List of Mercedes-Benz vehicles

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Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren (built from 2003 to 2010)
Mercedes-Benz SSK, a roadster built from 1928 to 1932

The following is a List of Mercedes-Benz vehicles indexed by year of introduction.

Mercedes-Benz L 319 (produced 1955-1967)
815D Vario minibus
Mercedes-Benz CLK-GTR race car (foreground)

In 1926 Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft and Benz & Cie. merged forming Daimler-Benz and selling the Mercedes-Benz line of vehicles. Mercedes was a brand of DMG started in 1901. It has produced vehicles into the 21st century

Daimler and Benz vehicles[edit]

Before 1926, Mercedes-Benz was two separate companies that were competitors. One originated from Karl Benz, who invented the car, and Maybach and Daimler, who started Daimler which produced the Mercedes brand. Somehow the companies survived two world wars and various economic depressions to become one of the major suppliers of automobiles and trucks in the 21st century in Germany and in many parts of the World. The company has also supplied engines to many different products

Maybach left the company in 1907 to start his own company which was eventually bought by Mercedes-Benz in 1960.

Benz[edit]

Benz & Company Rheinische Gasmotoren-Fabrik (aka Benz & Cie), founded 1883

  • Benz Patent-Motorwagen 1886-1893 (~25 produced)
  • Benz Velo 1894
  • Benz Viktoria 1894-1900[1][2]
  • By 1895 1,132 vehicles produced[1]
  • Benz Parsifil 1902-1908[3]
  • 1907 24/40 hp Benz landaulet[4]
  • Blitzen Benz 1909
  • Benz 1910 'Prinz Heinrich'[4]
  • Benz 10/30 PS 1912, 1921-1927 (also Daimler-Benz model after 1926)
  • Benz 10/30 hp 1921
  • See also vehicles by C. Benz Söhne company (1906–1923)
  • Vehicle summary of Benz products
    • Patent Motorwagen
    • Viktoria (Victoria)
    • Velo
    • Elegant
    • Phaeton
    • Tonneau
    • Spider
    • Break
    • Parsifal
    • 14/30 PS
    • 18PS
    • 28/30 PS
    • 35/40 PS
    • 50PS
    • 60PS
    • 70PS
    • Prinz-Heinrich-Wagen
    • 20/35 PS
    • 24/40 PS
    • 25PS
    • 10PS
    • 6/14 PS
    • 6/18 PS
    • 8PS
    • 12/30 PS
    • 16/40 PS
    • 18/45 PS
    • 33/75 PS
    • 21/50 PS
    • 27/70 PS
    • 39/100 PS
    • 11/40 PS
    • 16/50 PS

DMG (includes Mercedes)[edit]

Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft poster for a Mercedes Double Phaeton (1908)

Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft, founded in 1890 by Daimler and Maybach

Mercedes-Benz cars (1926-present)[edit]

In 1926 Daimler-Benz was formed from the merger of DMG and Benz

1926-1930[edit]

1927 Mercedes-Benz 400 K Tourer Sinsheim, a Daimler-Benz product
  • Mercedes-Benz 630 K (1926 - 1929)[7] (This was the Mercedes 24/100/140 PS of DMG)
    • Mercedes-Benz Model K
  • S-series, from 1927 with supercharged 6-cylinder engines[7]
    • S (Sport)
    • SS (Super Sport)
    • SSK (Super Sport Kurz)
    • SSKL (Super Sport Kurz Leicht)
  • K (Kurz-short) 2532
  • S 1927
  • SSK 1928
  • SS 1928
  • 10/50 hp "Stuttgart" 1929

Mercedes-Benz Three Wheeler

  • 1928 Mercedes-Benz 680S Saoutchik Torpedo[4]

1930s[edit]

Mercedes-Benz 260D in museum in Stuttgart
Mercedes-Benz 130 (1935)

Production disrupted from WWII from 1939-1945, and restarted by late 1940s

1940s[edit]

1950s[edit]

Mercedes-Benz 180b, 442,963 built 1953–1962
Mercedes-Benz 190D, with post-1960 update

4 Cylinder[edit]

6 Cylinder[edit]

300SL Roadster

1960s[edit]

1970s[edit]

Pre-facelift Mercedes-Benz W115 220

1980s[edit]

The 1980s marked a period of increasing demand in America, personified by thousands of Grey-market imported cars, such as this Mercedes-Benz 500 SE shown here
Mercedes-Benz 560SEC

1990s[edit]

2000s[edit]

One standout in the MB lineup in the 21st century has been the Mercedes-Benz G-Class
Mercedes-Benz SLK, 1996-2004
Mercedes-Benz M-Class, models go by ML250, ML300, etc. naming style

2010s[edit]

Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class. This new smaller class featured front-wheel drive and a lowered financial barrier to a new Mercedes product
  • Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG 2010-2013
  • Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class 2013-present
  • Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class (mid-size SUV/cross-over vehicle)
  • Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 2013-present
  • In 2015 several existing product lines were renamed
    • GLK-class to GLC-class
    • M-class to GLE-class
    • GL-class to GLS-class
  • Name change of Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG to Mercedes-AMG C63 in 2014.[8]
  • Mercedes-Maybach S600
  • B-Class Electric Drive introduced (Special version of existing B-Class with no piston engine)

Mercedes-Benz SUVs[edit]

G-Class G63 AMG 6x6

Post 2015 naming restructure:

Mercedes-Benz vans[edit]

Mercedes-Benz MB100, produced 1981-1995
Mercedes-Benz Citan (2012)

1950s[edit]

1970s[edit]

1980s[edit]

21st century[edit]

Concept models[edit]

Mercedes-Benz C112 (1991)
Mercedes-Benz Bionic inspired by nature, in particular the yellow boxfish resulting a high volume to low drag ratio (2005)
F700 concept car (2007)

Race cars[edit]

Street CLK GTR in Romania
Mercedes-Benz CLR at Nürburgring

See Mercedes-Benz in motorsport

F1[edit]

A Mercedes-Benz F1 race car

Mercedes-Benz trucks[edit]

The chart of Mercedes-Benz truck models (including the internal designations), 1926-1944. Horizontally: years of production Vertically: payload in tons (approximately) Yellow boxes: L1/L2/L5 family, Light-blue boxes: Lo2000 family, White boxes: the rest.

1926-1944[edit]

The first Mercedes-Benz truck range, presented at the 1926 Berlin Motor Show (October) and at the 1927 International Motor Show for Trucks and Special Vehicles in Cologne (May) included three basic models with the payloads of 1.5, 2.5 and 5 tons. Each model was available with a standard and a low-frame chassis. Low chassis made sense especially that time to make easier loading and unloading of the vehicle. Also the low chassis has been used to build the buses. The models with the standard chassis were L1, L2 and L5 (L stood for Lastwagen, German word for a truck, and the digit stood for the rated payload in tons). The models with the low chassis were N1, N2 and NJ5/N5 (N stood for Niederwagen, German word means a low car). The trucks were equipped with the 4 cylinders petrol engines (M14, M2 and M5), developing 45HP, 55HP and 70 HP. Mercedes-Benz L1 and L2 were the new models, but Mercedes-Benz L5 truck was basically a continuation of famous Benz 5CN truck, which was developed before the merge of Benz & Cie and Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft companies.

