Mercedes-Benz C-Class convertible: Three engine options for a convival cabrio
The Mercedes-Benz name evokes performance and luxury, but can be out of reach for most people. When the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan and coupe hit the streets, they brought S-Class styling and technology at a fraction of the price. Now, Mercedes-Benz adds three new convertible models to the C-Class mix, and like the hardtop versions also called the C300, AMG C43 and AMG C63S.
On a Mercedes-Benz sponsored trip, I got to experience all three under Italian sunshine.
You would need a keen eye to spot the differences between the three convertibles. They all feature a sharp horizontal crease along the side, upswept headlights and a curvy rear that puts Beyonce to shame.
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The cheapest convertible in America is technically a Mercedes-Benz
The Smart ForTwo Cabriolet will be the cheapest top-down fun you can have in the US, with a starting price well below $20,000.
Mercedes-AMG's topless performance continues with C63 Cabriolet
It's everything you (assumingly) love about the C-Class Cabriolet, but with enough power and torque to make unprepared passengers freak the hell out.
Mercedes-Benz teases the C-Class Convertible ahead of Geneva
M-B's latest drop-top will likely pack the same family of engines that power the sedan and coupe variants.
Go on, call it an "entry-level" car, I dare you.
Imagine an E-Class Coupe, but without a roof. It's not terribly hard to figure out.
Experience the wind in your hair, or lack thereof, at speeds that would make many cars blush... if, you know, cars...
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Take everything good about Aston's latest supercar and drop the top.