(1984-1987 HTA B-Series)
Well, Uh… it’s just a Generic 80’s Mid-size Sedan.
The HTA B-series (Sold as “Berliner” in other countries) its a Mid-Size sedan Produced by HTA from 1983 to 1987 Due to low sales.
It was designed to compete with the "Anhultz Mimas" @Elizipeazie
The chassis is a Corrosion-Rest Steel monocoque, with Steel panels. and the Suspension is a
Mcperson strut (Front), and solid axle leaf (Rear) with Gas-monotube Dampers.
Featuring some new technologies such as Four-wheel steering, and an early version of the HITCS (“HTA Intelligent Traction Control System)”.
Every trim is equipped with a Geared LSD Differential.
Now, i will show you some of the trims of the B Series. (Actually, just 3 trims. because i am lazy.)
First, Again we start with the Entry Trim. The "E170". Comes standard with some things like Progressive Suspension, Electric Windows, Fuel injected 3.0L V6 With VVT, 5 Speed Manual Transmission with Overdrive, Manual Seat Adjustments, Standard interior withstandard AM/FM radio and Advanced 80’s Safety.
This car in 1984-85 Sold over 10.000 Examples before the sales Went down.
Cost when new: 20,000€ (23.500 US$)
Now we have the "E200" in other words, The premium Trim.
Now with “HFAS” (HTA Full-Time All-Wheel-Drive System), Premium interior with Premium AM/FM Radio, Hydropneumatic Suspension, Electric Seat Adjustments, Four Wheel Steering, 4 Speed automatic transmission and a More powerful 3.0L V6 with 20 more HorsePower (140HP).
Oh, And 1440kgs of weight. But it still manages to accelerate from 0-100 in 8 Seconds!
With a Shitty 18mpg Fuel economy (“FAIL”)
Cost when New: 22.590€ (26.000US$)
Tada! A wagon! Because… Everyone loves wagons, Right? This is the "W220" Basically a wagon version of the E200. Well, Nothing more. nobody wanted it, it sucks.
Cost when New: 23.000€ (27.000 US$)
(Rear of the E200)