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The SL has managed to maintain remarkable comfort, for a model that claims to be sporty.


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With an average of 18 l/100 km during our test, consumption is excessive.


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Thanks to the many dynamic systems of the chassis, this heavy roadster manages to display an interesting agility.


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The SL is not to be enjoyed as a radical sports car, but rather at 90% of its capacity, where you can keep a fast pace without fatigue.


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As usual with Mercedes, the lighting is on par with the performance, to keep a high pace even at night.


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The grille with vertical bars, called “Panamericana”, recalls the 300 SL which won the Carrera Panamericana in 1952.


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The choice of rims is quite wide. These, 21 inches in the typical German style, are of the most beautiful effect.


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The shield features vents whose design is reminiscent of that of other AMG models.


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These false plastic gills, with a frankly fake appearance, have nothing to do with a roadster of this standing.


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The retractable door handles are carried over from the S-Class.


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The retractable door handles are carried over from the S-Class.


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These square tailpipes are specific to versions powered by a V8.


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The design is in tune with the latest Mercedes. The finish is neat, despite an excess of lacquered plastics.


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The ergonomics are rather well thought out, thanks to the “zero layer” display of the central screen: all the menus are immediately accessible, depending on where you click on the large slab.


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The dashboard emphasizes technology more than elegance. An assumed choice of Mercedes, which thus distinguishes itself from English rivals.


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The instrument cluster is customizable according to many displays… Too bad it’s not in 3D like that of the S-Class.


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The instrument cluster is customizable according to many displays… Too bad it’s not in 3D like that of the S-Class.


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The instrument cluster is customizable according to many displays… Too bad it’s not in 3D like that of the S-Class.


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The touch zones on the steering wheel are too quickly covered with fingerprints.


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The paddles on the steering wheel are quite responsive. But even when the manual mode is activated, the box sometimes shifts up a gear on its own. Horrifying!


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This small round selector allows you to adjust many driving parameters. They are very practical to use.


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The various driving modes can be configured via a menu on the central screen.


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It is possible to operate the soft top via the central screen. But the starting time imposed by this means that it is necessary to wait several tens of seconds before being able to activate the maneuver. We haven’t invented anything better than a good old button, like the one located at the base of the screen and which requires a long press to open the top.


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Round air vents that incorporate ambient lighting have become a Mercedes constant.


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The grilles of the Burmester audio system adorn the door panels nicely.


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These real carbon inserts are optional.


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The seats offer an ideal combination of comfort and support.


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Very linear, the AMG V8 never seems to force.


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“One-man, one-engine”. This is the philosophy of AMG, which entrusts the assembly of each engine to a single worker, who puts his signature on the cylinder head cover.


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This new generation of SL aims for more sportiness.


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