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2010 MB E-Class convertible unveiled

By Blogger on 15 Dec 2009

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Mercedes-Benz is completing the E-Class family with the introduction of a convertible model that will replace the outgoing CLK drop top. It will compete head on with the BMW 3-Series and Audi A5 cabriolets.

Unique to the 2010 E-Class Convertible is a retractable wind spoiler located on top of the front windshield. Called an 'Aircap', the system works in conjunction with a rear deflector to help to direct wind over the passenger compartment. The convertible also gets an electrically operated fabric roof instead of a retractable hardtop.

The entry level petrol lineup is the 184HP E200 CGI found in the latest E-Class Sedan. Other powerplants include the 204HP E250 CGI, the 292HP E350 CGI and the top-of-the line E 500 with a 388HP V8 engine.

Cabriolet lovers in Singapore, get your cheque books ready! [;)]

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Cartoon Dec 15 2009 09:52 PM
Sheeze.. just got mine E-class.. :( Nevermind.. next year buy the new SLK (if it's coming out) or the R4 in 2011 or the porsche boxster..keke..
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