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MERCEDES BENZ 170H - W 28
In 1936, in parallel to the classical front-engine Mercedes-Benz 170 V, Daimler-Benz AG introduced the Mercedes-Benz 170 H which had the same engine as the 170 V, with an architecture derived from the one of the 130, its predecessor. The 170 H was powered by a four-cylinder 1697 cc engine with a power of 38 PS (28 kW).
The car was significantly more expensive than the 170 V (two-door sedan 170 V - 3750 RM, 170 H - 4350 RM) but offered much less room in the trunk, a much louder engine and poor handling (though it handled better than the 130). It was however more comfortably equipped and was therefore considered as a "finer" car, but sold less well than the 170 V. Apart from the sedan, there was still a convertible sedan. Production stopped in 1939 due to the War and the low demand.
Forty years later a company spokesman suggested that the car's relative lack of commercial success was caused by the rear mounting of the engine and the resulting absence of the "characteristic Mercedes-Benz tall radiator". The same spokesman was at pains to highlight the similarity of the car's overall architecture and some of its detailing to that of the later highly successful Volkswagen Beetle: it was pointed out that Dr Porsche, creator of the Volkswagen, had been chief engineer at Daimler-Benz between 1923 and 1932 when the little rear-engined Mercedes-Benz sedans were under development.
Because these cars, unlike front-engined sister models, were not widely used, and also not suitable for conversion to wood gas generator, they were not confiscated by the Wehrmacht. Therefore an above-average number of models survived in private hands without damage due to the war, but most were used to exhaustion in the early post-war years. Today, these cars remain among the rarest and most sought-after Mercedes-Benz models.
Years of production: 1935-1939
Overall production: 1507 examples
Body modifications (price in RM):
Chassis (3300 RM, 1936-39)
2-door Limousine (4350 RM, 1936-39)
2-door Cabrio-Limousine (4500 RM, 1936-39)
Engine: M28 38hp/3400rpm, straight 4-cyl, 4-stroke 1,697cc
Compression ratio: 6 : 1
Clutch: dry single plate
Length: 4200mm, width: 1580mm, height: 1600mm
Front wheel track: 1315mm
Rear track: 1270mm
Rear axle clearance: 205 mm
Turning radius: 5.7m
Gearbox: 4 speeds (4th - overdrive) + rear
Hydraulical brakes on all wheels
Weight: 1125 kg
Maximal speed: 110 km/h
Tyres: 5.00x17 inches
Fuel tank capacity: 40 + 6 L
Fuel consumption: 11 L/100km