1992 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.5D Auto

SOLD £1,710

Well cared for car with considerable expenditure in 2018; driven 100+ miles to the sale; nice number

The  Mercedes W201 190 series marked the introduction of a smaller, more affordable car into a new market segment for Mercedes. Still engineered as if hued from a block of granite, it was a huge success, with 1.8 million produced between 1982 and April 1993.

This 1992 example has the 2,497cc naturally aspirated five-cylinder diesel mated to an automatic gearbox. Its attractive dark red paintwork remains in good order bar a few areas with lacquer issues and the wheel arches are presentable.

There are eight old MOTs, its current test expiring in July 2021 and showing no advisories. A notebook details considerable service work in 2018 (at 145,001 miles) which included new front discs and pads, new front shock absorbers, new front springs, a new exhaust and a replacement heater motor. In addition, refurbed alloy wheels were fitted with new tyres, wiper blades added and a gearbox service with fresh oils and filters. The back axle oil was replaced as were the fuel filters and engine oils. Finally new discs and pads were fitted to the rear and the car carefully undersealed.

Complete with its nice registration number J6 JFS, this very well preserved and recently serviced 190E has worn its 151,891 miles extremely well and in all probability has yet to reach its half-life.

On offer at No Reserve, it will give its new owner all of the Mercedes-Benz virtues of quality-build and dependablitly with decent economy into the bargain.

For more information - contact Matthew Parkin 07813 936698








Reg No: J6JFS
Chassis Number: WDB2011262F992627
Engine Number: 60291122022312
Engine Size: 2497
Docs: Handbook; notes; old MOTs and bills

Lot 3

Lot ended

Thursday 13/08/2020

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

Not Sold

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