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Mercedes E-Class 250 CDI Cabriolet

The Mercedes E-Class 250 CGI Cabriolet squeezes extra horsepower out of the 220’s diesel engine. These latest BlueEFFICIENCY engines return excellent fuel economy without sacrificing performance.

The E-Class Cabriolet is the replacement for the CLK Cabriolet. Although Mercedes Benz built the first of the modern hardtop convertibles this one has a fabric roof. The reason for this is far from cutting corners; it takes up much less space thus providing more interior and luggage space. The soft top also drops in just 20 seconds at speeds of up to 25mph. It’s a bigger car than the CLK and comes in a host of power choices including diesels – a first for a convertible Mercedes.

Mercedes E-Class 250 CDI Cabriolet Specifications

Car brandMercedes Benz
Roof typeFabric
Fuel typeDiesel
Engine typeStraight 4
Engine size2143 cc
Power204@3800 bhp
Torque368@1600-1800 lb.ft
Transmission type7-spd auto

Mercedes E-Class 250 CDI Cabriolet Performance

Max Speed (Auto)151 mph
0-60mph (Auto)- seconds
0-100kmph (Auto)7.7 seconds

Mercedes E-Class 250 CDI Cabriolet Economy and Emissions

EU Combined MPG (Auto)57.7 mpg
CO2 Emissions (Auto)128 g/km

Mercedes E-Class 250 CDI Cabriolet Details

Production dates2010-current
UK Retail pricefrom £44,100
UK Insurance group45
Luggage capacity300 litres
Fuel tank capacity66 litres
Warranty distanceUnlimited miles
Warranty length3 years
Information last updated May 5, 2014

One Owner Review

Do you drive a Mercedes E Class? Would you recommend it to others? Why not leave a comment to let us know what you think of the car. This Mercedes Benz has one owner review.

  1. James Thom says:

    I bought a e250 cdi cabriolet in June first of the 7 speed autos in white good things 64mph at 1500 revs average fuel consumption 40.9 milage from new 2150 miles on clock best 59mpg very smooth and quiet engine up to 3000revs. Bad things front end feels heavy when nipping round a roundabout or changing direction quickly engine noisy when extended. Everything else is good sports pack softer than my last 335d SE BMW but only just could be not having run flats. It’s probably one of the best motorway cars I’ve had low revs smooth engine and a hood that’s silent when up. Air cap spoiler works very well but needs the windows up and is less efficient in the back. Air scarf good but you have to buy leather to upgrade to air scarf. Car is stunning. Hope info helps.

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