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Average Mercedes-Benz 220 dimensions: length by years

Mercedes-Benz 220 Sedan 1992 Dimensions: Analytics And Comparison

1992 220 (W124)

Quick notes on Mercedes-Benz 220 dimensions

    • Average 1992 Mercedes-Benz 220 length: 4740 mm
    • Average 1992 Mercedes-Benz 220 width: 1740 mm
    • Difference from world average length: +3.9%
    • Difference from world width: -3%
    • Length minus width: 3000 mm
    • 1992 Mercedes-Benz 220 length to height ratio: 3.31x
    • 1992 Mercedes-Benz 220 width and height difference: 309 mm
    • Length per passenger: 948 mm per passenger
    • 1992 Mercedes-Benz 220 width to power ratio: 12 mm/hp
    • Sizedly rating: 8 / 10
Body Length Width Height Wheelbase Weight
220 1992 Sedan 4740 mm 1740 mm 1431 mm 2800 mm 1460 kg
Body 220 1992 Sedan
Length 4740 mm
Width 1740 mm
Height 1431 mm
Wheelbase 2800 mm
Weight 1460 kg

1992 Mercedes-Benz 220 dimensions: length, width, and height

1992 Mercedes-Benz 220 dimensions are as follows:

  • length: 4740 mm / 186.6 in
  • width: 1740 mm / 68.5 in
  • height: 1431 mm / 56.3 in

    1992 Mercedes-Benz 220 dimensions: length to power ratio

    In 1992 Mercedes-Benz 220 dimensions showed such length to power ratio:

  • 220 E —31.9 hp per 1 meter

    1992 Mercedes-Benz 220 dimensions compared to world average

    The 1992 Mercedes-Benz 220 dimensions differ from world average:

  • 3.95% longer (4.74 m)
  • 3.01% narrower (1.74 m)
  • 6.23% lower (1.43 m)
  • Additional Data On 1992 Mercedes-Benz 220 (W124) Dimensions

    Vehicle Length / width / height Length to 1 Nm Length per 1 hp Engine cc to height ratio Width to fuel consumption
    220 E 4740 mm / 1740 mm / 1431 mm 22.57 Nm 32 mm per 1 hp 1.54 cc in 1 mm 64 mm to 1 mpg

    Additional Data On 1992 Mercedes-Benz 220 (W124) Dimensions

    Vehicle 220 E
    Length / width / height 4740 mm / 1740 mm / 1431 mm
    Length to width ratio 22.57 Nm
    Length per 1 hp 32 mm per 1 hp
    Engine cc to height ratio 1.54 cc in 1 mm
    Width to fuel consumption 64 mm to 1 mpg

    Mercedes-Benz 220 Sedan 1976 Dimensions: Analytics And Comparison

    1976 220 (W123)

    Quick notes on Mercedes-Benz 220 dimensions

      • Average 1976 Mercedes-Benz 220 length: 4725 mm
      • Average 1976 Mercedes-Benz 220 width: 1786 mm
      • Difference from world average length: +3.6%
      • Difference from world width: -0.4%
      • Length minus width: 2939 mm
      • 1976 Mercedes-Benz 220 length to height ratio: 3.39x
      • 1976 Mercedes-Benz 220 width and height difference: 391 mm
      • Length per passenger: 945 mm per passenger
      • 1976 Mercedes-Benz 220 width to power ratio: 32 mm/hp
      • Sizedly rating: 8 / 10
    Body Length Width Height Wheelbase Weight
    220 1976 Sedan 4725 mm 1786 mm 1395 mm 2800 mm 1340 kg
    Body 220 1976 Sedan
    Length 4725 mm
    Width 1786 mm
    Height 1395 mm
    Wheelbase 2800 mm
    Weight 1340 kg

    1976 Mercedes-Benz 220 dimensions: length, width, and height

    1976 Mercedes-Benz 220 dimensions are as follows:

  • length: 4725 mm / 186 in
  • width: 1786 mm / 70.3 in
  • height: 1395 mm / 54.9 in

    1976 Mercedes-Benz 220 dimensions: length to power ratio

    In 1976 Mercedes-Benz 220 dimensions showed such length to power ratio:

  • 220 D —11.7 hp per 1 meter

    1976 Mercedes-Benz 220 dimensions compared to world average

    The 1976 Mercedes-Benz 220 dimensions differ from world average:

  • 3.62% longer (4.73 m)
  • 0.45% narrower (1.79 m)
  • 8.58% lower (1.4 m)
  • Additional Data On 1976 Mercedes-Benz 220 (W123) Dimensions

    Vehicle Length / width / height Length to 1 Nm Length per 1 hp Engine cc to height ratio Width to fuel consumption
    220 D 4725 mm / 1786 mm / 1395 mm - 86 mm per 1 hp - -

    Additional Data On 1976 Mercedes-Benz 220 (W123) Dimensions

    Vehicle 220 D
    Length / width / height 4725 mm / 1786 mm / 1395 mm
    Length to width ratio -
    Length per 1 hp 86 mm per 1 hp
    Engine cc to height ratio -
    Width to fuel consumption -