The modelRead full Mercedes AMG SL review
The latest Mercedes SL trades the previous version's slightly dumpy looks and handling for something more aggressive. It's still more of a grand tourer than a sports car, but is now extremely composed, and, with its extra dose of practicality, it’s more versatile than ever.
The trimSee full equipment
Similar in style to the Premium but gets more kit such as larger 21in wheels, massaging front seats, a head-up display, augmented reality for the navigation system and more blacked-out exterior elements.
The engineSee full engine specs
Even the entry-level SL 43's engine comes packed with power, with 375bhp courtesy of a 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine. Its sub-5.0sec 0-62mph time means it’ll be fast enough without being as thirsty as the higher-tier engines.
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