The name "Mercedes-Benz 300 TD" designates eight luxury wagon models across two Mercedes-Benz Series, 123 and 124.

The first is the Mercedes-Benz 300 TD. It was a member of Mercedes-Benz Series 123 (S 123 D 30), and it ran between 1978 and 1986. The car incorporated an in-line, five-cylinder (I5) diesel engine mated to either a four- or five-speed manual transmission or a four-speed auto, and it achieved 80 horsepower (88 horsepower in late 1979 and later).

The second is the Mercedes-Benz 300 TD Turbodiesel. It was part of Mercedes-Benz Series 123 (S 123 D 30 A) and was offered between 1980 and 1986. This car, too, had a diesel I5, but one that produced 125 horsepower and paired with a four-speed auto transmission.

The third is the Mercedes-Benz 300 TD. It was in the greater Mercedes-Benz Series 124 (S 124 D 30), and it released in 1986, running until 1989. This variant had an in-line, six-cylinder (I6) diesel engine inclined 15 degrees right, it mated to either a five-speed manual or a four-speed auto transmission, and it produced 109 horsepower (113 horsepower in early 1989 and later).

The fourth is the Mercedes-Benz 300 TD Turbo, in Mercedes-Benz Series 124 (S 124 D 30 A). It debuted in 1986 and was available until 1989. This model, too, had a diesel I6, but one that produced 143 horsepower (147 horsepower in late 1988 and later) and mated to a four-speed auto transmission.

The fifth is the Mercedes-Benz 300 TD Turbo 4MATIC, a car in Mercedes-Benz Series 124 (S 124 D 30 A 4-M), and one available for the 1987, 1988, and 1989 model years. It incorporated 4MATIC® all-wheel drive (AWD) standard, plus an inline-six diesel engine and four-speed auto transmission pairing capable of 143 horsepower (147 horsepower in late 1988 and onward).

The sixth is the Mercedes-Benz 300 TD, part of the greater Mercedes-Benz Series 124 (S 124 D 30), which ran from 1989 to 1993. This car's diesel inline-six engine had a 15-degree-right inclination, it mated with a five-speed manual or four-speed auto transmission, and it achieved 113 horsepower (110 horsepower with a catalyst installed).

The seventh is the Mercedes-Benz 300 TD Turbo. It was a member of Mercedes-Benz Series 124 (S 124 D 30 A), and it ran between the 1989 and 1993 model years. Its diesel in-line, six-cylinder engine paired with a four-speed auto transmission and put out 147 horsepower.

The eighth and final is the Mercedes-Benz 300 TD Turbo 4MATIC, part of Mercedes-Benz Series 124 (S 124 D 30 A 4-M). It came out in 1989 and was offered until 1993. It featured 4MATIC® AWD standard and had the same engine and gearbox specs as its Mercedes-Benz 300 TD Turbo sibling.

Looking to buy parts for your Mercedes-Benz 300 TD vehicle? Be sure that you order the genuine article, not something off the aftermarket. The parts Mercedes-Benz offers for sale are made specifically for its classic wagons, after all, meaning they'll come off the factory floor guaranteed to fit yours.

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