Produced between 1992 and 1994, the 320CE was built in limited numbers in the traditional manner of classic Mercedes-Benz coupés and convertibles, being the very best specified and most luxuriously equipped model in the range. Outwardly similar to its smaller-engined siblings, the 320CE was powered by the 3,199cc, Type M104, 24-valve, twin-overhead-camshaft six producing 220bhp, an output good enough for a top speed in excess of 145mph in the case of the manual transmission version, with the automatic not far behind. Variable inlet valve timing made for increased torque and a flatter curve, enhancing flexibility. A driver's-side airbag and anti-lock brakes and were standard equipment on the 320CE and most cars were delivered with the four-speed automatic transmission like the example offered here. This particular 320CE coupé has been equipped with air conditioning from new while other noteworthy features include a sunroof, alloy wheels and a full AMG body kit. Finished in grey with mushroom leather interior, 'K728 WRU' has covered 188,000 miles from new and is described as in generally good condition, driving very well. The car is offered with service history, current MoT certificate and Swansea V5 registration document.