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Overview:

Mileage: 200
Trans: Automatic
Body: Roadster
Year: 17/67
Colour: Iridium Silver Metallic
Fuel Type: Diesel

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Reference Number: 0M1-504319

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Specification

"All Mercedes-Benz Used Approved vehicles come with a 12 month Manufacturer Warranty as standard. This includes a unique Mercedes-Benz Roadside Assistance package to ensure you are back on the road with the minimum of inconvenience. In an industry first, vehicles registered after 24th October 1998 will benefit from a 30 year MobiloLife Roadside Assistance package providing your vehicle is serviced by a Mercedes-Benz Retailer."

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Steve Palmer, General Manager

Mercedes-Benz of Slough

Specification
Body Glass
Electric front windows
Brakes
ABS with Brake Assist
ESP with Acceleration skid control (ASR)
Electronic parking brake
Brake callipers with Mercedes-Benz lettering + perforated brake discs
Adaptive brake system
Chassis/Suspension
Sports suspension
Communication
Bluetooth system
Driver Aids
Attention assist
DYNAMIC SELECT with a choice of driving modes (ECO, Comfort, Sport, Sport+ and Individual)
Power Steering
Driver Convenience
Remote boot release
Driver Information
Outside temperature gauge
Trip computer
Service indicator (ASSYST)
Chequered flag design instrument cluster
Driving Mirrors
Electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors
Engine
Diesel particulate filter
Entertainment
DAB Digital radio
Media interface
2 usb ports in centre console
Exterior Body Features
Body colour bumpers
Electro hydraulic vario roof
AMG bodystyling
Exterior Lights
Automatic headlamp activation
Adaptive brake lights
LED daytime running lights
Interior Features
Front centre armrest
Lockable glovebox
Steering wheel gearshift paddles
Brushed stainless steel sports pedals with rubber studs
3 spoke flat bottom multi-function perforated leather steering wheel
Safety
Seatbelt pretensioners
Driver/front passenger head+thorax airbag
Warning triangle and first aid kit
Dual stage Driver/Passenger Airbags
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Seats
Sports seats
Auto Mercedes-Benz child seat recognition sensor
Driver/front passenger seat height adjustment
Active head restraints
Security
Alarm system/interior protection/immobiliser
Wheels - Spare
Tyre sealant kit

The specification listed for this vehicle was standard when purchased new. The actual specification may vary, for confirmation, please contact our sales department.

Features

Ten Second Review

The Mercedes SLC, a revamped version of the brand's previous third generation SLK roadster, offers a tall stack of technology and an interior that's a whole lot smarter. It can also deliver impressively economical engines, especially if you choose the 2.1-litre four-cylinder diesel version.

Background

Read most car magazines and they'd have you believe that the Mercedes-Benz SLC is a car playing perpetual catch up with its key rival, Porsche's Boxster. Playing and not succeeding. Away from the world of manufacturer press launches and free lunches, the reality is somewhat different. Actually, the SLC, like its SLK roadster predecessor, outsells the Boxster by more than two to one in terms of worldwide sales, which paints a rather different picture of how the general public views the head to head. Those not familiar with the SLC will find a slicker 9-speed auto gearbox, more sophisticated technology and a classier cabin. In this 204bhp 250d diesel guise, it over 70mpg too.

Driving Experience

The 204bhp 2.1-litre unit in the SLC 250d is pretty much the same as it was in the old SLK, enabling this roadster to sprint to 62mph in just 6.6s and reach a top speed of 152mph, effectively matching the notably lively entry-level SLC 200 petrol model, though the more effortless way it delivers its performance will be attraction enough for some. The SLK 250d gets Mercedes' latest 9G-TRONIC automatic gearbox as standard and it's a brilliant match for the diesel engine's mid-biased torque delivery. Mercedes thinks that a big SLC selling point will be its 'DYNAMIC SELECT' vehicle dynamics system, one of those that enables you to alter your car's engine, transmission, steering and suspension characteristics at the touch of a button. The five modes - 'Comfort', 'Sport', 'Sport+', 'Eco' and 'Individual' are easy to select using the DYNAMIC SELECT button in the upper control panel on the dashboard console. The selected mode is shown on the colour multifunction display and also appears as a pop-up message on the head unit display. DYNAMIC SELECT is a standard feature in the SLC 250d. Keen drivers will also want to look at the extra-cost 'Dynamic Handling package' which features a 10mm lower chassis, an adaptive damping system, a direct steering system and the brand's clever 'ESP Dynamic Cornering Assist' feature.

