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OEM Mercedes-Benz 190 E Parts & Accessories

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Although the Mercedes-Benz 190 E compact car debuted in 1982, if you're driving one today, there's a good chance it's from 1984 or later. It was then part of the greater Mercedes-Benz Series 201 line of sedans. The first generation, Mercedes-Benz offered between 1982 and 1988, and for most of it, the car came in a base trim and had a 2.3-liter, four-cylinder engine. A 2.3-16 trim was offered in 1986, and in 1987, you could get a 2.6 trim with a 2.6-liter, six-cylinder engine. The sedan's body and interior were redesigned for a second-generation release in 1988, and the model itself was discontinued in 1993.

Looking to buy parts and accessories for your 190 E model online? You've come to the right Mercedes-Benz parts store. We've got everything the luxury car you love needs. Shop with us for your next repair or upgrade project, and you'll see why drivers of the classic prefer us to the rest.

Why Buy Mercedes-Benz 190 E Parts and Accessories from MB Part Source?

A Complete Catalog

You won't find a wider selection elsewhere. Not at the few Mercedes-Benz dealers that still sell OEM 190 E parts. Certainly not at aftermarket online parts stores. See for yourself. All you have to do to start browsing is select your model year.

Mercedes-Benz Quality

The brand you love manufactures them for its classic sedans exclusively; so, the parts and accessories you buy will be OEM, made for your 190 E specifically and up to high quality standards. That means guaranteed to fit and work, too, just like factory Mercedes-Benz car parts. The aftermarket can't always make the same promises.


Our prices are usually lower than MSRP -- sometimes, up to 35% off it. You won't find the same savings at a Mercedes-Benz dealership. If you do get 190 E parts cheaper at, say, an aftermarket store, what you get almost certainly won't be up to the same standards of quality.

Warranty Coverage

No part or accessory, for 190 E or any other classic Mercedes-Benz sedan, should be defective in materials or workmanship. If you notice one that is, though, coverage from Mercedes-Benz can take care of the problem. The benefit's especially important when it comes to buying replacement parts for the common problems the car can have -- engine parts like head gaskets and timing cover gaskets, for example, or things like radiators and window regulators. The same peace of mind, you're unlikely to get buying Mercedes-Benz parts from an aftermarket store.

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