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We have manuals for all Mercedes Benz models in PDF format and immediate download.

The famous brand of the three-pointed star that symbolizes the ability of its engines to be used both on land and in the sea or air, is recognized for the quality of its luxury vehicles, buses and trucks.

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  • Mercedes Benz 600 W100 Series (1963-1981)

    The Mercedes Benz 600 W100 Series.

    It is a luxury car that was manufactured between 1963 and 1981 in several versions being the most common sedan, with a length of almost five and a half meters. The Pullman version was most of the time, with four doors and reaching six and a quarter meters. The most luxurious and the most exclusive were the games of chance, the versions of long chassis and the rear part of the cabriolet, ideal for heads of state and personalities. Only two units were manufactured with coupe body. The different versions were equipped with gasoline engines M100 of 8-V cylinders and 6.3 liters.

    Actually, we have these manuals for the Mercedes 600, W100 Series:

  • Mercedes Benz S-Class W105 Series (1956-1959)

    The Mercedes Benz S-Class W105 Series.

    It is a luxury car with body sedan that was manufactured between 1956 and 1959, marketed as Typ 219 being part of the family "Ponton." This version Mercedes Benz 219 was equipped with gasoline engines M180 of 6-L cylinders y 2.2 liters.

    Actually, we have these manuals for the Mercedes Benz S-Class, W105 Series:

  • Mercedes Benz SL-Class R107 Series (1971-1989)

    The Mercedes Benz SL-Class R107 Series.

    It is a sports car with roadster body that was manufactured between 1971 and 1989. The R107 (also known as W107) was developed after completing the production of the SL W113 familiarly known as Pagoda, in 1971. It retains some typical features of the SL as the central logo on the grill, the inclusion of a folding roof and the rigid roof in the form of a pagoda. It consists of two seats with option to a small and uncomfortable seat in the rear, so it was considered more like a roadster two-seater than a family sports coupe. In addition, the unique W107 V-8 engine that brought as an option to be provided with mechanical or automatic gearbox. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

    Actually, we have these manuals for the Mercedes Benz SL-Class, R107 Series:

  • Mercedes Benz SLC-Class C107 Series (1972-1981)

    The Mercedes Benz SLC-Class C107 Series.

    It is a sports car with coupe body that was manufactured between 1972 and 1981. In response to the criticism made to the uncomfortable rear seat of the SL originates a new variant in this sports known as SLC. The new vehicle combines the body of the convertible with a rigid coupe roof and greater interior volume, adding 30 centimeters more than the convertible, to comfortably accommodate four people. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz S-Class W108 Series (1965-1972)

    The Mercedes Benz S-Class W108 Series.

    Is a luxury car sedan body that was manufactured between 1965 and 1972. It is a luxury car with sedan body that was manufactured between 1965 and 1972. Its design has been made by Paul Bracq who at that time imposed standards of spaciousness and comfort in their projects that seem incredible and have already passed more than 50 years. The sobriety of this classic model is truly impressive. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz S-Class W109 Series (1969-1972)

    The Mercedes Benz S-Class W109 Series.

    It is a luxury car with sedan body that was manufactured between 1966 and 1972. Its design has been made by Paul Bracq who at that time imposed standards of spaciousness and comfort in his projects that seem incredible and have already passed more than 50 years. Along with models with normal wheelbase, which were only available with a steel suspension, SEL models with longer wheelbase were also offered with the option of air suspension, which formed a series of models with the designation W 109. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz E-Class W110 Series (1961-1968)

    The Mercedes Benz E-Class W110 Series.

    Is a tourism car sedan, LWD and universal body that was manufactured between 1961 and 1968. The model evolves from the saloon "Ponton" of the mid-50's, a success in sales, but had been outdated before the planned by the American influence that introduced the fashion of the "fins". At the same time, the new models introduced the latest and surprising safety concepts. The different versions were distinguished by the extension and location of their chromed trims that enhanced the attractiveness of their line. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz S-Class W111 Series (1959-1972)

    The Mercedes Benz S-Class Series W111.

