2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible

2020 MODEL
$71,400 - $73,900
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2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Complete In-depth Review & Buying Guide

Updated on: July 10, 2020
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Most manufacturers today focus on building up a single aspect of a car quite well while leaving the less relevant ones out of the planning process. The 2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet stands to challenge that fact. Not only is it a car well-built for comfort but it can deliver some of the best driving experiences you can derive out of a convertible.

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Pros

Sets the benchmark with its highly luxurious and customizable interior

Good balance between power and fuel economy

Loads of tech for safety and infotainment

Exceptional ride quality

Cons

Limited cargo space

Exterior design could use an update

Prices quickly escalate when adding in packages

What's New?

The Premium package becomes standard for all coupes and convertibles


Features

vehicle bio

base price

$71400

bodystyle

2dr Convertible

passenger capacity

4

top speed

130 mph

drivetrain

RWD

engine type

displacement

183 cu.in.

horsepower

362 hp @ 5500 rpm

torque

369 lbs.-ft. @ 1800 rpm

transmission

9-speed shiftable automatic

chassis

frame type

Unibody

suspension front

Independent front multi-link suspension

suspension rear

Independent rear multi-link suspension

brake rotors (f/r)

14.2/14.2

dimensions

wheelbase

113.1 in.

length

63.3 in.

width

73.1 in.

height

56.2 in.

curb weight

4189 lbs.

ground clearance

3.7 in.

capacity

cargo volume

9.5 cu ft.

performance

zero to 60 mph

5.1 sec.

standing ¼-mile

13.6 sec.

fuel economy

city/combined/highway

21/30/25 mpg

warranty

basic warranty

4 yr. /50000 mi.

drivetrain warranty

4 yr./ 50000 mi.

corrosion warranty

4 yr. /50000 mi.

roadside assistance

4 yr. / 50000 mi.


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Ratings

Features

9.9

Engine And Performance

7.0

Fuel Economy

9.0

Interior

9.0

Exterior

9.0

Safety

9.9

Competition

9.0

Final Verdict

8.9

9.0

OVERALL RATING

Trims and Configurations

MSRP


2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible E 450

E 450

power
362 hp @ 5500 rpm
fuel
Intercooled Turbo Premium Unleaded
mpg
25 combined

$71,400 - $73,900


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
E 450 2dr Convertible (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 9A) Starting at $71,400 MSRP (21/25/30) 362 hp @ 5500 rpm, 3 L, V-6, Intercooled Turbo Premium Unleaded
9-speed shiftable automatic rear wheel drive 4
E 450 4MATIC 2dr Convertible AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 9A) Starting at $73,900 MSRP (21/25/30) 362 hp @ 5500 rpm, 3 L, V-6, Intercooled Turbo Premium Unleaded
9-speed shiftable automatic all wheel drive 4

Expert Review

9.0

Overall Rating


The E-Class has delved into the middle ground left by the entry-level C-Class and the more luxurious S-Class. As such, it is just nimble enough to give you a thrilling drive when you want it to, and packs in just enough features to never let you deny comfort in any sense. Many would appreciate the E-Class Cabriolet simply because of its added design flair to take the roof off, well worth the extra $10,000 over the coupe.

However, its price point makes the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet venture into a turf dominated by some pretty extraordinary machines. The Audi S5 Cabriolet, for example, comes pretty close to matching the E-Class at a lower price point and more features as standard. Then there are the Jaguar F-Type and the BMW Z4, both of whom ditch the rear seats for a more intense driving experience. With quite a bit of competition for its corner, let’s see if the E-Class still has the upper hand.

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Front View
2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Rear View

9.9/10
Features

 

7.0/10
Engine and Performance

 

9.0/10
Fuel Economy

 

9.0/10
Interior

 

9.0/10
Exterior

 

9.9/10
Safety

 

9.0/10
Competition

 

8.9/10
Final Verdict

 

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Features

9.9/10

Mercedes-Benz had cleaned up the E-Class Cabriolet lineup back in 2019. That trend carried over unchanged this year, with just the E450 contributing to both the trims. These had similar equipment and access to pretty much the same packages. The only difference was that the 4Matic enabled you to get AWD and an adaptive air suspension, while the rest of the car remained untouched. If that wasn’t enough for you to get your game face on, there was an AMG-tuned E 53 with superior performance. It has been reviewed separately as a whole different car.