In 1927 Mercedes-Benz presented its first diesel engine (OM5), which immediately became a sensation. It was the world's first six-cylinder diesel engine, installed on the commercial vehicle. Also from 1927 Mercedes-Benz offered the more powerful 6 cylinders petrol engines (M16, M26 and M36) developing 50HP, 70HP and 100 HP. Four cylinders engines were discontinued only one year later. Therefore, in 1927-1928 most of the trucks from the series L1,L2,L5 were available with 4 or 6 cylinders engines. To distinguish that, 6 cylinders versions of the trucks were referred sometimes as, for example, L1/6 or N2/6.

In 1927-1928 Mercedes-Benz also expanded the range of the truck models, adding the small model L3/4 with the payload of 750 kg (3/4 ton), which was developed from the passenger car Typ 200 Nürnberg, and a heavy three axis model N56 with the payload 7-9 tons. The payloads of L1 and L2 models was increased with the new 6 cylinder engines from 1.5 to 1.75 tons (model L1/N1) and from 2.5 to 3.0-4.0 tons (model L2/N2). To fill the newly formed gap between L1 and L2 models, Mercedes-Benz offered new 2.5 tons model L45/N46 and (a bit later) 2.75/3.0 tons model L57/N58.

Resulting diversity of the trucks made an impressive lineup of Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicles, but also required a new, better system for their designations. In fact, by the year of 1930, only the model L5 still referred to its payload (5 tons). L1 model's payload has been gradually increased up to 2 tons, L2 model's payload - up to 4 tons, and L45/N46 and L57/N58 model names were not saying about their payload at all from the beginning, but were rather the company's internal model designations. So in October 1930 a new system for the commercial vehicle designation has been introduced. Basically, instead of the one digit, standing for the rated payload in tons, a four digits number, standing for the rated payload in kg, has now been used. This number followed the same letter L for the trucks (as before), or the letters Lo (LO) for the low chassis, or the letter O for the buses (O stood for the German word Omnibus, what is translated as a bus). According to that, the model L1 was renamed to L2000, model L45 was renamed to L2500, model L57 was renamed to L3000, model L2 was renamed to L4000, model L5 was renamed to L5000 and the model N56 was renamed to L8500. This nomenclature has been used for more than 20 years, until 1954.

1926-1932. Mercedes-Benz L1, L2 and L5 trucks.

1st generation, with the 4 cylinder engines (1926-1929):

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower Truck

weight

Payload
1926-1928 Typ 31

Typ 41

L1 (Lastwagen 1½ Tonnen)

N1 (Niederwagen 1½ Tonnen)

M 14 4-3680 45 HP 2.0 t 1.5 t
1926-1927 L2 (Lastwagen 2½ Tonnen)

N2 (Niederwagen 2½ Tonnen)

M 2 4-5750 55 HP 3.6-3.9 t 2.5 t
1926-1929 Typ 34 L5 (Lastwagen 5 Tonnen)

NJ5 (Niederwagen 5 Tonnen)

M 5 4-8140 70 HP 5.4 t 5 t

2nd generation, with the 6 cylinder engines (1927-1931):

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower Truck

weight

Payload
1927-1930 Typ 32

Typ 42

L1 (Lastwagen 1½ Tonnen)

N1 (Niederwagen 1½ Tonnen)

M 16 6-3920 50 HP 2.2-2.3 t 1.5-1.75 t
1928-1930 Typ 45

Typ 46

L45 (Lastwagen 2½ Tonnen)

N46 (Niederwagen 2½ Tonnen)

M 16 6-3920 55 HP 2.7 t 2.5 t
1927-1929 Typ 33

Typ 43

L2 (Lastwagen 3½Tonnen)

N2 (Niederwagen 3 Tonnen)

M 26 6-7070 70 HP 4.0 t 3.0-4.0 t
1928-1931 Typ 36 L5 (Lastwagen 5 Tonnen)

N5 (Niederwagen 5 Tonnen)

M 36

M 26

OM 5

6-7790

6-7070

6-8570

100 HP

70 HP

70 HP

5.9 t 5 t
1928-1930 Typ 56 N56 (Niederwagen 7 Tonnen) M 36

OM 5

6-7790

6-8570

100 HP

70 PS

7.0 t

7.2 t

7.0 t
1928-1930 Typ 56 N56 (Niederwagen 8½ Tonnen) M 36

OM 5

6-7790

6-8570

100 HP

70 PS

7.0 t

7.2 t

8.5 t

3rd generation (1930-1932):

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower Truck

weight

Payload
1930-1932 Typ L 32

Typ N 42

L 2000

Lo 2000

M 32 6-3920 55 HP 2.4 t 2.0 t
1930-1932 Typ L 45

Typ N 46

L 2500

Lo 2500

M 16 6-3920 60 HP 2.7 t 2.5 t
1930-1932 Typ L 57

Typ N 58

L 2750, L 3000, LZ 7000

Lo 3000

M 56 6-4160 70 HP 3.0 t 2.75, 3.0, 7.0 t

3.0 t

1930-1932 L 4000 M 36 6-7790 100 HP 4.1 t 3.5 - 4.0 t
1930-1932 Typ L 35 L 5000 M 36

OM 5S

6-7790

6-8570

110 HP

85 HP

5.9 t

6.1 t

5 t
1930-1933 Typ N 56 L 8500 (6x4) M 36

OM 5S

6-7790

6-8570

110 HP

85 HP

7.5 t

7.7 t

8.5 - 9 t

1928 Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicles lineup.

1931 Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicles lineup.

1927-1936. Mercedes-Benz L3/4 and L1000 "Express".

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower Truck

weight

Payload
1927-1928

1928-1929

1929-1930

W02

W02

Typ 38

L 3/4,

L 3/4

L 750

M 02

M 11

M 11

6-1988

6-2581

6-2581

38 HP

50 HP

50 HP

0.75 t

0.75 t

0.75 t

1929-1936 Typ "L1000" (37) L 1000 M 11 6-2581 50 HP 1.0 t

1932-1941. Mercedes-Benz light trucks with the small diesel engines.

1st generation (1932-1935):

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower Truck

weight

Payload
1932-1935 Typ L 60 Lo 2000, Lo 2500 M 60

OM 59

4-3770

4-3770

55 HP

55 HP

2.4 t, 2.6 t

2.6 t, 2.7 t

2.0 t, 2.5 t
1932-1935 Typ L 59 Lo 2750, Lo 3000 M 66

OM 65

4-4940

4-4940

65 HP

65 HP

3.0 t

3.2 t

2.75 t, 3.0 t
1932-1935 Typ L 64 Lo 3500 M 68

OM 67

6-7440

6-7440

95 HP

95 HP

3.7 t

3.9 t

3.5 t, 3.75 t

2nd generation (1935-1937):

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower Truck

weight

Payload
1935-1937 Typ L 60 Lo 2000, Lo 2500 M 60

OM 59

4-3770

4-3770

55 HP

55 HP

2.4 t, 2.6 t

2.6 t, 2.7 t

2.0 t, 2.5 t
1935-1937 Typ L 59 Lo 2750, Lo 3000 M 66/3

OM 65/3

4-4940

4-4940

70 HP

70 HP

3.0 t

3.2 t

2.75 t, 3.0 t
1935-1937 Typ L 64 Lo 3750 M 68

OM 67/3

6-7440

6-7270

95 HP

100 HP

4.0 t

4.2 t

3.75 t

3rd generation (1937-1941):

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower Truck

weight

Payload
1937-1940 Typ L 60 L 2000, L 2500 M60/1

OM 59/1

4-4560

4-4560

60 HP

60 HP

2.5 t, 2.7 t

2.5 t, 2.7 t

2.0, 2.5 t
1937-1940 Typ L 59 L 3000 M 66/3

OM 65/3

4-4940

4-4940

70 HP

70 HP

2.8 t

3.0 t

3.0 t
1937-1941 Typ L 64 L 3750 M 68

OM 67/3

6-7440

6-7270

95 HP

100 HP

4.0 t

4.2 t

3.75 t

1932-1938. Mercedes-Benz semitrailer tractors.