    It is a luxury car with sedan, coupe, cabriolet and universal body that was manufactured between 1959 and 1972. One of the fundamental concerns of the time was the increase in vehicle safety. The W111 introduced the rigid passenger compartment concept, protected by deformable areas to absorb impacts. This idea conceived and patented by Daimler-Benz towards the year 1951 has been practically the sustenance of all the work carried out and included special attention to other aspects of safety, such as the shape and texture of the interior fittings, the size of the headlights and the range of windshield wipers. In addition, without neglecting important parts such as suspension, comfort for driving and the braking system. The new "Fintail" were designed to prevent the driver from having problems and to protect the occupants in case of an accident. The different versions were distinguished by the extension and location of their chromed trims that enhanced the attractiveness of their line. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

    We currently have these Manuals for the Mercedes Benz S-Class, Series W111:

  • Mercedes Benz S-Class W112 Series (1961-1967)

    The Mercedes Benz S-Class W112 Series.

    Is a luxury car sedan, coupe and cabriolet body that was manufactured between 1961 and 1967. The difference highlighted in the W112 of the rest of the "Fintails" has been its aluminum engine with 3.0 liters of displacement, inherited from the 300 SL, and the pneumatic suspension as standard. In addition, it was the only version of the "Fintails" available in long battle. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz SL-Class R113 Series (1963-1971)

    The Mercedes Benz SL-Class R113 Series.

    Is a sports car with roadster body that was manufactured between 1963 and 1971. Presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 1963 it is popularly known as "Pagoda" due to the style and shape of its removable roof, being the first sports car in the world equipped with a body with indeformable interior and areas of deformation controlled in front and behind. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz E-Class W114 Series (1967-1976)

    The Mercedes Benz E-Class W114 Series.

    Is a tourism car with sedan and coupe body that was manufactured between 1967 and 1976. This model presented a completely new chassis that used a rear suspension called "diagonal swing axle", consisting of an independent suspension by semi-pulled arms with diagonal anchorage, while in the front axle used steering knuckles, systems that would be used in all the cars of the brand until the appearance of the "multilink" rear train. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz E-Class W115 Series (1968-1976)

    The Mercedes Benz E-Class W115 Series.

    Is a tourism car with sedan body that was manufactured between 1968 and 1976. It is a passenger car with sedan body that was manufactured between 1968 and 1976. This car had a distinctive appeal as a result of its classic and modern design for the time, designed by the french man Paul Bracq. In addition to mounting gasoline engines, the first five-cylinder diesel engine, the OM 617, was also launched with this chassis. In Argentina, a pickup truck (single and double cab) was developed on the basis of the 220D model on the W115 chassis between 1972 and 1976. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel.

    Actually, we have these manuals for the Mercedes Benz E-Class, W115 Series:

  • Mercedes Benz S-Class W116 Series (1972-1980)

    The Mercedes Benz S-Class W116 Series.

    Is a luxury car with sedan body that was manufactured between 1972 and 1980. It receives the S-Class designation for the first time and incorporates safety features such as a padded interior, a stiffer passenger compartment, a fuel tank protected against collisions and a safety wheel. In addition to the independent suspension on all four wheels and brake discs, the passive safety systems were improved, being one of the first vehicles to incorporate the ABS system and the turbo diesel engines. It highlights the limited series 450 SEL 6.9 which was the first production car to incorporate an electronic ABS system for the four wheels as optional, also having a self-leveling hydropneumatic suspension system. The 300 SD was the first mass-produced passenger car that uses a turbo diesel engine. The 450 SE was awarded as the European car of the year in 1974. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

    Actually, we have these manuals for the Mercedes Benz S-Class, W116 Series:

  • Mercedes Benz E-Class W120 Series (1953-1962)

    The Mercedes Benz E-Class W120 Series.

