

M115.926[edit]

The M115.926 is an 86-95 hp (63 kW-70 kW) engine, depending on compression.

Applications:

  • 1968-1977 220

M115.938[edit]

The M115.938 is a 2.0 L (1988 cc) engine with an 87 mm bore and 83.6 mm stroke. Power output was 94 hp (70 kW).

Applications:

  • 1975-1980 200

M115.939[edit]

The M115.939 is an 84-94 hp engine, depending on compression.

Applications:

  • 1976-1980 200

M115.951[edit]

The M115.951 is a 110 hp engine.

Applications:

  • 1973-1979 230.4 (W115.017)

M115.952[edit]

The M115.952 is a 2.3 L (2277 cc) engine with 89 hp.

Applications:

M115.954[edit]

The M115.954 is a 2.3 L (2307 cc) version with a 93.8 mm bore and the same 83.6 mm stroke. Power output was 109 hp (81 kW).

Applications:

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