The Mercedes-Benz 200 was a passenger car in the greater Mercedes-Benz Series 21 (W 21) line, an early four-door sedan with a built-on trunk that debuted in 1933 and that was offered until 1936. It replaced the Mercedes-Benz Stuttgart 200 and represented an improvement upon the Mercedes-Benz 170, with more power and interior space. The car incorporated a 40-horsepower in-line, six-cylinder engine mated to a three-speed transmission, and it had a 100mm-longer wheelbase than its 170-model sibling, measuring 2700 mm.
Subsequent iterations of the 200 model were many. One, a member of the Mercedes-Benz Series 110 (W 110 B II) line, ran from 1965 to 1968. Another, a part of the Mercedes-Benz Series 123 (W 123 V 20) line, was offered between 1976 and 1980. A third, from the same line, but with an M 102 engine, was available from 1980 to 1985. Others yet included members of the Mercedes-Benz Series 124 line (both designated W 124 V 20), which debuted in 1985 and were offered until 1990.
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