List of Mercedes-Benz engines

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Mercedes-Benz produced a full line of straight-4 -5 and -6, V6, V8, V10, and V12 engines and even Wankel engine. Currently, they are distinctive for their 3-valve per cylinder Single overhead cam configuration, though this is being replaced by a more conventional 4-valve DOHC layout.

All Mercedes-Benz V6/V8 engines are manufactured in Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt, Germany. The 4-cylinder versions (M266, M266 Turbo and M271) are assembled in Stuttgart-Untertürkheim. In Berlin is the V12 engine plant.

I4

I5

I6

V6

  • 1997-present M112
    • 2.6 L (2597 cc) E26
    • 3.2 L (3199 cc) E32
    • 3.2 L (3199 cc) E32 AMG
    • 3.7 L (3724 cc) E37
  • 2004-present M272
    • 2.5 L (2469 cc) E25
    • 3.0 L (2996 cc) E30
    • 3.5 L (3498 cc) E35
  • OM501 Diesel
    • 11.9 L

V8

  • 1965-1979 M100
    • 6.3 L
    • 6.9 L
  • 1971-1991 M117
    • 4.5 L
    • 5.0 L
    • 5.6 L
  • 1971-1991 M116
    • 3.5 L
    • 3.8 L
    • 4.2 L
  • 1990-1999 M119
    • 4.2 L (4196 cc)
    • 5.0 L (4973 cc)
  • 1999-present M113
    • 4.3 L (4266 cc) E43
    • 5.0 L (4966 cc) E50
    • 5.4 L (5439 cc) E55 AMG
    • 5.4 L (5439 cc) E55 ML AMG
  • 2004-present M155
    • 5.4 L (5439 cc)
  • 2006-present M273
    • 4.7 L (4663 cc)
    • 5.5 L (5461 cc)
  • 2006-present M156
    • 6.2 L (6208 cc) "6.3-liter"
  • Diesel

V10

V12

  • 1992-present M120
    • 600SEL/S600
    • 600SL/SL600
    • 600SEC/CL600
    • S65 AMG
    • Brabus M V12/E V12/G V12
  • M137
    • 5.8L N/A
    • 2001 S600
  • M275/M285
    • 5.5 L (5513 cc) M275 twin-turbo
    • 6.0 L (5980 cc) M285 twin-turbo
  • M120
    • 7.3 L (7291 cc) SL73 AMG, Pagani Zonda

Wankel

  • 1969-1970 M950F
    • 3-rotor 1.8 L
    • 4-rotor 2.4 L

See also