Trim

E450

E450 4Matic

MSRP (RWD)

$71,400

-

MSRP (AWD) - $73,900

Key Features

3.0L Biturbo V6 Engine

All the features of the E450 Plus:

 

Selective Damping Suspension

4Matic AWD system

 

Nappa Leather Upholstery

Adaptive Air Suspension

 

Power-adjustable seats with multi-level Heating, Ventilation, and Massaging Functions

 

 

12.3-inch Digital Touchscreen

 

 

COMAND Controller and Navigation System

 

 

13-Speaker Burmester Surround Sound System

 

What would we recommend?

The E450 4Matic is the one to go for. It is not that much more expensive than the base coupe and offers impeccable handling thanks to its excellent AWD system. Its adaptive air suspension gets you a more refined ride quality, too.

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Engine and Performance

7.0/10

Under the hood, the Mercedes E450 packs a 3.0L Biturbo V6 engine. It delivers 362 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque either to the rear wheels or all four, depending on which trim you choose. Since the turbos are sequential instead of parallel, the lag is greatly reduced. This gives you the max power and torque at revs way lower than most other sporty convertibles.

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible has 362 Horsepower

The transmission is a 9-Speed automatic that uses Mercedes’ trusted G-Tronic mechanism. It enables shorter steps between gear changes so that the shifts are smooth and seamless. The drive modes are easy to select with the Dynamic Drive selector switch. Using the paddle shifters, each gear change takes less than 150 milliseconds. It makes the powertrain an absolute joy when downshifting.

Models

Mercedes-Benz E450 4Matic Cabriolet

Audi S5 Cabriolet Prestige

Jaguar F-Type P340 Convertible

BMW Z4 sDriveM40i Roadster

MSRP

$73,900

$67,300

$74,200

$63,700

Engine

3.0L Biturbo V6

3.0L TFSI V6

3.0L Supercharged V6

3.0L Turbocharged inline-6

Drivetrain

AWD

AWD

RWD

RWD

Transmission

9-Speed G-Tronic Automatic

8-Speed Automatic

8-Speed Automatic

8-Speed Sport Automatic

Power (hp @ rpm)

362@6,000

349@6,400

340@6,500

382@5,000

Torque (lb-ft @ rpm)

369@1,800

369@1,370

332@3,500

369@1,600

The power is a lot and sits well in the range shared by most other convertibles in the segment. The S5’s lack of power goes nearly unnoticed and is countered with the Quattro AWD system. The Jag’s supercharged engine and slick ZF transmission more than compensate for its lack of power. The BMW Z4 is the least expensive and most powerful of the lot, making it more driver-intensive than all other cabriolets.

Is the E-Class Convertible fast?

The power is translated well into the performance of the Mercedes E-Class Coupe. It goes from a standstill to 60 mph in 5.1 seconds. Although it is not enough to match up to the acceleration figures of its competitors, it is still decent enough to be taken around the track. The Dynamic Drive mode selector gives a firm grip on the behavior of the car. In Comfort mode, the acceleration is smooth and considerate, just enough to let you overtake cars on the overpass. Engage the Sport+ and you can truly appreciate what this machine is capable of.

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible hits 0-60 in just 5 sec

Model

Mercedes-Benz E450 4Matic Cabriolet

Audi S5 Cabriolet Prestige

Jaguar F-Type P340 Convertible

BMW Z4 sDriveM40i Roadster

0-60 MPH (sec)

5.1 

4.8

4.9

3.9

Quarter Mile (sec)

13.6

13.5

13.4

12.3

Top Speed (MPH) 150 155 186 155

Engine

3.0L Biturbo V6

3.0L TFSI V6

3.0L Supercharged V6

3.0L Turbocharged inline-6

Emission (Tons/yr of CO2 Emissions @ 15k mi/yr)

6.7

6.7

6.7

5.5

The Merc’s insistence on luxury adds quite a bit of weight to the car, which ultimately leads to its slow pace at the track. The Bimmer dominates the competition with more power and a smaller, lighter body. The Audi S5 takes advantage of its Quattro AWD to gain traction and proves faster than expected. The Jaguar F-Type relies on its superior transmission and excellent driving dynamics.

How good are the brakes?

With high-performance carbon-ceramic brakes bearing the Mercedes-Benz logo front and back, the E450 is dead serious about stopping power. The pedal is feather-light and the bite is electronically determined by an independent 4-wheel ABS that works in tandem with the Stability Control. This means that the magnitude of braking never feels out of place regardless of the speed of the car. It gives you confidence out on the track and convenience when driving in stop-and-go traffic.

