Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution I

Fixed price

€ 95,000.-

Car-ID: OT0232
Model, Body type:
Sedan
Registration:
1989
Engine Power:
2,463 CCM (143 KW / 195 BHP)
Transmission:
Manual transmission
Color:
Black
Doors:
4
Mileage:
91,600 km

Vehicle Description

Baby Benz with racing genes: Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution I
– 195 hp from a 2.5 litres 16-valves engine
– Originally registered in Germany in 1989
– 91.600 km only
– Part of a private Mercedes collection in the Netherlands from 2008 – 2016
– Re-registered in Germany in 2016
– Extraordinary special paint in blue-black-metallic
– Black perforated leather interior and heated front seats
– Power steel sunroof
– Becker Grand Prix cassette radio
– Recent inspection, new brakes front and rear, standard coil springs and shock absorbers fitted,
– Original EVO suspension available
– German registration + admission as historic vehicle

One of 502 examples only built for homologation purposes


The „Baby Benz” – that‘s what the Mercedes-Benz 190 of the W 201 series has come to be called affectionately. It was the company‘s advance into a new market segment, below their established luxury and mid-range models. Design for the car, which was presented in 1982 and available only as a 4-door sedan, came from Bruno Sacco. Emphasis during development was put on passive safety, lightweight design and aerodynamics: Despite its somewhat square-shape appearance, the 190 boasted a drag coefficient of 0.33. Ride quality and directional stability were improved by the purpose-built independent multilink rear suspension. The model range comprised entry-level cars with 66 kW (90 hp) as well as motorsport homologation vehicles like the Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II with up to 173 kW (235 hp) of power. The W201 saw two model facelifts in 1988 and 1991, and sales had reached a total figure of nearly 1.9 million units by the time production was halted in 1993 after the introduction of the first C-Class (W202). Unforgotten are the 190’s successes in motorsport, most notably Klaus Ludwig‘s victory of the German Touring Car Championship in 1992 with his Evo II.

Vehicle Overview

Interior Features

  • Black
  • Leather

Exterior Features

  • Black
  • Metallic

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