Mercedes SLC review

Category: Convertible

Section: Interior

Mercedes-Benz SLC
  • Mercedes-Benz SLC
  • Mercedes-Benz SLC
  • Mercedes-Benz SLC
  • Mercedes-Benz SLC
  • Mercedes-Benz SLC
  • Mercedes-Benz SLC
  • Mercedes-Benz SLC
  • Mercedes-Benz SLC
  • Mercedes-Benz SLC
  • Mercedes-Benz SLC
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Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

Perceived quality lags behind that of an Audi TT, although there are nice touches including soft leather on the upper dashboard and a sports steering wheel. The SLC's buttons and rotary climate control dials don't feel as nicely damped and much of its dash plastics neither look nor feel very plush.

The SLC’s infotainment system is also looking very old hat next to more modern Mercedes models. Mercedes' own Comand set-up offers neither the intuitiveness or graphical slickness of rival systems from BMW and Audi, and is in places clunky and irksome to use. Drivers get a second smaller screen between the two front dials to show speed and other information, which is handy when you’re on the move.