Mercedes-Benz O-319

Make & Model Family

The Mercedes-Benz O-319 entered into mass production with the L-319 in 1956 and became a symbol of the economic miracle.

At the IAA in 1955, the former Daimler-Benz AG presented the L-319 and also introduced its minibus partner, the O-319. In the following year, the vehicle with 10 to 18 seats was available in functional variants as both a line bus for commuter traffic and also tour bus versions. The top-of-the-line model with two-color paintwork, roof-edge glazing, folding sliding roof and luxury seats for ten passengers rounded out the program.

The Mercedes-Benz O-319 entered into mass production with the L-319 in 1956 and became a symbol of the economic miracle.

At the IAA in 1955, the former Daimler-Benz AG presented the L-319 and also introduced its minibus partner, the O-319. In the following year, the vehicle with 10 to 18 seats was available in functional variants as both a line bus for commuter traffic and also tour bus versions. The top-of-the-line model with two-color paintwork, roof-edge glazing, folding sliding roof and luxury seats for ten passengers rounded out the program.

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