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mercedes-benz Updated The E-class For 2014 Most Noticeably With New Styling Outside And In Now Like Before The E-class Continues To Offer A Number Of Body Styles And Engines What We've Got Here Is An E 550 Cabriolet That Means It's The Convertible Version It's Got A Turbocharged V8 And Rear-wheel Drive It's A German Car That Means It Should Be A Lot Of Fun Is It Will Find Out The Biggest Difference Is Upfront You'll Notice Where The New E-class Takes On Sort Of The Curvier City We Look At Mercedes Redesigned S-class Flagship The Big Shift Here Obviously Is In The Headlight These Now Have Kind Of A Single Frame Instead Of The Dual Elements That Have Characterized The E-class For Several Generations Of The Car All The Way Back To The 1990s, But Mercedes Does Say That There's LED Light Piping Now That Kind Of Continues To Preserve The Sort Of 4i Look Quote On Quote Of The Old E-class That's Probably The First Time That Four Eyes Has Ever Been Used In A Positive Context Unless All Those Kids In Elementary School Were Actually Complimenting Me The E-class Cabrio's Power Soft-top Takes About 22 Seconds To Lower With The Windows About 28 Seconds To Raise It Does. So, From A Switch Inside The Car Also You Can Hold The Key Fob Here Near The Door Handles And It'll Do It That Way To Anyway It's A Pretty Seamless Process There's No Leverage You Gotta Pull Inside The Car And There's A Power Tonneau Cover The Kind Of Comes Into Place After Its All Through Mercedes Has A System It Calls Aercap That Extends Wind Deflectors Here Behind The Rear Seat As Well As One Here Above The Windshield At Speeds Of About 25 30 Miles An Hour Or.

So, Now This One Is Unique Because It Does Reduce A Lot Of Wind Turbulence Kind Of Around Your Head, But It Also Adds A Lot Of Wind Noise Here Above The Windshield. So, You Gotta Kind Of Trade One For The Other. So, You Got To Be Wondering Why The E550 Has A Soft Top 10 Mercedes Has A Lot Of Experience With Hardtops Including Its Own Slk Convertible Well It Does Lack The All-weather Installation Of A Hardtop, But I Gotta Say It's Pretty Quiet On The Highway You Could Forget That You're Driving A Soft Type Unless You Looked Up It Works It Speeds Up To About 25 Miles An Hour And The E Cabrio Mercedes Says That's A Lot Faster Than Hardtop Convertible Which Generally Just Don't Work At All As Soon As You Start Moving Also It Preserves More Trunk Space Left Over Here Overall Trunk Space About 11 And After Cubic Feet In The E-class Cabrio A Little Less Than The About Thirteen And A Half Cubic Feet In The E-class Coupe And A Lot Less Than The 16 + $OPERAND Cubic Feet Of Space In The E-class Sedan, But With This Top Down Here It Has To Go Into This Partitioned Area Right Here Which Leaves A Little Under Nine Cubic Feet Of Space Left Over That's A Pretty Usable Area Definitely Not Something You Would Have, If You Had A Hardtop Convertible At The Interior Of The 2014 E-class Doesn't Have Quite The Dramatic Visual Update The Exterior Does A Pretty Traditional Dashboard Design Your Kind Of Carries It Over From Last Year Mercedes Does Remain Pretty Stingy With The Features To Shell Out More Than 68,000 Dollars For The Base Be 550 Cabriolet Features Like A Backup Camera Keyless Access With Push-button Start Those Still Cost You Extra The E550 Has A Turbo V8 With 402 Horsepower Plenty Of Low-end Punched A Lot Of Smooth Powerful Revving As Well Also A Very Good Seven-speed Automatic Transmission Kicks Down To Three Years At A Time Without Too Much Trouble There Is A Little Bit Of Accelerator Like That Pretty Endemic Of Mercedes, But Overall The E-class It's Not All That Bad Actually Though We've Come To Expect Better Ride Quality Out Of This Car With Mercedes Adaptive Suspension Now All The Classes Have Adaptive Suspension High-end Ones Have Two Modes Are You Can Switch Between Sport And Comfort Most Even In Comfort The Suspension Does Kind Of Filter Out A Lot, But It Doesn't Feel As, Buttery Smooth As In Past Class Sedans With The Adaptive Suspension That We've Tested Before Throw The Car Around On Curvy Roads And The E-class Weighs More Than 4,000 Pounds Of The E550 Cabriolet We're Talking About A Lot Of That Weight Is Over The Front Axle Really Feels Nose-heavy Coming In When You Finally Get The Tail Out It Comes Out And Kind Of Skittish Erratic Manners Not A Lot Of Fun To Really Throw Around On The Curvy Road Best Just To Keep It On The Straightaway Hard To Put A Real Finger On The Competitive Set For The E-class Cabriolet Which Runs Including Destination Right Around 60 $1,000 For The V6 Be 350 All The Way Up To Around 80 35 Or.

So, For A Loaded E550 You Might Say That The BMW 435i Convertible The Audi S5 Cabrio Those Sort Of Overlap The Most In Terms Of Pricing, But Both Are Slightly Smaller More Downmarket Vehicles. So, The E-class Cabriolet Kind Of In Its Own Territory Here As A Four-seat Kind Of Grand Touring Convertible You Might Say That's Actually The Right Choice For You Then As It Occupies That Space Doesn't Cost You Hundreds Of Thousands Of Dollars Some Others Might Find Though That You Can Do That For A Lot Less Money See What You Think.