The Mercedes-Benz 190c was a variant of the W110 First Series that was introduced for the 1962 model year. This series of four door sedans was based on the Mercedes W111, but featured a shorter platform, round headlights, and a smaller engine. The 190c was powered by Mercedes' M121 engine, which was an 80hp 1.9L inline four that sent drive to the rear wheels via a 4 speed manual transmission. Production of the W110 Mercedes-Benz 190c ended in 1965 with a total of 130,554 examples built. Mercedes replaced the 190c with the 200 and 230, which were part of the W110 Second Series.
Q: How many Mercedes-Benz 190c - W110s were produced?
A: The total number of Mercedes-Benz 190c - W110s produced was 130554.
Q: What years was the Mercedes-Benz 190c - W110 sold?
A: The Mercedes-Benz 190c - W110 was sold for model years 1962 to 1965.