The Mercedes-Benz E-Class, specifically the W124 generation, is a well-regarded and widely respected model in the motoring world. This generation had a redesign, making it a prominent part of the brand line up from 1993 to 1997. The series we are looking at is the Cabriolet, specifically the E 320 5At, a model that offers an enviable blend of luxury, performance, and presence.
The Cabriolet E 320 5At is a 4-seater Convertible, a design that embodies elegance and sophistication. Under the hood, resides an inline 6-cylinder gasoline engine with multi-point fuel injection. Each cylinder houses 4 valves, ensuring smooth and efficient performance. The engine specifications also include a cylinder bore of 3.471 inches and a stroke cycle of 3.276mm. This robust engine churns out an impressive 220 HP at 5500 RPM and all that power is managed efficiently by a 5-speed automatic transmission.
The E 320 5At doesn’t just score high on performance but also on handling, thanks to its rear-wheel-drive configuration. It possesses an independent, multi wishbone, stabilizer bar back suspension, guaranteeing ride comfort and stable handling, even at high speeds. The car can store up to 18 gallons of fuel, running on grade 92 fuel. The performance aspects, dynamic build, and technologically advanced elegant aesthetics make this model a coveted Cabriolet in its time and even today among car enthusiasts.