An exceptional motor carSL-Class R231 SL 350 (2012-2014)
I have owned this vehicle for 4 years after buying it in 2016. It has a 6 cylinder naturally asperated engine with the 7 speed box. It is a pearlescent white with a light grey interior. The car has now travelled 55000km, 30,000 of those since I bought it.
I have had the car serviced every year except 2018 at MB, when I needed the brake fluid changed and the discs replaced. A $2000k job which admittedly included the full B service.
This car is a joy to both drive and own. I don't use it much in the winter, but in spring and autumn and a... Read moret night in summer the roof is nearly always down. Its a great way to get to work or just get in an drive. I have never had a car make me feel this good, and I've owned a few! In the reviews I have read there is comments about the car being slow, its not. Its surprisingly fast and just rips away at the lights upto the speed limit. The steering is beautifully direct and with great feedback. The seat are comfortable and the car always feels planted. The surfaces are all wonderfully tactile and it feels so well made and durable. There are a few complaints though, but nothing that detracts too much from the car itself.
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