Mercedes-Benz semitrailer tractor family was developed from Mercedes-Benz Lo2000-Lo3750 trucks.

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower Truck

weight

Payload
1934-1937 Typ L 60 LZ 4000 M 60

OM 59

4-3770

4-3770

55 HP

55 HP

2.4 t

2.6 t

4 t
1932-1938 Typ L 59 LZ 6000 M 66

OM 65

4-4940

4-4940

65 HP

65 HP

2.8 t

3.0 t

6 t
1932-1935

1935-1938

Typ L 64 LZ 8000

LZ10000

OM 67

OM 67/3

6-7440

6-7413

95 HP

100 HP

3.4 t

3.8 t

8 t

10 t

1932-1936. Mercedes-Benz 5 ton truck.

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower Truck

weight

Payload
1932-1934 Typ L 35 L 5000 M 76

OM 77

6-9450

6-9450

110 HP

110 HP

5.8 t 5 t
1934-1936 Typ L 35 L 5000 M 78

OM 79

6-10280

6-10280

120 HP

120 HP

5.9 t 5 t

1934-1939. Heavy-duty Mercedes-Benz 6.5, 8.5 and 10 t trucks.

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower Truck

weight

Payload
1935-1938

1935-1939

1938-1940

Typ L 54 L 6500 (4x2) OM 79

OM 54

OM 57

6-10280

6-12520

6-11200

120 HP

150 HP

150 HP

6.5 t

6.9 t

7.0 t

6.5 t
1932-1934 Typ N 56 L 8500 (6x4) M 78

OM 79

6-10280

6-10280

120 HP

120 HP

7.5 t

7.7 t

8.5 t
1934-1936 Typ N 56 L 8500 (6x4) OM 54 6-12520 150 HP 8.0 t 8.5 t
1935-1938

1938-1939

Typ N 56 L 10000 (6x4) OM 54

OM 57

6-12520

6-11200

150 HP

150 HP

8.5 t

8.6 t

10 t

1934-1944. Mercedes-Benz off-road LG and LR trucks.

LG means Lastwagen Gelandewagen (off-road truck). LR means Lastwagen Raupenfahrzeug (caterpillar truck).

Mercedes-Benz LG65/2 and LG65/4 were experimental models.

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower Truck

weight

Payload
1934-1935 Typ LG 65/2 LG 2000 OM 67 6-7440 95 HP 2.0-2.6 t
1936-1939 Typ LG 65/3 LG 2500 (6x6) OM 67 6-7440 95 HP 2.3-2.5 t
1934-1935 Typ LG 65/4 LG 3000 (8x8) OM 65 4-4940 65 HP 3.3-4.3 t
1935-1938 Typ LG 63 LG 3000 (6x4) OM 67 6-7440 95 HP 5.7 t 2.0-3.0 t
1937-1939 Typ LG 68 LG 4000 OM 67 6-7440 95 HP 6.6 t 2.7-3.7 t
1936-1939 Typ LR 75 LR 75 M 142 6-3208 65 HP 2.1 t 0.8 t
1943-1944 Typ LR 303 L 4500 R Maultier OM 67/4 6-7270 112 HP 7.7 t 4.5 t

1936-1941. Mercedes-Benz light-duty L1100, L1500 and L2000 trucks.

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower Truck

weight

Payload
1936-1941 Typ L 70 L 1100 OM 138

M 143

4-2545

6-2240

45 HP

45 HP

1.6 t

1.5 t

1.1 t
1937-1941 Typ L 70 L 1500 OM 138

M 143

M 159

4-2545

6-2240

6-2594

45 HP

45 HP

60 HP

1.6 t

1.5 t

1.5 t

1.5 t
1937-1940 Typ L 81 L 2000 l (light) M 142 4-3210 65 HP 2.0 t 2.0 t

1938 Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicles lineup.

1939-1944. Mercedes-Benz L1500, L3000 and L4500 trucks.

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower Truck

weight

Payload
1941-1944 Typ L 301 L 1500 A/S M 159 6-2594 60 HP 2.2 - 2.5 t 1.4 - 1.7 t
1938-1939

1939-1944

Typ L 66 LGF 3000,

L 3000 A/S

OM 65/3

OM 65/4

4-4850

4-4850

70 HP

75 HP

3.6 t

4.0 t

2.6 - 3.1 t
1939-1944 Typ L 303 L 4500 A/S OM 67/4 6-7270 112 HP 5.3 t 4.5 t

1945-1960[edit]

The chart of Mercedes-Benz truck models (including the internal designations), 1945-1970. Horizontally: years of production Vertically: payload in tons (approximately) Grey boxes: L4500/L5000 family, White boxes: L3500/L4500 family, Dark-grey boxes: L6600 family, Green boxes: Kurzhauber (light) family, Blue boxes: Kurzhauber (heavy) family, Pink boxes: Kubische kabine (light) family, Purple boxes: Kubische kabine (medium) family.

1945-1961. Post-war development of the pre-war L4500 truck and the new 5 – 7 tons trucks.

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower GVW Payload
1945-1948 303 L 4500 OM 67/4 6-7270 112 HP 10.5 t 4.5 t
1948-1952 303 L 5000 OM 67/4 6-7270 112 HP 10.5 t 5.0 t
1952-1953 303 L 5500 OM 67/8 6-7270 120 HP 11 t 5.5 t
1953-1957 325 L 5500 / L 325 OM 325 6-7270 125 HP 11.3-12 t 5.9-6.6 t
1957-1961 330 L 330 (export) OM 315 6-8280 125 HP 12-13 t 6.6-7.6 t

1949-1961. First post new war truck series: light and medium-duty L3500/L4500 family (3 5 t).

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower GVW Payload
1949-1950 311 L 3250 OM 312 6-4580 90 HP 6.5 t 3.25 t
1950-1961 311 L/LP 3500 / L/LP 311 OM 312 6-4580 90-100 HP 6.7 t 3.5 t
1953-1961 312 L/LP 4500 / L/LP 312 OM 312 6-4580 90-100 HP 8.5 t 4.5 t
1957-1959 321 L/LP 321 OM 321 6-5100 110 HP 9.3 t 5.2-5.4 t

1950-1962. Heavy-duty L6600 family (6 12 t).

