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Mercedes AMG SLK

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Mercedes AMG SLK is in the mind and hearts of many the ultimate roadster. Two heated seats, air scarf that blows warm air on to the back of the necks of both driver and passenger individually where the roof is down. Automatic hard top convertible with heated full glass rear window. 18 inch ultra low profile alloy wheels with extra wide rears. Available in manual with 3.5, 5.0, 5.5 or 6.3 Litre premium fuel engines, the SLK Mark 2 AMG (R172) out shone the mark 1 and mark 3 to become a true classic. The naturally aspirated V6 or V8 (depending on options) give a deep throaty sounds and perfectly balanced power with the engine sitting behind the front wheels and the driver and passenger sitting on the rear wheels. With minimal ground clearance and a long, low angled hood, the SLK AMG is the convertible cousin of the monstrous $500k SLR.


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