What years are W124?

2019-07-11 by No Comments

What years are W124?

The W 124 followed the 123 series from 1984 and was succeeded by the W 210 E-Class (saloons, estates, rolling chassis) after 1995, and the C 208 CLK-Class (coupés, and cabriolets) in 1997. In North America, the W124 was launched in early November 1985 as a 1986 model and marketed through the 1995 model year.

How many Mercedes W124 were built?

Acknowledged by Mercedes-Benz as one of its “over-engineered” cars, the W124 series was offered as a Saloon, Estate, Coupé, long-wheelbase version and Convertible. More than 2.7 million units were produced between 1984 and 1997, a testimony to the W124’s success.

What should I look for when buying a W124?

Brake hard and check for judder (front discs may be warped). Look for oil leaks underneath. Avoid 4-Matic unless you really need a large four-wheel-drive saloon car. Make sure autobox works in both ‘E’ and ‘S’, feel for ‘slip’, check colour of ATF (should be dark red), listen for diff rumble.

Why do Mercedes start with W?

The W stands for Wagen, meaning car in German. The number is the project number – W11 – meaning the 11th Mercedes @F1 car born in Brackley!

What was the best Mercedes ever built?

The 10 Best Mercedes-Benz Cars of All Time

  • 1954 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing.
  • 2010 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG.
  • 1937 Mercedes-Benz 540 K Special.
  • 1983 Mercedes-Benz 190E Cosworth.
  • 2011 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG.
  • 1963 Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman.
  • 2004 Mercedes-Benz CLS.
  • 1979 Mercedes-Benz Gelandewagen (G-Class)

When did the Mercedes Benz S124 come out?

Mercedes-Benz introduced their W124 based wagons for the 1986 model year. This series of wagons are known as the S124 range. The Mercedes-Be… Mercedes-Benz introduced their W124 based wagons for the 1986 model year. This series of wagons are known as the S124 range.

What kind of body does Mercedes Benz W124 have?

The range included numerous body configurations, and though collectively referred to as the W-124, official internal chassis designations varied by body style: saloon ( W 124 ); estate ( S 124 ): coupé ( C 124 ): cabriolet ( A 124 ): limousine ( V 124 ): rolling chassis ( F 124 ); and long-wheelbase rolling chassis ( VF 124 ).

What’s the difference between a Mercedes 124 and a Mercedes C?

A two-door coupé version was also built, with the chassis designation C124. In 1989, the 124 series received its first facelift. Most notable difference between the 1984 to 1988 models and the post 1989 models are the so-called “Sacco planks”. These are body trim parts mounted on the lower portions of the doors.

Is the W124 Mercedes E Class A van?

Although it was the most stylish, the W124 wasn’t the biggest estate of its era. The van-like Volvo 740 / 940 had it beaten, seats up or down. But its blend of space and style is one that Skoda seems to be attempting with the vast Superb wagon, which is more commodious than either the V90 or current E-Class.