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower GVW Payload
1950-1958 304 L 6600 / L/LP 315 OM 315 6-8280 145 HP 12.6 t 6.6 t
1957-1958 326 L/LP 326 OM 326 6-10810 192-200 HP 16 t 8.6 t
1956-1957

1957-1962

329 L/LP 329 OM 315

OM 326

6-8280

6-10810

145 HP

172 HP

12 t 6.5 t
1957-1959 331 L/LP 331 (export) OM 326 6-10810 150-172 HP 15 t 8 t
1958-1962 332 L/LP 332 (export) OM 326 6-10810 172 HP 17.5 t 11 t
1958-1962 334 L/LP 334 (export) OM 326 6-10810 192-200 HP 19 t 12 t

The nomenclature: In 1954 the old four-digit model series designation (indicated the payload in kilograms), was replaced by a three-digit model series designation, which basically corresponded to Mercedes-Benz internal model designations (in-house design codes). This nomenclature have been used for almost 10 years, from 1954 till 1963.

A cab-over-engine versions of most of the trucks were also available from 1954. For example, LP4500 (1954) and LP315 (1955). However, there was the only model, which existed in cab-over-engine version only, LP333 "The millipede".

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower GVW Payload
1958-1961 333 LP 333 OM 326 6-10810 200 HP 16 t

20 t

22.5 t

9.2 t

12.5 t

14.7 t

1960s[edit]

1959-1988. Medium-duty trucks "Kurzhauber" with a short hood (714 t).

The cab-over-engine versions (LP) of most of the trucks were also available.

1st generation (OM312, OM321, OM322 engines), 1959-1963:

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower GVW Payload
1961-1963 323 L/LP 323 OM 312 6-4580 100 HP 7.5 t 4 t
1961-1962

1962-1963

328 L/LP 328 OM 312

OM 321

6-4580

6-5104

100 HP

110 HP

9 t 5 t
1959-1962

1962-1963

322 L/LP 322 OM 321

OM 322

6-5104

6-5675

110 HP

126 HP

10.5t 6.5 t
1959-1962

1962-1963

327 L/LP 327 OM 321

OM 322

6-5104

6-5675

110 HP

126HP

12 t

14 t

7.5 t

9 t

2nd generation (OM352 engine), 1963-1970:

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower GVW Payload
1963-1970 323 L/LP 710 OM 352 6-5675 100 HP 7.5 t 4 t
1963-1969 328 L/LP 911 OM 352 6-5675 110 HP 9 t 5 t
1963-1969 322 L/LP 1113 OM 352 6-5675 126 HP 10.5t 6.5 t
1963-1969 327 L/LP 1413 OM 352 6-5675 126 HP 14 t 9 t

The nomenclature: In 1963 for simplification a new index system was introduced: a four-digit model series designation, where the first one or two first digits indicate the rounded GVW in tones, and the last two figures - the engine power to tens of horsepower. This index system is in use until now.

3rd generation (OM352 and OM 360 engines), 1967-1988:

LP versions - see below.

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower GVW Payload
1968-1988 353 L 911 B OM 352 6-5675 110 HP 9 t 5 t
1968-1988 358 L 1113 B OM 352 6-5675 130 HP 11 t 7 t
1967-1984

1969-1977

352 L 1313

L 1813 (6x4)

OM 352 6-5675 130 HP 13 t

18 t

8.5 t

?

1969-1988

1970-1971

1970-1976

1969-1971

1971-1976

360 L 1513

L 1517

L 1519

L 1817 (6x4)

L 1819 (6x4)

OM 352

OM 360

OM 360

OM 360

OM 360

6-5675

6-8720

6-8720

6-8720

6-8720

130 HP

170 HP

192 HP

170 HP

170 HP

14.8 t

14.8 t

14.8 t

18 t

18 t

9.5 t

9.5 t

9.5 t

?

?

1959-1988. Heavy-duty trucks "Kurzhauber" with the longer hood (1426 t).

The cab-over-engine versions (LP) of most of the trucks were also available.

1st generation (OM326 engine), 1959-1963:

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower GVW Payload
1959-1960 337 L/LP 337 OM 326 6-10810 172 HP 12 t 7 t
1960-1963 338 L/LP 338 OM 326 6-10810 180 HP 13.5 t 8 t
1962-1963 339 LA 329 B OM 326 6-10810 180 HP 14.8t
1962-1962 348 L 332 B OM 326 6-10810 180 HP 19 t 11.5 t
1963-1963 349 L 332 C OM 326 6-10810 180 HP 19 t 11.5 t
1963-1963 349 L 331 B OM 326 6-10810 180 HP 16.5 t 9 t
1960-1963 335 L/LP 334 B OM 326 6-10810 192-200 HP 16 t 9 t
1962-1963 336 L/LP 334 C OM 326 6-10810 192-200 HP 19 t 12 t

2nd generation (OM346 engine), 1963-1970:

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower GVW Payload
1963-1968 338 L/LP 1418 OM 346 6-10810 180 HP 14 t 8 t
1963-1968 339 LA 1518 (LA 329 B) OM 346 6-10810 180 HP 14.8 t
1963-1970 349 L 1618 (L 331 B) OM 346 6-10810 180 HP 16.5 t 9 t
1963-1969 349 L 1918 (L 332 C) OM 346 6-10810 180 HP 19 t 11.5 t
1963-1967 335 L/LP 1620 (L/LP 334 B) OM 346 6-10810 210 HP 16 t 9 t
1963-1970 336 L/LP 1920 (L/LP 334 C) OM 346 6-10810 210 HP 19 t 12 t
1964-1968 343 L 2220 (6x4)

L 2620 (6x4)

OM 346

OM 346

6-10810

6-10810

210 HP

210 HP

22 t

26 t

11 t

15 t

3rd generation (OM355 engine), 1967-1988:

LP versions - see below.

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower GVW Payload
1967-1970 335 L 1623 OM 355 6-11580 230 HP 16 t 8.5 t
1967-1970 336 L 1923 OM 355 6-11580 230 HP 19 t 11.5 t
1969-1975

1969-1982

1981-1988

1978-1988

346 L 1624

L 1924

L 1924 (export)

L 1928 (export)

OM 355 6-11580 240 HP

240 HP

240 HP

280 HP

16 t

19 t

19 t

19 t

8.5 t

11.5 t

11 t

11 t

1967-1969

1969-1983

343 L 2623

L 2624

OM 355 6-11580 230 HP

240 HP

26 t 15 t
1969-1979

1969-1979

349 L 1621

L 1921

OM 355 6-11580 210 HP

210 HP

16.5 t

19 t

9 t

11.5 t

1965-1984. The cab-over-engine light range of the trucks with a "cubic" driver's cab (6 – 11 tons).

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower GVW Payload
1965-1977

1977-1983

314 LP 608,

LP 709

OM 314 4-3780 80-85 PS

80-85 PS

5.99 t

6.5 t

3 t

3.5 t

1967-1977

1977-1983

316 LP 808

LP 809

OM 314 4-3780 80-85 PS

80-85 PS

7.5 t

8 t

4.5 t

5 t

1970-1973

1973-1984

1975-1984

1976-1984

1979-1984

318 LP 811

LP 813

LP 913

LP 1013

LP 1113

OM 352 6-5375 110 HP

130 HP

130 HP

130 HP

130 HP

8 t

8 t

9 t

10 t

11 t

4-4.5 t

4-4.5 t

5-5.5 t

6.5 t

7.5 t

1965-1976. The cab-over-engine medium range of the trucks with a "cubic" driver's cab (8 '''''–''''' 15 tons).

