Mercedes-Benz 190-Class Model Overview
Mercedes-Benz 190-Class Cars
How Reliable Is The 2.2l Diesel?
I just picked up/inherited a 1985 190d 2.2l that runs rough... is the 2.2 worth investing the money to have repaired? I've heard the 2.5 is far more reliable.
What Year Did Mercedes Start Using A Computer System?
This isn't actually about a particular model. I just want to find out when Mercedes started using computer systems. I'm trying to find an older used model without any fancy gadgets that my husband can...
What Would Cause My 93 190 E 2,6 L To Stall And Die At Intersections?
It just sutters and stops running.
Put Gas In Carb,cranks But Will Not Continue To Run
Mercedes 190e 1986
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Mercedes-Benz 190-Class Overview
The 190-Class was the smallest and least expensive Mercedes-Benz sedan available during the years 1990 to 1993. Nicknamed the "Baby Benz," it was built in an effort to extend the mass appeal of the Mercedes brand and was available in a number of different configurations, with both gas and diesel engines.
The two standard versions were offered with either a 2.6-liter 6-cylinder or a 2.3-liter 4-cylinder engine. The list of standard equipment included antilock brakes, a driver's-side airbag, air conditioning, and power windows and door locks.
Trim packages included a Sportline edition, available in 1992, as well as Limited Edition packages, which were available in 1993. Features of these editions included special alloy wheels, a sunroof, leather seats, and special badging.