Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet Review & Launch 2023


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Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet Review & Launch 2023

The Mercedes-Benz E-class Cabriolet is a luxurious four-seater with a lovely panoramic hardtop. It was first introduced in 2003, and although it’s been superseded by the E400 Coupe and Cabriolet, its unique design still makes it stand out when compared to other vehicles in its class. However, there are some similarities with these cars that make the E200 similar to its sibling models.

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet is a luxurious four-seater with a lovely panoramic hardtop.

It’s one of the most popular luxury cars in Europe, and it has been for years. When you sit inside this car for the first time, you’ll feel like you’re on top of the world: there are no blind spots or unpleasant viewpoints anywhere to be found. The Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet is also very fast—it can go from 0 to 60 MPH in 4 seconds flat!

That being said, this isn’t just any old luxury car; it’s one of their most expensive models available today (with prices starting at around $125k). So if you’ve got that kind of money burning holes through your checkbook right now but don’t have much desire for speed or comfortability when driving then maybe checking out another option might be better suited towards meeting both needs?

The front seats are comfortable and supportive, although not quite the same standard as you get in the Coupe.

The fabric on our test car had a slightly cheap feel that might put off some people, but overall they were quite pleasant to sit in—though we did notice some jiggling when you hit bumps.

The rear seats offer plenty of room for adults, but there’s not much legroom behind them either (and no roof rack).

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E200 models cling

E200 models cling on to the older 1.5-litre engine but produce plenty of low down torque, ensuring that it feels pretty sprightly from standstill.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet Review & Launch 2023

Additionally, their turbocharger gives you an extra bit of zip when you need it most – such as when overtaking or leaving a junction quickly.

The diesel is a good compromise between performance and economy; in fact we were impressed by how well it managed its fuel economy (52mpg combined). It’s not quite as fast as some rivals but still manages to reach 62mph in just 10.9 seconds with acceleration from 0-62mph coming up at 6.2 seconds – which is respectable considering this car weighs over 3500kg compared with our test car tipping the scales at around 2540kg!

It has a more conventional metal folding roof

That takes around 20 seconds to open or shut (but can also be operated at speeds up to 25mph). The E-Class Cabriolet has a more conventional metal folding roof that takes around 20 seconds to open or shut (but can also be operated at speeds up to 25mph). It’s really easy to use, as there’s no need for any tools or complicated mechanisms. The system is operated via a button on the central console, which you simply push with your finger when you want it open – no levers required!

Mercedes E-Class Coupe, however, with prices

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet is a premium over the similarly equipped Mercedes E-Class Coupe. Prices start at £47,290 for the petrol variant and top out at £54,905 for the diesel model. There’s also a plug-in hybrid version available in certain markets that adds another £3,000 to this price range but it doesn’t offer anything different from its combustion engine sibling other than its battery pack (which is bigger).

The V6 diesel models have slightly better performance numbers than their 6 cylinder counterparts; 0-62mph takes 4.9 seconds (4.8 seconds on automatic) while CO2 emissions are 149g/km and 148g/km respectively

level engine will join the E-Class Cabriolet range shortly after launch.

A new entry level engine will join the E-Class Cabriolet range shortly after launch. This 129bhp 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol motor was first introduced with the A200 city car and we think should feel more than adequate in this heavier car. It’s not going to set any records but it does a decent job of giving you enough power for everyday use and then some, so your wallets won’t feel empty at stop lights or around town.

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The Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet is expected to go on sale towards the end of 2020 or early 2021, although no official date has yet been given by Mercedes-Benz or its dealerships in Europe (or elsewhere).

Colour roof and bodywork

The fabric roof is available in black, dark blue or dark red – although there are no options for a contrasting colour roof and bodywork as you get on an Audi A5 Cabriolet.

The fabric roof can be ordered with the optional panoramic glass sunroof which increases headroom by 10 cm.

Extra pair of doors over the E-Class Coupe

With an extra pair of doors over the E-Class Coupe, it’s easier to get into and out of the back seats (although passengers are still best suited to shorter journeys).

Those with long legs will be able to stretch out in comfort. The leather upholstery is soft, but not too plush. The dashboard has been redesigned for less glare and better visibility at night time; there’s even an updated infotainment system with a bigger screen than before which comes standard on all new models.

Conclusion

It is a very pleasing car to drive, with a smooth engine and comfortable seats. It has some lovely touches inside too, including the BMW-style rotary gear selector dial on the dash and an eye-catching front grille. The E-Class Cabriolet comes in at around £50k which is a little more expensive than rivals such as the BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe (also available as a convertible), although there are cheaper options if you want something practical too. We think it’s worth paying for though – especially when you consider that this will be one of just six models in Mercedes’ range.


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