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower GVW Payload
1965-1968

1968-1976

353 LP 810

LP 911 B

OM 352

OM 352

6-5675

6-5675

100 HP

110 HP

8 t

9 t

4 t

5 t

1965-1968

1968-1976

358 LP 1013

LP 1113 B

OM 352

OM 352

6-5675

6-5675

126 HP

130 HP

10.5 t

11 t

6 t

7 t

1965-1967

1966-1967

1967-1976

1967-1971

1970-1976

352 LP 1213

LP 1216

LP 1313

LP 1317

LP 1319

OM 352

OM 327

OM 352

OM 327

OM 360

6-5675

6-7980

6-5675

6-7980

6-8720

126 HP

160 HP

130 HP

170 HP

192 HP

12 t

12.5 t

13 t

13 t

13 t

7.5 t

8 t

8 t

8 t

8 t

1965-1976

1972-1976

354 LP 1418

LP 1424

OM 346

OM 355

6-10810

6-11580

185 HP

240 HP

14.5 t

14.8 t

8 t

8 t

1967-1976

1967-1971

1970-1976

360 LP 1513

LP 1517

LP 1519

OM 352

OM 327

OM 360

6-5675

6-7980

6-8720

130 HP

170 HP

192 HP

14.8 t

14.8 t

14.8 t

9.5 t

9.5 t

9.5 t

1963-1977. The cab-over-engine heavy range trucks with a "cubic" driver's cab (15-22 tons).

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine N cylinders-

volume

Horsepower GVW Payload
1963-1967

1967-1969

1969-1974

335 LP 1620

LP 1623

LP 1624

OM 346

OM 355

OM 355

6-10810

6-11580

6-11580

210 HP

230 HP

240 HP

16 t

16 t

16 t

9 t

9 t

9 t

1963-1967

1967-1969

1969-1974

336 LP 1920

LP 1923

LP 1924

OM 346

OM 355

OM 355

6-10810

6-11580

6-11580

210 HP

230 HP

240 HP

19 t

19 t

19 t

12 t

12 t

12 t

1970-1971

1971-1976

1972-1977

355 LP 1617

LP 1619 B

LP 2219 (6x4)

OM 360

OM 360

OM 360

6-8720

6-8720

6-8720

170 HP

192 HP

192 HP

16 t

16 t

22 t

10 t

10 t ?

1970-1974

1970-1974

1972-1974

1971-1974

1971-1975

363 LP 1626

LP 1632

LP 1926

LP 1932

LPS 2032 (6x2)

OM 402

OM 403

OM 403

OM 403

OM 403

8-12760

10-15950

10-15950

10-15950

10-15950

256 HP

320 HP

320 HP

320 HP

320 HP

16 t

16 t

19 t

20 t

20 t

8 t

8 t ?

?

?

1966-1967

1967-1969

1969-1974

366 LPS 2020 (6x2)

LPS 2023 (6x2)

LPS 2024 (6x2)

OM 346

OM 355

OM 355

6-10810

6-11850

6-11850

210 HP

230 HP

240 HP

20 t

20 t

20 t

1968-1970 370 LP 1619 OM 360 6-10810 192 HP 16 t 9 t
1967-1970

1969-1974

355

355

LP 2223 (6x2)

LP 2224 (6x2)

OM 355

OM 355

6-11850

6-11850

230 HP

240 HP

22 t

22 t

13 t

13 t

1967-1970

1969-1974

361

361

LP 2223 (6x4)

LP 2224 (6x4)

OM 355

OM 355

6-11850

6-11850

230 HP

240 HP

22 t

22 t

13 t

13 t

1972-1974

1971-1974

363

363

LP 2226 (6x2, 6x4)

LP 2232 (6x2, 6x4)

OM 402

OM 403

8-12760

10-15950

256 HP

320 HP

22 t

22 t

12.5 t

12.5 t

1970-1980s[edit]

1974-1988. Neue Generation, NG (10-26 tons).

1st generation (NG74):

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine Horsepower GVW
1974-1984 380 1013, 1017, 1019 OM 352, OM 401 130-190 HP 10 t
1974-1984 381 1213, 1217, 1219 OM 352, OM 401 130-190 HP 12 t
1974-1984 383 1413, 1417, 1419, 1424 OM 352, OM 401, OM 402 130-240 HP 14 t
1974-1984 385 1613, 1617, 1619, 1624

2219, 2224

OM 352, OM 401, OM 402 130-240 HP 16 t

22 t

1974-1984 387 1626, 1632

1719, 1732

OM 401, OM 402 260-320 HP 16 t

17 t

1974-1984 389 1919, 1926, 1932 OM 401, OM 402 190-320 HP 19 t
1974-1984 391 2026 S, 2032 S OM 402, OM 403 260-320 HP 20 t
1974-1984 393 2226, 2232 OM 402, OM 403 260-320 HP 22 t
1974-1984 395 2626, 2632 OM 402, OM 403 260-320 HP 26 t

2nd and 3rd generations (NG80, 1980-1985 and NG85, 1985-1988):

Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Sales

designations

Engine Horsepower GVW
1980-1988 615 1214, 1217, 1220, 1222, 1225 OM 362, OM 366

OM 421, OM 442

140-250 HP 12 t
1980-1988 616 1414, 1417, 1419, 1420, 1422, 1425 OM 362, OM 366

OM 421, OM 442

140-250 HP 14 t
1980-1988 617 1614, 1617, 1619, 1620, 1622, 1625 OM 362, OM 366

OM 421, OM 442

140-250 HP 16 t
1980-1988 619 2219, 2220, 2222, 2225 OM 362, OM 366

OM 421, OM 442

190-250 HP 22 t
1980-1988 620 1628, 1633, 1635, 1636, 1638, 1644 OM 421, OM 422, OM 423, OM 441, OM 442, OM 443 280-440 HP 16 t
1980-1988 621 1922, 1928, 1933, 1936, 1938 OM 421, OM 422, OM 423, OM 441, OM 442, OM 443 220-380 HP 19 t
1980-1988 622 2028 LS, 2033 LS, 2036 LS OM 422 280-360 HP 20 t
1980-1988 623 2228, 2233, 2236, 2238

2628, 2636, 2638

3028, 3033, 3036, 3038

3333

OM 422 280-330 HP 22 t

26 t

30 t

33 t

1980-1988 624 2628, 2633, 2636, 2638

3328, 3333, 3336

OM 422 280-360 HP 26 t

33 t

1980-1988 625 3850 500 HP 38 t

1990s[edit]

2000s[edit]

Mercedes-Benz Arocs 6x6
Years Internal

designations

(BM)

Internal

series code

Sales

designations

Engine
900 310 CDI, 510 CDI M651 D22
1995-2006 901 T1N Sprinter 2… M 111, OM 601, OM 602, OM 611
1995-2006 902 T1N Sprinter 2… M 111, OM 601, OM 602, OM 611, OM 612
1995-2006 903 T1N Sprinter 3… M 111, OM 601, OM 602, OM 611, OM 612
1995-2006 904 T1N Sprinter 4… M 111, OM 601, OM 602, OM 611, OM 612
1995-2006 905 T1N Sprinter 6… OM 612
2007- 906 NCV3 Sprinter II M 271, M 272, OM 642, OM 646, OM 651
2013- 909 T1N Sprinter (Russland) OM 646
2002-2011 930 SKN Actros "MP2, MP3", rigid OM 501, OM 502
2002-2011 932 SKN Actros "MP2, MP3", dumper (K) OM 501, OM 502
2002-2011 933 SKN Actros "MP2, MP3", concrete mixer (B) OM 501, OM 502
2002-2011 934 SKN Actros "MP2, MP3", tractor (S, LS) OM 501, OM 502
2001-2013 940 SKN-C

