Mercedes-Benz isn't known for fooling around when it comes to engine design. The company has produced some of the most well-developed — and memorable — engines of the modern automotive era. When the company launched its first V-6 engines in its history — until then, all Mercedes 6-cyl. engines had been of inline configuration — the industry took a keen notice. So did Ward's, naming the 3.2L SOHC V-6 as a 10 Best Engines winner in 1998, its first year of availability; the engine again won a ...

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