OEM Parts and Accessories for Sale for Mercedes-Benz 300 D Sedans
Repairing or restoring a classic 300 D? Maybe you're just doing a few upgrades. At any rate, you've come to the right Mercedes-Benz store for parts and accessories for the job. We're a top destination for lovers of the sedan, not only here in southwest Ohio, but elsewhere, too, across the US. Check out our online parts catalog; you'll see why right away.
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Why Buy from Us?
What we sell, Mercedes-Benz manufactures specifically for your 300 D model. Put simply, what you get will have been designed and built for the car you love. That's a value guarantee: you won't find any questionable aftermarket 300 D parts or accessories here. It's also a compatibility assurance: what you buy will fit and work just like what the sedan got from the factory to begin with.
Mercedes-Benz dealerships -- the few that sell OEM parts and accessories for 300 D -- can sell them at MSRP, which, in the age of cheap car parts you can order online and get delivered to your door, is basically a premium. You won't find markups like those here -- and certainly not for a popular classic Mercedes-Benz model like 300 D. You'll actually pay less than retail, much of the time. Some of it, you'll even get steeper discounts.
No 300 D part or accessory should have any defects in materials or workmanship. Find one that does, and Mercedes-Benz can take care of it. That's especially important in the case of buying replacement parts for common 300 D problems -- for instance, trim, speedometers, seats, and control arm bushings. It's just as important for buying the basics, too, like air filters and oil filters.
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All About Mercedes-Benz 300 D
A sedan in the Mercedes-Benz Series 123 and eventually the Mercedes-Benz Series 124 Series, the Mercedes-Benz 300 D replaced "Stroke Eight" models in the 114 and 115 series. Early models had semi-trailing arm rear axles, double-wishbone front suspensions, and large, round dual headlights. They also sported safety improvements galore -- everything from stiffer roof frames to high-strength pillars for the roof and doors, plus door reinforcements.
If you're driving a 300 D these days, however, there's a good chance it's from either the mid- to late 1980s or the early 1990s. In fact, it's probably one of the following eight models specifically:The Mercedes-Benz 300 D 300 D base, available with a standard wheelbase, a long wheelbase, and as chassis-only; it ran until 1985;The Mercedes-Benz 300 D 300 D Turbodiesel, which was offered until 1985;The Mercedes-Benz 300 D 300 D Turbo, which was available through 1987; orOne of the Mercedes-Benz 300 D 300D base, Turbo, 4MATIC®, or Turbo 4MATIC® models that ran between 1990 and 1993