The 6/14 PS was a lower middle-class automobile manufactured by the German automotive firm Benz & Cie in 1910. It was the smallest vehicle built by the company prior to World War I.
The 6/14 PS was fitted with a 1570cc four-cylinder inline engine capable of generating 14 bhp (10.3 kW) of power at 1500 rpm. Engine power was transmitted from a multiple plate clutch to a three-speed gearbox, and from there via a propshaft to the rear wheels. The vehicle weighed between 800 and 950 kg and rode on a 2550 mm wheelbase.
This leaf-sprung vehicle with wooden spoke wheels and pneumatic tires was offered for 6000 goldmark as a double phaeton, and 7000 mark as a landaulet.
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