"The 2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet is a refined Sunday driver that's priced competitively against more purpose-built roadsters, and it's well-executed to boot," said Cars.com reviewer Kelsey Mays. Check out Mays' review for more.
Cars.com photo by Evan Sears
Tons of things go into seats, like passengers, child-safety seats and less convenient items like quarters, cellphones and keys that disappear into the black hole between the cushions. Few things, however, come out of a seat unless it's a coil spring poking you in the rear or the extravagant feature Mercedes-Benz incorporates on its E-Class convertible.
The Mercedes-Benz E550 Cabriolet's mysterious button hints that it expels something from the front seats, but it's not the scented breeze of pine trees when your passenger can't catch a hint.
The 2014 Mercedes-Benz E550 Cabriolet, the redesigned E-Class luxury vehicle which Cars.com reviewer Kelsey Mays recently tested, boasts new interior and exterior styling, a turbocharged V-8 engine and rear-wheel drive to go with that droptop. Is it as fun as all that sounds? Watch the video and find out.
"Though its look may not fit with the latest swoopy Benzes, the revised 2014 Mercedes-Benz E550 is graceful, powerful, more luxurious than before and still an excellent luxury sedan," said Cars.com reviewer Aaron D. Bragman. Read the review for more.
Cars.com photo by Aaron D. Bragman
The 2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class, which the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety classifies as a "large luxury car," has received the institute's highest safety honor, Top Safety Pick Plus. Helping to put it over the top, the E-Class earned a score of good in the small-overlap front crash test and offers standard front crash prevention technology. The vehicle also scored good in the other four testing areas: moderate overlap front, side, roof strength and head restraint.
IIHS added the small overlap evaluation in 2012 to replicate what happens when the front corner of a vehicle strikes another vehicle, tree or utility pole. To earn Plus status, a vehicle must receive a good or acceptable rating in this test, at least good on the other four crashworthiness evaluations, and basic, advanced or superior for front crash protection. The E-Class' standard Collision Prevention Assist scored a rating of basic for front crash protection, but when equipped with the optional Pre-Safe Brake system, that score is bumped up to superior.
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