Used Mercedes-Benz convertibles for Sale
About Mercedes-Benz Convertibles
You love rolling down the coast with the top down, but you also want more than a stick shift and manual ragtop. The entire lineup of Mercedes-Benz convertibles brings performance and luxury together so you can feel the wind in your hair. Look for room to seat your family of four in the C-Class, E-Class, or S-Class Cabriolet. Take a pal and your clubs out to the golf course in the SL or SLC Roadster with their power-retracting hard tops. Unleash your passion for heart-pounding automotive performance in a Mercedes-Benz AMG GT R and its 550 hp. No matter which model you choose, premium seating, driver memory, and keyless entry/start are found on most Mercedes-Benz convertibles for 2017 to present.
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Q: Which Mercedes-Benz convertibles have room for two or four passengers?
A: For model years 2017 to 2020, the Mercedes-AMG® GT Roadster, the SL Roadster, and SLC Roadster all give you two-seater style and excitement. The C-Class, E-Class, and S-Class cabriolet offer room for up to four.
Q: What Mercedes-Benz convertible is the fastest?
A: The 2020 Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster can achieve 60 mph in just 3.6 seconds with its 550-hp AMG 4.0L biturbo V8 engine.
Q: Do Mercedes-Benz convertibles come with power retracting tops?
A: Yes, for example the 2017 C-Class cabriolet can both retract and raise its soft top in just 20 seconds. The 2020 AMG GT can be rolling up to 31 mph while it tucks the top out of sight.
Q: Which is the smallest Mercedes-Benz convertible?
A: The 2020 SLC 300 has a wheelbase of just 95.7 inches, which allows it to zip around town and into compact parking spaces.
Q: Can you get a hard top on any Mercedes-Benz convertibles?
A: The 2020 SL Roadster and SLC Roadster come standard with a retractable hard-top, which adds appeal and versatility for drivers in colder climates and if you want to use it as a daily driver.
Mercedes-Benz Convertibles: Popular Models
The compact two-door/four-seater first appeared in 2017 and comes with a 2.0L four-cylinder 241-hp engine in rear or all-wheel drive. Heated front seats with driver memory, automatic climate control, and hands-free calling sit at the top of its many amenities. The soft top is power retracting while rain-sensing wipers, available remote engine start and a back-up camera deliver added convenience.1
Redesigned for the 2018 model year, this midsize four-seater amps up the excitement with a 3.0L biturbo V6 engine producing 362 hp, an automatic transmission with overdrive, and RWD or 4MATIC® all-wheel drive. Leather upholstery gives an extra dimension of luxury to heated front seats. The split rear seat can fold down to give more room for the trunk. An available Wi-Fi hotspot, keyless start, and the three-layer soft top deliver on open air fun.2
The large two-row, four-person convertible not only features an extended wheelbase for a seamless ride, as of 2017 you will find a V8 motor under the hood to steal your breath away with 449-hp and rear-wheel drive. The front seats get heat, ventilation, and lumbar support, plus massage is included on the 2020 model. Power-folding mirrors, a hands-free trunk lid, navigation and active air suspension provide every possible convenience for model year 2017 to present. Look for the AMG styling package when you desire a more sporting appearance.
Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster
Compact body, two seats, a powerful engine, and performance engineering create a convertible worthy of the most challenging road courses in the world. This model debuted in 2018 with a twin-turbo V8 engine, rear spoiler, double-wishbone suspension, and seven-speed automatic transmission with manual mode. The 2020 can rocket up to 60 mph in just 3.9 seconds. A programmable dash display logs lap times, braking zones, and suggests shift points.
Combining elegance and competence, this hard-top two-seat convertible last received a mid-generation refresh for model year 2016. The 2020 gives you a choice of the 362-hp 3.0L V6 or 4.7L 449-hp V8 engine. An available panoramic moonroof is built-into the hard-top design. A leather interior, premium surround sound system, smartphone integration, and available massage seat with memory create a cockpit worthy of your status.
For the driving enthusiast, the 2020 SLC Roadster gives you all the fun of piloting a luxury hard-top complemented by the spirited 2.0L twin-turbo four-cylinder engine, cruise control, and smartphone integration. The 2018 SLC300 earns an EPA-estimated 32 mpg highway with its automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive.3 The available AMG version finds more thrills on the open road with its 385-hp V6 engine.
1 Remote start functionality may require the purchase of a subscription plan and/or a compatible device like a smart phone. See the owner’s manual or manufacturer website for more information.
2 Wi-Fi hotspots require a data plan to activate and may also require a compatible device. See the owner’s manual or manufacturer website for more information.
3 Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov.
RepairPal gave Mercedes-Benz an overall reliability rating of 3 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Average. This rating ranks Mercedes-Benz 27th out of 32 among all car brands. This rating is based on an average across all the vehicles RepairPal considered in its dataset.
- Cost RepairPal reports that the average annual cost for repairs and maintenance on all Mercedes-Benz models is $904, compared to an average of $709 across all the models RepairPal considered in its dataset. This includes both scheduled maintenance and unscheduled repairs.
- Frequency According to RepairPal, Mercedes-Benz owners bring their vehicles into a repair shop for unscheduled repairs an average of 0.7 times per year, compared to an average of 0.4 times across all the models RepairPal considered in its dataset.
- Severity RepairPal reported that the probability of a repair being a severe or major issue is 13% across all Mercedes-Benz models, compared to an average of 13% for all the models RepairPal considered in its dataset.
RepairPal Reliability Ratings are based on the actual cost, frequency, and severity of unscheduled repairs and maintenance on make/model data for select 2010-2019 vehicles. The reliability of a specific vehicle may vary depending on its maintenance and driving history, model year, trim, and features.
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Reviews for Mercedes-Benz Convertibles
Comfort without Compromise
For the price of a new high end Honda or Volkswagen a used Mercedes E350 sedan offers unmatched quality of ride, quietness, and performance. Great functionality for both passengers and cargo access. Terrific value as a previously owned but cared for auto.
Excellent Premium mid-size
I have owned a 2012 E350 for about 3 years and it is clearly the nicest car I have ever owned. Granted, most of my cars have been Accord and Camry types, but I always thought they were pretty nice. I drove a good number of premium cars in my search for this car including Acura, Cadillac, and Lexus, but after driving the MB the rest didn't seem very impressive. This car has plenty of power and the ride is very smooth and quiet. In fact, I think the interior sound may be it's best attribute. The car gets very good gas mileage for a vehicle with a 300+ HP engine. I generally get 23 MPG or so which I am pretty happy with.
Super comfortable, lots of useful bells and whistles, powerful 302 HP motor and I also have full time all wheel drive. As long as you don't drive it like a race car, you can expect 24 mpg around town and almost 30 mpg on the interstate! Always wanted one and glad I choose the E350. Rides like a big, black cloud....
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