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Mercedes-Benz C300 Cabriolet Review: Sharp, Small, And Sport

If we were to go back in time, we would trace the cabriolet to France, which brought the world a two-wheeled, horse-drawn carriageway before automobiles became a primary means of transport. A characteristic feature of the carriage was a folding roof that could easily be tucked away to inhale the freshness of the land in good weather and also keep passengers from harm’s way.

It wouldn’t be in any way wrong to say that this same principle was well utilized in the 18th century and even today for what we know as convertible cars. The Mercedes-Benz C300 cabriolet is proudly carrying this feature.

Let’s talk about this retractable rooftop for a moment. It comes in the form of a power-operated cloth roof that is carefully insulated and able to withstand challenging weather situations. In a fancy fashion, it slides stoically beneath the cars rear tonneau cover, a process that will be done in less than 20 seconds, even when the vehicle is hitting 31mph.

Carrying a 2.0-liter inline-four engine, the cabriolet is able to stint from 60mph in 6.1 seconds and reaches a quarter mile in about 14 secs. It boasts 241-hp.

The interior us equally a scenery to be admired. The dashboard takes in plenty of high-quality materials and so does the upholstery. The idea seems to have been making this car as youthful as possible, which was, by all standards, creatively achieved.

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