The Mercedes-Benz E-Class W124 wagon, produced from 1993 to 1997, is a car synonymous with luxury, comfort, and reliability. The E 280 MT variant is a five-seater vehicle that boasts the performance and versatility of a wagon body type. It combines Mercedes’ tradition of engineering with a host of features that underline why the Mercedes-Benz is revered as a top-tier automobile manufacturer.
This model houses a gasoline inline six-cylinder engine that uses multipoint fuel injection. Each cylinder has 4 valves and a bore size of 3.471 inches and a stroke length of 2.847 mm. This engine is capable of producing an impressive 197 horsepower at an RPM of 5500. It achieves maximum torque at 3750 RPM. This engine capacity amounts to 0.098845217 ft3, illustrating Mercedes-Benz’s expertise in creating powerhouse engines in a compact space.
The E 280 MT is a rear-wheel-drive vehicle, further enhancing its on-road performance. It features a manual transmission with five gears, allowing drivers an engaging and interactive driving experience. Despite its substantial size as a wagon, this model can reach a max speed of 135 mph. It boasts an independent, multi-wishbone back suspension with a stabilizer bar, ensuring smooth and controlled handling even at high speeds. With a fuel tank capacity of 19 gallons and a requirement of 92-grade fuel, it demonstrates robust efficiency for a vehicle of its class.