Mercedes-Benz E-Class (W210)

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The Mercedes-Benz W210 is an executive car which was produced by the German automaker Mercedes-Benz from 1995 through 2002 (production of the wagon variant (codenamed S210) carried over to the 2003 model year).wikipedia
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Mercedes-Benz E-Class

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They were sold under the E-Class model names in both sedan (saloon) and station wagon (estate) body types.
The W210 E-Class, launched in 1995, brought the line firmly into the upper end of the mid-size luxury market.

Automotive lighting

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Exterior changes included a revised front with a steeper rake, similar to the CLK, and restyled bumpers and lower body trim; additionally, sedans received new taillights, while the wagon's tailgate was redesigned, moving the CHMSL from the base of the rear window to directly above it in the underside of a small integral spoiler lip.
Mercedes-Benz introduced the side turn signal repeaters integrated into the side view mirror in 1998, starting with its facelifted E-Class (W210).

Bruno Sacco

The W210 E-class's appearance, which was designed by Steve Mattin under design chief Bruno Sacco between 1989 and 1991, heralded a new design idiom for Mercedes, which would continue until the W209 CLK.
Among his numerous works are the C111 concept car, three successive iterations of the S-Class luxury car (the W126, W140, and W220), the R129 SL convertible, the C-Class W202 compact executive car, the W124 and W210 versions of the E-Class sedan, the CLK and SLK sports cars, the M-Class luxury sport utility vehicle, and second generation C-Class W203.

Mercedes-Benz M104 engine

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The Compression ratio is the same 10.0:1 on all W210, R129,and W140 but it did differ from 9.2:1 to 10.0:1 on W124 (M104.992).

Mercedes-Benz OM612 engine

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It was introduced in 1999 for the 2000 model year in a 170 PS version in the W210 E-Class, W163 ML-Class, W203 C-Class and W209 CLK-Class in 2000.

Mercedes-Benz 5G-Tronic transmission

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In 1996, Mercedes installed in the E-class its electronically controlled model "722.6" five-speed automatic transmission, a gearbox introduced in 1991 that was also available as an upgrade option in some of the six-cylinder W124 models.

Mercedes-Benz OM611 engine

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In 1998 it replaced the naturally aspirated OM604 with indirect injection in the W202 C-Class and the W210 E-Class for the 1999 model year, in 102 PS and 125 PS powertrains.

Mercedes-Benz W124

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W210 development started in 1988, three years after the W124's introduction.
The W124 models replaced the W123 models after 1985 and were succeeded by the W210 E-Class after 1995.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class (W211)

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W210 sedans were replaced by the W211 E-Class after 2002, and wagons/estates changed body style to the W211 after 2003.
The W211 models replaced the W210 E-Class models and were superseded by the Mercedes-Benz W212 in 2009.

4Matic

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In 1998, Mercedes-Benz reintroduced the 4Matic all-wheel drive system in the US on the W210, although it was previously available in some European territories.
The second generation of 4Matic was reintroduced on the W210 series in 1998/1999.

Executive car

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The Mercedes-Benz W210 is an executive car which was produced by the German automaker Mercedes-Benz from 1995 through 2002 (production of the wagon variant (codenamed S210) carried over to the 2003 model year).

Mercedes-Benz

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The Mercedes-Benz W210 is an executive car which was produced by the German automaker Mercedes-Benz from 1995 through 2002 (production of the wagon variant (codenamed S210) carried over to the 2003 model year).

Sedan (automobile)

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They were sold under the E-Class model names in both sedan (saloon) and station wagon (estate) body types.

Station wagon

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They were sold under the E-Class model names in both sedan (saloon) and station wagon (estate) body types.

Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class (C209)

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The W210 E-class's appearance, which was designed by Steve Mattin under design chief Bruno Sacco between 1989 and 1991, heralded a new design idiom for Mercedes, which would continue until the W209 CLK.

Geneva Motor Show

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This design was previewed on the 1993 Coupé Concept shown at the Geneva Auto Show in March 1993.

Automatic transmission

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In addition, the 5-speed automatic transmission introduced "Touch Shift," which used the +/- gate positions for semi-manual control of the gearbox.