2015 Mercedes-Benz SL400: $23,000 Cheaper for Just Two Less Cylinders
For the new model year, the 2015 Mercedes-Benz SL400 will come at a considerably lower price, starting at $84,000 before the $925 destination charge. That’s nearly $23,000 less than the SL 550—about a 22 percent decrease.
It’s still quite an expensive car, and the kind of people who buy SL-Class models are usually not wanting for money, but it can still make the difference between buying yourself a Mercedes and buying yourself a Mercedes and a new car for your kid.
The price isn’t the only thing that’s going down, however. The SL400 is powered by a twin-turbo V6 rather than a V8, though it produces enough power as to make the differences relatively unnoticeable. The price drop also doesn’t mean less luxury: the Air Scarf, Distronic adaptive cruise control, and the Magic Sky Control roof are all available as optional packages.
If you don’t mind losing two cylinders and about 100 horsepower for a folding hardtop convertible, you can now save about $23,000 on a Mercedes-Benz. That’s the kind of deal we can get behind. Learn more about the SL400 at Mercedes-Benz of Easton!
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