    Is a tourism car with sedan body that was manufactured between 1953 and 1962. Known as the 180 model of the "Ponton" line, it was the first completely new design of the post-war brand. The line "Ponton" has an integrated body as a novelty that is distinguished by its rounded lines, reducing the aerodynamic resistance and the noise produced by the wind. In addition, its interior is more spacious and the visibility received a noticeable improvement. The only negative aspect is that it retained the same 4-cylinder engine as its predecessor, the 170, which developed 52 hp. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

    Actually, we have these manuals for the Mercedes Benz E-Class, W120 Series:

  • Mercedes Benz E-Class W121 Series (1956-1961)

    The Mercedes Benz E-Class W121 Series.

    Is a tourism car with sedan body that was manufactured between 1956 and 1961. They were used as taxis in Germany. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz SL-Class R121 Series (1955-1963)

    The Mercedes Benz SL-Class R121 Series.

    Is a tourism car with roadster body that was manufactured between 1955 and 1963. It is usually considered a predecessor of the SLK with a removable rigid roof. Many elements of his style were taken from the 300 SL, such as the front grille, the bumpers and the headlights. The rear lights and suspension components derived from the S-Class "Ponton". Mercedes Benz 190 SL versions were equipped with gasoline engines M121 of L-4 cylinder and 1.9 liters

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  • Mercedes Benz E-Class W123 Series (1976-1985)

    The Mercedes Benz E-Class W123 Series.

    Is a tourism car with sedan, family and coupe body that was manufactured between 1976 and 1985. It marked a breakthrough by establishing new safety standards combining active safety with passive safety. This model could be requested with all the extras available for a new car: electric windows, sunroof, air conditioning or climate control, cruise control, headlamps height adjustable, automatic transmission, etc. Regarding the innovation in engines, the wide range of gasoline and diesel engines available for this model adds for the first time a turbocharged diesel engine, the 300D turbodiesel OM617, which with five cylinders manages to reach 125 HP, marking the start in the development of high-performance diesel engines for the automotive market. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz E-Class W124 Series (1984-1997)

    The Mercedes Benz E-Class W124 Series.

    Is a tourism car with sedan, wagon, coupe or cabriolet body was manufactured between 1984 and 1997. Its aerodynamic coefficient was great for the time resulting in lower fuel consumption. The combination with lightweight materials and high strength steel sheet and an excellent structural design added greater safety that was a reference in the segment. As an innovative detail, a single windshield wiper arm was used on the windshield that swept 86% of its surface, being the largest sweeping area at that time. In 1985, the family version was introduced, with brakes and suspension adapted to withstand greater load. The suspension was equipped with a hydropneumatic system and the fuel tank was placed so that it slid down in the event of a collision. Also in this year the coupe and cabriolet versions were presented. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

    Actually, we have these manuals for the Mercedes Benz E Class, W124 Series:

  • Mercedes Benz S-Class W126 Series (1979-1991)

    The Mercedes Benz S-Class W126 Series.

    Is a luxury car with sedan or coupe body was manufactured between 1979 and 1991. Given the growing demand for spacious sedans and high performance for long journeys, without neglecting safety and the environment, the new category of the S-Classes is presented. In these new vehicles it has been possible to significantly reduce fuel consumption without having to resign the power through the reduction of air resistance and weight, improving safety, interior equipment, comfortability while walking, and increasing service life with simplified maintenance. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz S-Class W128 Series (1958-1961)

    The Mercedes Benz S-Class W128 Series.

    Is a luxury car sedan, coupe and cabriolet body that was manufactured between 1958 and 1960. This model "Pontón" belongs to the first generation of those that later were denominated Class S. It mounted motors with aluminium head, camshaft and fuel injection of the Bosch brand. Mercedes Benz 220 SE versions were equipped with gasoline engine M127 of L-6 cylinder and 2.2 liters.

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  • Mercedes Benz SL-Class R129 Series (1989-2002)

    The Mercedes Benz SL-Class R129 Series.

    Is a sports car with roadster body that was manufactured between 1989 and 2002. This renewed SL shows remarkable aesthetic and comfort improvements, windows, mirrors and electric seats to which is added a new canvas hood electrohydraulic drive. The majority of units manufactured from this model have automatic gearboxes being infrequent to find them with manual gearboxes. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz E-Class W136 Series (1946-1955)

    The Mercedes Benz E-Class W136 Series.