SKN-R

Axor, rigid OM 457
2001-2013 942 SKN-C

SKN-R

Axor, dumper (K) OM 457
2001-2013 943 SKN-C

SKN-R

Axor, concrete mixer (B) OM 457
2001-2013 944 SKN-C

SKN-R

Axor, tractor (S, LS) OM 457
2009- 949 Zetros OM 926
1996-2002 950 SKN

SKN-R

SKN-C

Actros, rigid

Atego, rigid

Axor, rigid

OM 501, OM 502, OM 906, OM 926
1996-2002 952 SKN

SKN-R

SKN-C

Actros, dumper (K)

Atego, dumper (K)

Axor, dumper (K)

OM 501, OM 502, OM 906, OM 926
1996-2002 953 SKN

SKN-R

SKN-C

Actros, concrete mixer (B)

Atego, concrete mixer (B)

Axor, concrete mixer (B)

OM 501, OM 502, OM 906, OM 926
1996-2002 954 SKN

SKN-R

SKN-C

Actros, tractor (S, LS)

Atego, tractor (S, LS)

Axor, tractor (S, LS)

OM 501, OM 502, OM 906, OM 926
2013- 956 Econic (II) OM 936
1998-2013 957 Econic OM 906, OM 926
958 Atego, Axor (Brazil) OM 457, OM 904, OM 924
2011- 963 Actros ("new"), Antos OM 470, OM 471, OM 473, OM 936
2012- 964 Arocs OM 470, OM 471, OM 473, OM 936
2013- 967 Atego OM 934, OM 936
1998-2013 970 LKN Atego, rigid OM 904, OM 906, OM 924, OM 926
1998-2013 972 LKN Atego, dumper (K) OM 904, OM 906, OM 924, OM 926
1998-2013 974 LKN Atego, tractor (S, LS) OM 906, OM 924
1998-2013 975 LKN Atego, for municipal purposes (KO) OM 904, OM 906, OM 924, OM 926
1998-2013 976 LKN Atego, fire truck (F, AF) OM 904, OM 906, OM 924, OM 926
2003- 979 Accelo (Brazil) OM 364, OM 612, OM 924, OM 924

Mercedes-Benz internal model designations (in-house design codes) were always more or less just consecutively allocated design codes devoid of any deeper meaning. For the passenger cars they are so-called W-numbers, from German word Wagen (=car). For example, W202 is C-class, W220 is S-class etc. This system started in 1926 and the numbers are consecutive continued till now. From 70-ies letter W is used for saloons, while the other letters have been add for the different body types (f.e. W212 is E-class saloon, V212 is E-class limousine, S212 is E-class estate etc.). For the commercial vehicles for early decades letter L was used instead of letter W (German word Lastwagen means a truck). From 50-ies letter L was omitted, resulting in just 3 numbers code. Sometimes word Baumuster (model) or Baureihe (model line) was used, like Baumuster 352 (or in short BM352) or Baureihe 352 (in short BR.352). So, basically, with or without a letter(s) in front, there is unique 3-number code, which determine every Mercedes-Benz car. As for the trucks, 300-i.e. numbers were used till 80s to code Mercedes commercial vehicles, 600-i.e. numbers were used in 80s and 90s, and 900-i.e. numbers have been used from the introduction of Sprinter (1995) and Actros (1996).

In 2011 the internal model designations system was a little bit reorganized:

  1. Division.
    • 9: Commercial vehicle
  2. Generation
    • 6: Actros/Antos/Arocs/Atego
    • 56: Econic
  3. Project
    • 3: Actros/Antos On-road
    • 4: Arocs Off-road
    • 7: Atego
  4. Kind of vehicle
    • 0: Rigid
    • 2: Dumper
    • 3: Concrete mixer
    • Tractor
  5. Axle configuration/tonnage/rear suspension

For example: 963403 means Commercial Actros/Antos concrete mixer On-road vehicle, 4x2 18t

Mercedes-Benz Latin-America trucks[edit]

Years Internal designations (BM) Sales designations Engine
1956- 312

321

L312

LP321

1967- LP 1520
1964-1990 OM 352, OM 355, OM 366
341 L911, L914

L 1112, L 1114

344 L 1113, L 1114, L 1116, L 1118
345 L 1313, L 1314, L 1316, L 1317, L 1318

L 1418

L 1513, L 1514, L 1516, L 1517, L 1518, L 1519, L 1520

L 2013, L 2014, L 2017

L 2121

L 2213, L 2214, L 2216, L 2217, L 2219, L 2220, L 2221, L 2225

350 LS 1924, LS 1929, LS 1930, LS 1932, LS 1933, LS 1934
351 L 1514, L 1517, L 1518, L 1519, L 1520, L 1521, L 1526
376 (MBTC-USA) L 1013,

L 1113, L 1116, L 1117

L 1316, L 1317, L 1319

L 1418

1989-2012 OM 366

OM 447, OM 449, OM 457

OM 904, OM 924

384 L 1214, L 1215, L 1218

L 1414, L 1418

386 L 1614, L 1614, L 1618, L 1620, L 1621, L 1622

L 1714, L 1718, L 1721

L 2314, L 2318, L 2414, L 2418

L 1625, L 1633, L 1725, L 2325, L 2425

388 L 1929, L 1935, L 1938, L 1945, L 2635
392 L 1215
394 L 1619
685 L 1114

L 1215, L 1217, L 1218

L 1314, L1317

L 1417, L 1418, L 1419

L 1517, L 1521

L 1617, L 1618, L 1619, L 1621

L 2121

L 2221

694 L 1218

L 1318, L 1319

L 1418

695 L 1620, L 1622, L

1624, L 1632, L 1634

696 L 1938

L 2638

1991- OM 366

OM 457

OM 904, OM 906, OM 924

682 1214, 1215, 1218

1414, 1418

1714, 1715, 1718, 1721, 1722S

2414, 2418

693 1214C, 1215C, 1318, 1518, 1418R, 1420, 1618M, 1718, 1719, 1720, 1723, 1723S, 1728, 1938, 1938S, 1944S, 2423, 2428, 2726
2003- 979 Accelo 710, 715, 815, 915, 1016

Mercedes-Benz models by type code[edit]

Mercedes-Benz bus (Mercedes-Benz OC 500 LE with MCV Evolution body)

W01 1926 typ 140 (prototype)

W02 1926-1936 Stuttgart 200, L3/4

W03 1926-1927 typ 300

W04 1927-1928 typ 300, typ 320

W05 1928-1929 typ 350

W06 1926-1934 S, SS, SSK, SSKL

W07 1930-1938 typ 770 "Grosser"

W08 1928-1939 Nuerburg 460, Nuerburg 500

W09 1928-1931 typ 350, G3

W10 1929-1935 Mannheim 350, Mannheim 370, Mannheim 380, G3a

W11 1929-1934 Stuttgart 260

W12 1930 Mannheim 370 K

W13 1930 Mannheim 370 S

W14 1928 typ 130 (prototype)

