Maico MC 400/4
|Engine:||0.4 liter (11 kW)|
|Wheelbase :||2020 mm|
|Curb weight :||585 kg|
The Maico MC 400/4 is a vehicle of the manufacturer Maico from Pfäffingen . He appeared in May 1956 as the first four-seat sedan of the brand. By October 1956, some vehicles were manufactured. Larger scale production took place only with the largely identical but more powerful Maico MC 500/4 , which appeared in June 1956.The new price was 3490 DM . Between May 1956 and October 1956, 21 vehicles were built.
The two-door body in the form of a small car but offered space for four people.
Dimensions and weights
With a wheelbase of 202 cm and a track width of 120 cm at the front and 115 cm at the rear, the car was 342 cm long, 147 cm wide and 139.5 cm high. The empty weight was 585 kg, the permissible total weight 880 kg.
The water-cooled two - cylinder - two-stroke engine from Heinkel had a displacement of 396 cc and made 15 hp (11 kW). He was installed in the rear of the vehicle and drove the rear wheels via a four-speed gearbox. The top speed was 95 km / h. The fuel consumption was reported as 6 liters per 100 km