Design and Build

As part of the facelift that's transformed the SLK into this SLC model, the Mercedes-Benz designers have tried to further hone this roadster's sporty look. There's a re-styled front section that sees the steeply raked diamond radiator grille elongate the appearance of the arrow-shaped bonnet. In addition, there's a bumper which features striking air intakes, dynamically modelled contours and high-quality chrome trim at the lower edge, along with distinctive headlights incorporating LED daytime running lamps, plus there's the option of an LED Intelligent Light System. The side view of the SLC reveals the typical features of a roadster, with a long bonnet, a passenger compartment that is set back and a short rear. The silhouette is defined by a variety of things; the gently rising beltline, the sweeping curve of the roof, the powerfully moulded wheel arches, sporty 16 to 18-inch light-alloy wheels and the ventilation grilles in the front wing. Inside, Mercedes has tried to give the cabin a higher quality feel, with extra flashes of aluminium and carbonfibre, plus electroplated control elements for the electrically adjustable seats and gearshift paddles. As with the SLK, you get an electrically-operated panoramic folding hard-top vario-roof that you can operate at speeds of up to 25mph. This can come with a 'MAGIC SKY CONTROL' option allowing you to lighten or darken the glass top at the touch of a button. Plus we'd also want to pay extra for the 'AIRSCARF' neck-level heating system. The 335-litre boot continues to be the biggest in the segment.

Market and Model

Prices haven't changed much over those of the SLK, which means that this diesel SLC will cost round £33,000 in base 'Sport' guise - or around £37,000 if you choose the plusher, racier-looking 'AMG Line' version. Equipment levels are much as before, though it is worth pointing out that the Audio 20 entertainment system can be combined with a Garmin MAPPILOT navigation set-up. If you want to go further, Mercedes' full-house COMMAND Online infotainment system is available as an option, complete with hard disc navigation, a DVD player, internet access, internet radio, Bluetooth connectivity, LINGUATRONIC voice control, an EMERGENCY Call service and an Integral Media Interface for your iPod or iPhone. Standard equipment on the SLC includes smart features such as Airguide. What's this? Well, rather than the clumsy mesh draught stoppers that some convertibles opt for, Mercedes-Benz aerodynamics engineers have developed a pair of pivoting transparent plastic 'petals' which are attached to the reverse of the roll-over bars. The driver or passenger can rotate them from their stowed position behind the head rest to their 'active' position and cut draughts in a flash. Onto safety. Amid the sea of standard safety features are two of particular note. The drowsiness detection system Attention Assist warns the driver to take a break when they have been driving too long or their driving patterns change. Pre-Safe uses radar to detect an impending collision and primes the brakes, seatbelts and airbags. The optional Pre-Safe Brake system takes things one step further and automatically applies the brakes if the car detects that its' about to run into the back of something.

Cost of Ownership

The SLC benefits from beefy residual values propping up its not inconsequential price tag. In latter years, fuel and emissions taxation have become a far bigger part of the annual financial equation for most owners, so with this car, Mercedes has aimed to set the bar for efficiency in its class with the diesel 250d variant. The figures speak for themselves: 70.6mpg on the combined cycle, which equates to 114g/km of CO2. Equivalent figures for the entry-level SLK 200 petrol, paired with the same automatic transmission, are 47.9mpg and 137g/km of CO2.

AMG floormats, Electric front windows, ABS with Brake Assist, Sports suspension, Bluetooth system, Attention assist, Remote boot release, Outside temperature gauge, Electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors...

Performance

Performance
Performance
0 to 60 mph (secs)
0 to 62 mph (secs)6.6
Engine Power - BHP204
Engine Power - KW150
Engine Power - PS
Engine Power - RPM3800
Engine Torque - LBS.FT369
Engine Torque - MKG51
Engine Torque - NM500
Engine Torque - RPM1600
Top Speed152

Go Green

Green Stats
Emissions - ICE
CO0.268
CO2 (g/km)114 (g/km)
HCN
HC+NOx0.073
Noise Level dB(A)70
NOx0.055
Particles0.0001
Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 6
Fuel Consumption - ICE
EC Combined (mpg)70.6
EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies
EC Extra Urban (mpg)72.4
EC Urban (mpg)54.3

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