In Edmunds brake testing, an E350 sedan with all-season tires came to a stop from 60 mph in 121 feet. You may also wish to look to the Convertible for an urban — but cramped — alternative. Many of the same stand-alone items are also available along with a limited-slip differential, 19-inch forged alloy wheels and carbon fiber trim. E-Class Cabriolet styling and interior In introducing the 2017 E-Class Coupe, Mercedes turned the focus from the exaggerated arches and complex surfacing to a smoother, traditional cigar shape. Refinement, optional all-wheel drive security and cutting edge interior design position the E-Class Cabriolet as one of the most accomplished all-rounders you can buy today. There are four different body styles, four different engines, two sub trim levels and a multitude of options.
Image 8 of 11 In the back, passengers are treated to a pair of individually sculpted seats, a pair of cup holders and two more beautifully engineered air vents. The E350 Cabriolet gets a power-operated roof, a rear center pass-through, and the AirCap pop-up air deflector. Head, shoulder and elbow-room are also increased, most notably in the front, but also in the rear. In our experience, it only serves to increase wind noise at speed and is less effective than on the C-Class Cabriolet. The 4Matic setup adds 0. Combined with optional heated and ventilated seats, the E350 becomes a more comfortable four-season ride.
Despite sitting in the class below, the Audi A5 Cabriolet offers an impressive 380 litres with the roof up and 320 litres with the roof down, while the S-Class Cabriolets offers a relatively miserly 400 litres considering the price bump. I'm sure the original sticky Pirelli's were on there for performance and ride comfort. Similarly the Burmester surround sound is a must-have to keep that high-end luxury feel intact, and comes as part of a very useful set of convenience and lighting upgrades. Options include the Premium 1 and 2 packages, as well as the Lane Tracking and Driver Assistance packages. With the wagon, you get a generous 57 cubic feet of maximum cargo capacity and a rear-facing third-row seat. In the E-Class Cabriolet, Mercedes has chosen to take a more relaxed approach to the traditional pleasures of open-topped motoring. Inside, the design language for the provides the template for open-pore woods only offered on the E-Class Cabriolet and Coupe and high-end metallic finishes, bold turbine vents and optionally, the distinctive wide-view instruments.
Width is up 74mm to 1,860mm, height up 30mm to 1,428mm, and the wheelbase up 113mm to 2,873mm. Image 4 of 11 The E 350d, while undoubtedly smooth and blessed with that added torque, is hampered by the additional weight, which blunts the performance and increases fuel consumption. Engines There are four engines to choose from: two petrols and two diesels. Most features are bundled into a handful of packs, limiting the customisation possible. The fact that all four passengers have individual seats only serves to increase the feeling of space. It has lots more room on the inside than it looks and is really comfortable on long trips. Stand-alone options on the sedan and wagon include front and rear parking sensors, split-folding rear seats, heated and ventilated front seats E350 , a panoramic sunroof, enhanced front seats with adjustable bolsters, a heated steering wheel, an infrared night vision warning system and a rear seat entertainment system.
Finally, the E63 wagon returns to the lineup. Warranty All Mercedes models come with a three-year unlimited mileage warranty and up to 30 years European breakdown assistance. Over several generations, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet has refined the art of large-scale open-top touring. Its myriad performance upgrades -- suspension, steering, brakes, wheels, tires and transmission -- make for a serious performance machine. Each E-Class model is relatively comfortable and spacious for their respective segments.
Rear side airbags are a stand-alone option. As an indulgent luxury car the E 400 is really the only one to offer the exhaust note and effortless performance to suit. Update: I decided to sell this car in Feb. The sedan gets a standard power rear sunshade and a split-folding rear seat, while the wagon gets a standard panoramic roof. The handling is composed enough, but the Cabriolet is hardly light on its feet. Although it's not the most athletic pick, it nevertheless offers highly tactile steering, strong engines and a chassis that inspires confidence. The E-Class Cabriolet is surprisingly practical, helped in no small part by the fabric roof, which leaves room for storage, even with the roof down.
Went through front tires 25K miles, but rear tires ok to 35K. The E 400 is the least efficient, at 32. This year it gets a new engine: a twin-turbo 5. The six-cylinder E 350d delivers 254bhp and 620Nm of torque, taking the 0-62mph time down to 6. The flagship six-cylinder E 400 delivers 328bhp and 420Nm to provide a best-in-range 0-62mph time of 5. Every E550 adds bigger brakes, 18-inch wheels and leather upholstery optional on E350. A three-year service package is available for £37 per month, which works out at £1,332 overall.
It turns heads, it rides like a dream and handles like it is on rails. Each is further broken into different trims that correspond with its engine. The E550's V8 gets a more radical change, switching to a turbocharged, smaller-displacement mill that cranks out 402 hp and 443 pound-feet of torque. The S-Class derived insulated fabric roof — available in four colours — lends a classic feel to the Cabriolet while providing the theatre of opening or closing in just 20 seconds. In all cases, the E-Class Cabriolet is subject to the £310 surcharge for cars costing more than £40,000, equating to a cost of £450 every year from year two.
The coupe and Cabriolet can also be had with heated front seats and the parking sensors. Sadly, Mercedes could only finish 21st in the brand survey, while its dealers were unable to make the top 10. In truth, the E 220d is the pick of the bunch for now. Image 10 of 11 Boot The boot might be shallow, but 385 litres provides a reasonable amount of luggage space. The E550 4Matic sedan comes with standard all-wheel drive and the Sport sub-trim items. All E550 and 4Matic-equipped models get electromechanical steering versus the hydraulic setup used last year.