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Mercedes-Benz N1300

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Mercedes-Benz N1300
Mercedes-Benz N1300.jpg
Overview
ManufacturerIMOSA 1963-1974
MEVOSA 1974-1980[1]
Mercedes-Benz España, SA 1980-1986
Also calledMercedes-Benz N1000
Auto-Union F1000
DKW F1000
Production1963-1986
AssemblyVitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
Body and chassis
ClassLight commercial vehicle
Body stylepanel van, minibus, flatbed
LayoutFWD layout
Powertrain
Engine0.7 L I2 two-stroke
0.8 L I2 two-stroke
0.9 L I3 two-stroke
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,500 mm (98.4 in)
Length4,395 mm (173.0 in)
Height1,950 mm (76.8 in)
Curb weight1,250–1,450 kg (2,760–3,200 lb)
Chronology
PredecessorDKW F89 L
SuccessorMercedes-Benz MB100 (Mercedes-Benz)
Volkswagen Type 2 (T3) (DKW/Auto-Union)
Volkswagen LT (DKW/Auto-Union)

The Mercedes-Benz N1300 is a light commercial vehicle designed and manufactured by the Spanish subsidiary IMOSA (Industrias del Motor SA) based in Vitoria-Gasteiz, in the Basque Country, north of Spain. Its body had its roots in the DKW F1000 L (or DKW-IMOSA F1000) van (designed by Fissore) in 1963, in three different versions: cargo van, passenger van with windows, and chassis with cab . The maximum load admitted was 1,000 kilos, plus the driver, and the maximum speed in the best conditions was 100 km/h. The DKW F1000 was the modern successor of the DKW F89 L, and in 1975 it was renamed the Mercedes-Benz N1000 and later the N1300. In 1987, it was succeeded by the Mercedes-Benz MB100.[2]

References

  1. ^ www.mercedes-benz-classic.com 1980/en Chronik 1971 (en inglés) - Consultado el 14/12/2012
  2. ^ www.euskomedia.org Mercedes-Benz España - Factoría de Vitoria - Consultado el 11/12/2012
This page was last edited on 8 September 2020, at 04:38
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