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible has 14.2 of Front Brake

Model

Mercedes-Benz E450 4Matic Cabriolet

Audi S5 Cabriolet Prestige

Jaguar F-Type P340 Convertible

BMW Z4 sDriveM40i Roadster

Brake Rotors Front (in)

14.2

13.8

14.0

13.7

Brake Rotors Rear (in)

14.2

13.0

12.8

12.8

Curb Weight (lbs)

4332

4211

3521

3457

60-0 MPH (ft)

115

158**

110

103

** Used for 70-0 MPH

A braking distance of 115 feet is required to stop the Mercedes E450 from 60 mph. It is commendable, although not as good as the braking performance of its competitors. Even with the biggest brakes in the segment, the bulk of the car diminishes its braking performance. The BMW Z4 has the best braking performance due to great weight distribution, which is low enough, to begin with.

Does the E-Class deliver on ride and handling?

With electromechanical steering, it is very easy to determine where the front end of the car is at all times. The 4Matic AWD provides a lot of traction around corners, making the E-Class stick to the road around the twistiest of hairpins without losing grip. However, turn the traction control off and put in the Sport+ mode, this makes you realize that the E450 is convenient to drift around corners. Even without using the Direct-Steer feature, the car is to-the-point in terms of handling. Still, the Cabriolet lets you feel the added weight.

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible 

For a more refined aspect of the car, such as the one you would expect on a long cruise, the Comfort mode gets you a smooth and sublime ride. With the adaptive air suspension and 4-wheel multilink, the E-Class is adept to take on the rough tarmac without much problem. The E-Class Cabriolet can take its roof down in just under 20 seconds at speeds of up to 31 mph. It is an inch thick soft-top built with 3 layers of insulation, making sure minimum road noise makes its way inside the cabin.

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Fuel Economy

9.0/10

The Mercedes-Benz E450 doesn’t disappoint in terms of fuel economy. With a combined EPA-rated 22 mpg, it is much better than most other cars in the sports-luxury coupe segment. A 17.4-gallon fuel tank further enhances the car’s ability to go on extended cruises without refills. There is an ‘ECO’ button on the console which, when engaged, improves the E450’s city economy by minimizing the engine power at slower speeds.

Model

Mercedes-Benz E450 4Matic Cabriolet

Audi S5 Cabriolet Prestige

Jaguar F-Type P340 Convertible

BMW Z4 sDriveM40i Roadster

MPG (City)

19

19

19

24

MPG (Highway)

26

26

27

31

MPG (Combined)

22

22

22

26

Fuel Capacity (Gallons)

17.4

15.3

18.5

13.7

Range (City/Hwy/Combined) (mi)

331/452/382

291/398/336 370/518/407 329/425/356

The BMW Z4 M40i may have the best fuel economy per gallon but its smaller gas tank grants it about the same range as any other convertible in this segment. The Audi and the Jag come close to the Merc in terms of fuel economy. One thing’s for certain, you won’t have to bother with mpg figures when picking out one of these.

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Interior

9.0/10

If you pay more than $70,000 for a four-seater cabriolet, you expect an interior that is luxurious enough to spend an evening driving around without a cinch. The E-Class surely delivers with its upscale cabin, surrounding the passengers with nothing but its exceptional build quality and high-end materials. The seats can be made of Nappa leather that is hand-stitched into the headrests and seating surfaces. With the dashboard, you can have the option for Alcantara or fine-grain leather finish. There are no panel gaps visible from the inside of the car. The seats are 6-way power-adjustable, optional with multi-level heated, ventilated, memory, and massaging functions. The Cabriolet adds in a few exclusives such as neck-level heating and an Aircap wind deflector to keep the inside of the cabin away from disturbances most convertibles suffer from.

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Front Seats

With such a large range of luxury mods, it is difficult to get all the settings just right for the perfect drive. Thankfully, Mercedes offers an Energizing Comfort option that streamlines the whole process. You can select from a variety of presets that can take care of all the comfort settings for various functions for you. All the doors and the trunk lid can be operated remotely from well-labeled buttons on the console. Even the ignition can be done remotely via the Mercedes me connect mobile app.

Model

Mercedes-Benz E450 4Matic Cabriolet

Audi S5 Cabriolet Prestige

Jaguar F-Type P340 Convertible

BMW Z4 sDriveM40i Roadster

Seating Capacity

4

4

2

2

Front Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

37.8/56.1/41.8

40.0/55.3/41.3

37.0/56.5/42.8

38.9/54.3/42.2

Rear Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

36.4/48.4/34.1

36.3/46.9/33.3

N/A

N/A

Few other convertibles in this segment offer comfort for both the front and rear passengers in the same quality. The Audi S5 Cabriolet is the only 4-seater convertible. The Bimmer offers plenty of room for two, despite its tiny body. No excuse for the Jag. The F-Type has a cramped interior that makes it difficult to egress for taller passengers. Moreover, it still needs some work with the quality of the finish.

