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1993 Mercedes-Benz 300-Class Overview
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A bump in power was the big news for the 1993 Mercedes-Benz 300-class models. While retaining the 300-Class designation, several models, including the 300CE Coupe, the 300TE Wagon, and the 300CE Cabriolet, received a new 3.2-liter, inline 6-cylinder engine that produced 217 hp.
The result, many drivers have noted, were cars with plenty of power, especially at highway speeds. Matched with a responsive suspension, luxurious appointments, and timeless styling, it made for an enjoyable driving experience -- with the minor exception that there are no cup holders for that morning cup of coffee or afternoon soft drink.
A 4-speed transmission was standard across the model range, which also included 300D sedan, the 300E sedan, the TE 4-MATIC wagon, and a number of other variations. Other standard equipment included power door locks, power windows, and air conditioning. Leather seats were standard on the CE Coupe, CE Cabriolet, and E 4-MATIC Sedan, and optional on the other models. A sunroof was also available as an option across the model range.
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Mercedes-Benz 300-Class Questions
Dash Lights Want Work
Dash lights won't workj
1993 300ce Convertible Rear Side Windows Will Not Lower
rear side windows will not lower ant the soft top will not lower
Keys Locked In Trunk
Former Specialty Mechanic Shares Secrets
hey guys i just wanted to share some of the common problems that I have with my 1993 300e 2.8 (m104 engine) that happens to every car. 1. if you have a low idle speed and you car dies at traffic light...
Voltage Regulator On Benz 300e
Can the voltage regulator on the alternator of my Benz 300E be replaced without removing the alternator?