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Type Modell Byggeår Marked Motor
124 124.0 124.00 124.003 230 E 1985 -
124.004 230 E lang 1985 -
124.007 260 E lang 1985 -
124.2 124.020 200 1985 -
124.021 200 E 1985 -
124.023 230 E 1985 -
124.026 260 E 1985 -
124.03 124.030 300 E 1985 -
124.04 124.043 230 CE 1987 -
124.05 124.050 230 CE 1985 -
124.08 124.080 200 T 1985 -
124.083 230 TE 1985 -
124.09 124.090 300 TE 1985 -
124.1 124.10 124.105 250 D 1985 -
124.106 250 D lang 1985 -
124.12 124.120 200 D 1985 -
124.125 250 D 1985 -
124.13 124.130 300 D 1985 -
124.133 300 D Turbo 1985 -
124.18 124.180 200 TD 1985 -
124.185 250 TD 1985 -
124.19 124.190 300 TD 1986 -
124.193 300 TD Turbo 1985 -
124.2 124.22 124.226 260 E 4Matic 1987 -
124.23 124.230 300 E 4Matic 1987 -
124.29 124.290 300 TE 4Matic 1987 -
124.3 124.33 124.330 300 D 4matic 1987 -
124.39 124.393 300 TD 4Matic 1987 -

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TIMELINE  

Første Generasjon
1984 (Nov): Range announcement:  200D, 250D and 300D diesel saloons  200 and 230E 4-cylinder petrol saloons  200E 4-cylinder petrol saloon for Italy  260E and 300E 6-cylinder petrol saloons.
1985 (Sep): S124 estates announced at Frankfurt Motor Show:  200TD and 250TD diesel estates  200T and 230TE 4-cylinder petrol estates  300TE 6-cylinder petrol estate.  4Matic announced for all 6-cylinder models; in practice not available until 1987:  260E 4Matic, 300E 4Matic and 300TE 4Matic.  Catalytic converters available as an option on all petrol models.  
1986 (Apr): 6-cylinder turbodiesel model introduced for USA only:  300D Turbo.
1986 (Sep): Catalytic converters standard on all petrol models for Germany; non-KAT models still standard in several export markets (including UK).  
1987 (Mar): Coupé models introduced at Geneva Motor Show:  230CE and 300CE.
1987 (Sep): 6-cylinder diesel saloon made available for markets outside USA; introduced at Frankfurt Motor Show:  300D Turbo and 300D 4Matic.
1988 (Sep): New ‘clean diesel’ technology announced at Paris Motor Show:  250D Turbodiesel and revised 300D Turbodiesel.  Injection made standard on entry-level petrol models:  200E and 200TE.  ABS made standard across the range.  
1989 (Feb): ‘Oblique injection pre-chambers’ for naturally aspirated diesel engines:  200D, 250D and 300D.
1989 (Aug): Last petrol models made without catalytic converters.  
Second Generation
1989 (Sep): Facelift for full range announced at Frankfurt Motor Show; includes side cladding panels.  Sportline option introduced (not available with 4Matic).  First 4-valve engine introduced:  300E-24, 300TE-24 and 300CE-24.  LWB four-door saloons announced:  250D (LWB) and 260E (LWB).
1990 (Oct): LHD-only V8 high-performance saloon announced at Paris Motor Show:  500E
1991 (Sep): Cabriolet model introduced:  300CE-24  Second LHD-only V8 high-performance saloon announced for Japan and USA only:  400E.
1992 (June): Two millionth 124-series model built.  
1992 (Oct): New 4-valve petrol engines replace earlier types:  200E, 200TE and 200CE (Italy only)  220E, 220TE and 220CE  280E and 280TE  320E, 320TE and 320CE.  Availability of high-performance LHD saloon in Europe:  400E.
Third Generation
1993 (June): Second facelift, featuring new grille design.  124-series redesignated as E-Class:  E200 Diesel model  E200 and E220 4-cylinder petrol models  E280 and E320 6-cylinder petrol models  E420 and E500 V8 petrol models.  New 4-valve diesel engines:  E250 Diesel and E300 Diesel.  All diesels now fitted with EGR and oxidizing catalyst.  New ‘official’ AMG models:  E36 AMG and E60 AMG.
1995 (June): W210 announced as replacement medium-sized Mercedes range.  W124 production begins to wind down.  
1995 (Aug): Last 124-series saloons built in Germany.  
1996: Last 124-series estates and last CKD kits for overseas assembly.  
1997: Last convertibles.