Like its Coupé stablemate, the all-new E-Class Cabriolet is based upon the E-Class saloon platform, so it’s both longer, wider and more accommodating for passengers than previous models. As such it occupies a unique niche among convertibles, being a true four-seater that’s refined and relaxing to drive, whilst also being capable of impressive performance
|Initial Rental||£3,444.00 + VAT|
|Followed by monthly payments||47 x £574.00 + VAT|
|Miles Per Annum||10,000|
The extra length conferred by the Mercedes MRA platform suits the E-Class Cabriolet, giving long, sweeping lines from the distinctive front grille through to the tail, for a timeless design that is elegant and unfussy.The Cabriolet’s roof is multi-layer insulated fabric, but you’ll scarcely notice the difference between this and a metal roof when it’s erected, plus it takes up a lot less space when stowed. Inside, you’ll find a mixture of traditional craft with modern tech, such as the spaceship-like air vents and the tubular dials set within a digital driver display screen. All models come with the AMG Line package of AMG alloy wheels and body styling components.
Terms and Conditions: *Business users only: All rentals exclude VAT at 20%. Further charges including excess mileage and fair wear and tear may be payable when vehicle is returned. Indemnities may be required. Available to over 18s, subject to status from participating centres for vehicles ordered and delivered by 31st December 2018 (subject to availability). Offer may be varied or withdrawn at any time. Images may not represent exact model described, specification correct at time of publication. Prices quoted and examples shown are correct at time (October 2018) and do not take into account any variation to government taxes or charges arising after the date of publication. Terms and conditions apply. Jardine Motors Group includes Lancaster Motor Company Ltd, Lancaster Cars Ltd, Lancaster Luxury Vehicles Ltd, Lancaster Plc, Lancaster Specialist Cars Ltd and Lancaster Sports Cars Ltd. All of whom are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.