Diesel engines

Model Cylinder-
arrangement/
number
Displacement Rated output (kW at rpm)
(kW [hp] at rpm)[1]
Maximum
speed
(km/h)
Fuel consumption combined
(l/100 km)[2]
CO2 emissions
combined
(g/km)[2]
B 200 d R4 2,143 100 [136]/3,200–4,000 210 (210) x.x–x.x (x.x–x.x) xxx–xxx (xxx–xxx)
B 200 d 4MATIC R4 2,143 100 [136]/3,400–4,400 – (207) – (x.x) – (xxx–xxx)
B 220 d R4 2,143 130 [177]/3,600–3,800 – (224) – (x.x–x.x) – (xxx–xxx)
B 220 d 4MATIC R4 2,143 130 [177]/3,600–3,800 – (220) – (x.x) – (xxx–xxx)

Driving force.

Highlights of the 4-cylinder diesel engine.

The 4-cylinder direct-injection diesel engines ensure efficient driving and offer good reserves of power. Available in four power bands, they demonstrate forward-looking qualities: they boast a hefty torque and an immediate response, even in the low engine speed range.

    Figures in brackets apply to vehicles with automatic transmission.

    [1] Figures for rated output and rated torque pursuant to Directive 715/2007/EEC in the currently applicable version.

    [2] The figures shown were obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring process. These are the "NEDC CO2 values" according to art. 2 no. 1 Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153. The fuel consumption values were calculated based on these values. The electrical consumption was determined on the basis of the Directive 692/2008/EC.

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