Maico MC 500 G
|Maico 500 G|
|Body versions :||station wagon|
|Engines:||0.45 liter (13 kW)|
|Wheelbase :||1960 mm|
|Curb weight :||600 kg|
The Maico MC 500 G is a vehicle made by Maico from Pfäffingen . It was largely identical to the previous 500 G Champion . From 1955 to 1956 some vehicles were manufactured. The new price was 4295 DM . Between September 1955 and December 1956, 21 vehicles were manufactured.
The two-door combined body offered space for four people. The construction of the stern was made of wood .
Dimensions and weights
The car had a wheelbase of 196 cm and track width of 120 cm (front) and 115 cm (rear), was 340 cm long, 147 cm wide and 135 cm high. At a curb weight of 600 kg, the total permissible weight was 920 kg.
A water - cooled two - cylinder Heinkel two - stroke engine with 452 cc capacity was installed in the rear and powered by a four - speed gearbox on the rear wheels. The engine made 18 hp (13 kW). The top speed was 80 km / h. The fuel consumption was given as 5 liters per 100 km.