1994 Mercedes-Benz C180

1994 Mercedes-Benz C180
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Mercedes-Benz C180 Problems
Battle to switch aircon of
1996, Recently I found it is difficult to
switch the aircon off it seems to want to keep
Radio asking for code
1999, The battery on the car was removed and
replaced. Then the radio stopped, it is only
Change of Consule panel and bottons switches
2001, i just want to change the consul panel ,
i dont any more like the Air con panel audio sy...

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1994 C180
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Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity:1800 cm3
Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds:Manual
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Drive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain:FR or RR
Price (out of date):$8500

1994 Mercedes-Benz C180 specs, Engine size 1.8, Fuel type Gasoline, Drive wheels FR or RR, Transmission Gearbox Manual

The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is a compact executive car produced by the Mercedes-Benz division of Daimler AG. The earliest models (pre-production) were seen during 1992[citation needed], but the car itself was first introduced in 1993 as a replacement for the 190 range. The C-Class was nicknamed the "Baby Benz" as it was the smallest model in the marque's lineup, until the 1997 arrival of the A-Class. The C-Class is built at Mercedes-Benz factories in Sindelfingen and Bremen, Germany, as well as in Mercedes's factories in Brazil and DaimlerChrysler's South African factory in East London. The very first W202 C-Class sedan was produced on June 1, 1993, and the second generation W203 C-Class rolled off the assembly line on July 18, 2000. The third generation W204 C-Class was launched in 2007.

The C-Class platform has been used for several coupes, including the CLC-Class (and its predecessor, the C-Class Sportcoupe) and CLK-Class.

The first generation W202 C-Class was introduced in 1993, as a replacement for the Mercedes-Benz W201 (190), and proved successful among high-end car buyers. The C-Class sedan was the company's entry-level model up until 1997, when Mercedes launched the A-Class supermini. Styling themes were carried over from the previous W201 series, but the new series had a smoother and rounder design than the previous generation of compact Mercedes.


On its debut, the C-Class was the only Mercedes model with a complete lineup of multivalve engines. The new family of four cylinder petrol units, called M111, debuted in the C 180 (1.8L, 122PS (120hp/ 90kW)), C 200 (2.0L, 136PS (134hp/ 100kW) and C 220 (2.2L, 150PS (148hp/ 110kW), the only four cylinder of the range sold in the U.S.). In 1996 the C 220 was replaced by the C 230, enlarged to 2.3L displacement but with the same output, although with torque increased to 220N·m (162lb·ft). . The top of the range was the C 280, with a four-valve-per-cylinder straight-6 engine, capable of reaching 193PS (190hp/ 142kW).

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