How much is a 1983 Mercedes 300D worth?

How much is a 1983 Mercedes 300D worth?

**Figure based on a stock 1983 Mercedes-Benz 300D valued at $8,300 with OH rates with $100/300K liability/UM/UIM limits. Actual costs vary depending on the coverage selected, vehicle condition, state and other factors.

What kind of engine does a 1987 Mercedes Benz 300D have?

The 1987 300D sedan features a 3.0-liter, six-cylinder, turbo-charged engine. This vehicle could reach a top speed of 125 miles per hour, and many are still on the road as of 2010. Mercedes transitioned the W123 engine chassis to the W124, which featured the OM603 engine style, installed in 1987 only.

How reliable are Mercedes 300d?

The 300D is a very capable and reliable engine if it is looked after properly and it can easily last more than 200,000 miles.

When did the 300D diesel engine come out?

Fits all 5 cylinder TURBO diesel engines only from 1978 to 1985 including 300D, 300CD, 300TD and 300SD. Comes complete with all gaskets only as shown in the picture. Valve stem seals, chain tensioner gasket, thermostat housing gasket, and valve cover gasket are NOT included. For 123 300D 300CD 300TD and 116 / 126 300SD 1977 to 1985.

When did Mercedes Benz start making turbodiesel cars?

Pencil glow plugs were provided on all OM617A engines. In 1978, the OM617.950 was mated with the Mercedes-Benz W116 to produce the North American market-only 300SD, the world’s first production turbodiesel sedan. These engines pre-dated the introduction of tighter emissions laws, so were not fitted with EGR.

When did Mercedes Benz change the engine size?

In August 1978 the precombustion chamber was updated to be similar to the new OM617A design for more swirl and more efficient combustion. The engine capacity was lowered to 3.0 L (2,998 cc) to satisfy engine displacement tax laws in Europe by changing the bore to 90.9 mm (3.58 in).

How big is the engine in a Mercedes Benz OM617?

OM617 Naturally Aspirated. Essentially a OM616 with an extra cylinder, it debuted in 1974 with the W115(240 3.0d) chassis. Bore and stroke was 91 mm × 92.4 mm (3.58 in × 3.64 in).