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What is the biggest Mercedes diesel engine?

What is the biggest Mercedes diesel engine?

The Mercedes-Benz S 400 d with 250 kW (340 hp) and 700 Nm is the most powerful series production car diesel engine ever offered by Mercedes-Benz (combined fuel consumption: 5.2 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 135 g/km).

Is Mercedes diesel claim real?

Yes, the Mercedes diesel claim is real. Thousands of UK Mercedes owners have already signed up to claim compensation for Mercedes alleged installation of “defeat devices”. The claim itself is similar to the original Volkswagen Dieselgate claim, which is likely to conclude this year.

How many miles will a Mercedes E320 CDI last?

Mercedes-Benz is a leader among diesel producers, which makes it fitting that its new E320 CDI is now a world record holder. The advanced V6 set world record times over 100,000 km, 50,000 miles (80,467 km), 60,000 miles (96,560 km) and 100,000 miles (160,934 km), without technical difficulties.

How many miles will a Mercedes diesel last?

Experts say the diesel engine could last 300,000 miles, and in some cases 500,000 miles. And the mild California climate means the body won’t rust. But there is one thing that that will keep this car trouble-free for thirty years.

Can I claim against Mercedes diesel myself?

Mercedes are under investigation for allegedly fitting illegal emission defeat (or cheat) devices to hundreds of thousands of their diesel cars and vans. If you ever owned or leased a Mercedes diesel car or van, first registered between 2009 and 2018, then you may be able to claim.

How much compensation will Mercedes owners get?

Having said this, in a similar case in the US, Mercedes has reportedly agreed to pay $2.2 billion to customers as part of a settlement deal, with each owner receiving thousands in compensation. Mercedes customers who owned more than one eligible vehicle can also lodge multiple claims.

What’s the best upgrade for my OM642?

We won’t be swayed by popular OM642 upgrades, they need to be cost effective. The clear stand out winner would be a remap, pushing power to around 300hp, the engines can cope with figures approaching 400hp, but you should really start looking at internal engine mods at that level.

Why is the AFM/map restricted on my OM642?

It is common that there is a restriction in the air flow sensor AFM/MAP on the OM642 when considerably more air is being drawn into the engine. You’ll see that 4 bar air sensors coping with quite large power gains, whereas the OEM air sensor sapped torque at a much lower level.

How to increase the torque on a OM642?

Big valve conversions on the OM642, doing some port work and head flowing will also boost torque, the fantastic side effect is it will permit increasing the torque increase on other modifications.

Is there a thread dedicated to the Jeep OM642 CRD engine?

I think it’s time we have a thread dedicated to all things performance and improvement modifications for the Jeep OM642 CRD engine. This will be helpful to have all the modifications we have done to improve upon the design, performance, and reliability of the drivetrain in one thread.

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