1910→1911 Mercer Series 30

1910→1911 Mercer Series 30

1910→1911 Mercer Series 30

Mercer production began in 1910 in Trenton, New Jersey, USA with the Model 30. It featured a 30HP four-cylinder engine with a L-shaped cylinder head.
The Model 30 successfully launched the company by selling over 791 cars in their first year. The different bodystyle options included the Raceabout, Toy Tonneau and Touring.

The Model 30 successfully launched the company by selling over 791 cars in their first year. The different bodystyle options included the Raceabout, Toy Tonneau and Touring.

The 30 HP engine was sourced from the Beaver Manufacturing Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was updated in 1911 by Finley Robertson Porter to a T-head design which produced 35 HP.

In Detail

submitted by Official Galleries
type Series Production Car
production years 1910 – 1911
built at New Jersey, USA
price $ $ 2,000
engine Beaver Inline-4
position Front, Longitudinal
aspiration Natural
block material Cast Iron
displacement 4680 cc / 285.6 in³
power 22.4 kw / 30 bhp
specific output 6.41 bhp per litre
top speed ~96.54 kph / 60 mph