Is a touring car sedan and sliding roof body that was manufactured between 1952 and 1953. This car represented for managers of companies and well-off drivers in general is a more luxurious and powerful version of the 170V that had been manufacturing since 1935. Coinciding with the restyling of the model the manufacturer considered that a luxury car could also be economic and launched the market the first diesel luxury saloon in history. Its limited benefits were compensated by its luxurious interior and consumption 25% lower than the gasoline version. Different versions were equipped with gasoline and diesel engines.
Actually, we have these manuals for the Mercedes Benz E-Class, W191 Series: