Engine Mercedes M112 E24

The M112 is a family of V6 engines that were widely used in the 2000s. The first V6 engine ever built by Mercedes. Some time later, the Mercedes M113 V8 engine was designed on its basis. Like the M104 engine, the M112 could be installed on all model lines of rear-wheel drive Mercedes – from C- to S-class. The younger version M112 E24 was intended for models with index 240. The engine turned out to be very compact and lightweight. This was mainly achieved through the use of cylinder heads with one camshaft and three valves per cylinder (two intake and one outlet valves).

Specifications

Manufacturer Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt Plant
Also called M112
Production years 1997-2000
Cylinder block alloy aluminum
Fuel system injector
Configuration V
Number of cylinders 6
Valves per cylinder 3
Piston stroke, mm 73.5
Cylinder bore, mm 83.2
Compression ratio 10
Displacement, cc 2398
Power output, hp 170/5900
Torque output, Nm / rpm 225/3000
Fuel type 95
Euro standards Euro 3
Fuel consumption, L/100 km
— city
— highway
— combined
14.3
7.5
10.0
Oil consumption, gr/1000 km up to 800
Recommended engine oil 0W-30 / 0W-40 / 5W-30 / 5W-40 / 5W-50 / 10W-40 / 10W-50 / 15W-40 / 15W-50
Engine oil capacity, liter 8.0
Amount of engine oil for replacement, liter ~7.5
Oil change interval, km 7000-10000
Normal engine operating temperature, °C ~90
Engine lifespan, km
— official information
— real

300+

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