The Mercedes M102 engine is an inline 4-cylinder gasoline engine from Mercedes-Benz for passenger cars W123, W124, W201 and SUV W460/461. The engine appeared in 1980 to replace the M115 series motors and was produced in different volumes and configurations until 1996.
The Mercedes-Benz 190 is a German middle-class sedan car produced from 1982 to 1993 by Mercedes-Benz. Over the years of production, a total of 1,874,668 copies of the car were manufactured. The cars were assembled in Germany, Poland and Thailand. The 190th model, designated at the factory by the index W201, sold well in European countries and very mediocre in the USA. Almost throughout the entire production period, the model was modified due to changes in the power unit.