Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class

The Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class is a German sports car in the back of a roadster, produced by the Mercedes-Benz automaker since 1996. Since 2011, the 3rd generation of the model has been released. SLK in the name – these are the first letters of the phrase, literally translated from German as “sporty, light and short”. The car is assembled in Germany, sold mainly in the North American and European segments of the car market. Since 2016, with the release of an updated version of the 3rd generation of the model, the designation of the car has changed to Mercedes-Benz SLC-class (C-class compact roadster).

Engine Mercedes M111 E20

In 1992, the Mercedes M111 E20 engine replaced the outdated 4-cylinder E20 engine from the M102 series. The new 2.0-liter engine differs from its predecessor primarily in a completely new cylinder block, which is made of cast iron, a new crankshaft, and a new connecting rod and piston group.

Engine Mercedes M111 E23

The Mercedes M111 E23 engine appeared in 1995 and replaced the 2.3-liter M102 E23, which by this time was completely outdated. The new M111 E23 has acquired a compact cast-iron cylinder block, as on the M111 E20, but with a cylinder diameter increased by 1 mm and a different crankshaft, with a piston stroke increased …

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Engine Mercedes M271 E18

The Mercedes M271 E18 engine began to be produced in 2002, it was able to immediately replace all members of the M111 family. The new generation of engines uses a completely different aluminum cylinder block with cast iron liners, as well as a two-shaft balancing mechanism.

Engine Mercedes M112 E32

The Mercedes M112 E32 engine was developed in 1997 to replace 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.

Engine Mercedes M272 E30

The Mercedes M272 E30 engine occupies a place between the M272 E35 and M272 E25, the main purpose of the model is to replace the outdated M112 E28. The M272 E30 aluminum V-shaped (camber 90°) engine block is similar to that used in the E35, but with smaller cylinders and a short-stroke crankshaft.

Engine Mercedes M272 E35

The M272 E35 engine was the next step in the development of the V6 from Mercedes and was intended to replace the M112 E32 and M112 E37. In addition to the 3.5-liter, the new family includes the M272 E25 and M272 E30, with a working volume of 2.5 and 3 liters, respectively.

Engine Mercedes M276 DE35

The Mercedes M276 V6 engine with a volume of 3.5 liters was introduced in 2010 and has since been installed on most modern models of the concern, such as the W205 and W222. There are three modifications of this power unit: two atmospheric and turbocharged.

Engine Mercedes OM651

Mercedes-Benz OM651 is a family of in-line four-cylinder diesel engines from Mercedes-Benz, first introduced in October 2008. It was created as a replacement for the OM646 and OM642 series. Production took place at a plant in Stuttgart, Germany.

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