1989 Mercedes-Benz W 124
The 4 Matic all-wheel drive system first introduced on the W124
Mercedes 190D (W120)
Mercedes-Benz E 55 AMG
The 1984 W 124 has no "Sacco planks" on its doors, instead, it has protective bumper strips
Mercedes Benz (W110)
Mercedes-Benz E 55 AMG
The 1989 W 124 retains the front portion of the 1984 model, but has the "Sacco planks" on its doors, and painted mirrors
Mercedes-Benz (W115)
W210 Mercedes-Benz E 60 AMG (US)
The 1993 W 124 has a different front design, retains the "Sacco planks", and has an extended rear bumper
Mercedes-Benz (W123)
1992 Mercedes-Benz 500 E (W124; US)
Mercedes-Benz W124 (sedan)
1992 Mercedes-Benz 500 E (W124; US)
Mercedes-Benz E 200 Elegance (United Kingdom; W210)
W 124 models with turbocharged OM 602 or OM 603 engines, as well as naturally aspirated OM 605 or OM 606 engines can easily be identified by their air intake slits in the front right wing
Mercedes-Benz E class (EE.UU)
Million-mile taxi W124
Mercedes-Benz E 250 (W212)
W 124 sedan (1985–1989)
Mercedes-Benz E 250 Sport CDi BlueEFFICIENCY (UK; C207)
W 124 sedan (1989–1993)
Mercedes-Benz E53 AMG (W 213)
S 124 estate (1989–1993)
W 124 CE coupé (1991–1993)
A 124 convertible (1993)
V 124 Limousine (1989–1993)
Mercedes-Benz W124 sedan
Mercedes-Benz W124 sedan
Mercedes-Benz S124 estate
Mercedes-Benz C124 coupé
A124 convertible

The Mercedes-Benz W210 was the internal designation for a range of executive cars manufactured by Mercedes-Benz and marketed under the E-Class model name in both sedan/saloon (1995–2002) and station wagon/estate (1996–2003) configurations.

- Mercedes-Benz E-Class (W210)

W210 development started in 1988, three years after the W124's introduction.

- Mercedes-Benz E-Class (W210)

From 1993, the 124 series was officially marketed as the E-Class.

- Mercedes-Benz W124

The W 124 followed the 123 series from 1984 and was succeeded by the W 210 E-Class (saloons, estates, rolling chassis) after 1995, and the C 208 CLK-Class (coupés, and cabriolets) in 1997.

- Mercedes-Benz W124

By the launch of the facelifted W124 in 1993 fuel-injection was ubiquitous in Mercedes engines, and the E was adopted as a prefix (i.e., E 220) and the model line referred to officially as the E-Class (or E-Klasse).

- Mercedes-Benz E-Class

The W210 E-Class, launched in 1995, brought the line firmly into the upper end of the mid-size luxury market.

- Mercedes-Benz E-Class
1989 Mercedes-Benz W 124

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