Mercedes-Benz 190

Model Årgang Motor HK Km/t CO2
190 1993 1797 ccm 107 - -
190 E 1.7 (PT) 1993 1737 ccm 106 - -
190 1992 1795 ccm 107 - -
190 2.3 E 1992 2299 ccm 132 - -
190 E 1.8 1991 1797 ccm 108 185 -
190 1990 1796 ccm 107 - -
190 E 2.5 Evolution II 1990 2461 ccm 233 250 -
190 E 2.5 1989 2463 ccm 191 235 -
190 E 2.5 Evolution 1989 2463 ccm 202 230 -
190 E 1988 2294 ccm 130 - -
190 2.6 1987 2599 ccm 166 212 -
190 2.5D 1987 2497 ccm 90 174 -
190 E 2.3-16 1987 2299 ccm 175 - -
190 2.5 Turbo Diesel 1987 2497 ccm 122 192 -
190 E 2.3-16 Automatic 1987 2299 ccm 170 215 -
190 E 2.3 1986 2299 ccm 131 - -
190 E 2.3 1985 2299 ccm 181 232 -
190 E 2.3-16 1985 2299 ccm 182 232 -
190 E 2.3-16 Automatic 1985 2299 ccm 182 225 -
190 1983 1997 ccm 88 175 -
190 D 1983 1997 ccm 72 156 -
190 E 1983 1997 ccm 122 195 -
190 1982 1997 ccm 103 - -
190 1961 1897 ccm 90 145 -
190 D 1961 1988 ccm 60 133 -
190 SL 1959 1897 ccm 103 - -
190 SL 1958 1897 ccm 103 - -
190 SL 1957 1896 ccm 103 - -
190 SL 1956 1897 ccm 103 - -
190 1955 1897 ccm 120 - -
190 SL 1955 1897 ccm 103 - -
190 SL 1954 1897 ccm 104 172 -

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