Mercedes-Benz E-Class History (Part 1): W123

The W123 Series In production between 1976 and 1985, the first Mercedes-Benz E-Class automobile differed from their predecessors in many ways. Along with Mercedes-Benz state-of-the-art features, such as the fuel tank assemblage over the rear axle to be shielded in an accident, the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class automobiles were manufactured with a larger wheelbase and exterior […] More »

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Mercedes-Benz E-Class History (Part 2): W124

The W124 Series The first officially dubbed E-Class Mercedes debuted in 1984 as the luxury executive car. The executive cars had front petrol or gasoline engines, offered with rear of 4-wheel drive. The W124’s were manufactured from 1984 to 1995 and were built to last many miles. The structure of the W124 was completely different […] More »

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Mercedes-Benz E-Class History (Part 3): W210

The W210 Series The Mercedes-Benz W210 Series was manufactured from 1995 through 2002 and  offered a saloon or station wagon body style. With a new dramatic styling, the wheelbase and length were made larger than its predecessor. In 1996, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class was Motor Trend’s Import Car of the Year.

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Mercedes-Benz E-Class History (Part 4): W211

The W211 Series The Mercedes-Benz began production of the W211 Series, the latest E-Class, in 2002 and continues until the 2009 Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland in March of 2009 when the successor, the W 212 Series, is expected to launch. The W211 was produced on the automotive premises of its predecessor, the […] More »

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Mercedes Benz History

In 1886 Karl Benz introduced the very first automobile named the Benz Patent Motor Car. The Benz car sported three-wheels and weighed about 200 lbs. The single-cylinder four-stroke engine produced 2/3 hp at 250 rpm and is considered by most to be the worlds first car. A few months later Gottlieb Daimler unveiled a four-wheeled […] More »

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