W15 1931-1936 typ 170, L300

W16 1932 typ 270

W17 1931 typ 120 (prototype, rearmotor)

W18 1933-1937 typ 290

W18 III 1934 typ 290 Kübelwagen I

W19 1932-1933 typ 380 S

W20 1932-1933 typ 380 S

W21 1933-1937 typ 200, typ 230

W22 1933-1934 typ 380

W23 1934-1936 typ 130 (rearmotor)

W24 1936, 1943 typ 540 K

W25 1934-1936 W25 Silver Arrow

W25D 1933 typ 175 (prototype)

W27 1935 Mannheim 390, Mannheim 400

W28 1936-1939 typ 170 H

W29 1934-1939 typ 500 K, typ 540 K

W30 1935-1936 typ 150 (rearmotor)

W31 1934-1939 typ G4

W34 1934 typ 150 (rearmotor)

W37 1929-1936 L1000 (Stuttgart 260 based)

W100 1963-1981 600

W103 1926-1928 G1, G2

W104 1928 G2

W105 1956-1959 219

W107 1971-1989 280 SL – 560 SLC

W108 1965-1972 250 S – 280 SEL

W109 1965-1972 300 SEL

W110 1961-1968 190, 200, 230

W111 1959-1971 220, 250, 280 /S/SE

W112 1961-1967 300 SE

W113 1963-1971 230 SL, 250 SL, 280 SL

W114 1968-1976 230.6, 250, 250C, 280, 280E, 280C, 280CE

W115 1968-1976 200, 200D, 220, 220D, 230, 240D, 240D 3.0, 300D

W116 1972-1980 280 S – 450 SEL

W117 2013- CLA

W118 1960 prototype

W119 1960 prototype

W120 1953-1962 180, 180D

W121 1956-1961 190, 190D

R121 1955-1963 190 SL

W122 1956 prototype

W123 1976-1985 200, 230, 230E, 250, 280E, 300D

W125 1936-1938 W125 Silver Arrow

W124 1985-1996 200 – 500E

W126 1979-1993 260SE - 560SEL

W127 1955 190 SL (prototype)

W128 1958-1960 220 SE

R129 1989-2001 280 SL – 600 SL

W129 1939-1940 typ 540 K, 580 K

W130 1935 typ 150 (rearmotor)

W131 1934 G 4

W132 1934-1935 typ 240

W132 II 1935 typ 250

W133 1935 typ 160 H

W133 II 1935 typ 160 HM

W133 III 1935 typ 170 VG Kuebelsitzer 4x4

W134 1934 typ 175 D (prototype)

W134 I 1935 typ 190 D (prototype)

W135 1936-1937 typ 290 Kübelwagen II

W136 1936-1942 typ 170 V

W137 1930-1936 L1000 (Stuttgart 260 based)

W138 1936-1940 typ 260 D

W139 1936 typ 170 VL Kuebelsitzer 4x4, 160 VL

W140 1991-1998 300 SE – 600 SEL

W140 I 1935 typ 240 S

W141 1935-1936 typ 175 DX (prototype)

W142 1937-1942 typ 320, 320 WK, 340 WK

W143 1937-1941 typ 230

W144 1936-1937 typ 130 V (Roehr prototype)

W145 1936-1937 typ 190 V (Roehr prototype)

W146 1936-1937 typ 260 V (Roehr prototype)

W147 1938 typ 400 V (Roehr prototype)

W148 1941-1942 typ 600 V

W149 1938-1939 typ 200 V Sportwagen

W150 1938-1943 typ 770 "Grosser"

W152 1937-1940 G5

W153 1938-1943 typ 230, typ 340

W154 1938-1939 W154 Silver Arrow

W156 coming soon GLA

W157 1941-1942 typ 600 K

W158 1938-1942 typ 170 VX (prototype)

W159 1941-1942 typ 260 (prototype)

W160 1938 typ 400 VM (Roehr prototype)

W161 1938 typ 400 VMS (Roehr prototype)

W163 1997-2005 ML

W164 2005-2011 ML

X164 2006-2012 GL

W164 1939 typ 150 BX (prototype)

W165 1939 W165 Silver Arrow

W166 2011- ML

X166 2012- GL

W166 1939 typ 290 D (prototype)

W168 1943 typ 290 D (prototype)

W168 1997-2004 A

W169 2004-2012 A

R170 1996-2004 SLK

R171 2004-2011 SLK

R172 2011- SLK

R197 2009-2014 SLS AMG Roadster

W173 1942 typ 650 (prototype)

W176 2012- A

W177 coming soon SLM

W179 1942-1944 G6

W180 1984-1959 220 /S

W185 1939 typ 120 FX (prototype)

W186 1951-1957 300

W187 1951-1955 220

W188 1951-1958 300 S

W189 1957-1962 300

C190 2014- AMG GT

W191 1952-1953 170 S, 170 DS

W194 1952-1953 300 SL

W195 1937 W125 Rekordwagen

W196 1954-1955 W196 Formula 1

W196S 1955 300 SLR

C197 2009-2014 SLS AMG

W198 1954-1963 300SL

C199 2003-2010 SLR

W201 1982-1993 190

W202 1993-2000 C

W203 2001-2007 C

CL203 2008-2011 CLC

W204 2007- C

X204 2008- GLK

W205 2014- C-class 4

C207 2009- E coupe

C208 1996-2003 CLK

C209 2003-2009 CLK

W210 1995-2003 E

W211 2002-2009 E

W212 2009- E

C215 1999-2006 CL

C216 2006- CL

C218 2010- CLS Coupé

X218 2010- CLS Shooting Brake

C219 2004-2010 CLS

W220 1998-2005 S

W221 2005-2013 S

W222 2013- S

R230 2001-2011 SL

R231 2011- SL

W240 2002-2013 Maybach

W245 2005-2011 B

W246 2011- B

W251 2005- R

W252 coming soon R

C297 1997 CLK-GTR

303 L 4500, L 5000, L 5500

304 L 6600

309 1967-1986 T2 (old)

310 1967-1986 T2 (old)

311 L 3500

312 L 4500

313 1967-1986 T2 (old)

315

319 1956-1968 L319 / L319D

321 L911

322 L1113

323 L710

325

326

327 L1413

328 L911

329 L1518

331

332

333

334

335 L1620

336 L1920

337

338 L1418

346 L1624, L1924

349 L1618

366 L2023

401 1953-1956 Unimog U25

402 1953-1956 Unimog U25

403 1966-1988 Unimog U54, U66, U72, U800

404 1956-1980 Unimog U82, U110 (Unimog S)

