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Mercedes-Benz 220

Mercedes-Benz 220 (Germany, 1958-1960)

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Mercedes-Benz W 111/112: 1959 - 1968

The six-cylinder models were replaced by three entirely new models in 1959. Mercedes marketed them with the slogan: “The new six-cylinders – in a class of their own.” These were the 220 b, 220 Sb and 220 SEb.

The new model series offered improved passive safety, incorporating for the first time in a production car the Barényi-patented rigid passenger cell with front and rear crumple zones. In August 1961, the new premium-class 300 SE model was introduced. Four-speed automatic transmission and the newly developed power steering were available, the standard equipment also included air suspension – featured for the first time in a Mercedes-Benz passenger car and offering a combination of sporty ride characteristics together with suspension comfort.



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