Mercedes-Benz O309

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Mercedes-Benz O309
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A Mercedes-Benz O309.
Overview
Manufacturer Mercedes-Benz
Assembly Tehran, Iran (Iran Khodro Diesel)
Body and chassis
Floor type step entrance
A 24-passenger version of Mercedes-Benz O309.
Rear view of a Mercedes-Benz O309.
A Iran Khodro diesel Minibus O511.

The Mercedes-Benz O 309 was the bus variant of the Düsseldorfer Transporter, a large capacity van that became available in 1967. During its lifetime, 10 different engines - with four or six cylinders delivering 55-130 hp - were available. The O 309 was the successor of the O 319 and the predecessor of the Mercedes-Benz T2 (new) secound generation and the Vario. The internal chassis-designations for the O 309 are 309, 310 and 313.[1]

Models[edit]

O 309 Diesel (1967-1986)[2]

Model Engine Cylinders Displacement Max. Power @ min−1 Max.torque @ min−1 Years
O 309 (20D) / 406 D OM 621 I4 1988 cc 40 kW (55 hp) / 4350 113 Nm / 2400 1967
O 309 (22D) / 406 D OM 615 /22 I4 2197 cc 44 kW (60 hp) / 4200 126 Nm / 2400 1968–1974
O 309 (24D) / 407 D OM 616 I4 2404 cc 48 kW (65 hp) / 4200 137 Nm / 2400 1974–1982
O 309 (24D) / 407 D OM 616 I4 2399 cc 53 kW (72 hp) / 4400 137 Nm / 2400 1982-1986
O 309 (38D) / 408 D / 508 D / 608 D OM 314 I4 3758 cc 63 kW (85 hp) / 2800
(59 kW (80 hp) / 2800)
172 Nm / 2400 1968–1986 (408D 1968-1972)
O 309 (56D) / 613 D OM 352 I6 5600 cc 96 kW (130 hp) / 2800 363 Nm / 2000 1977–1986

O 309 Petrol (1967-1986)[3]

Model Engine Cylinders Displacement Max. Power @ min−1 Max.torque @ min−1 Years
O 309 (20B) / 408 M 121 I4 1988 cc 59 kW (80 hp) / 5000 1967
O 309 (22B) / 408 M 115/22 I4 2197 cc 63 kW (85 hp) / 5000 1968–1974
O 309 (23B) / 409 M 115/23 I4 2307 cc 66 kW (90 hp) / 4800 160 Nm / 2000 1974–1982
O 309 (23B) / 410 M 102 I4 2299 cc 70 kW (95 hp) / 5200 170 Nm / 2500 1982–1986

References[edit]

  1. ^ Axel Gröblinghoff: Eifel-Laster - Nutzfahrzeuge aus Eifel und Umgebung 1940-2000; Hürtgenwald 2009
  2. ^ Axel Gröblinghoff: Eifel-Laster - Nutzfahrzeuge aus Eifel und Umgebung 1940-2000, Hürtgenwald 2009
  3. ^ Axel Gröblinghoff: Eifel-Laster - Nutzfahrzeuge aus Eifel und Umgebung 1940-2000, Hürtgenwald 2009

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