    Is a touring car sedan and cabriolet body that was manufactured between 1946 and 1955. The W136 chassis served as the basis for the brand's post-war recovery, as the dies of its construction survived the constant bombings. In 1949, the car received a new diesel engine becoming the third passenger car in history to use that type of engine and the first since the end of the war. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz S-Class W140 Series (1991-1999)

    The Mercedes Benz S-Class W140 Series.

    Is a luxury car with sedan or coupe body was manufactured between 1991 and 1999. At the time of its launch, the critic found a large car in every way. Its lines were simple and without stridencies, lacking in tension and ornaments since the basic design of the vehicle was an authentic work of art. With superlative details of quality never seen before in any other car, such as the furring of the windows or the minimum tolerances between the pieces, but had an aesthetic defect that was obvious, everything in this vehicle was very large. In fact it was 15 cm longer, 5 cm higher and 7 cm wider than its predecessor, which made it the largest saloon in its segment, something sought after by the potential customers of this model. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz M-Class W163 Series (1997-2005)

    The Mercedes Benz M-Class W163 Series.

    Is a luxury sport utility vehicle SUV was manufactured between 1997 and 2005. It was designed to meet the demand of all-terrain vehicles in the United States, being the first to incorporate stability control, also having four standard airbags. The Detroit Auto Salon honored him as the best all-rounder of 1998. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz M-Class W164 Series (2005-2011)

    The Mercedes Benz M-Class W164 Series.

    Is a luxury sport utility vehicle SUV was manufactured between 2005 and 2011. The second generation of the M-Class was officially presented at the Detroit Auto Show in 2005. The second generation of the M-Class was officially presented at the Detroit Motor Show in 2005. It was a vehicle mostly new compared to its predecessor, its more sporty and more aerodynamic aspect achieving the reduction of the coefficient of resistance to 0.34. The new M-Class is 71 mm wider, 150 mm longer and 5 mm lower than the first model and was recognized as the "Best New Sports Utility Vehicle" in the 2006 Canadian Car of the Year awards. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz A-Class W168 Series (1997-2005)

    The Mercedes Benz A-Class Series W168.

    Is a mini multi-purpose vehicle MPV that was manufactured between 1997 and 2005. It is the first model manufactured by the brand with front-wheel drive, its engines being all four cylinders in line and in front transverse position, something unusual in other vehicles. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz A-Class W169 Series (2004-2011)

    The Mercedes Benz A-Class Series W169.

    Is a mini multi-purpose vehicle MPV that was manufactured between 2004 and 2011. Aesthetically it was recognized as the evolution of its predecessor, maintaining its mono-volume architecture and its characteristic familiar air, but everything in it was new. Its line is more aggressive and elegant thanks to its more marked edges than in the previous generation and to important and renewed steps of wheels. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz SLK-Class R170 Series (1996-2004)

    The Mercedes Benz SLK-Class R170 Series.

    Is a sports car with roadster body that was manufactured between 1996 and 2004. It is offered with manual gearboxes of five or six gears and five-speed automatic. Its roof consists of a folding steel upper part that divides in between. These halves are joined by a safety locking mechanism when the roof is closed. By pressing a button on the center console, a hydraulic system executes the fully automatic folding process. To close it, the sequence of movements is performed in reverse order obtaining additional protection normally found in a coupe with the pleasure of a convertible at the same time being this technology considered advanced by its rivals who still had the top folding canvas or leather. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz SLK-Class R171 Series (2004-2011)

    The Mercedes Benz SLK-Class R171 Series.

    Is a sports car with roadster body that was manufactured between 2004 and 2011. This second generation of the SLK Class had the option of three gearboxes available: a six-speed manual gearbox and two automatic gearboxes, a five-speed automatic for the 1.8-liter engine or a seven-speed automatic for the other models . In the latest versions, the Linguatronic system was introduced for the first time in the SLK, a device that executes different commands by means of voice commands. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz S-Class W180 Series (1954-1959)

    The Mercedes Benz S-Class W180 Series.

