The Mercedes-Benz Type 201, designed by car designer Bruno Sacco and nicknamed Baby-Benz , is an entry-level sedan marketed from 1982 to 1993.
Available as Mercedes-Benz 190, it will be the first family car German manufacturer. With more than 1.8 million units, this makes it one of the most successful Mercedes-Benz models. It has been designed to appeal to a younger audience than the one targeted by existing models. Indeed, the study of the model’s aerodynamics make it an economic and sporting vehicle for the time.
In addition, the safety has not been left out since the 190 can be equipped with ABS, airbag, and the structure of the body has been studied in order to preserve the occupants inside the vehicle.
In 1989, Mercedes-Benz released the 190 EVO I to register for the German Tourism Championship DTM. According to the regulations, the brand must produce 502 road copies.
This model is created from 2.5 16s, has a four-cylinder in-line engine, 16 valves, displays a power of 204 horsepower at 6,750 rpm (195 horsepower at 6,800 rpm for the catalyzed version) and slaughter the 0-100 km / h in 7.5 seconds (7.7 seconds for the catalyzed version). It develops a torque of 240 Nm between 5 000 and 5 500 rpm (235 Nm between 5 000 and 5 500 rpm for the catalyzed version), its maximum speed is 235 km / h (230 km / h for the catalyzed version).
The Ad that caught our attention is this MERCEDES 190 E 2.5-16 EVOLUTION 1 put into circulation on October 4, 1989, one of 502 copies produced, displaying only 107 971 km.
Equipped with a 5-speed manual gearbox, it is described as being in perfect condition.
Sold completely in original condition with his notebook, his user manual and invoices.
It is followed by Mercedes, the latest service dating from February 2019
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