List of Mercedes-Benz engines

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Mercedes-Benz has produced a range of petrol, diesel, and natural gas engines. This is a list of all internal combustion engine models manufactured.

Petrol engines[edit]

Straight-three[edit]

  • M160, 0.6 – 0.7 L (1998–2007)
  • M281, 1.0 L (2014–present)

Inline-four[edit]

  • M23, 1.3 L (1933–1936)
  • M30, 1.5 L (1934–1939)
  • M136, 1.7 – 1.8 L (1935–1955)
  • M121, 1.9 – 2.0 L (1955–1968)
  • M118, 1.5 – 1.8 L (1965–1972)
  • M115, 2.0 – 2.3 L (1968–1985)
  • M102, 1.8 – 2.5 L (1980–1996)
  • M111, 1.8 – 2.3 L (1992–2006)
  • M166, 1.4 – 2.1 L (1997–2005)
  • M271, 1.6 – 1.8 L (2002–2015)
  • M266, 1.5 – 2.0 L (2004–present)
  • M270, 1.6 – 2.0 L (2011–present)
  • M200, 1.2 L (2012–present)
  • M274, 1.6 – 2.0 L (2012–present)
  • M133, 2.0 L (2013–present)
  • M260/M264, 1.5 – 2.0 L (2017–present)
  • M282, 1.3 L (2018–present)

Straight-six[edit]

  • M836, 4.0 L (1924–1929)
  • M9456, 6.3 L (1924–1929)
  • M02, 2.0 L (1926–1933)
  • M03, 3.0 L (1926–1927)
  • M04, 3.0 – 3.1 L (1927–1928)
  • M09, 3.4 L (1928–1929)
  • M06, 6.8 – 7.1 L (1928–1934)
  • M10, 3.5 L (1929–1933)
  • M11, 2.6 L (1929–1935)
  • M15, 1.7 L (1931–1936)
  • M18, 2.9 L (1933–1937)
  • M21, 2.0 L (1933–1936)
  • M143, 2.2 L (1936–1941)
  • M142, 3.2 L (1937–1942)
  • M153, 2.3 L (1939–1943)
  • M180, 2.2 – 2.3 L (1951–1980)
  • M186, 3.0 L (1951–1958)
  • M188, 3.0 L (1952–1958)
  • M194, 3.0 L (1952)
  • M198, 3.0 L (1954–1963)
  • M199, 3.0 L (1955–1958)
  • M127, 2.2 L (1958–1964)
  • M189, 3.0 L (1958–1967)
  • M129, 2.5 L (1965–1967)
  • M108, 2.5 L (1965–1967)
  • M130, 2.8 L (1968–1972)
  • M114, 2.5 L (1967–1972)
  • M123, 2.5 L (1976–1985)
  • M110, 2.8 L (1972–1986)
  • M103, 2.6 – 3.0 L (1984–1995)
  • M104, 2.8 – 3.6 L (1989–1997)
  • M256, 3.0 L (2017–present)

V6[edit]

  • M112, 2.4 – 3.7 L (1997–2005)
  • M272, 2.5 – 3.5 L (2004–present)
  • M276, 3.0 – 3.5 L (2011–present)

Straight-eight[edit]

  • M08, 4.6 – 5.0 L (1928–1939)
  • M07, 7.7 L (1930–1938)
  • M19, 3.8 L (1932–1933)
  • M22, 3.8 – 4.0 L (1933–1934)
  • M24, 5.0 – 5.4 L (1934–1944)
  • M150, 7.7 L (1938–1944)
  • M124, 5.8 L (1939) (prototype)

V8[edit]

  • M100, 6.3 – 6.9 L (1963–1981)
  • M116, 3.5 – 4.2 L (1969–1991)
  • M117, 4.5 – 5.6 L (1971–1992)
  • M119, 4.2 – 6.0 L (1989–1999)
  • M113, 4.3 – 5.5 L (1997–2012)
  • M155, 5.4 L (2004–2009)
  • M156, 6.2 L (2006–2014)
  • M273, 4.7 – 5.5 L (2005–2010)
  • M159, 6.2 L (2009–2014)
  • M278, 4.7 L (2010–present)
  • M157, 5.5 L (2010–present)
  • M152, 5.5 L (2012–2015)
  • M177/M178, 4.0 L (2014–present)[1]
  • M176, 4.0 L (2017–present)

V12[edit]

Wankel[edit]

  • M950F, 1.8 – 2.4 L (1969–1970)

Diesel engines[edit]

One-cylinder[edit]

Two-cylinder[edit]

Straight-three[edit]

Inline-four[edit]

  • OM138, 2.5 L (1935–1940)
  • OM636, 1.7 – 1.8 L (1949–1990)
  • OM621, 1.9 – 2.0 L (1959–1967)
  • OM615, 2.0 – 2.2 L (1968–1985)
  • OM616, 2.4 L (1973–1985)
  • OM601, 2.0 – 2.3 L (1983–2001)
  • OM604, 2.0 – 2.2 L (1993–1998)
  • OM668, 1.7 L (1997–2005)
  • OM611, 2.1 – 2.2 L (1998–2011)
  • OM646, 2.1 L (2002–2010)
  • OM640, 2.0 L (2004–2012)
  • OM651, 1.8 – 2.1 L (2008–present)
  • OM654, 2.0 L (2016–present)
  • OM699, 2.3 L (2017–present)
  • OM608, 1.5 L (2018–present)

Inline-five[edit]

  • OM617, 3.0 L (1974–1991)
  • OM602, 2.5 – 2.9 L (1985–2002)
  • OM605, 2.5 L (1993–2001)
  • OM612, 2.7 L (1999–2006)
  • OM647, 2.7 L (2004–2006)

Straight-six[edit]

  • OM603, 3.0 – 3.5 L (1986–1997)
  • OM606, 3.0 L (1993–2001)
  • OM613, 3.2 L (1999–2003)
  • OM648, 3.2 L (2002–2006)
  • OM656, 2.9 L (2017–present)

Busses and trucks:

V6[edit]

  • OM642, 3.0 L (2005–present)

Busses and trucks:

V8[edit]

  • OM628, 4.0 L (1999–2005)
  • OM629, 4.0 L (2005–2010)

Busses and trucks:

V10[edit]

V12[edit]

V16[edit]

V20[edit]

  • MB 501
  • MB 511
  • MB518, 134.4 L (1951–1973)

Natural gas engines[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mercedes details 4.0L twin-turbo V8 for AMG GT
  2. ^ "Mercedes Arocs is the new force in construction---as previously mentioned by Biglorryblog!". Biglorryblog. 29 January 2013. Retrieved 29 January 2013.
  3. ^ Kacher, Georg (September 1982). Kennett, Pat, ed. "Munich Show report". TRUCK. London, UK: FF Publishing Ltd: 73.