    Is a luxury car with sedan, coupe or cabriolet body that was manufactured between 1954 and 1959. This model, due to its design, also integrates the so-called "Ponton". Its characteristics build an extraordinarily broad and aerodynamic vehicle, rigid to the torsion and that sets the guidelines in the development during the decades following its time. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz S-Class W186 Series (1952-1957)

    The Mercedes Benz S-Class W186 Series.

    Is a luxury car sedan and cabriolet body that was manufactured between 1952 and 1957. The Type 300 "Adenauer" was the brand's flagship car during the 50's, equivalent to the S-Class of today. Its name evokes the first chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, who led his country to a surprising socio-economic recovery after being left in ruins after the war. The Type 300 "Adenauer" took the star's brand back to the top in the competitive automotive industry. A car of a careful manufacture that still causes a sensation today. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz S-Class W187 Series (1951-1955)

    The Mercedes Benz S-Class W187 Series.

    Is a luxury car sedan, coupe and cabriolet body that was manufactured between 1951 and 1955. Presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1951, its headlights were integrated into the fenders for a slightly more modern result. Mercedes Benz 220 versions were equipped with gasoline engine M136 of L-6 cylinders and 2.2 liters.

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  • Mercedes Benz S-Class W188 Series (1951-1958)

    The Mercedes Benz S-Class W188 Series.

    Is a luxury car coupe, cabriolet and roadster body that was manufactured between 1951 and 1958. Presented at the Paris Salon in 1951 it is mechanically similar to its predecessor. Mostly built by hand it was marketed as one of the most important luxury cars in the world. It has three Solex carburetors and an engine power of 150 HP at 5000 rpm. Subsequently replaces the independent low-pivot rear suspension and incorporates a fuel injection engine. Visually, it was distinguished by a chrome bezel on both sides of the hood. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz S-Class W189 Series (1957-1962)

    The Mercedes Benz S-Class W189 Series.

    Is a luxury car sedan, cabriolet and sliding roof body that was manufactured between 1957 and 1962. Built with a longer wheelbase, fuel injection and designed with a single rigid hood without stops, it was constituted as a classic phaeton. Its additional 10 cm of wheelbase provided more legroom in the back seat giving it a more superiority to other limousines. Its exceptional design offers an unobstructed view from the back seat, so it was highly valued as a car for parades of dignitaries and personalities. Mercedes Benz 300 S versions were equipped with gasoline engine M189 of L-6 cylinders and 3.0 liters.

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  • Mercedes Benz E-Class W191 Series (1952-1953)

    The Mercedes Benz E-Class W191 Series.

    Is a touring car sedan and sliding roof body that was manufactured between 1952 and 1953. This car represented for managers of companies and well-off drivers in general is a more luxurious and powerful version of the 170V that had been manufacturing since 1935. Coinciding with the restyling of the model the manufacturer considered that a luxury car could also be economic and launched the market the first diesel luxury saloon in history. Its limited benefits were compensated by its luxurious interior and consumption 25% lower than the gasoline version. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz SL-Class W198 Series (1954-1957)

    The Mercedes Benz SL-Class W198 Series.

    Is a sport car with coupe and roadster body that was manufactured between 1954 and 1957. Initially it was manufactured with a coupe body and then as a convertible, the 300 SL being one of the first super sports cars in the history of the automobile. He has been known by the nickname of "widow maker" as a result of which many pilots died when they crashed while driving and for their distinctive gull-wing doors. It was the first car to assemble a gasoline engine with direct fuel injection.

    Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines:

    Mercedes Benz 300 SL | engine M198 | l6 cylinder | 3.0 liters 
    Source: Wikipedia

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  • Mercedes Benz C-Class W201 Series (1982-1993)

    The Mercedes Benz C-Class W201 Series.

    Is a compact car with sedan body was manufactured between 1982 and 1993. This model incorporated a suspension of five arms, which subsequently mounted on the models Class E and Class S, in addition, safety belts and anti-lock system of ABS wheels. Known as "baby Benz" it was very popular in Europe, leading to the production and subsequent commercialization of the new C-Class. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz C-Class W202 Series (1990-2001)

    The Mercedes Benz C-Class W202 Series.

