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tyre sizes by car Mercedes 190
  • Sedan W201
tyre sizes by car Mercedes A-Class
  • Hatchback W168
  • Hatchback W169
  • Hatchback W176
  • Hatchback W176 FL
  • Hatchback Long W168
tyre sizes by car Mercedes AMG GT
  • Coupe C190
  • Roadster C190
tyre sizes by car Mercedes B-Class
  • Sports Tourer W246
  • Sports Tourer W246 FL
  • Van W245
tyre sizes by car Mercedes C-Class
  • Cabrio C205
  • Coupe C205
  • Coupe W203
  • Coupe W204
  • Estate 205K
  • Estate W202
  • Estate W203
  • Estate W204
  • Sedan W202
  • Sedan W203
  • Sedan W204
  • Sedan W205
tyre sizes by car Mercedes Citan
  • Combi I
tyre sizes by car Mercedes CL
  • Coupe W140
  • Coupe W215
  • Coupe W216
tyre sizes by car Mercedes CLA
  • Coupe C117 FL
  • Sedan C117
  • Shooting Brake C117
  • Shooting Brake C117 FL
tyre sizes by car Mercedes CLC
  • Coupe W203
tyre sizes by car Mercedes CLK
  • Cabrio W208
  • Cabrio W209
  • Coupe W208
  • Coupe W209
tyre sizes by car Mercedes CLS
  • Coupe C218
  • Coupe C218 FL
  • Coupe C219
  • Shooting Brake C218
  • Shooting Brake C218 FL
tyre sizes by car Mercedes E-Class
  • All-Terrain S213
  • Cabrio A238
  • Cabrio W124
  • Cabrio W212
  • Cabrio W212 FL
  • Coupe C238
  • Coupe W124
  • Coupe W212
  • Coupe W212 FL
  • Estate S213
  • Estate W124
  • Estate W210
  • Estate W211
  • Estate W212
  • Estate W212 FL
  • Sedan W124
  • Sedan W210
  • Sedan W211
  • Sedan W212
  • Sedan W212 FL
  • Sedan W213
tyre sizes by car Mercedes G-Class
  • Cabrio W463
  • Off-roader W463
  • Off-roader Long W463
  • Terrain W460
  • Terrain W461
tyre sizes by car Mercedes GLA
  • SUV X156
  • SUV X156 FL
tyre sizes by car Mercedes GLC
  • Coupe I
  • SUV I
tyre sizes by car Mercedes GL-Class
  • SUV X164
  • SUV X166
tyre sizes by car Mercedes GLE
  • Coupe C292
  • SUV W166
tyre sizes by car Mercedes GLK-Class
  • SUV X204
tyre sizes by car Mercedes GLS
  • SUV I
tyre sizes by car Mercedes Maybach
  • Sedan X222
  • Sedan X222 FL
tyre sizes by car Mercedes M-Class
  • SUV W163
  • SUV W164
  • SUV W166
tyre sizes by car Mercedes R-Class
  • Van W251
tyre sizes by car Mercedes S-Class
  • Cabrio W222
  • Coupe C126
  • Coupe W222
  • Sedan W126
  • Sedan W140
  • Sedan W220
  • Sedan W221
  • Sedan W222
  • Sedan W222 FL
tyre sizes by car Mercedes SL
  • Cabrio W129
  • Cabrio W230
  • Roadster R231
  • Roadster R231 FL
tyre sizes by car Mercedes SLC
  • Cabrio R172
tyre sizes by car Mercedes SLK
  • Cabrio R170
  • Cabrio R171
  • Cabrio R172
tyre sizes by car Mercedes SLR
  • Coupe 199
  • Roadster 199
tyre sizes by car Mercedes SLS AMG
  • Coupe I
tyre sizes by car Mercedes Sprinter
  • LAV II
  • Van I
  • Van I FL
  • Van II
tyre sizes by car Mercedes Vaneo
  • Van W414
tyre sizes by car Mercedes V-Class
  • Marco Polo W447
  • Van W447
  • Van W638
tyre sizes by car Mercedes Viano
  • Van W639
tyre sizes by car Mercedes Vito
  • LAV W447
  • LAV W638
  • Mixto W447
  • Tourer W447
  • Van W638
  • Van W639
tyre sizes by car Mercedes X-Class
  • Pick-Up I

