The Mercedes-Benz 300SEL was a variant of the W108/W109 S-Class that debuted for the 1966 model year. The 300 SEL was built on the longer W109 platform, and was initially powered by Mercedes' M189 engine, which was a 3.0L inline six unit. For the 1968 model year, the M189 engine was replaced by the M130 engine, which was a 2.8L inline six. Both engines generated 168hp, which was sent to the rear wheels via a standard 4 speed manual or optional 4 speed automatic transmission. Production of the W108/W109 300SEL ended in 1970, with a total of 4,888 examples built.
Q: How many Mercedes-Benz 300SEL - W108 / W109s were produced?
A: 4888 Mercedes-Benz 300SEL - W108 / W109s were produced in total.
Q: When was the Mercedes-Benz 300SEL - W108 / W109 produced?
A: The Mercedes-Benz 300SEL - W108 / W109 was sold for model years 1966 to 1970.