We aren’t expecting a world of change to come to the C-Class for 2020, so the C300 Cabriolet should still be getting a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 255 horsepower and delivers a 6.2-second 0-60 mph time. All-wheel drive is a $2,000 option for the C300.
You pay for what you get in the C-Class, as almost everything is optional. There will be blind-spot monitors, LED exterior lighting, sport suspension, and adaptive brakes on board as standard. Advanced safety tech will run $1,700, and the package includes active steering, lane keep assist, lane change assist, speed limit info, congestion emergency braking, and more. An extra $1,090 will add a parking system with a surround-view camera, rear cross-traffic alerts, and parking assist.
The C-Class Convertible competes against the Audi A5 Convertible and BMW 4 Series. Pricing should continue to start at $52,845 and grow quickly from there, depending on options.