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Mercedes-Benz 200/Mercedes-Benz 200T/Mercedes-Benz 200D/Mercedes-Benz 200TD/Mercedes-Benz 200E/Mercedes-Benz 200TE/Mercedes-Benz 200CE/Mercedes-Benz 220E/Mercedes-Benz 220TE/Mercedes-Benz 220CE/Mercedes-Benz 230E/Mercedes-Benz 230TE/Mercedes-Benz 230CE/Mercedes-Benz 250D/Mercedes-Benz 250TD/Mercedes-Benz 260E/Mercedes-Benz 280E/Mercedes-Benz 280TE/Mercedes-Benz 300E/Mercedes-Benz 300TE/Mercedes-Benz 300CE/Mercedes-Benz 320E/Mercedes-Benz 320TE/Mercedes-Benz 320CE/Mercedes-Benz 400E/Mercedes-Benz 500E (W124/S124/C124/A124). 1984–93 (prod. 2,058,777 for saloons; 340,503 for T-Modell; 33,968 cabriolet; all incl. W124 E-Klasse). 4-door saloon, 4-door LWB saloon, 5-door estate, 2-door coupé, 2-door convertible. F/R, F/A, 1997, 2299 cm³ petrol, 1997 cm³ diesel (I4 OHC), 1997, 2199 cm³ (I4 DOHC), 2497 cm³ diesel (I5 OHC), 2996 cm³ diesel, 2599, 2960 cm³ petrol (I6 OHC), 2799, 2960, 3199 cm³ (I6 DOHC), 4196, 4973 cm³ (V8 DOHC). More aerodynamic and efficient staple Mercedes-Benz range, larger with the introduction of the W201. Multi-link axle at rear, shared with smaller car. Considered one of the most reliable Mercedes-Benz models (though W123 was more bulletproof) and some quality issues at the very beginning. Good performance and handling. Gear change slow; road noise was one of its drawbacks. Four-wheel-drive models dubbed 4Matic, from 1986. All models fuel-injected with the exception of base 200. Porsche cooperation on suspension and chassis design on 500E. Facelifted in 1993 when the cars became the E-Klasse (q.v.). Formed the basis of the Ssangyong Chairman (1997–2013).


Manufacturing locations: Bremen, Germany; Sindelfingen, Germany; Rastatt, Germany; Zuffenhausen, Germany

Marque: Mercedes-Benz | Predecessor: Mercedes-Benz W123 | Successor: Mercedes-Benz E-Klasse (W124)





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