Base SL55 AMG 2dr Roadster
2007 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class

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Engine Engine 5.4LV-8
MPG MPG 14 City / 19 Hwy
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2007 SL-Class Overview

The Mercedes-Benz SL-Class of two-seat roadsters has been significantly upgraded for 2007.These were wonderful cars before, and they're even more wonderful for 2007.

For 2007, all SL models get revised styling, with new front, rear, and side sheetmetal along with new interior decor.

The entry-level model, now called the SL550, gets a bigger, more powerful engine, and a new seven-speed automatic, giving it a big boost in performance and a sportier sound.The SL55 AMG gets more power as well.The steering and active suspension have been upgraded on all the 2007 models, sharpening the handling.

At the same time, these cars provide grand touring intimacy, for quiet conversation or unimpeded stereo performance.New upholstery materials give the cabins a richer appearance.Drop the top and they deliver comfortable, top-down motoring, putting the wind in your hair, and whisking your troubles away.Buffeting is well controlled, so you don't even have to put up with much wind.

Few sports cars can boast a continuous 50-year history like the Mercedes-Benz SL can.First offered as a two-seat 300SL roadster in 1957, the SL-Class brought heart-stopping good looks, fuel injection, independent front and rear suspension and disc brakes to the sports car party, and has been in the Mercedes-Benz lineup ever since, leading the applied technology in the sports car segment with things like the disappearing steel top, radar, sonar, active hydraulic suspension and composite brakes.Today we have the safest, quickest, flattest-handling and prettiest SL-Class cars in half a century.

The SL-Class comes in one body style, a two-seat roadster with a steel retractable hardtop.The SL550, SL600, SL55 AMG, and SL65 AMG deliver varying levels of performance, however, ranging from fast to faster.The SL models compete in the luxury sports car segment with the BMW 6 Series convertible, the new Jaguar XK, the Porsche 911 Turbo cabriolet, and the Aston Martin V-8 Vantage.
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2007 SL-Class Overview

The Mercedes-Benz SL-Class of two-seat roadsters has been significantly upgraded for 2007.These were wonderful cars before, and they're even more wonderful for 2007.

For 2007, all SL models get revised styling, with new front, rear, and side sheetmetal along with new interior decor.

The entry-level model, now called the SL550, gets a bigger, more powerful engine, and a new seven-speed automatic, giving it a big boost in performance and a sportier sound.The SL55 AMG gets more power as well.The steering and active suspension have been upgraded on all the 2007 models, sharpening the handling.

At the same time, these cars provide grand touring intimacy, for quiet conversation or unimpeded stereo performance.New upholstery materials give the cabins a richer appearance.Drop the top and they deliver comfortable, top-down motoring, putting the wind in your hair, and whisking your troubles away.Buffeting is well controlled, so you don't even have to put up with much wind.

Few sports cars can boast a continuous 50-year history like the Mercedes-Benz SL can.First offered as a two-seat 300SL roadster in 1957, the SL-Class brought heart-stopping good looks, fuel injection, independent front and rear suspension and disc brakes to the sports car party, and has been in the Mercedes-Benz lineup ever since, leading the applied technology in the sports car segment with things like the disappearing steel top, radar, sonar, active hydraulic suspension and composite brakes.Today we have the safest, quickest, flattest-handling and prettiest SL-Class cars in half a century.

The SL-Class comes in one body style, a two-seat roadster with a steel retractable hardtop.The SL550, SL600, SL55 AMG, and SL65 AMG deliver varying levels of performance, however, ranging from fast to faster.The SL models compete in the luxury sports car segment with the BMW 6 Series convertible, the new Jaguar XK, the Porsche 911 Turbo cabriolet, and the Aston Martin V-8 Vantage.Hide Full Review