The Mercedes-Benz 200 was a variant of the W110 Second Series that debuted for the 1966 model year. The 200 replaced the Mercedes-Benz 190c, and was offered in a four door sedan body style. This series of cars was powered by Mercedes' M121 BIX engine, which was a dual-carbureted 2.0L inline four engine that generated 95hp. This powerplant drove the rear wheels via a four speed manual or optional 4 speed automatic transmission. Production of the W110 Mercedes-Benz 200 ended in 1968, with a total of 70,207 examples built before the W110 was replaced by the Mercedes-Benz E W114/W115.
Q: How many Mercedes-Benz 200 - W110s were produced?
A: 70207 Mercedes-Benz 200 - W110s were produced in total.
Q: When was the Mercedes-Benz 200 - W110 produced?
A: The Mercedes-Benz 200 - W110 was sold for model years 1966 to 1968.