After owning Jaguar and BMW convertible cars I can honestly say this is the best of the group. The body is very solidly built and exhibits none of the cowl shake issues commonly seen in convertibles. With the top up, the car is extremely quiet and the fit of the top, headliner and the window seals is excellent. If you're looking for a luxury convertible with a usable rear seat, this car is a very good choice. Great driving car with classic Mercedes good looks and build quality. Already one of my favorite cars of the more than 30 I've owned.
We have owner this car almost 4 years and are very pleased with it. My wife is the primary driver and I have a hard time getting behind the wheel. So when I get the chance I love driving the Mercedes. Every time I drive the car I am amazed by the ride & comfort of the car. We are getting 30 mpg on the highway and 22 average mpg all around. When we have the convertible roof down we can have a normal conversation while driving down the highway at 70 - 75 mph. We have only had one problem that could have been costly it not for the extended warranty. The rear window regulator broke which is unusual according to the repair shop. Other than routine maintenance, oil, tires, ect... the car has been problem free.
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