Mercedes-Benz 250 Engine Size in Quick-to-Read Charts

Average Engine Size Mercedes-Benz 250

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Quick notes on Mercedes-Benz 250 engine size

    • Average size for generation: 2.5 L (2497 cc)
    • Smallest engine for generation: 2.5 L (2497 cc)
    • Largest engine for generation: 2.5 L (2497 cc)
    • Difference from world average: 0.15 L bigger (+151 cc)
    • Engine power to cc ratio: 23 cc per 1 hp
    • Engine size to 1 passenger: 499 cc to 1 person
    • Difference from world's biggest: 5.9 L smaller (-5885 cc)
    • Difference from world's smallest: 2.07 L bigger (+2073 cc)
    • Torque from 1 liter: 92 Nm from 1 L
    • Enginert rating: 6 / 10

1985 Mercedes-Benz 250 (W124) engine size

  • 250 D —2497 cc (2497 L)
  • 250 D Turbo —2497 cc (2497 L)

    Engine size to power ratio

  • 250 D —26.6 cc/hp (36.2 cc/kW)
  • 250 D Turbo —19.8 cc/hp (26.8 cc/kW)

    Difference from world average engine size

  • 250 D —6.44 or 151 cc bigger
  • 250 D Turbo —6.44 or 151 cc bigger
  • Vehicle Precise engine size Difference from world average Engine size to consumption ratio Horsepower from 1 L Engine size to 100 kg of weight
    250 D 2.5 L
    (2497 cc)
    6.4% bigger - 38 hp from 1 L -
    250 D Turbo 2.5 L
    (2497 cc)
    6.4% bigger 83 cc to 1 mpg 50 hp from 1 L 178 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 250 D
    Precise engine size 2.5 L (2497 cc)
    Difference from world average 6.4 bigger
    Engine size to consumption ratio -
    Horsepower from 1 L 38 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight -
    Vehicle 250 D Turbo
    Precise engine size 2.5 L (2497 cc)
    Difference from world average 6.4 bigger
    Engine size to consumption ratio 83 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 50 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 178 cc to 100 kg