1989 Mercedes Benz E320 W124
1989 Mercedes Benz E320 W124
|Mileage Indicated||119 352km|
|Engine||2.2 Inline 4|
Daimler-Benz crafted the Mercedes Benz W124 range spanning from 1984 to 1997. The W124 saw numerous transformations, encompassing a variety of body configurations. Benz’s creations are synonymous with flawlessness and sophistication. The engines stood out with enhanced output and elevated torque across the entire RPM range, all while achieving improved fuel efficiency. Our featured model is a genuine 4-seat convertible, exuding a sense of handsomeness in its navy-blue exterior and complementing tan interior. The harmony of these colors is simply captivating. And now, brace yourself for what’s coming next – this azure convertible retains its originality and even boasts a factory-fitted hardtop.
Under the hood of the W124 320CE resides a naturally aspirated inline 6-cylinder engine, delivering a formidable maximum torque of 310Nm (228lb.ft) at 3750rpm. The power is channeled to the rear wheels via a 5-speed manual gearbox. Delving into the chassis particulars responsible for road grip, you’ll find independent, anti-roll bar front suspension alongside a multi-link setup with an anti-roll bar at the rear. This specimen is a gem deserving a spot in your collection, surpassing contemporary offerings in both elegance and execution.
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