Mercedes-Benz W

Model Årgang Motor HK Km/t CO2
W 123 Coupe 1982 2307 ccm - - -
W 123 Coupe 1981 2307 ccm - - -
W 123 Coupe 1980 2307 ccm - - -
W 123 Coupe 1979 2306 ccm - - -
W 123 Coupe 1978 2307 ccm - - -
W 123 Coupe 1977 2307 ccm - - -
W 111 1969 2778 ccm 157 - -
W 111 1968 2306 ccm 117 - -
W 110 Station Wagon 1965 1895 ccm 78 - -
W 110 1963 1897 ccm 78 - -
W 110 1962 1896 ccm 78 - -
W 110 1961 1897 ccm 78 - -
W 111 1959 2195 ccm 93 - -
W 136 W 196 Monoplace 1957 2497 ccm 284 - -
W 196 Monoplace 1956 2497 ccm 274 - -
W 196 R 1955 2497 ccm 275 - -
W 196 Monoplace 1955 2497 ccm 274 - -
W 136 W 196 R 1954 2496 ccm 284 - -
W 136 W 196 Monoplace 1954 2495 ccm 284 - -
W 136 1953 1767 ccm - - -
W 123 Coupe W 136 1953 1767 ccm - - -
W 136 1952 1767 ccm - - -
W 123 Coupe W 136 1952 1767 ccm - - -
W 136 1951 1767 ccm - - -
W 136 1950 1696 ccm - - -
W 136 1949 1697 ccm - - -
W 136 1948 1697 ccm - - -
W 123 Coupe W 136 1948 1697 ccm - - -
W 136 1947 1697 ccm - - -
W 136 1946 1697 ccm - - -
W 123 Coupe W 136 1946 1697 ccm - - -

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