2021 Mercedes-Benz E 450 4MATIC Cabriolet new car reviews

Although not an AMG, the E 450 4MATIC Cabriolet is still good for 362 horsepower and 369 lb.-ft. of torque from a turbocharged inline-six and EQ Boost hybrid system.

Normally starting at $74,450, the E 450 we tested came in at $91,575 thanks to a few packages that add driver assistance tech, “intelligent” exterior lighting, and an AMG-branded styling pieces.

What’s this all-wheel-drive drop-top like to drive? Read our impressions below.

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David S. Wallens
David S. Wallens
Editorial Director

Totally realize that this isn’t a core car among the GRM faithful. It’s not an alternative to a Miata, Mustang or Boxster. Even a 3 Series convertible is in a different class.

But if you, a family member or a friend has nearly six figures to drop on a convertible, this is one to consider. While maybe not carrying the curb appeal of an open S-class, the E-class still delivers: powerful, perfectly appointed and asking for so little in return.

With the top up, the interior becomes a nearly silent respite. Drive it cross country? Let's go.

And, when time for some sunshine, pull the lever and welcome the sky.

No one else builds a convertible like this.

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