Like its big brother, the awesome E55, the C36 was equally devastating. With a launch of the C-Class in 1993 to replace the 190 model, it wasn't long before Mercedes-Benz's tuning arm, AMG, got their hands on the sedan. The company started with the very popular 195ci (3.2-liter) in-line six powering the bigger E-( lass and S-Class cars. AMG increased the displacement to 220ci (3.6 liters) before installing it, thus making it the largest six-cylinder produced by Mercedes-Benz at the time. Four other areas were also modified, these being the wheels which Comprised wide 17-inch (432mm) alloys and low-profile tyres, the suspension which used lowered coil springs and adjustable shocks, the discs which were increased in size and the transmission which featured sporting tweaks. The body was subtle with tell-tale wheels and twin square exhaust pipes unique to the model.
Mercedes Benz C36 AMG Specifications
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