The Frankfurt International Motor Show (IAA) of September 1991 marked the premiere of an elegant cabriolet model: this four-seater vehicle with fabric top formed part of the 124 model series, renamed the E-Class in 1993, and was available from the spring of 1992, initially as the 300 CE-24. This cabriolet revived the long tradition of four-door open-top vehicles in the brand history of Mercedes-Benz after a hiatus of some twenty years: production of its predecessors in this body style in the S-Class, the 280 SE Cabriolet and 280 SE 3.5 Cabriolet (W 111), having ceased in 1971. In the intervening period Mercedes-Benz had continued to maintain the culture of open-top driving with the two-door SL sports cars. The success of the A 124, of which 33,592 examples had been produced by 1997, was followed seamlessly by the CLK Cabriolets of the model series A 208 (1998 to 2003) and A 209 (2003 to 2010) as well as by the E-Class Cabriolets of the model series A 207 (2010 to 2017) and A 238 (since … [Read more...] about 2021 Mercedes E-Class Coupe, Cabriolet Videos Show The Updated Design
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Buffalo’s season featured a series of peaks and valleys. Following a 9-2-1 start, the Sabres proceeded to go 2-8-3 over their next 13 games. And after a 7-3-1 run put the Sabres in striking distance of the playoff race in February, the wheels fell off with a six-game skid. … [Read more...] about Criticism doesn’t alter Sabres GM’s plan to build with youth
At UFC Fight Night on May 16 in Jacksonville, Marley accurately predicted that underdog Alistair Overeem (+145) would finish Walt Harris (-165) in a battle of heavyweight contenders. The MMA analyst reasoned the veteran Overeem's more varied skill set would be the difference. He was proven correct after Overeem survived an early flurry and got the fight to the mat, where he finished Harris with ground-and-pound in the second round. Anyone who has consistently followed Marley is way up. … [Read more...] about UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns odds, top predictions: MMA insider unveils surprising fight card picks
Tyron Woodley returns to the Octagon for the first time since losing the welterweight title to Kamaru Usman last March in a contest that halted “The Chosen One’s” two-and-a-half-year reign atop the division. Through a seven-fight UFC unbeaten streak prior to the loss, Woodley had successfully defended his title four times and established himself among the most successful welterweight champions of all-time. The former University of Missouri wrestler combines his world-class grappling with unreal knockout power to knockout nearly every opponent he has faced in the UFC. The former champion turned 38 in April and a loss to Burns this weekend could mean a long road back to title contention. Speaking to the media ahead of his fight with Burns, he said “People only remember you for your last outing and it’s been so long ago, it’s time to remind them that I’m still in a violent headspace. I don’t know if I’ve ever been this focused during … [Read more...] about UFC Fight Night preview: Tyron Woodley vs Gilbert Burns
The team has refreshed its line-up for 2019, bringing in Kazuki Watanabe and Yukio Kagayama alongside the incumbent Sylvain Guintoli. However, Suzuki was no match for Honda and Yamaha in testing earlier this month and did little to bridge the gap in Wednesday practice. … [Read more...] about Suzuka 8 Hours preview: Can Honda end Yamaha’s hegemony?