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Discussion in 'Car Comparisons' started by volvobob, Nov 14, 2004.
well...which is it. I am not talking about the EVO version of either.
...AMG 190E doesn't exist...
it is a cosworth not an AMG engine but I believe that the 16v was released with an AMG badge. It might be a case of wankers with aftermarket badging.
The four-cylinder 2.5-16 models were from Mercedes, not AMG. Back then, AMG was a separate company doing custom work, like Brabus. Their "full" 190E model was the inline-six Baby Hammer. I got original parts of that in my car.
E30, love that car
190e was supposed to be an m3 competitor but failed hardcore
Audi Sport Quattro
The Cosworth Benz. Waaay cooler.
The M3 for sure.In this league,the BMW is always the winner.Until now at least
i llove the 190
The Audi Sport Quattro was more expensive than a SL. Roll again.
yes it was a case of wankers with the wrong badges. AMG was not a mercedes subsidiary when they were still making the 190E series... as far as I know, the C36 AMG was the first AMG under merc ownership.
I never heard of the straight six 190E "baby hammer"... that sounds like a rocket; what was the engine in it?
When you drive E30 M3 you will see that it has things to teach modern sport cars...