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Mercedes-Benz SL-Class Pricing and Specs

2020 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class

2020

From $292,500

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

1993 to 2019

$19,300 - 413,380

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Year Price From Price To
2021 $292,500 $292,500
2020 $292,500 $292,500
2019 $148,400 $369,490
2018 $124,900 $273,680
2017 $107,400 $413,380
2016 $92,000 $255,750
2015 $76,700 $226,600
2014 $66,800 $200,310
2013 $57,000 $175,340
2012 $47,100 $149,380
2011 $46,300 $125,290
2010 $45,900 $123,090
2009 $40,200 $109,120
2008 $31,600 $96,910
2007 $27,400 $86,020
2006 $26,100 $81,400
2005 $26,100 $80,190
2004 $26,100 $80,190
2003 $26,100 $65,670
2002 $20,900 $65,670
2001 $20,900 $52,140
2000 $20,900 $52,140
1999 $20,900 $52,140
1998 $21,100 $52,140
1997 $21,100 $52,140
1996 $21,100 $52,140
1995 $19,300 $48,730
1994 $28,100 $48,070
1993 $28,100 $48,070
* Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price

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Mercedes-Benz SL-Class FAQs

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  • Benz worth collecting

    Early Mercedes SLs are already classics, so there's no problem there. The early ones -- 300SL, 190SL and 230SL pagoda roof models -- are now bringing quite high prices on the collector-car market, and while the later models aren't yet commanding the same high prices its a fair bet they will become more desirable as times goes on. If you're interested, I would look for a 350SL or even a 450SL. They are quite affordable and will give you lots of pleasurable kilometres. Most Benzes are reliable and will give untroubled service for years. Perhaps the most important thing is to buy a locally delivered car rather than a recent import. Quite a few Benzes have been brought in from Europe, Asia and the US and these can have problems with rust. I would avoid those and look for a car with a verifiable local history.

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