Mercedes Benz 190E 2.5L Cosworth European Spec Excellent Condition

Price: US $34,995.00 Item location: Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Mercedes-Benz
  • Model: 190-Series
  • Trim: 190E Cosworth 2.5L
  • Year: 1989
  • Mileage: 113,462
  • VIN: 00000000000000000
  • Engine size: 2.5L
  • Drive type: RWD
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1989 Mercedes-Benz 190-Series

1989 Mercedes Benz 190E Cosworth 2.5L 16V Euro Spec
VIN: WDB2010351F552768
182,608 Km - 113,467 Mi
Just Recently Imported to The U.S from Europe w/ All Proper Documentation
Recent Cosmetic Restoration Including
Original Color Respray
Refinished Factory Evo 1 Wheels w/ New Rubber
Interior Showing in Great Condition!
Mechanically Excellent
Only 5,750 2.5L were built compared to the 19,500 2.3L!
The 190E Cosworth Euro was a Limited Production model coming from Mercedes Benz in the mid 1980s to compete with the BMW E30 M3. Mercedes' 190E Cosworth came out swinging with a bang. In 1988 the newly defined 2.5L 16V DOHC Engine was laying down 205 horses and 195 ft lbs, eaving it to be the very remarkable 4 cylinder of its time, ven more so of the previous 190E 2.3L Cosworth. Combined with with 5spd Getrag Dog-Leg styled transmission and a 7,000 RPM Redline, he 190E very much so took on as a lead competitor to BMW's M3. Attach that with a factory installed Limited Slip Differential and larger stabilizer bars, he Cosworth made a name for itself in no time.
With all power & performance aside, he 190E Cosworth also featured a vast amount of cosmetic differences. The entire interior was refitted with Front & Rear Recaro Sport Seats. Three additional glass dials: Oil Temp, oltage, amp; Lap Timer. To make the 190E Cosworth stand out even further, a factory aero kit was fitted perfectly to the original 190E body, iving the 190E Cosworth the best drag coefficient values of its time for a four-door saloon.
The success of the 2.5L led Mercedes to use it as the blueprint for the Evolution 1 and Evolution 2 Models, ith almost just a facelift being the difference between the standard 2.5L and the Evo 1.