2015Mercedes-BenzSL-Class

Mercedes SL-Class

The Official Car Of Beverly Hills Gets A Dramatic Rework Generally speaking, I'm a pretty measured sort of guy. But when it comes to convertibles, I'm a bit of a lunatic. I've been known to motor with the top down in all conditions – including light rain and snow – much to the…

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Mercedes-Benz SL snapped getting major facelift

Mercedes may have added other coupes and convertibles to its lineup in recent years, but the SL-Class remains its mainstay. And it's just been spotted with revised sheet metal and equipment undergoing testing near its headquarters in Germany.
Mercedes pays tribute to 1955 Mille Miglia with special-edition SL

Sixty years ago, the Mercedes 300 SL finished first, second and third in class at the Mille Miglia. Benz honors that victory with this special-edition SL550, now confirmed for availability in North America.
Mercedes giving SL a nose job

Mercedes tends to keep its SL roadster around longer than most models. The previous fifth-generation machine was launched in 2001, underwent a facelift in 2009 and stuck around until 2012. That's when the current model was introduced, and before it's replaced, Benz is expected to roll out another facelifted version. And that seems to be exactly what we're looking at here.
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"Merc itself acknowledges that the SL65 will not sell in big numbers: "We have developed [this car] for a small but loyal fan base," says AMG head Ola Kallenius.