As always with a Mercedes, the seats and wheel have an enormous amount of adjustment. The seats are comfortable, and you can order them with Airscarf neck-warmers. Even roof-up visibility isn't bad by cabrio standards. The niggles concern the dash layout; it's orderly, but things aren't always logically arranged, and both the lights and wipers are controlled by one column stalk.
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet space & practicality
The Cabrio is listed as a member of the E-Class family, but the wheelbase is actually the same as that of a C-Class, so things are a little snug in the back. Four adults will fit, but there isn't a huge amount of space. The boot isn't great, either; it's not that big and is awkwardly shaped.
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet equipment
Entry-level SE trim gets you an online sat-nav system as standard, along with a DAB radio and an Active Parking Assist system. AMG Sport trim adds a sportier bodykit, larger alloys, stiffer suspension and leather seats. The range-topping AMG Sport Plus model gets even bigger wheels, AMG sports seats, an upgraded stereo and keyless start.