Wagon options.

1993-Present: C200 CDI, C220 CDI, C270 CDI, C180, C200 Kompressor, C230 Kompressor, C220, C230, C280, C300 C350, CGI & CDI BlueEfficiency variants
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newMercowner69
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Wagon options.

Post by newMercowner69 » Sat 13 Jan, 2018 6:45 pm

Is/was the "T Elegance" the "top of the range" luxury option in the C200/W202 wagon range?,
Any AMG options available?,
As would LIKE&LOVE to fit AMG parts to my "T" Elegance wagon! :).

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Ivanerrol
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Re: Wagon options.

Post by Ivanerrol » Sun 14 Jan, 2018 2:43 pm

Have look through Carshine's site :
https://www.carshine.com.au/mercedes/
W211 - E240
W204 - C280
W210 - E240
Departed
W202 - C200, C180, C180
W126 - 380SE , 380SE (Ex SA Import), 560SEL
W124 - 300e, 260e (ex Japan)
W111 220s (Indonesia) 4 speed manual column shift
W123 230
W116 450SEL
W140 420SEL
W210 E240
W209 CLK 240
W201 190e 2.6 (ex U.K.)

Tenorite_320
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Location: Balwyn, VIC 3103

Re: Wagon options.

Post by Tenorite_320 » Fri 19 Jan, 2018 9:09 am

Hi newMercowner69,

W202 T models were avaiable in Classic & Elegance trim in pre-update form and with the facelift released late 1997, wagons were also available in Sport trim in both C200 and C240 form. Very few W202 Wagons were sold locally in Sport trim with the C240 Sport wagons particularly thin on the ground (I have only seen a few in Melbourne over the years).
David

W202 - 1998 C200 Elegance: 5sp auto, brilliant silver, anthracite cloth (sold but remains in the family).
W163 - 2003 ML270cdi Luxury: 5sp auto, green black, orion grey leather (sold).
W204 - 2008 C320cdi: 7sp auto, tenorite grey, black leather.
W201 - 1992 190E-2.3 Sportline: 4sp auto, almandine red, mushroom cloth (sold).
W202 - 1998 C280 Sport: 5sp auto, brilliant silver, black leather
981 - 2014 Porsche Cayman S, DSG, white, blue leather

johna
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Re: Wagon options.

Post by johna » Wed 14 Feb, 2018 8:38 am

I noticed this very nice C200 Sport Kompressor wagon for sale in Sydney which shows some of the nice features of the Sport - carbon fibre trim, different steering wheel, and unique seat colour.

https://www.carsales.com.au/private/det ... 3786/?Cr=2
W202 2000 C200T Elegance

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Ivanerrol
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Re: Wagon options.

Post by Ivanerrol » Thu 15 Feb, 2018 9:14 pm

The introduction of the ML slaughtered the station wagon market for both E and C class.
I looked at a bare bummed E240 classic wagon back when I bought a new W210 sedan.
The wagon was up in the $140K on the road range. ML’s were a shade over $100k for the 320.
That’s why you don’t see many W210,211 or W202,203 wagons.
W211 - E240
W204 - C280
W210 - E240
Departed
W202 - C200, C180, C180
W126 - 380SE , 380SE (Ex SA Import), 560SEL
W124 - 300e, 260e (ex Japan)
W111 220s (Indonesia) 4 speed manual column shift
W123 230
W116 450SEL
W140 420SEL
W210 E240
W209 CLK 240
W201 190e 2.6 (ex U.K.)

Honey500
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Model you own: w126
Location: Adelaide

Re: Wagon options.

Post by Honey500 » Fri 16 Feb, 2018 11:17 am

Wagons have generally gone by the wayside in favour of the SUV. People assume the SUV has more space but this is not always the case :naughty:

I personally love my wagon....even if only a humble commodore.
It is easier to ask forgiveness than it is to ask for permission!

1985 500sec aka Sadie (current project)

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