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Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet review: Convertible bond

Open top cars are riddled with compromises, but the Mercedes-Benz C 180 Cabriolet exemplifies their appeal

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Press a button for 20 seconds, and the Cabriolet's cloth roof does a graceful act of contortion and vanishes under a cover. It all happens in near silence, whereas most open top cars do their thing to a chorus of whirring motors.

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Press a button for 20 seconds, and the Cabriolet's cloth roof does a graceful act of contortion and vanishes under a cover. It all happens in near silence, whereas most open top cars do their thing to a chorus of whirring motors.

Singapore

WHAT price glamour? Here's an easy answer in the context of the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class: S$30,000. That's the premium you have to pay for a C 180 Cabriolet over the equivalent Coupe model.

The Coupe also has two doors and four seats, but if you want its roof to come off

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