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1992 Mercedes-Benz 500-Class Overview
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For 1992, Mercedes-Benz expanded its 500-Class to include two new sedans, the 500E and the 500SEL, in addition to the 500SL roadster. While the SL was virtually unchanged from previous years, its 5.0-liter, 322-hp V8 engine was transplanted to the two new sedans, creating a powerful and more functional lineup.
The 500E had a wheelbase of 110.2 inches, while the SEL stretched that out to 123.6 inches, giving drivers a number of options in the model line. Naturally, there was no skimping on luxury options for any of the 500-Class cars. Standard features across the line included leather seats, power windows, power door locks, anti-lock brakes, and airbags for the driver and passenger. Other features included cruise control, an anti-theft alarm system, 16-inch wheels, rear window defroster, traction control, intermittent windshield wipers, automatic climate control, and headlight cleaners.
In addition, the 500E and 500SEL both included a self-leveling suspension, while the 500E had a power rear seat and the 500SEL had a power rear sunshade and special factory paint.
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Mercedes-Benz 500-Class Questions
My Low Bean First Went Out Then My High Beams. Is It The Switch?
I turned on my head lights and got nothing, although the high beams worked. I retried and the low beams and high beam worked. Now neither will work. Fuses are good and all wiring appears to be in or...
Headlight Only Low Beam
Headlights only work on low beam.
I Have A 92 Mercedes-benz 500sl And I Wanted To Know How To Calibrate The T...
92 500 Sel--is There Any Way To Keep The Shocks Quiet? Especialy When Cold,...
anyway to keep the shocks quiet without replcacing them?