The Mercedes-Benz E-Class W124 redesign that spanned from 1987 to 1993 brought a sleek and stylish offering in the market that greatly appealed to the lovers of the brand and the car industry at large. The elegance and timeless design of this luxury coupe combined innovation, comfort, and safety features in a vehicle that ultimately stood the test of time. This E-Class Coupe, specifically the E 300 AT trim, accommodated four persons and offered the esteemed rear-wheel drive system thereby enhancing its overall driving experience.
Brimming with elegance, under the hood of this beautiful beast lay an inline sixmercedes-benz-a-class-w168-1997-2001-aicontent/” title=”[aicontent] Write this as a title "Mercedes-Benz A-Class W168 (1997 – 2001)"[/aicontent]”>-cylinder gasoline engine. The configuration was such that there were two valves per cylinder, making it a 12-valve machine. The multi-point fuel injection system added to the efficiency and overall performance of the vehicle. The cylinder bore in of 3.432-inch paired with stroke cycle mm of 3.12 aided in maintaining the balance between performance and efficiency.
The E 300 AT Coupe ran on 92-grade fuel. Its transmission was automatic and had four gears allowing smooth transition and ease of handling. Its stellar performance was further indicated in its turnover of maximum torque rpm at 4400 and pumping out an impressive 180 engine horsepower at 5700 rpm. Furthermore, this Mercedes-Benz was capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in a respectable 14 seconds and boasted a top speed of 137 mph. The presence of an independent, multi wishbone, stabilizer bar back suspension further improved ride quality and handling. With a generous fuel tank capacity of 18 gallons, long rides were a breeze with this luxury coupe, indeed making it a paragon of sheer comfort and top-notch performance.