1989 Mercedes-Benz 190E

The 1989 Mercedes-Benz 190E is a compact executive car that was produced from 1982 to 1993. It was the smallest model in the Mercedes-Benz lineup at the time. The 190E was designed as a direct competitor to the BMW 3-Series and the Audi 80.

The 1989 model year saw some upgrades to the 190E. It had improved aerodynamics and new front and rear bumpers. It also had a new engine option, a 2.6-liter inline-six that produced 164 horsepower.

The 190E was known for its build quality and safety features, which included anti-lock brakes, driver airbag, and seatbelt pretensioners. It also had a reputation for being a reliable car and was often used as taxis in Europe.

The 190E was offered in several different trims, including the base model, the 2.3-16V with a sport-tuned suspension and a high-performance engine, and the 2.5-16V Evolution II, a limited edition model with even more performance upgrades.

Today, the 190E is considered a classic and is sought after by Mercedes-Benz enthusiasts. It is also a popular choice for those who are looking for a reliable and luxurious daily driver.

By John Scott

I was born at a very young age.

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