Mercedes-Benz M 200 petrol engine
|Production period:||since 2013|
|Style:||Four-cylinder in - line engine|
|Engines:||1.2 liters (1192 cm³)|
The M 200 is a gasoline engine from Mercedes-Benz , which in June 2013 in the Mercedes-Benz Citan as Citan 112 BlueEFFICIENCY came on the market. The in - line four - cylinder engine is based on the Renault- developed H5Ft engine with the sales name Energy TCe 115 .
The M 200 has a displacement of 1192 cc and direct injection with 6-hole injectors. It is equipped with four valves per cylinder , variable valve timing , double overhead camshafts, controlled oil pump and in the exhaust manifold integrated turbocharger equipped.
The internal friction to reduce both have piston skirts and drag lever with a special graphite coating ( DLC: Diamond-Like Carbon ) provided. In addition, a hydraulically tensioned, low-friction timing chain is used.
Crankcase and cylinder head are made of aluminum. With 72 mm bore and 73.2 mm stroke, the engine has a stroke ratio of 0.98. The power is given with 84 kW (114 hp) at 4500 / min and the torque with 190 Nm at 2000 to 4000 / min.
M 200 DE 12 AL
|Displacement: 1192 cc, Power: 84 kW (114 hp) at 4500 rpm, Torque: 190 Nm at 2000-4000 rpm|
|Citan 112 BlueEFFICIENCY||W 415||since 06/2013|