The Mercedes-Benz C-Class W201, hailed initially as a compact executive car, underwent a remarkable redesign between 1988 and 1993. Among a series of impressive redesign features, one of the striking models of the series was the 190 D 2.0 4Mt. Characteristically a sedan, this model stunningly proved its worth, presenting the world with the grandeur and durability that Mercedes-Benz stands for. Its five-seater provision comfortably accommodates families for a luxurious and safe ride. The interiors are as elegant and practical as one would expect from a Mercedes, easily striking a perfect balance between function and aesthetics.
The 190 D 2.0 4Mt model featured an engine that highlighted German engineering’s strength. With a 2.0 litre diesel engine, it included Multi-Point Fuel Injection, with an impressive inline layout within its four-cylinder engine. Each cylinder was designed with two valves, contributing to the overall smooth performance of the engine. Interestingly, the cylinder bore is 3.393 in, and the stroke cycle measures 3.276 mm. The engine’s maximum torque turnover stands at 2800 rpm, while horsepower peaks at 72, which can be achieved at 4600 rpm.
Designed for high performance, the 190 D 2.0 4Mt model possesses a power-packed drive system. The rear-wheel-drive model facilitates excellent traction and stability during rides, even at maximum speed, which can reach up to 99 mph. The acceleration is equally impressive, going from 0 to 60 M/H in 29 seconds. The car has a four-gear manual transmission that ensures precision control and engages seamlessly. Furthermore, it hosts an independent, multi-wishbone, spring, stabilizer bar in the back suspension, providing an extremely smooth and comfortable ride. To guarantee non-stop journeys, Mercedes-Benz endowed a capacity of 15 gallons to the fuel tank, winning the hearts of long trip lovers. The fuel type is diesel, promising efficiency and a quiet driving experience.