Mercedes-Benz M282 petrol engine
|Production period:||since 2018|
|Style:||In-line engine , four-cylinder|
|Engines:||1.4 liters (1332 cm³)|
|Previous model:||M 270|
The M 282 is a four-cylinder - petrol engine of Daimler AG and was in cooperation with Renault-Nissan developed. It is the successor to the 1.6-liter variant of the M 270 and is initially offered in the A-Class ( W 177 ) . The engine is being manufactured by MDC Power GmbH at the Kölleda plant and, in future, by the Beijing plant.
The displacement of the four-cylinder in - line engine is 1332 cc with a bore of 72.2 mm and a stroke of 81.4 mm, with a cylinder spacing of 85 mm. The compression ratio is 10.6. The components of the engine body is contributed by Renault.The four valves per cylinder ( four-valve technology ) are two overhead by a timing chain driven camshaft controlled.In the A 200 in conjunction with the dual-clutch transmission (7G DCT transmission for 2000 euros extra charge), Mercedes-Benz is using cylinder deactivation in the partial-load range for the first time in a four-cylinder engine . At low load demand in the range of 1250 to 3800 rpm, the inlet and outlet valves of the second and third cylinders are closed via a valve lift adjustment.
Due to its special shape, the cylinder head is referred to by the manufacturer as a delta cylinder head . The multi-hole injection nozzles are arranged centrally in the combustion chamber.An injection high-pressure pump with a maximum of 250 bar is used.
The engine has an exhaust gas turbocharger with an electric bypass valve actuator .Behind the turbine of the turbocharger first a three-way catalyst is used. The engine has a particulate filter as standard .
M 282 DE 14
|Capacity: 1332 cc, power: 80 kW (109 hp) at 5000 rpm, torque: 180 Nm at 1375 rpm|
|A 160||W 177||since 06/2018|
|Displacement: 1332 cc, Power: 100 kW (136 hp) at 5000 rpm, Torque: 200 Nm at 1460/ Min|
|A 180||W 177||since 06/2018|
|B 180||W 247||from 2019|
|Capacity: 1332 cc, power: 120 kW (163 hp) at 5500 rpm, torque: 250 Nm at 1620-4000 rpm|
|A 200||W 177||since 05/2018|
|B 200||W 247||from 2019|