Mercedes

Beginning. Mercedes-Benz brand was founded in 1926 with the merger of Mercedes and Benz. Mercedes name comes from the daughter of Emil Jellinek, an Austrian entrepreneur, one of the founders of the company. Yet in 1898 he began to sell cars Daimler. Jellinek also competed in races under the pseudonym Mercedes. In 1900 it was decided to construct a new engine, which had the name "Daimler-Mercedes". The first agreement on joint action between Benz & Cie.. Karl Benz and Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft founded by Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach was signed in 1924. In 1926, Benz & Cie.. Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft and officially merged to form Daimler-Benz AG, deciding at the same time to produce vehicles under the common brand Mercedes-Benz.

Development. In the 50s was one of the most famous sports car Mercedes-Benz - 300 SL, which had a door opened up. The twentieth century was a period of production of Mercedes-Benz, which have become cult cars. Recall produced in the years 1951-1962 the luxury Adenauer, popularly known as the Mercedes 180 Ponton (1953-1962) and the W116 model of 1972 which is the first generation S-class of the seventies is also a Mercedes W123 ("barrel") formed in the years 1975-1986 . The eighties marked the debut stand "baby" Benz or a model 190, which was built in the years 1982-1993 and was replaced by the class C. Two years after the 190 debuted well known in our model 124, which was built until 1997. When it came time for the 210, in 2002, it replaced the version of the 211, and in 2009 the 212th These models are referred to as class E.

Today. In 1998, after the purchase of a majority stake by the American company Chrysler company changed its name to DaimlerChrysler. Mercedes had greater access to the U.S. market, and the Americans were counting on the transfer of technology from the Germans. Alliance lasted until 2007, when it was due to poor financial performance of Daimler sold its shares in Chrysler. Since then, the company called Daimler AG. Today the collection includes a set of 550 vehicles. Among them is 350 cars, 140 cars and 60 race vehicles from Mercedes-Benz and its predecessor: Benz and Daimler.

Contribution to the automotive industry. Karl Benz, one of the founders of Mercedes Benz is one of the most important people in the history of the automotive industry. In 1878 he built a two-stroke internal combustion engine (later four). He is the creator of such vehicle components such as the clutch, carburetor, spark plug, differential, gearbox, radiator water. Mercedes cars are known for their quality, innovation and safety.

Trivia. In 1885, Karl Benz built the first three-wheeled vehicle with a combustion engine and an electric ignition. Interestingly, the public initially laughed at the idea, but the work continued Benz. Model 770, called the Grosser Mercedes, a luxury limousine used such by Adolf Hitler. Mercedes 260D produced since 1936 was the world's first serial car with a diesel engine.

Models produced today: Mercedes A Class (W169), Mercedes CLK Class (C209), Mercedes C Class (W204) Mercedes C Class Estate (S204), Mercedes CLC Class (C204), Mercedes CLK Class (C209) CLS-Class Mercedes (C219), Mercedes E-Class (W212), Mercedes E-Class Estate (S212), Mercedes CL Class (W216) Mercedes S Class (W221), Mercedes CL Class (W216), Mercedes SL Class (R230) Mercedes SLK Class (R171), the Mercedes SL Class (R230) Mercedes G Class (W463), Mercedes GLK Class (X204) Mercedes M Class (W164), Mercedes R-Class (W251), the Mercedes SLS AMG (C197).

Tires. Mercedes is one of the most recognizable brands in the world. Models of this brand are equipped with standard tires all the leading tire manufacturers in the world. Let us list a few examples: Dunlop SP Sport 01 (Mercedes CLS and the E-430 AMG), SP Sport 9000 (E-340 AMG, ML55, ML320, ML320/500, S340, SL500/SL600) Grandtrek TG35 (ML320, ML 430) , Yokohama ADVAN Sport V103 MO (Mercedes AMG CL63/65), ADVAN Sport V103 MO (Mercedes AMG ML 63), ADVAN Sport V103S MO (Mercedes C63 AMG), Geolandar G038G (Mercedes G500) and the AVS S / T V801 (Mercedes AMG G55), tires Bridgestone Ecopia series (Mercedes-Benz C-class, SLK and E), Pirelli P Zero Rossa (Class C, E)