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Mercedes-Benz W123 is a family of business-class cars of the German brand Mercedes-Benz, which is the forerunner of the modern E-class. The official premiere took place on January 29, 1976, although production was established in November 1975. Series of cars W123 replaced the family Mercedes-Benz W114 / W115. Initially, the model was presented only in the sedan body, but later there were modifications in the estate wagon, coupe, as well as a sedan with an elongated wheelbase.
When working on a new series of business-class cars, the company’s engineers paid much attention to vehicle safety. Thus, the model removed the front sub-frame, strengthened the interior design, increased the deformation zones, and the fuel tank was placed above the rear axle in order to reduce the risk of damage to the tank and fire on impact from behind. In 1980, the designers equipped the series with an anti-lock system (ABS), and two years later the W123 acquired an optional airbag.
In 1984, the W123 series gave way to the Mercedes-Benz model range in the body of the W124, which became the official first generation of the new E-Class. Nevertheless, the 123 series cars in the sedan were produced before 1985, and in the station wagon – until 1986. In total, during the production, 2.7 million copies of this series were sold, which makes the car the most successful in the history of the German brand Mercedes-Benz. In addition, the car became the first vehicle that was assembled in the station wagon at the company’s plant.