Mercedes-Benz Convertibles and Roadsters Line-Up in the US

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet

The C-Class consists of many types of cars, but the best one that aims for a sporty look while still being luxurious in the way it drives has to be the Cabriolet. Although it has the same 255HP and 273 lb-ft torque engine as the rest of the C-Class, it is probably the most well-rounded luxury sports car for the base price of $54,700. The AMG variant comes with a much powerful 385HP and 384lb-ft engine.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet

The E-Class Cabriolet is designed for the type of person who wants the wind in their hair while coasting down the hillside but also wants the luxuries of a premium sedan for just over half the price as Mercedes’ flagship. Starting at $71,950, the base model comes with a fairly powerful 362HP and 369 lb-ft torque engine and the AMG variant starts with 429HP and 384 lb-ft torque engine.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabriolet

The S-Class is Mercedes’ Magnum Opus, the car that gets the most attention, the latest technology and is synonymous with opulence and uber-luxury. Even though convertibles are sort of a rare breed now, the S-Class Cabriolet proves that it is not extinct. Starting at $138,600, the base model comes with a beefy 463HP and 516 lb-ft torque engine with the AMG trim packing a 603HP and 664 lb-ft torque engine

Mercedes-Benz SLC Roadster

The SLC Roadster is one of those cars that just oozes attitude and posh. It’s the kind of car you imagine yourself sitting in when you’ve made enough money to quit your job and still have a fancy lifestyle, cruising down the valley without a care in the world, just you, your car and the road………. Uhh I’m sorry, what was I talking about? Oh yeah. Apart from an awkwardly spaced cabin, the SLC Roadster is a solid car. But sadly, Mercedes is axing the SLC line-up, with the 2020 model being the last one. Starting at $49,950, the base model comes with a 241HP and 273 lb-ft torque engine.

Mercedes-Benz SL Roadster

The SL Roadster is just the SLC Roadster with a different trim, a more spacious cabin and a faster engine. It has the same pleasant drive and great handling as the SLC Roadster. A pretty good car for the money, but nothing to write home about. Like the SLC Roadster, the 2020 SL Roadster is the last of its kind. Starting at $91,000, the base model comes with a respectable 362HP and 369 lb-ft engine.

Mercedes AMG GT/R Roadster

In terms of look and feel, the AMG-GT Roadster feels very much like a successor to the SLS Roadster, the drive however is a whole new story. Starting at $127,900 the 469HP and 465 lb-ft engine gives you goosebumps and if your passenger is queasy… motion sickness, while still having solid interiors. In terms of performance, the AMG-GT is only rivalled by its own brother, the AMG-GT R which packs a whopping 577HP engine with pumps out 516 lb-ft torque.

Image Credits:
Feature Image: Photo by Nathan Dumlao on Unsplash
Car Images: Mercedes-Benz USA Website

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