Engine Mercedes M271 E18 ML/AL

The M271 E18 ML / AL engine is an in-line 4-cylinder petrol internal combustion engine with a displacement of 1796 cm3 that is the same for all modifications. The M271 E18 engine is distinguished by the method of injecting the air-fuel mixture into the cylinders: on the M271 modification, the mixture flows from the nozzles into the intake manifold to the intake valves, on the M271 E18 modification, the fuel is injected directly into the engine combustion chamber. Continue reading Engine Mercedes M271 E18 ML/AL

Engine Mercedes OM602

A series of diesel engines Mercedes OM 602 of 2.5 and 2.9 liters was assembled from 1985 to 2001 and installed on many popular models of the concern, such as W124, W201, W210 or W463. In addition to the pre-chamber versions of the engine, a modification with direct fuel injection was offered. Continue reading Engine Mercedes OM602

Engine Mercedes OM612

The Mercedes Benz OM612 engine is a 5-cylinder diesel engine with 2 overhead camshafts that drive 20 valves through pushrods. Compared to its predecessor OM604, it has 30% more power, 50% more torque and 10% less fuel consumption. An oxidation catalyst is used to clean the outlet gases. Continue reading Engine Mercedes OM612

Engine Mercedes OM605

The Mercedes OM605 engine is a 5-cylinder pre-chamber diesel engine equipped with an ERE control system (Electronische Reihen Einspritzpumpe) with a displacement of 2497 cm3. This 2.5-liter engine was assembled from 1993 to 2001 and was installed on several very popular models of the concern, such as W124, W202, W210. It was offered in an atmospheric version with 113 hp and a turbocharged version with 150 hp. Continue reading Engine Mercedes OM605

Engine Mercedes OM604

The 4-cylinder diesel engine OM604 is the younger brother of the 5-cylinder OM605 and 6-cylinder OM606. Structurally, diesel engines Mercedes of the 602/604/605/606 series are very similar – they all have a cast iron block and aluminum heads with 4 valves per cylinder and mechanical injection pumps. Continue reading Engine Mercedes OM604

Engine Mercedes-Benz M102

Mercedes M102 is a series of inline 4-cylinder gasoline engines from Mercedes-Benz for passenger cars W123, W124, W201 and SUV W460 / 461. The engine appeared in 1980 to replace the M115 series motors and was produced in different volumes and configurations until 1996. Continue reading Engine Mercedes-Benz M102

Engine Mercedes M272 KE30

The Mercedes-Benz M272E30 engine was introduced to the public in 2004, when it was first installed on the R171 SLK350 car. The new engine had a V6 configuration and had 3.0 liters of displacement at its disposal. This engine replaces the outdated E32 and E37 engines from the M112 series. Continue reading Engine Mercedes M272 KE30

Engine Mercedes M272 KE/DE 35

The M272 E 35 power unit was the evolution of the Mercedes V6 and was supposed to replace the M112 E32 and M112 E37. In addition to the 3.5-liter engine, the lineup includes the 2.5-liter M272 E25 and the 3.0-liter M272 E30. The development of the 272 series was carried out on the basis of the M112, which includes an aluminum BC with a camber of 90 degrees and 106 mm between the cylinders. Continue reading Engine Mercedes M272 KE/DE 35

Engine Mercedes M271 E16 ML

The Mercedes M271 E16 engine is an in-line 4-cylinder petrol engine with the same displacement of 1597 cm3 for all modifications. As for the technical part, the cylinder block is cast from aluminum with cast iron liners cast into it and is identical for the KE and DE modifications. At the bottom of the block is a Lanchester balancing mechanism with two balance shafts and an integrated oil pump. Continue reading Engine Mercedes M271 E16 ML

Engine Mercedes M113 E43

M113 M-Class engine – V-shaped eight-cylinder power unit with a volume of 4.3, 5.0, 5.4 liters. Each cylinder has two intake valves and one outlet valve, two spark plugs for fuel combustion. Depending on the modification of the M113 engine, the engine can have an output of 279-367 hp at 5500-5750 rpm. The torque ranges from 400 to 530 Nm. Continue reading Engine Mercedes M113 E43

Engine Mercedes M104 E28

The M104 E28 engine is a 2.8 or 3.2 liter inline 6-cylinder engine. There was also a 3.6-liter AMG version. The engine had two camshafts and 4 valves per cylinder. On engines without an ignition distributor, the intake camshaft was equipped with an electro-hydraulic clutch to change the valve timing. Continue reading Engine Mercedes M104 E28

Engine Mercedes M111 E18

In 1993, the 4-cylinder E18 engine from the M102 series was replaced by the new E18 engine from the M111 series. Compared to its predecessor, the engine has become more compact, but the block is also made of cast iron, and the head is made of light-alloy metal. According to the owners, this ICE is one of the most common and successful models of the company. Continue reading Engine Mercedes M111 E18

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. Continue reading Engine Mercedes M112 E24

Engine Mercedes M111 E20/E20 ML

Back in 1992, the outdated 4-cylinder E20 engine from the M102 engine series was replaced by the M111 series engines. The new M111 line includes such legendary engines as M111E18, M111E22 and M111E23. The new 2.0-liter engine differed from its predecessor first of all: a completely new cylinder block, which was made of cast iron, a new crankshaft, as well as a new connecting rod and piston group. Continue reading Engine Mercedes M111 E20/E20 ML

Engine Mercedes M112 E28

The Mercedes M112 engine is a family of V6 engines that were widely used in the 2000s. Released in 1998, the Mercedes M112 was the first V6 ever built by Mercedes. Some time later, the Mercedes M113 V8 engine was designed on its basis. All M112 engines were built in Bad Cannstatt, Germany, except for supercharged versions from AMG – E32 AMG, which were assembled in Affalterbach, Germany. Continue reading Engine Mercedes M112 E28

Engine Mercedes M111 E23/E23 ML

In 1995, the last and most voluminous engine in the M111 line of engines came out – this is a 2.3-liter M111 E23 engine. It was intended to replace the completely outdated M102 E23 engine technology. At the heart of the E23 is a cast iron cylinder block, with a bore of 90.9 mm, the piston stroke was increased to 88.4 mm, which is 7.9 mm more than in the 2.0-liter version. Continue reading Engine Mercedes M111 E23/E23 ML

Engine Mercedes M112 E32

In 1997, the new M112 E32 engine replaced the old E32 engine from the M104 series. The main difference between the new series and the old one was that now the motors became V-shaped with a breakup angle of 90 degrees. The move away from the in-line arrangement of the cylinders allowed the engine to be made more compact and to unify 6- and 8-cylinder engines as much as possible, which, in turn, made it possible to install both series of engines in the same car models. Continue reading Engine Mercedes M112 E32

Engine Mercedes OM626

The OM626 engine is a 4-cylinder in-line diesel engine. Displacement 1.6 liters, common rail direct injection, piezo injectors, 4 valves per cylinder, DOHC, (dual) turbocharging, intercooler. Cast iron block and aluminum cylinder head. For vehicles with a longitudinal power unit. Continue reading Engine Mercedes OM626