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Car and Driver: 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-class Cabriolet Driven: Four Reasons to Put Down Your Phone and Drop the Top

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-It’s a marvel that convertibles still exist in an era when many drivers care less about driving than they do about phone connectivity and in-car infotainment. Put the top down and, more often than not, sun glare washes out that colorful center-console display. No matter how good the wind blocker is, buffeting usually reduces hands-free communication to shouting, “I’ll call you back.” And these are the new problems. Like roaches and polyester, the tort lawyers and their aversion to risk that nearly drove convertibles to extinction in the 1970s are still with us. Carmakers have had only middling success with alternatives such as removable roof panels and retractable hardtops. Sunburn is still sunburn. READ MORE ››

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