Does the E-Class have an advanced infotainment system?

Mercedes-Benz E-Class has some of the most advanced infotainment features ever put to use in a cabriolet. The infotainment is managed through two 12.3-inch LED touchscreens. One serves as the information display on the driver-side dash while the other is housed at the center of the console, handling multimedia and luxury. The screens use COMAND system through touch or a controller next to the drive selector. It is swift and precise, although those looking for more convenience can always opt for Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Infotainment Screen

For obvious reasons, the E-Class Convertible has only one Burmester audio system available. It has 13-speakers and supports surround sound. You won’t get a concert-like sound quality as with the 23-speaker Burmester system on the coupe. In spite of that, it gets the job done. The system houses a 590-Watt 9-channel amplifier that compensates for any ambient noise in the cabin.

Some additional Infotainment features include:

  • SiriusXM Satellite Radio
  • AM/FM/HD Radio
  • 2 USB Ports
  • Bluetooth Hands-Free Connectivity
  • Auxiliary Cable Input
  • SD Card Reader
  • 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot
  • Heads-Up Display
  • Inductive Wireless Charging with NFC Pairing

Can it carry some cargo?

Now, this is a tad bit embarrassing. Even with the longest wheelbase in its class, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class falls flat in terms of cargo volume. With a 9.5 cubic-feet trunk that is further shrunk with the top down, it is a pain to carry more than a couple of large suitcases. While other cars in the segment don’t perform much better, the trunk lid opens far wider than in an E-Class Cabriolet. Still, the Mercedes-Benz E450 has the option to fold the rear seats 40/20 to increase the storage space to a useful extent.

Model

Mercedes-Benz E450 4Matic Cabriolet

Audi S5 Cabriolet Prestige

Jaguar F-Type P340 Convertible

BMW Z4 sDriveM40i Roadster

Cargo Capacity (ft3)

9.5

7.3

7.3

9.9

The small-item storage fares a lot better. There are cup holders and cubby storage for every passenger. Additionally, the center console has enough space for a variety of items like wallets and smartphones. The glove box is big enough for three A4-sized folders and features a refrigeration function. The side pockets offer decent storage space as well, big enough for medium-sized water bottles.

Interior Features

  • Leather-Trimmed Steering Wheel
  • Cabin Particulate Air Filter with Fragrance Control
  • Homelink Garage Door Opener
  • Airscarf Neck-Heating System
  • Dynamic Wind Blocker
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2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Exterior

9.0/10

While it is quite beautiful to look at, especially after the redesign of 2018, the exterior design is putting on quite an age for the E-Class Cabriolet. Changes to a few features to the front and rear don’t cut it anymore. While some may appreciate Mercedes sticking to their original design, those less familiar with the classic Mercs would go for the wider Jaguar F-Type or the sporty BMW Z4 instead.

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible 3 Quarter View

The E450 comes standard with 18-inch 5-spoke wheels with AMG-derived 19- and 20-inch variants as optional. There are a dozen color choices for the exterior of the car, with even more as part of the AMG Line package. The diamond front grille and dual-LED tail lights give the E450 its characteristic look. Still, the side profile is enough to differentiate it from any other convertible in the Mercedes-Benz lineup.

Exterior Features

  • All-LED Exterior Lighting
  • Chrome Diamond-Block Grille
  • Illuminated Door Sills
  • Soft-Close Doors
  • Acoustic Soft-Top with Heated Rear Window

Is the Mercedes E-Class a large cabriolet?

In its segment, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet stands out as the biggest and boldest convertible. It is the heaviest as well. Weighing in at 4332 lbs, it is nearly 110 lbs heavier than the Audi S5 and has a margin of more than 800 lbs from the lightest one in this segment, the BMW Z4. For its size, it is surprising just how nimble the E450 4matic is. Its weight is distributed well and the selective damping suspension never lets you feel its girth during the drive.