    Is a compact car with sedan or family body was manufactured between 1990 and 2001. This series is the first that bears the name of Class C and has a higher comfort, more extensive standard equipment, although it maintains the price level of the previous model. As for the incorporation of diesel engines, the C-Class incorporates those with four valves per cylinder for and the first turbo diesel with multivalve intercooler technology is also presented. Subsequently adds the diesel engine with direct injection based on the common-rail (CDI) principle. As for gasoline engines, the C 230 Kompressor is the brand's first sedan to use a Roots compressor for supercharging in order to increase power. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz C-Class W203 Series (2000-2008)

    The Mercedes Benz C-Class W203 Series.

    Is a compact car with sedan, coupe or family body was manufactured between 2000 and 2008. The third generation of the compact class is distinguished by its especially sporty design that culminates with the presentation of the first Sportcoupé model. Among its technical innovations it is worth mentioning the Sequentronic six-speed automatic transmission. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz C-Class W204 Series (2007-2014)

    The Mercedes Benz C-Class W204 Series.

    Is a compact car with sedan, coupe or family body was manufactured between 2007 and 2014. The third generation of the Class C was presented at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show. According to its level of equipment, the distinctive flagship of the brand is located on the bonnet or in the center of the grid. They were provided with either six-speed manual gearboxes or five-speed automatic gearboxes. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz CLK-Class W208 Series (1996-2002)

    The Mercedes Benz CLK-Class W208 Series.

    Is a luxury sports car with convertible or coupe body that was manufactured between 1996 and 2002. Its safety equipment includes stability control, traction control and anti-lock braking (ABS). It has automatic 5-speed gearbox sequential or manual 5 and 6 speeds, its capacity is four seats, longitudinal front engine and rear wheel drive. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

    Actually, we have these manuals for the Mercedes Benz CLK-Class, W208 Series.

  • Mercedes Benz E Class W210 Series (1995-2003)

    The Mercedes Benz E-Class W210 Series.

    Is a tourism car with sedan or wagon body that was manufactured between 1995 and 2003. Its characteristic double circular headlights are highlighted, which were later replicated in other models of the brand, as well as the side flashing lights in the exterior mirrors applied in its restyling of the year 1999. This new version, in addition, offered as optional equipment a GPS navigator with color screen integrated to the COMAND 2.0 system. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz E-Class W211 Series (2002-2009)

    The Mercedes Benz E-Class W211 Series

    Is a tourism car with sedan or wagon body that was manufactured between 2002 and 2009. He made his appearance at the European Motor Show in Brussels highlighting his style with his double headlights from a slight backward angle. Of greater volume than its predecessors but with less interior space, its several options of transmission were automatic of 5 or 7 speeds and manual of 6 speeds, rear traction or in the 4 wheels. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz CL-Class C215 Series (2000-2006)

    The Mercedes Benz CL-Class W215 Series.

    Is a luxury car with coupe body was manufactured between 2000 and 2006. The CL-Class is equipped with the latest technology, features the DISTRONIC radar-assisted autonomous cruise control system and was the first car in the world with Bi-Xenon headlights. It is equipped as standard with the Active Body Control (ABC) hydraulic system that maintains the level of the car even in curves, providing a sporty and comfortable environment. In addition, it is possible to increase the height of the car to drive on difficult terrain to automatically lower at higher speeds. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz S-Class W220 Series (1999-2006)

    The Mercedes Benz S-Class W220 Series.

    It is a luxury car with sedan body that was manufactured between 1999 and 2006. The fourth generation of the S-Class was completely redesigned, has a smaller and lighter body than the previous model, but expanding the legroom and providing greater security for the new combination of magnesium, aluminum and high strength steel in its body. It introduced technological innovations such as the DISTRONIC system that is capable of stopping the vehicle automatically when reaching another slower vehicle circulating with the autopilot. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz SL-Class R230 Series (2001-2011)

    The Mercedes Benz SL-Class W230 Series.

