What happened to the Mercedes Benz W202 C class?
The production of the W202 C-Class stopped in 2001. This is a non-galvanized Mercedes-Benz W220 in a sorry state. There is rust on almost every body panel. The spring perch failures are directly related to poor corrosion protection on these cars. The front suspension spring perches are welded to the inner wing.
What is the horsepower of a Mercedes Benz W202 Class C 230 Kompressor?
The 1997 Mercedes Benz W202 Class C 230 Kompressor has 193 PS / 190 bhp / 142 kW. How much does a Mercedes Benz W202 Class C 230 Kompressor weighs?
What kind of braking system does a Mercedes Benz W202 have?
For stopping power, the W202 Class C 230 Kompressor braking system includes Vented Discs at the front and Discs at the rear. The W202 Class C model is a car manufactured by Mercedes Benz, sold new from year 1997 until 2000, and available after that as a used car.
Is the Mercedes Benz W202 a reliable car?
If left untreated, it can become very expensive to fix – injectors seized in the cylinder head, damaged injectors seats and massive carbon build-up to clean. Except for the rust, which can be a serious problem, the W202 is pretty reliable. Just like the older Mercedes-Benz cars, it is well engineered and relatively easy to work on.
What is the weakest engine in the W202?
In my view, the OM604 is the weakest engine out of all indirect injection diesel units available in the W202. The first two generations of CDI diesel engines may develop leaks from the fuel injector seals (copper washers).
What kind of transmission does a Mercedes Benz W202 have?
The original W202 came standard in Germany with a five-speed manual and four-speed automatic transmissions optional. In the United States, automatic transmission was standard, with manual available as a delete option (with few choosing to do so). The four-speed automatic was the 722.4 version of the 4G-TRONIC.