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5.0-Liter engines: Besides the 5.0-liter inline 8-cylinder engines Mercedes-Benz manufactured during the 1930s and 1940s, the only 5.0-liter engines built by Mercedes are in the M113 and M119 engine classes. Both the M113 and M119 engine classes are in the 90 degrees V8 style configuration.
- M119 E50 - Introduced to the Mercedes-Benz lineup in 1991, the M119 E50 engine was put into the 1991-1997 Mercedes E 500, 1991-1998 Mercedes SEL 500/ SEC 500/ S 500, 1991-1999 Mercedes SL 500, and the 1995-1999 Mercedes E 50 AMG. This naturally aspirated 5.0 V8 Mercedes engine for sale was rated at an impressive 316-349 horsepower depending upon the year and application. Furthermore, it had a compression ratio of either 10.0:1 or 11.0:1 depending on the vehicle it was used in and the year it was manufactured.
- M113 E50 - This 5.0-liter Mercedes engine debuted in the 1998 model year and has an aluminum block coupled with aluminum 3-valve single overhead cam (SOHC) cylinder heads. It also features sequential fuel injection as well as active cylinder control variable displacement technology in some of the later versions. The M113 E50 was used as a 1998-2008 Mercedes G 500 engine, 1999-2006 Mercedes S 500 engine, 1999-2006 Mercedes SL 500 engine, 2000-2006 Mercedes CL 500 engine, 2001-2008 Mercedes ML 500 engine, 2002-2006 Mercedes CLK 500 engine, 2002-2006 Mercedes E 500 engine, 2004-2006 Mercedes CLS 500 engine, and a 2006-2007 Mercedes R 500
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