Mercedes-Benz 200 Engine Size in Quick-to-Read Charts

Average Engine Size Mercedes-Benz 200

Quick notes on Mercedes-Benz 200 engine size

    • Average size for generation: 2 L (1997 cc)
    • Smallest engine for generation: 2 L (1997 cc)
    • Largest engine for generation: 2 L (1997 cc)
    • Difference from world average: 0.35 L smaller (-349 cc)
    • Engine power to cc ratio: 20 cc per 1 hp
    • Engine size to 1 passenger: 399 cc to 1 person
    • Difference from world's biggest: 6.4 L smaller (-6385 cc)
    • Difference from world's smallest: 1.57 L bigger (+1573 cc)
    • Torque from 1 liter: 79 Nm from 1 L
    • Enginert rating: 6 / 10

1986 Mercedes-Benz 200 (W124) engine size

  • 200 D —1997 cc (1997 L)
  • 200 E —1997 cc (1997 L)

    Engine size to power ratio

  • 200 D —26.6 cc/hp (36.3 cc/kW)
  • 200 E —16.4 cc/hp (22.2 cc/kW)

    Difference from world average engine size

  • 200 D —14.88 or 349 cc smaller
  • 200 E —14.88 or 349 cc smaller
  • Vehicle Precise engine size Difference from world average Engine size to consumption ratio Horsepower from 1 L Engine size to 100 kg of weight
    200 D 2 L
    (1997 cc)
    14.9% smaller 57 cc to 1 mpg 38 hp from 1 L 143 cc to 100 kg
    200 E 2 L
    (1997 cc)
    14.9% smaller - 61 hp from 1 L -
    Vehicle 200 D
    Precise engine size 2 L (1997 cc)
    Difference from world average 14.9 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 57 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 38 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 143 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 200 E
    Precise engine size 2 L (1997 cc)
    Difference from world average 14.9 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio -
    Horsepower from 1 L 61 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight -

    Quick notes on Mercedes-Benz 200 engine size

      • Average size for generation: 1.99 L (1988 cc)
      • Smallest engine for generation: 2 L (1988 cc)
      • Largest engine for generation: 2 L (1988 cc)
      • Difference from world average: 0.36 L smaller (-358 cc)
      • Engine power to cc ratio: 33 cc per 1 hp
      • Engine size to 1 passenger: 398 cc to 1 person
      • Difference from world's biggest: 6.4 L smaller (-6394 cc)
      • Difference from world's smallest: 1.56 L bigger (+1564 cc)
      • Torque from 1 liter: 57 Nm from 1 L
      • Enginert rating: 6 / 10

    1976 Mercedes-Benz 200 (W123) engine size

  • 200 D —1988 cc (1988 L)

    Engine size to power ratio

  • 200 D —33.1 cc/hp (45.2 cc/kW)

    Difference from world average engine size

  • 200 D —15.26 or 358 cc smaller
  • Vehicle Precise engine size Difference from world average Engine size to consumption ratio Horsepower from 1 L Engine size to 100 kg of weight
    200 D 1.99 L
    (1988 cc)
    15.3% smaller - 30 hp from 1 L 153 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 200 D
    Precise engine size 1.99 L (1988 cc)
    Difference from world average 15.3 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio -
    Horsepower from 1 L 30 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 153 cc to 100 kg