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11 Mercedes-Benz 190-Class results

Mercedes-Benz 190-Class OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
3.9
7 Reviews
5 star
14%
4 star
57%
3 star
29%
2 star
0%
1 star
0%
Overall
3.9
Value
3.6
Style
3.9
Performance
3.4
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.6
Reliability
3.4
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AV
AV
Palmdale, California
3.0
Old Mercedes Diesel Tanks
The 190 chassis is a rugged small sized 4 door saloon car. Specifically the 190d (d for diesel) has its own specific pros and cons, but I'll get into that in the other sections. This car is strictly a people carrier not meant for heavy duty uses.
nadine p
nadine p
Dayton, Tennessee
5.0
Fantastic
I love this car, it is the ultimate luxury car and I would buy one again if I ever get the chance to! This car has leather seats that have a seat warmer installed in them and the heat and air conditioning both work great! It has a lot of horsepower, if you're not careful, the car will get away from you. It starts off and before you know it, you're easily going 115 mph. It doesn't even feel like you are going that fast, it almost feels like you are driving on air. Almost feels like you are driving on air. This car is everything you've dreamed about and more, try it!
CJ
CJ
Los Angeles, California
4.0
Budget Mercedes Doesn't Compromise Performance or Luxury
The 190E is an entry level Mercedes which comes in two engine styles, the 4 cylinder and straight 6 cylinder. Mercedes is re-known for its status as an exemplary luxury vehicle and this very affordable model is no exception despite its low price. The trim is a synthetic, but very durable and designed to wear well synthetic leather. The interior cleans up nicely with soapy water and a bucket. The 4 speed transmission with center console shifter makes for ease of start and stop operations. Performance is not compromised, both the 4 and 6 cylinder models provide above average highway and passing power performance. The body design models the elegant 300 model of the prior Mercedes generation. Fuel economy is on par with similar Japanese and American models. After 21 years and 240,000 miles, the interior shows only moderate signs of wear and the motor still has pep for passing and full throttle acceleration. If you have children or pets, the roomy rear interior allows for plenty of leg room for stretching or napping during long road trips.