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K56 NWV Mercedes-Benz 1993 1.8 190E LE Limited Edition Azzuro Automatic, London



  • £2,500
  • Chassis: Standard
  • Location: London
  • Registration: K56 NWV
  • 143,000 Miles
  • Year: 1993
  • Engine Capacity: 1.8 K-Jet InjectionL
  • Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic
  • Fuel Type: Unleaded Petrol
  • Paint Code: 343 - Azzuro Blue (Avantgardeblau)
  • Option Code: 068 - Grey Comfort Cloth

                    Azzuro Blue 1993 Mercedes 190E LE – Special Edition Run Out Model, one of 1000 Produced!

                    “For the UK and Irish market a special edition 190 was released for the 1993 model year. The car was given the badge name 190LE though on the rear boot lid it read 190E (on the left hand side of the lock) and LE on the right hand side. Roughly 1000 LEs were produced and each one came with a large A3 sized certificate giving each car a unique number.

                    LEs were available in three colours only; Azzuro Blue (blue/purple), Brilliant Silver and Rosso Red (Burgundy). The Azzuro blue coloured cars came with a grey checked cloth interior, the silver ones with black checked cloth and the Rosso Red with biscuit/cream checked cloth.

                    LEs were equipped with extra features that had been options on the other models and were only available with the 1.8- or 2.0-litre engine. Both the 1.8- and 2.0-litre models were equipped with a standard electric tilt and slide steel sunroof, four electric windows, electric aerial, 8-hole alloy wheels, Blaupunkt Verona CR43 Radio/cassette and walnut wood trim (as opposed to Zebrano wood) along with front and rear arm rests.”

                    This is one of those 1000 cars, in probably the best colour – Azzuro Blue, which is a sort of blue/purple metallic pearl colour. The car is Taxed and MOTd until october and runs really sweet. Driven to and from work every day, currently has 143,000 miles but purrs along with no issues.

                    While i have had it i have upgraded it to the OE sports shock absorbers on the rear and 40mm sports lowering springs to make it look a little nicer, still breezes over speed bumps and the ride is so good, its relaxing to drive!

                    Wheels are brand new 17″ BBS RS replica wheels in perfect condition with brand new 205/40/17 nankang tyres.

                    Inside i have converted the centre console to double din, but the head unit and subs will not be coming with the car – all the wiring including DAB ariel, hands free microphone and sub/amp wiring kit will be left inside so you just need to add your own.

                    Has a brand new electronic ariel fitted too, so it looks like factory and comes up and down when the head unit is powered.

                    Also inside is a Nardi steering wheel from a Rolls Royce silver spirit, i searched high and low for a wheel that would exactly match the LE’s unique wood trim.

                    Outside to bring the car up to date i have blacked and resealed the inside of the headlight surrounds and painted the inner grille section black.

                    The car is in great condition inside and out and mechanically sound, however it does have come bumps on the bodywork, and I’ve tried to take pics of every panel to show you before you view. Top condition 190LEs in Azzuro blue are fetching upwards of £3500 and i have priced this one to reflect the odd bit here and there on the body.

                    Everything inside the car works, factory electric sunroof, all four windows are electric – it’s amazing crusing with all the windows down and sunroof open, people love the colour!

                    Also have the original LE wheels and LE steering wheel to preserve authenticity, price for it to come without the BBS reps and nardi wheel is negotiable.

                    I love this car but need to clear some space! car is based in leyton.



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