2012 Mercedes E350 Cabriolet Review Car Reviews

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Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet

FAST FACTS

3. With a price of $57,720 it’s to spec one out to just over

SOFT-TOP PRESERVES E COUPE’S LINES

Thankfully, the E Coupe’s lines are neatly preserved in to Cabriolet due to that cloth Having to engineer space for a hard top without stretching out of proportion is difficult and expensive; to leave them to Benz’ Even though it wears the badge, the Cabriolet is actually on the smaller C-Class mechanicals, means it’s a more footprint than the regular E and wagons.

A SUITABLE ENGINE, THOUGH MORE

Like the Coupe, the Cabriolet uses the familiar direct-injection V6 that’s good for 302 and 273 lb-ft of torque. With the seven-speed automatic sending to the rear wheels, it’ll hit 60 mph in 6.3 although it’s a pretty ride getting there. modern direct-injection engines a ‘dieselly’ idle and aren’t rev-happy, the V6 doesn’t produce the of top-down brio normally with high-end drop-tops. No big through to redline – just acceleration.


The E350 Cabriolet will be a performance machine despite the sport package that the adjustable suspension, adds AMG wheels and perforated front discs. It would be a serious of $1,300 – although those do look tempting. Better to the compliance of the standard suspension and to cruise. The steering isn’t for especially quick reactions, and the shift paddles trade for slurry-smooth changes, especially downshifting.

One neat feature exclusive to the – and other ‘Benz roadsters – is the seats. They have that blow cold or air around passengers’ necks to extend the top-down season by a few Combined with optional and ventilated seats, the E350 a more comfortable four-season

EXPENSIVE AND ALONE

A starting of $57,720 is a pretty hefty to drop before piling on the Chances are nearly everyone spend the extra $4,000 for the Premium package, which a harman/kardon audio system, a 10GB hard drive, connectivity, a rear-view camera, seats and AirScarf. An extra brings bi-Xenon active with high-beam assist, LED signals, headlamp washers, ignition and super-comfy active front seats.

The Lane Tracking package blind-spot warnings and lane for $850 and seems much reasonable than the $2,900 Assistance package that both of those systems to automatically direct the car away danger. Also included is cruise control. À la options like parking upgraded leather, rear-side and more can bring a loaded Cabriolet to around $71,000.

Gripes? The aging COMAND that operates the toys is and awkward. Also, because the car is as an ‘E’, it doesn’t really any competitors price-wise. A loaded Convertible doesn’t get much than the mid-$60s, while up to a 6 Series runs $81,000. with the A5 Convertible. The G37 Convertible. The IS 350 C.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet

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