- 11,800 Miles
- Reg Date: 2016
Here we have a fabulous 2016 Mercedes 350d AMG Line Premium Edition Buetec finished in Metallic Tenorite Grey with Bengal Red Hide. Its travelled just 11,800 mile from new and its in Fabulous condition throughout. Its just been serviced by Mercedes too and Factory Warranty remains until March 2019.
Specification Is Huge – Command On Line – Media Interface – Harmon Kardon Logic 7 Surround Sound – DVD – Active Parking Assist – LED Intelligent Light System – Reversing Camera – Keyless Go – Airscarf – Tyre Pressure Monitoring – Folding/Heated Mirrors – Electric Seats With Memory Package – Heated Seats – Climate Control – Multi Contour Seats – Air Cap Wind Deflector – DAB – Bluetooth – Multi- Function Steering Wheel – Start Stop Technology – AMG Body Kit – Adaptive High Beam Assist.
Auto Express said –
The Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet is a comfortable convertible that makes drop-top driving even more enjoyable
Despite the impressive fuel economy of the engines the facelifted car does cost around £2,000 more than its predecessor, but Mercedes says that it has added in a lot more than £2,000 worth of equipment, so it’s actually better value for money overall.
Interior, design and technology
The Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet is larger than most drop-top models and can seat four adults in relative comfort. The facelifted car features the same modern touches as the saloon and estate, with single piece LED headlights front and rear, a lower and more dramatic air-intake at the front and extra chrome trim on the bumpers too. As with the Audi A5 Cabriolet, Mercedes has opted for a traditional fabric roof on the E-Class, which gives the car a classic cabriolet look. In the cabin, everything is beautifully arranged and well designed and it all looks and feels very expensive. The facelifted model gets more standard equipment than ever and the trims have been updated with metal finishes on most of the switch gear. Prices have also gone up though – and the E-Class will set you back more than its nearest German rivals from Audi and BMW.
The innovative ‘Aircap’ wind deflector on the Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet is one of a host of clever features that make it one of the easiest cabriolets to live with on the market. Its clever design keeps draughts at bay in the cabin and on the facelifted car – introduced in June 2013 – the Aircap became fully automatic, rising at speeds of above 25mph and lowering below 9mph. With the E-Class, Mercedes has boldly bucked the growing trend for folding hardtops and instead used a more traditional fabric roof. It comes with a main advantage of extra boot space, but also folds at speeds of up to 25mph, so drivers won’t be caught out by sudden showers. Five engines and two trim levels give buyers plenty of choice, including three diesel options. The facelifted model saw each engine become more efficient.
The Telegraph Said –
Brief drive: the E350 Bluetec AMG Sport Cabriolet is modern Mercedes-Benz at its best
If one car sums up what Mercedes-Benz is all about these days, the E350 Cabriolet is, quite possibly, it. It’s solid, sensible and practical – as a Merc should be – but has a racy side that’s in tune with the more youthful character the brand is keen to promote.
You see, this is a company that now produces everything from a sub-20k hatchback with a 1.5-litre diesel engine to supercar-baiting AMG models that are the “ride” of choice for superstar rappers.This, the V6 diesel-powered version of the revamped Mercedes E-class cabriolet, sits pretty much bang in the middle of all that.
Inside, the changes are much more subtle, so there’s the same entertainment system as before and the dashboard remains workmanlike in places. Build quality is top-notch, however, and with a few well-chosen extras (our car came with more than you really need) it feels worthy of its near-£50,000 price.
The driving experience hasn’t changed much, but Mercedes-Benz has made some well-judged improvements and in this guise the E-Class is a reassuring, rewarding car to drive. The “Agility Control sports suspension” guarantees smooth progress on all but the worst surfaces, while the steering reacts faithfully and tells you what’s going on.
Progress is rapid – surprisingly so, should you wish – thanks to the 3.0-litre turbodiesel engine’s huge reserves of torque. It’s quiet, too, and although the seven-speed automatic gearbox isn’t quite as silky-smooth as BMW’s eight-speed unit, it generally makes the right decision. When this engine is so good, opting for the cheaper but significantly noisier four-cylinder diesel, or a petrol engine, doesn’t make much sense.
It’s the E-Class Cabriolet’s blend of frivolity and practicality that’s perhaps most appealing. It’s a proper four-seater, and the “Aircap” wind deflector at the top of the windscreen helps to keep buffeting in the cabin to a minimum with the roof down.
Admittedly, the boot is rather small with the roof folded (you can increase its size by pushing the roof container out of the way when it’s in place) and Mercedes has the cheek to charge extra (£365) for the Airscarf system that wafts hot air around the neck of those in the front seats.
If you’re after a flashy-yet-comfortable four-seater drop-top, however, this should be your first port of call!
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