Engines of the Mercedes Benz E-Class

July 14, 2012 at 00:51

Every driver knows that engines play crucial roles in the cars, however, not all of them know how they work. Even though it is not so necessary to know every step, it may be quite useful in some situations. In addition, Mercedes if the largest auto concern in Europe, thus it has a great expertise in production of the engines. As we have gained some information about their new and updated engines for the Mercedes Benz E-class, we want to share it with our readers.

Photo of the Mercedes SL600 engine

Photo of the Mercedes SL600 engine

Many people ask themselves, how many Mercedes Benz engines are there all in all for the E-class cars. At the moment, a total of over than ten engine variants are present at the market. They include those with five-cylinder 2.5-liter diesel engine E-Class, a specialty that comes to the markets of Italy, Greece and Portugal.

Photo of the Mercedes diesel engine

Photo of the Mercedes diesel engine

From July 1998 Mercedes with the E-Class introduced two models of engines with direct injection: Mercedes E 200 CDI and Mercedes E 220 CDI, which replaced the Mercedes E 220. Since June 1999 both engines were produced with increased power units. In addition, they began to produce Mercedes E 270 CDI and Mercedes E 320 CDI, which in August 1999, replaced the Mercedes E 300 D.

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