For Sale or Trade Well maintained 190 from a local estate. Finished in silver with complimentary blue interior. Recent mechanical recommissioning performed. 85,285 miles on the odometer. Automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes. VIN: WDBDA24D9GF251791. There are a few minor issues: the heater works to warm the car, but the heater fan is inoperable; the drivers seat motor works to adjust forward and back, but the passenger seat motor is inoperable. The driver door window works, but sometimes can run slowly This example is one of Mercedes Benz's most popular cars of its era--smart-looking, peppy, and reliable. The 190’s elegantly simple Sacco-designed shape was not only attractive but also offered a 0.33 coefficient of drag while still seating four adults comfortably. A smooth ride was ensured thanks to a five-link suspension developed specifically for the 190. By the time production ended in 1993 almost 1.8 million examples had been produced with a dizzying assortment of engines for the multitude of markets in which it was sold. Initial engine choices in 1982 were 2-liter diesel and gas powerplants that were followed a year later by 2.2-liter diesel and a 113-horsepower 2.3-liter gas mill, the latter used for North American-bound cars in 1983. This 2.3 motor received mild increases in horsepower throughout its life in both federal and non-federal spec, and was later joined by a 164-horsepoewr 2.6-liter inline-six that was also a popular option in North America.
1986 Mercedes 190E--SOLD (Connecticut) - $0
|Instruments||Becker Grand Prix AM/FM|
|Steering Wheel||Power Steering|
|Engine||2.3 Liter 4 cylinder|