Mercedes-Benz C-Class And S-Class Cabriolet Launched

Last Updated On: November 9, 2016

It looks like, Mercedes-Benz is on a spree to improve its lineup in the country, as there are multiple launches in the country this year. Now it is the C-Class and top of the line S-Class Cabriolet. The C-Class Cabriolet is priced at INR 60 lakh while the top-end S-Class Cabriolet comes at a whopping price tag of INR 2.25 crore (all prices ex-showroom). Talking about the C-Class, it comes with C300 badging and equipped with a 2.0-litre turbo, four-cylinder petrol engine. The same engine powers the locally manufactured GLC 300 SUV and delivers 245 hp maximum power. It is mated to a nine-speed automatic gearbox as standard with the option of Dynamic Select.

S-Class and C-Class Cabriolet
S-Class and C-Class Cabriolet

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The range-topping, S-Class Cabriolet comes in the S 500 disguise and is powered by a 4.7-litre twin-turbo V8 engine, which churns out a maximum power of 442 hp and peak torque of 700 Nm. The power is transmitted to the rear wheels and the styling is quite similar to the S-Class Coupe. Talking about the S-Class Cabriolet roof, it can be extended or folded away electrically within 20 seconds at speed up to 60 kmph. The individual can also operate it via remotely operated key fob.

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S-Class Cabriolet
Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet

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Just like C 300 Cabriolet, the S 500 also gets a choice for the roof fabric. The Mercedes logo act as a lever for operating boot lid and also act as a center for the reverse camera. On the feature list, the key highlight is the new Thermotronic climate control system, which uses sensors to automatically adjust temperatures and AirCap system to reduce wind noise in the cabin. With SLC already introduced in the market, the C-Class Cabriolet and S-Class Cabriolet will complete the lineup of convertibles for Mercedes in India.

C-Class Cabriolet
C-Class Cabriolet

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Not only this, it will further make the company’s position more firm in the country, as the key competitors, Audi and BMW are lagging behind in offering a vivid range of convertibles to the customers. Let’s see how the Indian customers respond to these newly launched cars and make a difference in the Mercedes sales.

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