Mercedes-Benz M266 engine

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The M266 is a Mercedes Benz inline-4 engine manufactured in Stuttgart-Untertürkheim and is used solely in vehicles like the A-class and B-class. The most powerful engine in the family is the 2.0 turbo, found in the Mercedes Benz B200 Turbo.

Engine 1.5 1.7 2.0 2.0 turbo
Engine code M266.920 M266.940 M266.960 M266.980
Capacity 1498 cc 1699 cc 2034 cc 2034 cc
Valvetrain 8 valve SOHC 8 valve SOHC 8 valve SOHC 8-valve SOHC
Head Aluminium alloy Aluminium alloy Aluminium alloy Aluminium alloy
Block Aluminium alloy Aluminium alloy Aluminium alloy Aluminium alloy
Bore × Stroke 83 x 69.2 83 x 78.5 83 x 94 83 x 94
Power 95 ps 115 ps 136 ps 193 ps @ 5,000 rpm
Torque 280 Nm @ 1800-4850 rpm
Induction Naturally aspirated Naturally aspirated Naturally aspirated Turbocharged

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