Mercedes-Benz and its lineup of roadsters sparks years of history, from the early 50s and the 300 SL ruling the racetracks and the open road to every generation after it giving what customers desire, open-top motoring done right. Turn back the clock to the early 2000s, and with performance figures seeing an uptick with every car sold and customers demanding more from cars, the R320 generation of the Mercedes-Benz SL sure had to be on top of its game. With the legendary 3-point star and years of history, this 2003 Mercedes-Benz SL500 was their answer to the ever-changing automotive world. With a reported 69,900 miles on the clock, this low mileage example is Mercedes-Benz, a survivor and one way of sprucing up your weekend.
Mercedes-Benz's answer for the blooming grand touring car segment was in the form of the Mercedes-Benz SL-Class. The SL-Class has been in production since 1954, and 2022 saw Mercedes-Benz rename the class to Mercedes-AMG SL. With seven generations of SL-Class, Mercedes-Benz has made a name for itself in the grand touring world. The first SL-Class was built for the Grand Prix and Mercedes-Benz had no intention of making a road version of the car until an American convinced the Germans to make one for the North American market. The fourth-generation Mercedes-Benz SL-Class was produced from 1989 to 2002. Up for grabs is a 2000 Mercedes-Benz SL500 with just 69,075 miles on the clock and available to be seen in the Lone Star State, Texas.
The thought that sparks at the mere mention of a Roadster would be cruising down a long stretch of road, stress free and living life at its best. When it comes to the perfect Roadster you had to have a Mercedes-Benz. They are designed and built to look the part on any sunset drive or scenic area, that very few could match up to. During the Nineties, the SL marque was set to be changed for the better. Sleek and modern looks was in order along with a whole lot of tech toys to keep up with the times. What came of it was 3 variants, the 320,500 and 600, each one surely making their owners stand out. Cruise those highways in style and stand out from the crowd with this 2002 Mercedes-Benz SL500 Roadster that we have today. Located in Florida and with just a reported 16,354 miles on the clock, this low mileage example of the ultimate roadster is something you need in your life.
The Mercedes-Benz SL-Class, which stretches back to the 1950s, is yet another formidable performer in the Merc family. The first SL was the 300SL, an outstanding car in its day, and only grew to be better with more luxury fittings, designs, technologies, and power. SL stands for Sports Leicht, which translates to sports lightweight and the digits traditionally refer to the engine size. This is a stunning example of a 2003 Mercedes-Benz SL500 Roadster which, as the digit stands, has a robust 5.0L V8 engine tucked under the hood. This SL500, which is located in Indiana, has less than 60,000 miles on the odometer and has recently had an oil change. It also comes with the original owner’s manual and three keys. With a wealth of factory options, this is the ideal car for those who seek for an open-air, two-seater grand touring experience.
The Mercedes Benz SL line has long been known as the thinking person's choice of luxury coupe-convertible. Today, the example we have on offer is possibly one of the most luxurious variants produced, as this Mercedes-Benz SL500 is the rare and limited Designo Launch version. This 2003 Mercedes Benz SL500 has covered only 8600 miles from new — exceptionally low mileage for an 18-year-old car. And with an extensive list of options, it's a desirable choice for anyone looking for a youngtimer classic. Included in the sale are the car's original books and manuals, as well as an official Mercedes-Benz car cover, custom to the launch editions. This SL500 Designo Launch Edition also includes two sets of keys.