Cayman specialise in solving Mercedes E Class A207 convertible roof repairs.
If you are suffering from a wet cabin or boot area in your Mercedes E Class Convertible, contact us and we can talk you through the steps that lead to water reduction in your cherished cabriolet.
The Mercedes E Class A207 marked a stunning return of the E Class cabriolet W124 – a large four seater-that lasted through to 1997 and are now looking well-priced collectors editions.
Heated seats makes all the difference on a winter morning to avid cabriolet drivers and the triple-layered fabric roof opens or closes in just 20 seconds, and is operable at speeds up to 25mph. The Mercedes E Class A207 convertible is well insulated both acoustically and thermally and you can even drop all four windows at the touch of a button if required.
Mercedes’ ‘Aircap’ system reduces buffeting in the cabin when travelling at speed while ‘Airscarf’ sends a blast of warm air around your neck, making top-down motoring feasible on more than just the four days we call the British summer.
Like all soft top cabriolets they have their faults and in particular, lack of attention to care and maintenance can lead to water ingress and the usual electrical and mechanical faults caused by water damage on the operational roof system.