    It is a luxury sports car with cabriolet body or coupe that was manufactured between 2001 and 2011. This new generation is different from previous ones by incorporating a retractable folding roof that is stored inside the trunk, called "Vario Roof", similar to the roof of the Mercedes-Benz SLK Class of 1997. Different versions were equipped with gasoline engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz R-Class W251 Series (2006-2015)

    Mercedes Benz R-Class W251 Series

    It is a car with minivan body that was manufactured between 2006 and 2015. This vehicle has longitudinal front engine, rear or four-wheel drive and five-door body and has five, six or seven seats. The sales of this model did not meet the manufacturer's expectations. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz UNIMOG U411 Series (1956-1974)

    The Mercedes Benz UNIMOG U411.

    It is a multipurpose medium-duty truck with four-wheel drive that was manufactured between 1956 and 1974 to which was initially mounted a 30 Hp engine, then increased to 32 Hp and from 1966 until the end of production a 34 HP engine. Of the 39,000 manufactured, some presented retractable canvas cabin and other fixed metal cabin.

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  • Mercedes Benz UNIMOG U416 Series (1972-1983)

    The Mercedes Benz UNIMOG U416.

    It is a multipurpose medium-duty truck with four-wheel drive that was manufactured between 1972 and 1983 in two versions with single cabin and double cabin, produced in Argentina.

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  • Mercedes Benz UNIMOG U421 Series (1966-1989)

    The Mercedes Benz UNIMOG U421.

    It is a multipurpose medium-duty truck with four-wheel drive that was manufactured between 1966 and 1989.

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  • Mercedes Benz G-Class W460 Series (1979-1991)

    The Mercedes Benz G-Class W460 Series.

    Is an all-terrain vehicle was manufactured between 1979 and 1991. It has been developed jointly with the Austrian company Steyr-Daimler-Puch and is widely used as a military vehicle. The G-Class has a front engine and four-wheel drive. The traditional bodies are two-door cabriolet, three-door family, five-door family and three-door van. The last two versions can have short and long chassis, while the first two are offered only with short chassis. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz G-Class W461 Series (1992-2001)

    The Mercedes Benz G-Class W461 Series.

    Is an all-terrain vehicle was manufactured between 1992 and 2001. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz G-Class W463 Series (1992-2005)

    The Mercedes Benz G-Class W463 Series.

    Is an all-terrain vehicle was manufactured between 1992 and 2005. It has four-wheel drive connectable and has more elements of comfort equipment than its predecessor, in addition, over the decades, the G-Class was receiving security elements such as airbags, anti-lock braking and stability control. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz MB W631 Series (1981-1995)

    The Mercedes Benz MB W631 Series.

    Is a light commercial vehicle was manufactured between 1981 and 1995. The models of vans MB 100-180 series were manufactured initially in Spain, designed for payloads of between 1000 and 1800 kg, available as a van, van and combi. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz Vito W638 Series (1996-2003)

    The Mercedes Benz Vito W638 Series.

    Is a light commercial vehicle was manufactured between 1996 and 2003. Produced initially in the Spanish factory of Vitoria-Gasteiz that originates its name, it replaced the mythical model MB 100, being Vito its denomination for the vehicles of commercial use and V-Class for the most luxurious oriented to tourism. This series has a front transverse engine and front-wheel drive. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz Vito Series W 639 (2003-2014)

    The Mercedes Benz Vito W639 Series.

    Is a light commercial vehicle was manufactured between 2003 and 2014. This second generation modifies its configuration by presenting front longitudinal and rear-wheel drive, in addition, the availability of a version with four-wheel drive. The rear-wheel drive allows a smaller turning radius than its front-wheel drive predecessor, both in the compact, long and extra-long model. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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  • Mercedes Benz Sprinter W901-905 Series (1995-2006)

    The Mercedes Benz Sprinter W901-905 Series.

    Is a light commercial vehicle was manufactured between 1995 and 2006. The denominations of the models of the first generation Sprinter are W901, W902, W903, W904 and W905, depending on the gross weight classification. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.

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