2011 Mercedes Benz SL-Class Review

The 2011 Mercedes SL-Class has changed a bit this year. With the current incarnation as one of the most outstanding convertibles on the market, there is little hope of anything revolutionary, this time, but improvements are evident.

Exterior-wise the headlights have been modified, as the grille and bumper. LEDs are not standard on the back too. Inside, the seats have been improved, a new steering wheel, and a new instrument panel style.

SL class is an interesting car heartbreaking. It has always been and we always hope. It is a day cruiser hot summers along the roads. It is a car class in abundance in its appearance, performance and build quality. As seater roadsters go, this is one of the best.

The SL550 model comes standard with 18-inch wheels, active bi-xenon headlights, active suspension system, windshield wipers and heated washer nozzles, wind deflector, automatic locking of interior storage bins, windshield wipers, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, dual-zone automatic climate control (with sensors capable of detecting the roof and window position, sun position, the number of passengers and humidity), leather upholstery, 12-way front seats Heated power electronic interface Mercedes-Benz COMAND, Bluetooth, Harman Kardon Logic 7 surround sound stereo equipped with six-CD / DVD changer, navigation, SD card reader, iPod integration and a disk drive in the car for storing digital music.


Cars pack a serious punch when it comes to top speed and acceleration, but the ride feels smooth and elegant. CL600 gets a little 'less than 60 in 4.5 seconds, which is a great machine is impressive. Even if the engines are powerful, CL-Class is not a sports car. E 'interpreter capable of luxury handbags for those who want to get places quickly, but without compromise.

Vehicle type: two-door coupe

Base price: $ 113,150 CL-550

Engine Type: V8 - V12

Capacity: 4.7 to 6.0 liters

Power (SAE net): 429 to 621 hp

Torque (SAE net): 516 lb-ft - 738 lb-ft

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