Model

Mercedes-Benz E450 4Matic Cabriolet

Audi S5 Cabriolet Prestige

Jaguar F-Type P340 Convertible

BMW Z4 sDriveM40i Roadster

Curb Weight (lbs)

4332

4211

3521

3457

Length (in)

190.0

184.7

176.5

170.7

Width (in)

73.2

72.7

74.2

73.4

Height (in)

56.2

54.4

51.5

51.3

Ground Clearance (in)

3.9

4.2

4.0

4.6

Wheelbase (in)

113.1

108.8

103.2

97.2

The imposing size is what makes the Mercedes E450 so spacious. It sits lower than its competition, making the center of gravity lower. This is what gives the E-Class Cabriolet its characteristic dynamics.

It shares much of it with the Audi S5 Cabriolet, though the latter edges out due to its smaller dimensions. The tiny BMW Z4 is lighter and even more agile. However, the Jaguar F-Type is undoubtedly the most elegant of all.

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Exterior
2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Exterior
2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Exterior
2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Exterior
2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Exterior
2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Exterior
2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Exterior
2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Exterior
2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Exterior
2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Exterior

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Safety

9.9/10

No variant of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet has been tested by either the NHTSA or the IIHS to date. However, since the car is based on the same platform as its sedan and station wagon versions, it can score slightly below due to its compromised roof strength. The E-Class sedan earned the Top Safety Pick+ Award from the IIHS last year, while the 2020 version scored a perfect 5-star rating in all tests conducted by the NHTSA.

Needless to say, the Mercedes W213 chassis is strong enough to survive the worst of impacts in a collision. But the guys over at Stuttgart are not satisfied with just a strong body frame. They have to go ahead and arm the car with all the safety features that would make you wonder why there needs to be a driver at all. The safety suite doesn’t offer full autonomy when driving the car, although it makes the job of the driver a lot easier. Highlights include a Pre-Safe system that takes control of the car’s systems if it senses that a collision is imminent, protecting the occupants in the event of a crash. A Driver Attention Alert is also present that keeps a tab on 70 different parameters to determine signs of fatigue in the driver.

Safety Features

  • Electronic Stability Control(ESC)
  • ABS And Driveline Traction Control
  • Side Impact beams
  • Car-to-X Communication
  • Driver Attention Assist
  • Dual-Stage Driver And Passenger Seat-Mounted Airbags
  • Front And Rear Parking Sensors
  • Blind Spot Monitoring System
  • Tire Specific Low Tire Pressure Warning
  • Forward Collision Warning with Automated Emergency Braking
  • Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist
  • Dual-stage Driver and Passenger Front Airbags
  • Airbag Occupancy Sensor
  • Pre-Safe System
  • Rear Child Safety Locks
  • First Aid Kit
  • Outboard Front Lap And Shoulder Safety Belts
  • Rear-View Camera with Cross-Traffic Alert

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Competition

9.0/10

Mercedes-Benz E-Class vs Audi S5

Both German cabriolets do their best to gain the top spot of the segment. While both offer a good balance of performance and luxury, there are notable differences that constitute a divisive fan base for both the cars. The Merc lacks performance while the S5 has back seats fit only for children. Executives will more likely prefer the E-Class for its unmatched luxury and convenience features, while those looking for more a more thrilling ride and a refined powertrain would favor the Audi.

2020 Audi S5

Mercedes-Benz E-Class vs Jaguar F-Type

Jaguar has had a tough time getting the quality and reliability stain off of its reputation. It is a definite reason why most people trust a Mercedes-Benz over a Jag. Nevertheless, the latest variant of F-Type is looking to make a strong improvement. At the performance spectrum, the Jaguar F-Type is a clear winner, but only because it makes compromises in passenger space and technology. Some would argue that a convertible is supposed to be a 2-seater anyway. On that notion, the Merc can fulfill multiple duties at once.

2020 Jaguar F-Type

Mercedes-Benz E-Class vs BMW Z4

While the Merc tries to balance out its grandiose and performance, the BMW Z4 M40i tips the scales to absolute driving fun. It goes for weight-saving measures like an aluminum engine block and SensaTec upholstery. This also means that there is less chance of a state-of-the-art infotainment system to reside behind the screen of the central console. The Mercedes-Benz E-Class packs in a lot more features, enough to let you overlook the clear disadvantage of agility.

2020 BMW Z4

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible Final Verdict

8.9/10

The 2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is a stunning car even before you take into consideration the drop-top cool of the Cabriolet. It can deliver on intense driving fun, ample comfort, and high-tech infotainment and safety all rolled wonderfully in a single package. Sure, the price tag is closing towards the $100,000 mark, which offers far better alternatives. Until then, it is one of the most remarkable convertibles on sale today.