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Passenger cars
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Mercedes-Benz 170
Technical data
Passenger car, the number of seats - 4. Carbureted engine, four-cylinder, four-stroke, overhead valve. Engine capacity - 1,685 liters. Maximum speed - 108 km / h Own curb weight 1160 kg. Length - 4.34 m, width - 1,62 m, height - 1.56 m Transmission - Manual, 4-speed.
History info
Years 1936-1955. In 1931, «Daimler-Benz» first appeared on the market of small cars. The audience was pleasantly surprised by the model «Mercedes-Benz 170" with a 6-cylinder engine of small displacement. With all the grace and elegance of the lines of the silhouette, the car was very economical and practical. In 1935, this popular model will change the name to «170V» and reduce by half the number of cylinders in your engine. The official presentation of the model Mercedes Benz 170 V at an automobile exhibition held in Berlin in 1936. Compared with the 170 model (W 15), which has a six-cylinder engine, 170 V version less pretentious technically and less ambitious in its forms. Designed as a model for mass flow, Mercedes Benz 170 V - a true sample of everyday car "for everyone." And it is not surprising that of all the models of cars Daimler-Benz AG was the most produced in the pre-war period. Which is located in the leather seats, passengers can conveniently navigate even in difficult times of military action, forgetting about the hustle and the horrors lying in wait for them outside the passenger compartment, and do not spend too much of their comfort. In total, from 1936 to 1942 produced 86,615 copies of the model Mercedes-Benz 170V, which has become the most massive passenger car of the period. In 1942, the production of sedans stopped, and resumed production of passenger cars allowed the Allies in 1946. In 1949, this model has appeared diesel option, and slightly updated bodywork modification was "versatile", which were issued on the basis of 6-seater limousines, taxis, postal and ambulances.
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