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MERCEDES-BENZ 190 (W201) cars: technical specifications, versions and trim levels
Mercedes-Benz 190 W201 cars are 5-seat rear-wheel drive saloons produced between 1982 and 1993. These cars differed from earlier brand models significantly: they were more compact and ergonomic; they were even nicknamed “Baby Benz” for their small sizes. It was the first company model with multilink rear suspension. Passive safety was at a high level: the body had crumple zones, the anti-lock braking system was offered as an option, basic trim levels could boast the driver’s airbag. Competitors offered such equipment in the same segment about 10 years later. You can always buy spare parts for Mercedes-Benz 190 W201 at an affordable price in our online-shop. Now specials on windscreen wiper blades, fuel and air filters, brake calipers and other parts are active. You can buy them with significant discounts.
Technical characteristics of Mercedes-Benz 190 W201
Length of Mercedes-Benz 190 W201 saloon was 4,430 mm, width – 1,706 mm, height – 1,361 mm. The luggage compartment capacity was 385 litres, and road clearance – 125 mm. After the 1988 facelift dimensions of most versions have changed: their length, width and height were 4,448, 1,690 and 1,375 mm respectively, and luggage compartment capacity increased to 410 litres. Versions of Evolution II series were 4,543 mm long.
Totally, 143 versions of Mercedes-Benz 190 W201 (1982–1993) were made: 61 petrol ones – before the 1988 facelift, 59 petrol and 23 diesel ones – after.
The diesel version 190 D 2.5 Turbo AT (126 hp) was among the most reliable ones. The 5-cylinder 10-valve engine was installed on it, which was famous for its durability: it could work faultlessly through 800,000 operational kilometres without any serious repair. The engine torque was just 231 N⋅m, but it was enough for the saloon to accelerate to 100 km/h in 11.5 seconds. It is rather slow, if compared to some petrol versions, but due to small fuel consumption (about 6 litres per 100 km on a highway, 8.5 litres in an urban area, and 7.5 litres in a combined cycle) advantages of the 190 D 2.5 Turbo AT for most drivers were clear. The loading capacity of the saloon was 500 kg. Brake discs were installed both on the front and rear car axles.
Trim levels of 190 W201
Apart from the basic trim, the Sportline package was offered for Mercedes-Benz 190 W201 cars. Also, the saloon was produced in limited series Limited Edition, Berlin 2000, Avantgarde, Evolution I, Evolution II, Primavera, DTM '92, each one having its own variant of body paint, interior trimming and equipment.
The basic trim level of the saloon was notable for wide range of equipment. The hydraulic power steering and heated washer nozzles were a standard equipment. For an extra charge one could order the electric sunroof, leather cabin trimming and wooden finish for the central console. The air-conditioner and electric adjustable front seats were also offered as additional options.