1993 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.6

The Mercedes-Benz 190E gets a lot of love here at GCFSB, whether it is the 2.3-16 or the more luxury oriented 2.6. Following on to the 190E 2.6 5-speed that sold rather quickly last week, here is a final year 2.6 automatic with 68,000 miles for sale in Texas.

1993 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.6 on eBay

1993 Arctic White Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.6. 1-Owner, with only 68,417 original miles and palomino MB Tex interior. Beautiful Mercedes that is in well above average condition inside and out for the year and mileage. This vehicle has been adult owned, driven and garage kept its whole life. In addition, we have all the original owner’s manuals. This Mercedes has numerous features including: power sunroof, 4-Speed automatic transmission, power passenger seat, 2.6L I6 engine, 4-Wheel ABS brakes, wood trim interior, power windows and much more. This is a true find.

This vehicle is in well above average condition both inside and out for the year and mileage. The exterior is in above average condition for they ear and mileage. The wheels are in good condition, and the tires are brand new. The interior of this vehicle is in above average condition for the year and mileage. This Mercedes was owned by a NON-smoker. Mechanically, all systems are functional. It drives and looks fantastic. In addition, it has passed our high standard 100-point inspection.

At $7,995, I’d say this car is priced in the ballpark. True, you can get a later C class with more modern features and similar mileage for the same money. But if you are basing a used purchase solely on how new the car is, this 190E isn’t for you. This W201 represents everything from the modern classic (or “youngtimer,” as the Germans would call it) era that made Mercedes-Benz great: over the top build quality, timeless design and the durability that would see you through for hundreds of thousands of miles.


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  1. Nice car looks just like mine.

  2. The dealer is taking the buyer to the cleaners, with a “inventory tax”, “documentary fee” and “administrative fee”.

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