nr: 35 / 1966 Mercedes-Benz 250S AUT. AUT. Oldtimer
The W108/W109 premiered at the Frankfurt Auto Show in 1965. The original model range consisted of three W108s (250 S, 250 SE and 300 SEb) and a single W109 (300 SEL). The inline six engines were carried over from the previous generation with mechanical refinements. The 2.2-liter M180 engine was enlarged to 2.5 liters, while the 3-liter fuel-injected M189 version was adopted from "300 Adenauer".
The 250 S was equipped with a 2496 cc M108 engine with twin two-barrel downdraft carburettors that produced 96 kW (129 hp) at 5400 rpm. It could accelerate to 100 km/h in 13 seconds for manual and 14 for automatic. The top speed was 182 km/h for manual and 177 km/h for automatic. The 250 SE had the same engine as the 250 S, except for the fuel injection system and a different engine designation (M129). With an increased engine output of 110 kW (148 hp) at 5,500 rpm, the 250 SE was one second faster to 100 km/h than the 250 S and had a higher top speed of 193 km/h for both manual and automatic versions.
|Year Of Manufacture:||1966|
|Maximum Permissible Mass (Kg):||1940|
|Amount Of Cilinders:||6|
|Front Wheels:||185 R14|
|Rear Wheels:||185 R14|
|Number Of Seats:||4|
|Number Of Doors:||4|
|Country Of Registration:||The Netherlands|
|Number Of Axels:||2|
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