The "Mercedes-Benz 250" nomenclature denotes several cars available between 1967 and 1985.
For one, it indicates a trio of sedans dubbed "Stroke Eight." One was a member of the greater Mercedes-Benz Series 114 (W 114 V 25) line, available between 1967 and 1972; this car had an in-line, six-cylinder engine capable of 130 horsepower, and it paired with either a four-speed or five-speed manual transmission or a four-speed automatic. The others, both 114-series also (but designated W 114 V 28), ran from 1970 to 1976, and they incorporated 2.8-liter engines with the same power and transmission specs.
Secondly, it refers to a sedan in the Mercedes-Benz Series 123 (W 123 V 25) line, which debuted in 1976 and was offered until 1985. This car had a similar engine, but it put out 129 horsepower (until late 1979, when the output rose to 140 horsepower. Transmission options for it ranged from four- and five-speed manual to four-speed auto.
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