405 2000- Unimog U300, U400, U500

406 1963-1986 Unimog U65, U70, U80, U84, U900

407 1988-1993 Unimog U600, U650

408 1992-2001 Unimog U90, U100

409 1996-1998 Unimog UX100

411 1956-1971 Unimog U34, U36

413 1969-1988 Unimog U80, U800

414 2002-2005 Vaneo

415 2012- Citan

416 1965-1989 Unimog U80, U90, U100, U110, U125, U1100

417 1988-1993 Unimog U 800, U900, U1100, U1150

418 1992-1998 Unimog U110, U140

421 1966-1989 Unimog U40, U45, U52, U60, U600

424 1976-1989 Unimog U1000, U1200, U1250, U1550

425 1975-1990 Unimog U1300, U1500

427 1988-2002 Unimog U1000, U1200, U1250, U1400, U1450, U1600, U1650

435 1975-1990 Unimog U1300, U1700

437 1988-2002 Unimog U1350, U1550, U1700, U1750, U2100, U2150, U2400, U2450

437.4 2002- Unimog U3000, U4000, U5000

440 1973-1991 MB-Trac 65/70, 700, 800, 900

441 1982-1991 MB-Trac 1000

442 1976-1991 MB-Trac 1100

443 1976-1991 MB-Trac 1300, 1400, 1500, 1600, 1800

450 1998–2007 Smart Fortwo

451 2007– Smart Fortwo

452 2003-2005 Smart Roadster

454 2004-2006 Smart Forfour

460 1979-1991 G

461 1979- G

462 G

463 1990- G

601 1977-1985 T1

602 1977-1985 T1

611 1977-1985 T1

631 1981-1995 MB100

638 1996-2003 Vito

639 2003- Vito

661 1999-2004 MB140

667 1986-1996 T2 (new)

668 1986-1996 T2 (new)

669 1986-1996 T2 (new)

670 1986-1996 T2 (new)

670 1996- Vario

901 1995-2006 T1N Sprinter

902 1995-2006 T1N Sprinter

903 1995-2006 T1N Sprinter

904 1995-2006 T1N Sprinter

905 1995-2006 T1N Sprinter

906 2006- NCV3 Sprinter II

930-934 Actros MP2, MP3

944 Axor

950-954 Actros

949 Zetros

957 Econic

963 Actros MP4, Antos

970-976 Atego

US model names[edit]

Most model names in the last few decades in alphanumeric order (in the USA):[28]

  • Mercedes-Benz 190D
  • Mercedes-Benz 190E
  • Mercedes-Benz 240D
  • Mercedes-Benz 260E
  • Mercedes-Benz 300CD
  • Mercedes-Benz 300CE
  • Mercedes-Benz 300D
  • Mercedes-Benz 300E
  • Mercedes-Benz 300SD
  • Mercedes-Benz 300SDL
  • Mercedes-Benz 300SE
  • Mercedes-Benz 300SEL
  • Mercedes-Benz 300SL
  • Mercedes-Benz 300TD
  • Mercedes-Benz 300TE
  • Mercedes-Benz 350SD
  • Mercedes-Benz 350SDL
  • Mercedes-Benz 380SE
  • Mercedes-Benz 380SEC
  • Mercedes-Benz 380SEL
  • Mercedes-Benz 380SL
  • Mercedes-Benz 400E
  • Mercedes-Benz 400SE
  • Mercedes-Benz 400SEL
  • Mercedes-Benz 420SEL
  • Mercedes-Benz 500E
  • Mercedes-Benz 500SEC
  • Mercedes-Benz 500SEL
  • Mercedes-Benz 500SL
  • Mercedes-Benz 560SEC
  • Mercedes-Benz 560SEL
  • Mercedes-Benz 560SL
  • Mercedes-Benz 600SEC
  • Mercedes-Benz 600SEL
  • Mercedes-Benz 600SL
  • Mercedes-Benz C220
  • Mercedes-Benz C230
  • Mercedes-Benz C240
  • Mercedes-Benz C250
  • Mercedes-Benz C280
  • Mercedes-Benz C300
  • Mercedes-Benz C320
  • Mercedes-Benz C32 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz C350
  • Mercedes-Benz C36 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz C400
  • Mercedes-Benz C43 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz C55 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz CL500
  • Mercedes-Benz CL550
  • Mercedes-Benz CL55 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz CL600
  • Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz CL65 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz CLA250
  • Mercedes-Benz CLA45 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz CLK320
  • Mercedes-Benz CLK350
  • Mercedes-Benz CLK430
  • Mercedes-Benz CLK500
  • Mercedes-Benz CLK550
  • Mercedes-Benz CLK55 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz CLK63 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz CLS400
  • Mercedes-Benz CLS500
  • Mercedes-Benz CLS550
  • Mercedes-Benz CLS55 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG S
  • Mercedes-Benz E250
  • Mercedes-Benz E300
  • Mercedes-Benz E320
  • Mercedes-Benz E350
  • Mercedes-Benz E400
  • Mercedes-Benz E420
  • Mercedes-Benz E430
  • Mercedes-Benz E500
  • Mercedes-Benz E550
  • Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG S
  • Mercedes-Benz G500
  • Mercedes-Benz G550
  • Mercedes-Benz G55 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz GL320
  • Mercedes-Benz GL350
  • Mercedes-Benz GL450
  • Mercedes-Benz GL550
  • Mercedes-Benz GL63 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz GLA250
  • Mercedes-Benz GLA45 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz GLK250
  • Mercedes-Benz GLK350
  • Mercedes-Benz ML250
  • Mercedes-Benz ML320
  • Mercedes-Benz ML350
  • Mercedes-Benz ML400
  • Mercedes-Benz ML430
  • Mercedes-Benz ML450
  • Mercedes-Benz ML500
  • Mercedes-Benz ML550
  • Mercedes-Benz ML55 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz R320
  • Mercedes-Benz R350
  • Mercedes-Benz R500
  • Mercedes-Benz R63 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz S320
  • Mercedes-Benz S350
  • Mercedes-Benz S400
  • Mercedes-Benz S420
  • Mercedes-Benz S430
  • Mercedes-Benz S500
  • Mercedes-Benz S550
  • Mercedes-Benz S55 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz S600
  • Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz SL320
  • Mercedes-Benz SL400
  • Mercedes-Benz SL500
  • Mercedes-Benz SL550
  • Mercedes-Benz SL55 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz SL600
  • Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz SLK230
  • Mercedes-Benz SLK250
  • Mercedes-Benz SLK280
  • Mercedes-Benz SLK300
  • Mercedes-Benz SLK320
  • Mercedes-Benz SLK32 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz SLK350
  • Mercedes-Benz SLK55 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren
  • Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500
  • Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3500

Joint ventures or sub-brands[edit]

Maybach 62 shown here, an ultra-luxury brand launched by Mercedes-Benz in 1997.
Unimog U400

MB-combination vehicles (such as joint-ventures)

  • Mercedes-AMG (typically specialized AMG versions of MB vehicles)
    • Many AMG versions of MB Vehicles including equipment options
  • Maybach (ultra-luxury brand since 1997)
  • McLaren (produced joint venture supercar)
  • Smart (Damiler owned car brand)
  • BharatBenz (Indian sub-brand)

Corporate history and related businesses

Tuners[edit]

some examples

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  7. ^ a b c d eMercedesBenz Feature: The Supercharged Cars Of Mercedes-Benz In The 1920s And 1930s Posted August 19, 2008 At 10:20 AM CST by T. Philips
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  9. ^ Car and Driver Magazine - 2016 Mercedes-Benz Metris
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  12. ^ [10]
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  14. ^ [12]
  15. ^ http://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/news/mercedes-benz-tease-their-van-vision/
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  26. ^ "Mercedes-Benz: MB800". TrucksPlanet.com. Retrieved 2013-03-02. 
  27. ^ "Mercedes Arocs is the new force in construction---as previously mentioned by Biglorryblog!". Biglorryblog. 29 January 2013. Retrieved 29 January 2013. 
  28. ^ Michelin Tires - Tires for Mercedes Benz

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