1994 MERCEDES E320
Interior: Navy (Leather)
This very nice Mercedes E320, and is one you don’t want to miss.
Same owner for many years. Very nice driver with a very strong engine and transmission. Original books and spare tire with tools.
Some receipts showing all the work and the new installed soft top. There are some minor cosmetic issues known to exist with the E320 such as some interior plastic trims. But overall, you will agree this is a very nice car with a very nice paint and beautiful leather interior.
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The W124 is a mid-sized vehicle platform, which entered planning in the autumn of 1976 under development Hans Scherenberg.
With the exception of the 200, which was equipped with a Stromberg or Pierburg carburetor but was not available to the United States, fuel injection was standard, and the engines incorporated features that maximised performance.
The most notable such feature was the addition of an oxygen sensor in the exhaust system which, in conjunction with a semi-electronic fuel injection system, could make the engine run more efficiently. This improved fuel consumption while simultaneously meeting stricter emission regulations. Mercedes-Benz’s four-wheel drive system, the 4Matic was first introduced on the W124 in 1987.
Mercedes launched a cabriolet (convertible) version in Europe in 1991, the 300CE-24 cabriolet, and in the UK (RHD) and Japan (LHD). The 320CE, and North America, the 300CE, in 1992. These versions were re-designated as the E 320 in 1993, complemented by the less powerful, but less expensive E 220 in 1993, and the mainland-Europe-only E 200 in 1994.
Mercedes brought the E 320 cabriolet (convertible) to the USA and Japan from 1993 to 1995. There were 68 E 36 AMG cabriolets built from 1993 until 1996 (54 LHD and 14 RHD) to complement the also rare E 36 AMG coupé, saloon (RHD only), and estate. The pre-merger AMG coupés are based on the 124 series 2 update.
The AMG 3.4 CE (300CE-24 based coupé) were all LHD, 25 were produced from 1988 until 1993. There were also 7 cabriolets built, and eleven saloons (and possibly estates). AMG Japan also carried out such conversions locally.
The Mercedes E320, E 220, and E 200 cabriolets ceased production in 1997.